ICF International has hired Charles M. Akin, Jr., as its new enterprise/systems architect. Akin has nearly two decades of experience in health informatics and public health, federal enterprise architecture, and information technology.
Prior to joining ICF International, he held multiple technical and business roles for a large IT integrator. He was also the sole proprietor of an IT company serving both national firms and local clients in Atlanta.
“Chuck’s experience will contribute to ICF’s growing information technology capabilities in Atlanta, where he will work with our staff of more than 250 professionals supporting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,” said David Cotton, senior vice president for ICF International.
Cotton added Akin a level of understanding and architectural vision that will strengthen ICF’s robust suite of health informatics capabilities. Akin has received multiple awards from the CDC and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for his service.