ICF has won a potential five-year, $26M task order from Commander, Navy Installations Command to develop enterprise applications for U.S. military child development and youth programs.
The company said Wednesday it will continue to help CNIC and service branches manage tools for processing data on child care providers, subsidies and inspections associated with CYP services under the Department of Defense's Military Community and Family Policy.
Mark Lee, senior vice president and public sector lead at ICF, said the company provides subject matter expertise and digital platforms in efforts to help customers address programmatic and technical challenges.
"Our child welfare experts and technology and systems developers work in tandem to support service branches across DoD in their mission of ensuring our military children and youth are safe and in good care," Lee added.
The company will also support family readiness programs under the recompete task order, which has one base year and four option years.