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U.S. Army awards ICF International $60 million contract

On Thursday, ICF International was awarded a $60 million indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contract from the U.S. Army.

The contract calls for ICF to provide its military researchers to the Army Research Institute, who will conduct research on manpower, personnel, and leadership.

Senior VP James Harris said  “ICF is pleased to be a prime contractor to ARI on this important research and analysis contract.”

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