ICF Lands Three Contracts Supporting CDC Public Health Programs
ICF, a global consultancy organization, has been awarded $35 million in recompete contracts to support the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s public health programs.
The contracts cover digital transformation, health surveillance, data management, technical assistance and communications services, ICF said Thursday.
Mark Lee, executive vice president and public sector lead at ICF, said the company has worked with the CDC for over 30 years and will continue supporting its public health missions.
ICF received a $15 million task order to modernize two HIV behavioral clinical surveillance systems in support of the Division of HIV Prevention‘s Data Coordinating Center.
Work items under the potential five-year contract include data collection, data management, technical assistance and system development and maintenance services.
The Division of Cancer Prevention and Control’s National Program of Cancer Registries awarded a potential five-year $11 million contract for ICF to support the Cancer Surveillance System. ICF said it will also support NPCR’s program planning and evaluation activities.
ICF will also provide communications, marketing and engagement services to the Office of Smoking and Health under the terms of a $9 million task order.
The potential four-year contract calls for research and technical support on issues related to tobacco control, including the development and implementation and campaigns and the release of surgeon general reports.
Category: Digital Modernization
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