ICF International awarded $60 Million Task Award – NIH NIEHS National Toxicology Program

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ICF International Awarded $60 Million Task Order by National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences – June 20, 2016, ICF International Press Release

The task order has a value up to $60 million and a term of 10 ½ years, including one base year, nine one-year options and one six-month option.

ICF will provide scientific and technical expertise to help NIEHS manage scientific information and develop literature-based evaluations related to environmental substances and other sources of public health concern. This includes conducting literature-based assessments; reviewing published research to assess the effects of exposure to chemicals and other environmental factors on human health; supporting the extraction, management and visualization of scientific data; and preparing documents, reports and studies for publication…

G2X TAKE: It may not bode well for the GSA OASIS contract in the long run if they can only summon one bid for a $60M task to support the NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), but we doubt ICF is complaining too much as this only further strengthens their growing past performance and public health subject matter expertise. Raleigh, NC headquartered NIEHS is not one of the more well-funded institutes, but they do have a handful of large IT contracts that ICF should clearly now be on the short list of competitors/partners to consider when these come up.


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