ICF International will help the National Institutes of Health analyze and collect data for biomedical, health and disaster information management.
The company said Thursday it won a three-year, $45 million task order through NIH’s Chief Information Officer – Solutions and Partners 3 vehicle.
GovCon Exec magazine, published by this website’s parent company Executive Mosaic, selected Whitley as one of the top health information technology executives to watch in its current Fall issue (click here to see the Top 20 to Watch).
ICF’s subject matter expertise and information technology aims to help clients perform scientific research and distribute health information to the public, said Matthew Perry, an SVP and program director.
The company will work with several of NIH’s institutes including the National Library of Medicine, National Cancer Institute, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, as well as other NIH partner agencies within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
ICF will also work on programs related to HIV/AIDS, genetics, cancer, rare diseases, dietary supplements, clinical trials and other federal health initiatives.