ICF International’s Andrew Robinson Elected to Industry Advisory Council Executive Committee

Robinson to Serve as IAC Executive Chair



Fairfax, Virginia, June 23, 2009 -

Andrew Robinson, an ICF International (NASDAQ:ICFI) senior vice president and expert in information technology and program management, was recently elected to the Industry Advisory Council’s (IAC) Executive Committee as chair 2010-2011. Starting in July, he will serve as executive vice chair before transitioning into his role as chair in July 2010.

Robinson has been active in the IAC since 2003 and has served as the IAC executive committee’s vice chair at large since July 2007. He has also served in leadership roles for several IAC committees and programs including chair of the Professional Development Advisory Committee (PDAC), chair of IAC Programs, chair and vice chair of Management of Change Conference, and Small Business chair. Robinson is also an IAC Fellow.

“Andy has made many contributions to the critical work of IAC, which will serve as an excellent foundation for the important role of Chair,” said Ellen Glover, ICF executive vice president and IAC Chair 2005-2006. “ICF is pleased to continue our support of the IAC and its critical mission of bringing industry and government together to serve the nation’s information technology needs.”

The IAC is an organization of over 500 information technology companies committed to improving government through the application of IT. It works closely with senior government executives throughout government and provides advice on technologies, best practices, strategies and solutions for applying IT to government programs. The IAC was created by the American Council for Technology (ACT) as an objective and trusted forum for collaboration with the private sector IT industry. ACT-IAC is considered the premier organization in the government IT community for public-private collaboration.



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