The National Institutes of Health’s National Cancer Institute has selected ICF as one of three awardees for a new multiple-award indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract to provide biomedical technical and data management support services.
The contract has a ceiling value of $150 million and a term of 5 years.
“As the nation’s leader in cancer research, it’s important for NCI to maintain an optimized research infrastructure with robust biomedical computing platforms, complex modeling and data management systems,” said Mark Lee, ICF executive vice president and public sector lead.
ICF will bring expertise in bioinformatics, health research and health IT to provide a variety of services to support NCI studies and research projects.
“We’re excited to expand our partnership with NCI to bring new innovations to help the agency enhance its research ecosystem and provide easier access to data for cancer prevention, diagnoses and treatment,” Lee said.
ICF will provide services in communications and web support, data management, cloud-native biomedical computing, analytics and engineering, biomedical computing platform and tool development, bioinformatics, statistical modeling and analysis, and technical, administrative and project management support.