25 Apr '11, 7pm

ICF Wins Key Government Efficiency Contracts: It also won a contract to support global energy efficiency for the...

ICF International (Nadaq: ICFI) won a contract with the US EPA's Office of Air and Radiation to provide technical and analytical support for the ENERGY STAR® Program's Labeling and Residential Branch. The contract has a value of $36.5 million over five years. ICF will provide EPA with specification development, research and analysis, sales and marketing strategies, media marketing, software and electronic information development, program integrity support, program evaluation, administration, and management support. It also won a contract to support global energy efficiency for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) for its Energy Efficiency for Clean Development Program. The value of the contract is $10 million over five years. ICF will address energy performance improvement and greenhouse gas mitigation at USAID missions worldwide. The program leverages ICF...

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