This order, awarded through CDC’s Information Management Services contract, is potentially worth $9.2 million over one base year and two option years.
The company will continue its 20-year working relationship with CDC by working with the agency’s office of surveillance, epidemiology and laboratory services, said Chris Bishop, a senior vice president.
ICF will also work with the agency’s public health surveillance and informatics program office and division of informatics solutions and operations on public health and clinical laboratories initiatives.
Goals of the project include:
- adapting to change in the political, financial, and information technology environments where CDC operates
- coordinating with other initiatives in laboratory integration and health informatics
- supporting work in unanticipated new public health events
- making data available
In March, the company won a recompete contract from CDC to help the agency carry out a youth health study.