ICF International has won two contracts worth $36 million combined from the departments of Housing and Urban Development and Health and Human Services to provide database management support and continue work on a study.
One potential four-year, $31.2 million recompete contract calls on ICF to continue its provide data collection, training and data analysis for the HUD Policy Development and Research Division’s Improper Payment for Quality Control for Rental Subsidy Determination Study, ICF said Tuesday.
“We look forward to continuing to work with HUD to identify housing assistance discrepancies that will inform the direction of future policies and programs,” said John Boyle, a senior vice president at ICF.
A second five-year, $5 million contract covers redesign support for the HHS Administration for Community Living’s Aging Integrated Database.
AGID is a public online database that stores data about the U.S. aging population.
“We are excited to continue working with our client to optimize its data management and enhance the overall AGID user experience,” said Jon Moriarty, a vice president at ICF.