ICF Wins $161M Task Order to Support National Cancer Institute Digital Modernization; Mark Lee Quoted

ICF (Nasdaq: ICFI) will provide technology and software-based services to the National Cancer Institute under a potential five-year, $161 million task order.

Under the terms of the award, ICF’s Digital Services Center will help the NCI Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology develop a strategy to advance enterprise-wide modernization efforts, the company said Wednesday.

Mark Lee, executive vice president and chief technology executive at ICF, said the DSC will work to unify numerous disparate systems to provide the cancer research community with centralized access to data science, IT and data-sharing tools.

The task order, which consists of one six-month base period and nine six-month options, is the company’s first award under CBIIT’s blanket purchase agreement.

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