Global consulting and digital services provider ICF has secured two re-compete contracts valued up to $125 million by the Department of Health and Human Services’ Children’s Bureau.
The contracts call for ICF to operate and revamp the bureau’s child welfare clearinghouse and provide technical assistance to states and tribes in modernizing their child welfare IT systems.
The scope of work was expanded from the previous contracts to include $35 million in IT modernization work.
ICF has managed CB’s clearinghouses since 1990 and has evolved this resource into a responsive, innovative service supporting child welfare professionals, said Mark Lee, ICF senior vice president and public sector lead.
“We are excited to continue this dynamic partnership and help the agency build a more secure, modernized technology infrastructure designed to serve the needs of a 21st-century child welfare system,” he said.
Each contract has a term of five years, including a 1-year base and four 1-year option periods.