ICF (NASDAQ:ICFI), a global consulting and digital services provider, was recently awarded a new subcontract to support the U.S. Air Force, Air Mobility Command (AMC), Enterprise Learning Office (ELO). The contract, which was awarded in the third quarter, has a value of over $10 million and a term of four years including one 12-month base and three one-year options.
“ICF continues to serve as a strategic partner in AMC’s journey to transform the mobility enterprise into a digital age learning organization – one that produces competent, agile, innovative Mobility Airmen and impacts force readiness,” said Kris Tremaine, senior vice president for ICF. “We are proud of our role in helping AMC develop and implement new concepts for learning and innovation throughout the command.”
ICF has provided a wide range of strategic advisory and technical services to the ELO since its inception in 2013. The firm will continue to foster AMC’s digital age, learner-centric model that brings together modern training, education and experiences in new and innovative ways to improve individual, team and organizational performance. Key support services include learning transformation strategy and program design, digital/mobile strategy and implementation, learning analytics, innovative curriculum development, interactive learning experiences and learning infrastructure/technology.
ICF helps clients with complex workforce and organizational challenges via organizational learning and performance solutions. The firm leverages its own interdisciplinary talent to include industrial and organizational psychologists, instructional technology and gaming experts, instructional systems designers, computational scientists and human resources specialists all of whom have experience spanning the research to practice continuum to improve organizational and individual outcomes. ICF’s goal is to help maximize the value of its clients’ most important asset: their people.
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