The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has awarded global consulting and digital services provider ICF a trio of recompete contracts.
With a combined value of $35 million, the contracts call on ICF to provide digital transformation, health surveillance, data management, technical assistance and communications services to its programs. The agreements include:
· A $15 million task order with the Division of HIV Prevention’s Data Coordinating Center to centralize and modernize two of its largest HIV behavioral clinical surveillance systems. ICF will provide data collection, data management, technical assistance and system development and maintenance services. The contract has a term of 5 years, including a 1-year base and four one-year options.
· An $11 million task order with the Division of Cancer Prevention and Control’s National Program of Cancer Registries to support the Cancer Surveillance System and NPCR’s program planning and evaluation activities. It has a term of 5 years, including a 1-year base and four 1-year options.
· A $9 million task order with the Office on Smoking and Health to provide communications, marketing and partnership engagement services, as well as research and technical assistance support on issues related to tobacco control. It has a term of 4 years, including a 1-year base and three 1-year options.
“ICF has partnered with CDC programs for over 30 years, and we have the right people and the right skills in place to meet their complex needs—from public health research to data analytics and IT modernization to communications and citizen engagement,” said Mark Lee, ICF executive vice president and public sector lead.