ICF to Collect, Analyze Cancer Data for CDC; Don McMaster Comments

ICF logo_EbizICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI) has won two recompete contracts worth $10.2 million combined from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention to help manage data for two CDC components.

The company will work to build up CDC’s data collection in order to help states follow-up on progression, recurrence and vital statuses in patients with cancer and other diseases, ICF said Thursday.

“ICF is very proud to have supported the CDC’s NPCR for over 12 years, ” said Don McMaster, vice president at ICF International.

“We look forward to continued support of the CDC and NPCR, ” McMaster added.

Under potential four-year, $8 million contract, ICF will work with CDC Cancer Surveillance Branch’s to collect, analyze and distribute data for the National Program of Cancer Registries.

A second 18-month, $2.2 million contract covers data infrastructure support for the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.

CDC awarded the contracts to ICF during the third quarter of the company’s 2013 fiscal year.

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