ICF Wins $125M in HHS Recompete Contracts to Update Children’s Bureau IT Systems; Mark Lee Quoted

ICF Wins $125M in HHS Recompete Contracts to Update Children’s Bureau IT Systems; Mark Lee Quoted
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ICF (Nasdaq: ICFI) has won a pair of five-year contracts worth $125M combined to help the Department of Health and Human Services update and manage information technology systems that support Children's Bureau programs.

The first award, valued at $94M, calls for the company to continue managing the bureau's Child Welfare Information Gateway and relocate legacy IT infrastructure of the clearinghouse to a secure cloud environment, ICF said Wednesday.

CB uses the gateway to share research, guidelines, data and best practices with child protection professionals.

The company added it will extend management support for a couple of reporting platforms, migrate one of them to the firm's cloud-based National Child Welfare Data Management System and assist state and tribal agencies with IT modernization projects under the second contract valued at $31M.

“We are excited to continue this dynamic partnership and help the agency build a more secure, modernized technology infrastructure designed to serve the needs of a 21st-century child welfare system,” said Mark Lee, senior vice president and public sector lead at ICF.

Both recompete contracts have one base year plus four option years and allot $35M for system upgrade work.

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