ICF has won a five-year, $48M recompete contract to help the Environmental Protection Agency assess potential risks to human health.
The company will provide technical support services to EPA under the contract announced in a FedBizOpps notice posted Thursday.
Work includes risk assessments on various environmental stressors and development of models, guidance documents and methods to conduct the evaluation.
ICF will help the agency prepare, examine or update content of chemical hazard review documents that support efforts to develop consensus positions in the agency's Integrated Risk Information System.
The company will aim to determine the potential effects of exposure from pollution and contaminant sources, as well as identify health status indicators in people exposed to environmental contaminants.