ICF Wins EPA Contract For Climate Change Initiatives
ICF International has won a contract with the EPA valued up to $37 million over five years. Under the contract, ICF will provide technical and outreach support services to the EPA for domestic and global climate change initiatives. This contract replaces two smaller ICF contracts. The capacity of this contract is nearly double the amount of the work done under the prior contracts.
“Interest in climate change has soared recently in the U.S., and we expect EPA’s policies and programs to expand and evolve rapidly over the next five years,” said Randall Freed, an ICF senior vice president and climate change expert. “With increased interest in controlling the emissions of greenhouse gases, ICF International is poised to help EPA tackle this global challenge by offering expertise in the deployment of clean technologies across all sources and sinks of these gases.”
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