Fairfax Tech Company Receives $15 Million Contract With E.P.A.
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FAIRFAX, Va. (CBSDC/AP) — Consulting and technology services provider ICF International has been awarded a $15 million contract with the Environmental Protection Agency.
The Fairfax-based company said Thursday the contract with the EPA will help with the evaluation of emissions and other pollutants produced by transportation. The contract awarded by the EPA’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality has a term of five years.
ICF says it will provide technical support for the evaluations and developments of technologies related to emissions control, fuels, as well as transportation-related environmental and public health impacts.
The contractor has supported these EPA efforts under previous contracts since 1989.
ICF International reported gross revenue of $841 million in 2011.
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