ICF International (NASDAQ:ICFI), a leading provider of consulting services and technology solutions to government and commercial clients, was recently awarded a new multiple-award flexible ordering agreement (FOA) by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide digital media solutions and support services to the agency and its partners. The contract has a value of up to $250 million and a term of five years.
The FOA was awarded under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, Chief Information Officer–Solutions and Partners 3 contract (CIO-SP3), a broad-based government-wide contract that can be used by any federal civilian or defense agency to fulfill a wide range of mission-critical information technology requirements.
Under the agreement, ICF will provide comprehensive support for CDC’s digital tools, presence and systems including all websites on CDC.gov as well as its social media and digital communications, public relations and cloud services. This includes designing, building and managing content, making interactive all digital communications channels and adapting CDCs current infrastructure toward a more mobile communications environment.
To this work, ICF brings an impressive combination of award-winning health communications, including decades of work with CDC, and digital system design and management expertise based on solid experience building high volume, multi-channel content delivery systems for federal and commercial clients.
“For years, ICF has been helping federal clients embrace the digital age to effectively connect with their citizens and public health partners around important topics,” said Kris Tremaine, senior vice president for ICF International. “We have helped many of these clients communicate sensitive subject matter to diverse audiences, including vulnerable and disadvantaged populations, so we understand the importance of reaching the right audience with the right message through the right channel.”
“With ICF, CDC has access to the full spectrum of communications and IT services needed to bring its amazing content and underlying science into the digital age to meet ever-increasing demands for information from the public,” said Jon Moriarty, vice president for ICF International.
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