ICF International has secured two potential five-year blanket purchase agreements worth $70 million combined to provide web development, communications and cancer content development support services for the National Cancer Institute.
The first BPA with NCI’s office of communications and public liaison has a ceiling value of $50 million and the other agreement with the agency’s division of cancer control and population sciences has a total value of $20 million, the company said Monday.
Each of the recompete BPAs has a base term of one year and four option years.
Matthew Perry, a senior vice president at ICF, said the awards seek to reflect the company’s capability to offer subject matter expertise, communications services and technology platforms in support of NCI, National Institutes of Health and the Department of Health and Human Services.
ICF currently supports several NCI initiatives such as the Physician Data Query program and the Health Information National Trends survey.
The company booked the two BPAs during the third quarter of fiscal 2017.