ICF Named “˜Fast Moving' Brand in Government Sector; Mark Lee Quoted

ICF Named “˜Fast Moving' Brand in Government Sector; Mark Lee Quoted - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Mark Lee

ICF has received the “Fast Moving“ brand recognition from the Government Business Council for its double-digit growth in favorability in the 2019 Leading Brands in Government study.

“Our continued focus on innovation has played a key role in offering a diversified set of capabilities that help federal, state and local agencies meet ever-changing public needs,“ Mark Lee, a senior vice president and public sector lead at ICF, said in a statement published Tuesday.

“From IT modernization, digital transformation, customer engagement, cyber, enterprise resilience, disaster management and more, we're truly honored to be named a fast mover once again,“ Lee added.

The Government Business Council surveyed approximately 3,500 federal, defense, civilian, local and state agency leaders to assess companies based on their brand favorability, familiarity, customer service, innovation, employee care, customized products and trustworthiness.

ICF was described by respondents as experienced, trustworthy and innovative in the fifth Leading Brands in Government study. The consulting and digital services company last received the fast moving brand distinction in 2017.

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