ICF Wins $68M Task Order from SEC

Mark Lee, ICF

Mark Lee, ICF

Global consulting services company ICF has been awarded a task order from the Securities and Exchange Commission, with a potential value of $68 million over 10 years to deliver enterprisewide database administration services.

The order calls on ICF to supply data services, data administration and database management support for the agency’s environments, and to manage migrations between these environments.

“We are honored to support the SEC and to help them meet their mission-critical, enterprise-wide needs,” said Mark Lee, senior vice president of ICF. “We are excited to bring an innovative approach to delivering improved customer satisfaction, enhanced transparency and predictability through automation, expertise and best practices.”

The single-award task order has a term of one base year and nine option years. It is part of the SEC’s “OneIT” IDIQ sourcing vehicle, which aims to streamline the process of procuring IT services and solutions across the agency.

In January, ICF acquired ITG, a provider of cloud-based platform services to the U.S. federal government. ICF supports nearly every federal agency and a growing set of state and local clients. The company provides a wide variety of services to the public sector, including strategic consulting, analytics, human capital management, enterprise cybersecurity, disaster management, resilience planning and more.

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