ICF International has been awarded a re-compete contract by the U.S. Health and Human Services department to support the office of the assistant secretary for health‘s regional health administrators.
According to ICF, the contract has one base year and two options years and is valued at $5 million.
ICF will help HHS as well as the department’s regional officer in conducting outreach and education on sexually transmitted infection and HIV/AIDS throughout the department’s 10 regions.
Kris Tremaine, ICF senior vice president, said the company is proud to continue helping HHS and the U.S. government in reaching the goals of the national HIV/AIDS strategy released by the White House and that the company’s professional services help in bringing the federal government closer to the vision and goals of the strategy.
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The company will also collaborate with the department’s office of HIV/AIDS and infectious disease policy and community partners in reducing new infections, reducing STI and HIV-related disparities in racial and ethnic minorities as well as increasing access to care.