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ICF International Granted 26 Million Euro Framework Contract

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ICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI) revealed that it was recently granted a new framework service contract with the European Commission's (EC) Executive Agency for Small, as well as, Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME). The contact is worth about 26 million Euros and was granted to Brussels-based ICF Mostra. It has a maximum term of four years. That included a two year-based period and one year as option period.

ICF International said its Mostra would help EASME and the Directorates General (DG) for Climate Action, for Agriculture and Rural Development, for Mobility and Transport, for Energy and for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs develop and implement communication strategies and activities designed to keep pace with new developments and trends in online and offline communications.

The company's MD for Mostra, Tobias Schafter, said, "ICF Mostra's approach to communications is to view each activity as its own unique opportunity for engagement. In orchestrating each campaign, ICF Mostra combines deep experience in communication strategy development with innovative services and technological advancements to deliver maximum impact in the near-term while supporting wider communication needs based on each client's specific purpose and objective."

ICF said that its Mostra was a full-service, integrated communications agency with a 25-year history supporting the communications needs of the EC and specifically EASME and its parent Directorates-General.

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