ICF, (NASDAQ:ICFI), a consulting and technology services provider to government and commercial clients around the world, was recently awarded a re-compete task order by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO). The task order, which was issued under NIH’s Chief Information Officer – Solutions and Partners 3 contract (CIO-SP3), has a value of $14 million and a term of 36 months, including one six-month base and five six-month option periods.
ICF’s IT services are specifically tailored to help CIO organizations succeed in today’s dynamic IT environment. ICF’s IT experts bring a multidisciplinary approach to help clients achieve results in an array of interrelated areas that are essential to their overall success.
ICF will provide a broad range of IT management, strategic advisory and planning and research services to OCIO to help the office meet its mission of delivering the greatest technology value across NIH.
ICF will conduct market research, studies and assessments to recommend improvements to NIH IT services based on best practices, and provide strategic planning and overall program and project support to OCIO as well as NIH’s 27 institutes and centers, as needed. In addition, ICF will provide strategic communications, outreach, training and conference facilitation services to create awareness and acceptance of the office’s strategic and operational approaches to IT.
“Since 2007, ICF has delivered high-quality IT strategic and management and support services to OCIO while helping OCIO manage its administrative and other requirements,” said Terry McKittrick, senior vice president for ICF. “We are thrilled to continue to work with OCIO to ensure that its IT resources effectively support the NIH mission and are efficiently planned, delivered, managed and secured.”
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