ICF Awarded 3-Year NIH IT Mgmt Services Task Order; Terry McKittrick Comments

ITphotoICF has secured a potential three-year, $14 million recompete task order for information technology support to National Institutes of Health‘s office of the chief information officer.

ICF said Monday it will provide IT management, strategic advisory, planning and research services intended to help the NIH OCIO address technology requirements across the agency.

The company will also conduct market research, studies and assessments in order to recommend IT service improvement strategies as well as support strategic planning, programs, communication, outreach and conference facilitation activities at NIH’s 27 institutes and centers.

Terry McKittrick, an ICF senior vice president, said it will continue to work with the OCIO to help manage, plan, deliver and secure IT resources that support the NIH mission along with other administrative requirements.

The order has one six-month base and five six-month options and was awarded through the NIH’s Chief Information Officer–Solutions and Partners 3 contract vehicle.

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