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Cadmus Wins $162M EPA Program Support Contract

Cadmus will continue to help the Environmental Protection Agency provide safe drinking water to the public under a five-year, $162 million recompete contract.

The environmental consulting firm said Tuesday it will assist EPA’s Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water in enforcing the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act to implement public water systems supervision and underground injection control programs.

“Over the course of our decades-long history supporting OGWDW, we have been able to make an impact on countless communities and cultivate unparalleled expertise in this domain,” said Ian Kline, president and CEO of Cadmus.

Waltham, Massachusetts-headquartered Cadmus employs more than 1,000 consultants focused on supporting government, commercial and nongovernmental organizations worldwide.

The company has supported the agency’s drinking water program for more than 20 years.

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