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DHS Hires ICF for Plant Security

1:18 PM MDT | October 15, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

The Department of Homeland Security has hired consulting firm ICF International (Fairfax, VA) as a contractor to help implement DHS’ chemical facility security rules. ICF says the contract is valued at up to $15 million. The contract will give ICF $2.8 million for the first year, with the option to expand it at roughly the same amount for four additional years. ICF says it will provide DHS with services including “program/project management, communications management, acquisition management, administration, business and enterprise planning, and...

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