ICF to Implement Radiological Emergency Preparedness for U.S. Nuclear Power Plants

ICF International (NYSE: ICFI) has won a re-compete contract from the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency  to implement the radiological emergency preparedness program.

The company will support the U.S. Department of Homeland Security agency with a full range of professional and program management services, including depth assessments of U.S. nuclear power plant preparedness.

ICF will also advise the agency on revisions and updates to current policy and regulatory documents necessary to fully integrate REP into the national preparedness system.

The REP program addresses the need for communities surrounding U.S. power plants to be prepared to deal with potential radiological emergencies.

ICF is the only firm FEMA has chosen to support REP since the contract was first opened to the private sector in 2000.

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