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ICF Wins Contract with Office of National Drug Control Policy Worth $6.9 Million

The Office of National Drug Control Policy has awarded ICF International a contract to provide assistance for a national evaluation of the Drug Free Communities Program. The contract is for five years and worth $6.9 million.

Maureen Murphy, SVP at ICF, said “We are pleased to be working with the Office of National Drug Control Policy on this national evaluation. The Drug Free Communities Program has involved hundreds of communities nationwide, and we are very pleased to be bringing our evaluation expertise to this important program.”

Under the contract, ICF will conduct an evaluation of the program by using quantitative and qualitative measurements and analysis. The Drug Free Communities Program is designed to help communities prevent drug use among youths by helping coordination and prevention efforts.

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