FAIRFAX, Va., July 28 (UPI) -- The U.S. Homeland Security Department selected ICF Inc. to compete for task orders from the Office of Infrastructure Protection Program Support Services.
U.S. company ICF was selected for the indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract to compete among several companies to support a range of programs for the Office of Infrastructure Protection Program Support Services within the Homeland Security Department's National Protection and Programs Directorate.
The Office of Infrastructure Protection contract, worth $135 million to all the companies, is part of an effort to support the office's planning, policy analysis and incident management among other tasks leading a national effort to manage risks to critical infrastructure and resources.
"ICF brings extensive experience working with Office of Infrastructure Protection as well as comprehensive planning, exercise and training capabilities supported by program management expertise," Andrew Robinson, ICF senior vice president for Homeland Security and Civilian Programs, said in a statement.