ICF Awards CDC Digital Media Support Subcontract to Pearl; Jon Moriarty Comments

mobile-device-managementICF International has subcontracted Pearl Interactive Network to help provide digital media platforms and services for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention under a potential five-year, $250 million contract ICF holds with CDC.

Pearl said Tuesday it will offer staffing support to ICF to help the latter carry out digital channel management work for CDC’s office of the associate director for communication under the flexible order award.

The contract covers content management, technical support, strategy, 508 conformance, software development and design, security, and project management work for CDC’s websites and other digital platforms.

“Pearl has been a trusted partner of ours for years… Their support for our nation’s challenged workforce brings a new dynamic to our relationship with CDC,” said Jon Moriarty, vice president of ICF’s marketing and interactive technology division.

Pearl works to provide sourcing, project management, 508 document conversion and workforce services for government clients and insurance firms.

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