The Fairfax, Virginia-based consulting and technology services company said Friday its Q2 federal government revenue was $225.2 million, representing 53 percent of total revenue.
Sales from U.S. state and local government customers reached $64.1 million during the quarter and accounted for 15 percent of total revenue.
“Similar to the first quarter, year-on-year growth was led by our government client category, in which revenue from federal and state and local government clients increased 24% and 10%, respectively,” said John Wasson, chair and CEO of ICF.
“This strong performance was underpinned by the continued growth of our work in IT modernization/digital transformation, public health and disaster management,” added Wasson, a two-time Wash100 Award winner.
Contract awards during the quarter were $346 million and trailing-12-month contract awards hit $1.96 billion, reflecting a book-to-bill ratio of 1.21.
Government contracts awarded in the second quarter reached more than $280 million.
The company said Q2 sales totaled $423.1 million, up 7.8 percent from the prior-year period, and its total backlog was $3.2 billion, of which $1.5 billion was funded.