ICF has won an award with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration under a multiple-award recompete indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract to help reduce the impact of substance use and mental illness on America’s communities.
The 5-year contract has a ceiling value of $1.2 billion across all awardees.
“Through our long-standing work with SAMHSA, we understand firsthand the agency’s incredible impact on preventing suicide and substance abuse, promoting and treating mental illness and substance use disorders, and enhancing behavioral health equity,” said Mark Lee, ICF executive vice president for public sector.
Six domain areas were awarded under the contract: five for large contractors, one for small contractors. ICF is eligible to compete as a prime contractor in four of the five large contractor domains, which include evaluation, communications, statistical projects and training, and technical assistance. ICF also has subcontractor positions in policy and program support.
“We look forward to continuing to support SAMHSA in leading the federal effort to improve the lives of individuals living with mental and substance use disorders,” Lee said.
Under the contract, ICF will provide data analytics, aggregation and accessibility; innovative research and evaluation methods; communications and media relations; program delivery and support; digital modernization; and more to support SAMHSA’s behavioral health programs.