ICF International receives contract with Census Bureau
- November 2, 2009
Fairfax-based ICF International and its subsidiary have received contracts to help the U.S. Census Bureau improve research methods and technologies.
The five-year contracts have a ceiling of $140 million.
ICF and ICF Macro International will help the U.S. Census Bureau improve survey methodologies, study cultural and language diversity, improve statistical methods and consider new technologies to collect data.
“ICF and ICF Macro have more than 30 years of experience in providing survey research services to federal agencies, including designing and conducting censuses and large sample surveys,” Chris Spera, an ICF vice president, said in a statement. “We are particularly excited to participate in the important work of the Census Bureau.”