ICF to Provide Crime Victim Training Services to Justice Department

ICF International (NYSE: ICFI) has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Justice Department‘s Training and Technical Assistance Center to support victims of crime.

The award is worth more than $32 million over one base year and four option years. Contract work will run concurrently with and expand upon previously awarded work with DOJ’s office of justice programs.

ICF will provide technical assistance to DOJ professionals to enable them to maintain essential services for victims and their families. The company will also work to strengthen program operations and sustainability.

“ICF is proud to continue its nine-year support of OVC’s mission to provide leadership in promoting justice and healing for all victims of crime, and to enhance the nation’s capacity to assist crime victims, ” said Patrick Coleman, senior vice president for ICF International. “Through OVC TTAC, ICF has played a critical role in building the knowledge, capacity, and collaboration of the victim services field.”

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