ICF International has won an estimated $23.5 million multiple-award contract to provide technical support to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s climate change initiatives.
ICF announced Monday it has been awarded the recomplete contract to perform technical and outreach support services for the Climate Change Division of the EPA.
The five-year contract encompasses work that ranges from analysis and development of climate change science, economics, technology and policy, to capacity building and development of greenhouse gas inventories, outreach, communications, education and logistical support.
EPA’s continuing efforts to reduce GHG emissions and strengthen the resilience of climate change-affected communities and ecosystems will carry on over the next five years, according to Randy Free, ICF International SVP.
Diana Pape, ICF International vice president, said ICF has supported EPA’s climate change work since 1992 including the development of the U.S. GHG inventory, which is submitted to the U.N. Framework on Climate Change annually.