ICF has received a set of contracts worth up to $44.5 million combined from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to carry out data and analytics support services for the agency.
The consulting and technology services provider said Wednesday the contracts include two multiple-award blanket purchase agreements with the division of healthcare statistics within CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics.
The BPAs have a combined ceiling value of $35 million over five years and cover services such as survey design and implementation; electronic data collection; administrative data and electronic health record processing; data storage and warehousing; and data integration.
A separate potential five-year, $9.5 million re-compete contract from CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention calls on the company to serve as a data coordinating center for the agency’s HIV Supplemental Surveillance System.
That contract also involves support, oversight and technical assistance to 43 CDC-funded grantees nationwide through the National HIV Behavioral Surveillance System and the Medical Monitoring Project.