The U.S. Department of Homeland Security contracts ICF Inc. to aid in National Infrastructure Protection Plan

FAIRFAX, Va., 23 March 2007. ICF International executives have revealed that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of Infrastructure Protection, has awarded its subsidiary ICF Incorporated L.L.C., the National Infrastructure Protection Plan, Program Management Office (NIPP PMO) contract valued at $22.1 million over five years and funded at $4.1 million for the first year.

FAIRFAX, Va., 23 March 2007. ICF International executives have revealed that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of Infrastructure Protection, has awarded its subsidiary ICF Incorporated L.L.C., the National Infrastructure Protection Plan, Program Management Office (NIPP PMO) contract valued at $22.1 million over five years and funded at $4.1 million for the first year.

Under the contract, ICF will provide management, analytical, and technical consulting to help ensure that federal resources are applied where they offer the most benefit for mitigating risk by lowering vulnerabilities, deterring threats, and minimizing the consequences of terrorist attacks and other incidents across the nation's 17 critical infrastructure and key resources sectors.

The NIPP provides the structure for the integration of critical infrastructure and key resources protection into a single national program and provides an overall framework for programs and activities that are currently underway in the various sectors, as well as new and developing protection efforts.

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