U.S. company ICF was awarded the re-compete contract to provide support services to the DCMA's Information Technology Customer Service Organization and the eTools program.
Under the three-year, $9.3 million deal, ICF will provide project management and technology services to the DCMA, which works with defense contractors to ensure deliveries of supplies and services to the Defense Department.
"ICF has a longstanding history with DCMA and we are excited to have the opportunity to continue to serve them for three more years," Ellen Glover, ICF executive vice president for Technology and Management Solutions, said in a statement.
"Our knowledge of DCMA processes translates into better integration of technology solutions and better results for the agency's customers."
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