ICF has received a number of three-year awards to continue helping the Department of Housing and Urban Development address technical needs across housing organizations, nonprofits, tribes and state and local governments.
The company said Tuesday it will support services across training, technical assistance and capacity building areas to help these communities make decisions on disaster recovery, homelessness, housing affordability and other shelter-related issues.
The awards also provide for work in support of Building HOME, an online course that delivers training on efforts to address homelessness.
Other services under the agreements include expertise and coordination support for the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery conference and grant recipients.
“For over 30 years, ICF has collaborated with HUD to help its grantees, partners and stakeholders navigate complex housing and community development challenges,” said Andy Zehe, senior vice president at ICF.
These awards extend the ICF’s multimillion dollar cooperative agreements with the HUD from May last year.