NIH Awards ICF International $27.5M IT Management Contract

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health has awarded ICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI) a $27.5 million task order contract to provide IT management and research support services. The contract has a term of one base year with four option years.

ICF will provide IT market research services,   IT executive program services and IT communications outreach to ensure NIH’s IT investments reflect the agency’s highest priorities.

“ICF is proud to support the strategic direction and management of the NIH CIO and in particular the IT programs, ” said Terry McKittrick, vice president for ICF International. “Our team of experienced professionals looks forward to continuing our support of the NIH and its efforts to improve IT services to the NIH community.”

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