ICF to Help Manage SEC Database Under $68M Task Order; Mark Lee Quoted

Jeff Brody
Mark Lee

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 9, 2020 — ICF‘s (Nasdaq: ICFI) Incentive Technology Group subsidiary will provide enterprise-wide database management support to the Securities and Exchange Commission under a task order worth potentially $68M over 10 years, ExecutiveBiz reported April 2.

ITG, a digital transformation services provider that ICF acquired earlier this year, will assist SEC in migrating data across different environments, the company said April 1.

The agency awarded the task order under the OneIT indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quality contract vehicle.

“We are honored to support the SEC and to help them meet their mission-critical, enterprise-wide needs,” said Mark Lee, a senior vice president of ICF.

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