ICF (NASDAQ:ICFI), a consulting and technology services provider to government and commercial clients around the world, was selected to compete for up to $5.7 billion in two new contracts under the General Services Administration’s Human Capital and Training Solutions (HCaTS). The 10-year government-wide contracts, awarded in the third quarter, allow federal agencies to access ICF’s extensive resources and expertise in customized training and development, human capital strategy and organizational performance improvement.
HCaTS is a multiple-award indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) vehicle administered by GSA in partnership with the Office of Personnnel Management. The two contracts have individual ceilings of $3.45 billion and $2.3 billion, respectively. Both include one five-year base plus one five-year option and one six-month option.
For more than 25 years, ICF has helped nearly every federal agency address its human capital challenges. ICF leverages innovative methods and industry best practices in areas such as dynamic learning, workforce analytics and cyber workforce development to provide clients with best-in-class training, organizational and individual performance and process improvement services.
“With HCaTS, our federal clients will continue to have access to the innovative workforce services they have come to expect from ICF,” said Christina Curnow, PhD and senior vice president for ICF. “We are thrilled to continue to play a leadership role in advancing the federal human capital and training strategy and in supporting the workforce development and digital workforce transformation goals of federal agencies.”
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