The Fairfax, Va.-based contracting and consulting firm will study risky behaviors, school health policies and practices and tobacco use under the 70-month contract.
Rocco Russo, a vice president, said that the company will study related factors that affect the health of the students and school health programs.
The company will help the CDC report risky behaviors among students in middle and high schools and determine community support required to address the behaviors.
The company will also help the agency measure progress of national health objectives for related programs and policies.
Earlier this month, the company won a $15 million contract to help the Environmental Protection Agency evaluate and assess the effects of greenhouse gases.