ICF International has been chosen by the Department of Homeland Security to maintain and improve the agency’s fusion centers for state and urban area networks, the company announced today.
ICF said the one-year base and four option years contract has a potential value of $18.1 million.
Under the contract, ICF International will provide DHS’ office of intelligence and analysis, state and local program office with policy analysis, planning, and program management.
John Paczkowski, vice president for emergency management at ICF said the company works with state and local public safety agencies often, and hopes to leverage that experience to more effectively combat the threat of terrorism as part of this contract.
The DHS’ fusion centers enable intelligence information sharing between federal agencies and state and local governments.