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ICF Wins $60 Million Contract from Army Research Institute

ICF Internationalhas won a three-year, multiple-award contract, worth about$60 million, by the Army Research Institute (ARI). Under this indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) agreement, ICF will conduct research and analyses, attitude and opinion surveys, provide manpower, personnel, organizational, and leader development studies in support of ARI.

Additionally, ICF will provide ARI with a team of nationally-recognized military researchers experienced in managing and providing solutions to complex manpower, personnel, leader development, and training challenges. The ICF team will include Army veterans who are familiar with the practical research applications and Army research protocols.

James Harris, ICF senior vice president, said of the award “ICF is pleased to be a prime contractor to ARI on this important research and analysis contract.  We look forward to working closely with the research team at ARI to provide sustainable solutions to complex issues.”

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