ICF (NASDAQ:ICFI), a leading provider of consulting services and technology solutions to government and commercial clients, was recently awarded a new contract by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community Living (ACL). The contract has a value of $5 million and a term of five years, including one base and four option years.
ICF will redesign ACL’s Aging Integrated Database (AGID), a searchable Web-based system that houses and provides public access to data the agency collects about the U.S. aging community. To this effort, ICF brings extensive program knowledge based on years of experience supporting ACL plus advanced capabilities in data analysis, extraction, modelling and visualization, as well as systems analysis and design and user experience.
"Since its inception, ICF has helped ACL inform states and concerned citizens through data about the aging population in the United States and demonstrate how federal dollars are being spent to help elderly citizens age in place," said Jon Moriarty, vice president for ICF International. "We are excited to continue working with our client to optimize its data management and enhance the overall AGID user experience."
ACL’s mission is to “maximize the independence, well-being, and health of older adults, people with disabilities across the lifespan, and their families and caregivers.”
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