ICF Wins EPA Contract for Risk Assessments

ICF has been awarded a significant contract by the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Office of Research and Development. This single-award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract is a recompete award with a ceiling value of $75 million and a term of seven years. Under this contract, ICF will conduct assessments of

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chemical hazards and other environmental stressors identified as national priorities. These assessments aim to determine their impact on human health, communities, and the environment. To achieve this, ICF will employ advanced technologies and data analysis tools, including LitStream, its proprietary machine learning software for systematic literature review.

ICF is a global consulting and technology services provider, known for delivering professional services and technology solutions in various domains, including health, environment, and social programs. CF has helped the EPA evaluate 2,200 chemicals for health and environmental risks since 2011, and ICF received $33 million in chemical risk assessment task orders in 2023. The company’s expertise in leveraging cutting-edge technologies for comprehensive risk assessments will play a crucial role in supporting the EPA's mission to protect human health and the environment through informed decision-making and policy development.

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