ICF to Help Update FCC Apps Under $70M BPA; Mark Lee Quoted

Mark Lee
Mark Lee

ICF (Nasdaq: ICFI) has won a potential five-year, $70M blanket purchase agreement to help the Federal Communications Commission update, integrate and manage information technology applications.

The company said Thursday it will support the agency’s platform architecture and system as well as provide development and program managment services as part of an initial $15M task order under the recompete BPA.

ITG, which ICF acquired in January, has helped FCC modernize enterprise IT assets over the past five years.

“We are excited to continue to partner with the agency on its modernization journey and are fully committed to helping the FCC meet its critical mission of overseeing spectrum and telecommunications issues across the U.S.,” said Mark Lee, a senior vice president and public sector lead at ICF.

The company will work to transform an agency portfolio of applications for business platforms such as tracking and licensing systems.

The BPA has 12 base months plus four 12-month options and includes customization, operational support and maintenance of cloud technology and software platforms.

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