ICF International has received two task orders from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention worth $21.9 million combined to maintain CDC’s HIV/AIDS surveillance system and analyze health-related data.
ICF will operate CDC’s reporting system designed to monitor the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the U.S. under a $6.9 million task order from the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention, ICF said Wednesday.
Under a re-compete task order with the Center for Surveillance, Epidemiology and Laboratory Services, the company will supply information technology and systems for the collection and analysis of health data in order to help identify threats.
The first agreement contains a five-year base period, one 10-month base and eight six-month options, and the second deal includes a term of three-and-a-half years, one six-month base and three one-year options.
Randy Rutledge, vice president for ICF International, said the company intends for the contracts to help CDC “expand the [Laboratory Response Network’s] data exchange and informatics capabilities to prepare for future emerging threats.”