ICF International Awarded IDIQ Contract Valued Up To $23.3 Million

Firm Brings Expertise in Clean Energy, Climate Change Policy, and Voluntary Program Implementation to Support of Agency



Fairfax, Virginia, December 13, 2007 -

ICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI) announced it won a recompete multiple award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to support its Energy Supply and Industry Branch (ESIB), Office of Air and Radiation. The contract, awarded to an ICF subsidiary, is valued up to $23.3 million over a potential five-year period.

Under the contract, ICF supports the ESIB in the design and delivery of clean energy programs, including the Green Power and Combined Heat and Power (CHP) partnerships. ICF provides technical, administrative, and recruitment support, as well as expertise on clean energy technologies, emissions reduction strategies, and energy market analyses. The Green Power Partnership is a voluntary program that reduces greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by increasing market demand for renewable energy products. The CHP Partnership is also a voluntary program that aims to reduce the environmental impact of electricity generation by fostering the development of CHP.

“EPA is increasing its cooperation with the public and private sectors to promote clean energy and voluntary leadership in climate change mitigation, and ICF is fully committed to this vision,” said Robert Kwartin, an ICF vice president and renewable energy and voluntary programs specialist. “We value EPA’s renewed vote of confidence in our expertise and are dedicated to helping the agency successfully pursue its mission to protect human health and the environment.”



About ICF International

ICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI) partners with government and commercial clients to deliver consulting services and technology solutions in the energy, climate change, environment, transportation, social programs, health, defense, and emergency management markets. The firm combines passion for its work with industry expertise and innovative analytics to produce compelling results throughout the entire program life cycle, from analysis and design through implementation and improvement. Since 1969, ICF has been serving government at all levels, major corporations, and multilateral institutions. More than 2,500 employees serve these clients worldwide. ICF’s Web site is

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