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ICF Wins $100M NIH Health Informatics BPA; Ellen Glover Comments

ICF logo_EbizICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI) has won a five-year, $100 million blanket purchase agreement to provide clinical information management services to multiple National Institutes of Health facilities and partner organizations.

The company said Tuesday it will continue helping NIH institutes and centers collect, analyze and disseminate a range of biomedical, health and disaster data.

Work will also include support for federal medical programs for HIV/AIDS, cancer, and genetic and rare diseases.

“ICF has a long and successful history supporting U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and NIH programs through both strong subject matter expertise and the innovative use of information technology, ” said Ellen Glover, ICF International’s executive vice president.

The recompete contract covers health informatics work in several HHS organizations as well as at the National Library of Medicine, National Heart Lung and Blood Institute, National Cancer Institute and National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences.

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