ICF International has received two task orders with a combined value of $14.4 million from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide operations and modernization services in support of the Laboratory Response Network.
ICF said Wednesday it will extend data exchange and laboratory informatics services support to LRN as it works to address public health threats and emergencies such as chemical or biological threats and infectious diseases.
For the first task order, ICF will perform operations, maintenance and requirements management support for LRN, the company said.
The award is a re-compete task order worth $8.9 million.
The second agreement — a new task order worth $5.5 million — requires ICF to collaborate with the Center for Surveillance, Epidemiology and Laboratory Services to aid in LRN’s modernization efforts and carry out design, development, testing, implementation and deployment support.