ICF Will Compete for Up to $50 Million in Risk Management and Mitigation Services
ICF (NASDAQ:ICFI), a consulting and technology services provider to government and commercial clients around the world, was selected by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) as one of four awardees for its Climate Integration Support Facility (CISF) blanket purchase agreement (BPA).
“The CISF creates an important opportunity to address the stresses that changing environmental conditions can place on the economies of developing nations and the health and well-being of their people,” said Peter Schultz, vice president for ICF. “ICF is thrilled to bring its award-winning climate expertise to help protect overseas investments, create opportunities to increase resilience in developing countries and help partner countries cope with climate impacts.”
ICF combines in-depth understanding of USAID’s major sectors with wide-ranging international development and climate expertise to help the agency meet its program goals. ICF will help developing countries address rapidly evolving, climate-related challenges of the 21st century that affect the quality of life of their citizens.
The CISF has a ceiling of $50 million and a term of five years. It is broad in scope and can be accessed by USAID offices, bureaus and missions worldwide in three main areas: support for missions and bureaus; capacity building, communications and knowledge management; and learning and thought leadership. It can be used to support adaptation, clean energy and sustainable landscapes programming.
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