ICF Awarded Contract Extension by U.S. Department of State Valued at Up to $19.4 Million
Fairfax VA |
April 29, 2015
ICF (NASDAQ:ICFI), a leading provider of consulting services and technology solutions to government and commercial clients, was recently awarded a contract extension with the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs, Consular Systems and Technology Division (CA/CST). The contract extension adds up to an additional 12 months to the term and an additional value of up to $19.4 million.
ICF will continue to support CA/CST under the Enterprise Strategy and Management task order. Support services cover eight program areas, including IT governance and planning, enterprise architecture, process improvement, knowledge management, portfolio management, program control and reporting, budgeting and procurement oversight and program management training.
"For the past five years, ICF has helped CA/CST enhance its information technology framework by increasing efficiency and driving innovation," said Troy Barker, vice president for ICF International.
"CA/CST has been delivering high-quality, high throughput passport and visa systems and solutions for years," said Andy Robinson, senior vice president for ICF International. "We are honored that CA/CST has entrusted ICF to continue to help the department drive innovative solutions that serve as our first line of defense against threat actors around the world."
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