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  • Public company on NASDAQ with symbol “ICFI”
  • Forty years of experience – founded in 1969
  • End-to-end management, technology, and policyservices – advise, implement, improve
  • Diverse client base – 78% U.S. federal, state, and local agencies; 17% U.S. commercial; and 5% international
  • 2008 revenue of $697million
  • 91% of 2008 revenue from prime contractor positions
  • More than 3,500 employees
  • Global presence with more than 50 offices, headquartered in the Washington, D.C. area
mission and purpose
Mission and Purpose
  • Mission – We partner with our clients to conceive, implement, and enhance solutions and services that protect and improve the quality of life
  • Why Do Clients Choose ICF?
    • We have a passionate commitment to our work and to helping our customers achieve compelling results;
    • We combine deep program and industry knowledge with world-class technical expertise; and
    • We have the capability to support our customers through the entire program life cycle, from analysis and design through implementation and evaluation.

Expertise in Large and Growing Markets

Revenue by MarketYear-to-Date through September 2009*

Energy, Environment, and Infrastructure

Health, Human Services, and Social Programs

  • Health Researchand Evaluation
  • Health Policy & Economics
  • Health Informatics
  • Housing and Education Program Implementation
  • Information Clearinghouses
  • Power Market Assessment
  • Climate Change and Sustainability
  • Energy Efficiency Program Management
  • Environmental Policyand Planning
  • Natural Resource Management
  • Transportation Planning

Homeland Security and Defense

  • Homeland Security Program Development
  • Emergency Management
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection
  • Logistics Program Support
  • Modeling and Simulation
advisory led approach throughout the project life cycle
Needs and Market Assessments

Policy Analysis


Concept Development


Change Management

Enterprise Architecture

Program Design

Advisory-Led Approach throughout the Project Life Cycle

Client Mission and Needs

Advise Implement Improve

  • IT Solutions
  • Project Management
  • Program Delivery
  • Technical Assistance
  • Outsourcing
  • Clearinghouses
  • Communications
  • Training and Exercises
  • Program Evaluation
  • Transformation
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Performance Management
  • Benchmarking
  • Customer Satisfaction
  • Business Process Reengineering
  • Return on Investment Analysis

Energy, Environment,and Infrastructure

Health, HumanServices, and Social Programs

Homeland Security and Defense

global presence
Global Presence

Albany, NY•Atlanta, GA• Baton Rouge, LA•Bethesda, MD•Burlington, VT•Bellevue, WACambridge, MA•Calverton, MD•Charleston, SC•Chicago, IL•Dallas, TX•Dayton, OH•Denver, COFairfax, VA•Gillette, WY•Houston, TX•Irvine, CA•Lexington, MA•Los Angeles, CA•Middletown, PAMorgantown, WV•New York, NY•North Kingstown, RI•Oakland, CA•Ogden, UT•Oklahoma City, OKOverland Park, KS• Portland, OR•Research Triangle Park, NC•Rockville, MD•Sacramento, CASalt Lake City, UT• San Diego, CA•San Francisco, CA•San Jose, CA•Seattle, WA•Washington, DC

International Headquarters

9300 Lee HighwayFairfax, Virginia 22031

Beijing• London• Moscow• New Delhi• Rio de Janeiro• Toronto

icf s client mix year to date through september 2009
ICF’s Client MixYear-to-Date through September 2009*

*Core business – without Road HomePro forma to include Macro International

highly qualified employees with diverse educational backgrounds
Highly Qualified Employees with Diverse Educational Backgrounds
  • Deep subject matter experts — 42% of consulting staff hold post-graduate degrees*
  • Multi-disciplinary capabilities
  • Relevant industry experience
  • More than 200 employees hold a U.S. federal government security clearance
  • Length of service of more than13 years among over 227senior staff**
  • YTD annualized turnover of 12.3% in core business in 2008*

*includes ICF Macro

**includes time prior to acquisition

what we look for
What We Look For
  • Associates with a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree and a GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Superior research and analytical abilities
  • Ability to think creatively and independently when faced with challenges
  • Ability to work in a team and independently
  • Solid time management and the ability to work on multiple tasks
  • Solid computer skills (Word and Excel) are required
  • Some positions require outstanding quantitative skills, experience with specific computer applications or packages (Access, JAVA, and/or Cold Fusion) or knowledge of a foreign language
what icf can offer you
What ICF Can Offer You
  • Ground-breaking, socially responsible projects
  • Leading content experts as colleagues and mentors
  • Opportunity within a successful company in growth mode
  • Competitive benefits and compensation program
  • Employee Publication Award Program
  • Growth and management opportunities
  • Business casual environment
  • Social events including happy hour, picnics, charity work, sports teams
  • On-site gym, on-site cafeteria, on-site massage
  • Diverse, motivated workforce
  • Award-winning Talent Development Program
  • Dynamic management team
  • Metro accessible locations

Please visit to apply


Introduction to ICF International’s Climate Change CapabilitiesPresented by John Venezia, Manager, Climate Change Mitigation & Sustainability

climate change services
Climate Change Services
  • Highlights
  • We have been advising governments and companies on climate change and sustainability for over 20 years
  • Provided climate policy advice to > 60 governments
  • Providing sustainability strategy advice to > 60 companies in the FT Global 500
  • Over 250 professionals with climate change and sustainability focus
  • Service Offerings
  • Carbon Strategy and Policy
    • Emission inventories and carbon footprints
    • GHG mitigation policy analysis
    • Carbon markets and credit projects
    • Carbon tools
  • Air Regulatory and Environmental Strategy and Analysis
  • Impacts, Vulnerability, and Adaptation
  • Public Private Partnerships
  • Renewable Electricity and Fuels
  • Green Business and Sustainability
carbon strategy policy emission inventories baselines and protocols
Carbon Strategy & Policy: Emission inventories, baselines, and protocols

ICF has supported all U.S. GHG Inventories

  • ICF’s ~20 year inventory experience with EPA has formed the basis for follow-on climate related services:
    • Guidance (protocols, international reporting, national system development)
    • International, regional, state, and entity
    • Emission reduction analyses
    • Voluntary program support
    • Sector-specific analyses
    • Sustainability services
    • Mandatory GHG reporting
carbon strategy policy ghg mitigation policy analysis
Carbon Strategy & Policy: GHG Mitigation Policy Analysis

For more than 20 years, ICF has performed mitigation analyses for public and private clients related to climate.

  • Example projects:
    • Government of Canada: Modeling and analytical support of Canada’s emissions regulatory framework.
    • Multi-sector Canadian Carbon Price Study: Analysis of impacts of proposed regulatory framework in Canada for a consortium of private sector clients
    • Province of Ontario: Modeling, analysis and strategic advice for climate change policy.
    • Illinois Task Force on Global Warming: Modeling and analytical support the multi-stakeholder process.
    • California Air Resources Board: Providing a customized version of Energy2020 model for GHG policy and program analysis
    • Western Governors Association Climate Initiative: Providing modeling and analytical support for WCI carbon trading and complementary policies
carbon strategy policy icf provides unmatched geographic coverage on climate change in the us
Carbon Strategy & Policy: ICF Provides Unmatched Geographic Coverage on Climate Change in the US …
and internationally

Warren, VT

Albany, NY

Philadelphia, PA

… and Internationally






San Francisco, CA

Washington, DC

Los Angeles, CA

New Delhi

Fairfax, VA

Rio de Janeiro

Locations where ICF has experience in climate change and energy/emissions markets

carbon strategy policy carbon markets credit projects
Carbon Strategy & Policy: Carbon Markets & Credit Projects

We are at the forefront of developing carbon market strategies and policy analyses for leading corporations, multilateral organizations, and governments throughout the world.

  • Key service offerings:
    • Carbon footprinting
    • Compliance analysis—how will regulation affect a company’s operations?
    • Energy efficiency—portfolio assessment
    • Voluntary strategy support—companies not likely to face compliance constraints
    • Value-at-stake—how will lines of business be affected by action on climate?
    • Carbon offset projects—project feasibility, project support, due diligence, market analysis
    • Assurance/verification services
carbon strategy policy carbon markets credit projects1
Carbon Strategy & Policy: Carbon Markets & Credit Projects
  • We have more experience in the field of carbon management than any other professional services firm.
  • More than 900 different organizations voted ICF the “best advisor on the EU ETS, North American, Kyoto project, and Voluntary markets” in a survey by Environmental Finance magazine
  • We have been recognized since 2006, the first year of the awards.
according to verdantix icf is the leading climate change consultancy
According to Verdantix, ICF is the leading Climate Change consultancy.

Carbon Strategy & Policy: Carbon Markets & Credit Projects

Survey of corporate

carbon consultancies,

July 2008


Carbon Strategy & Policy: Carbon Tools

We develop and implement models and decision support tools

  • CPM (Carbon Planning Model)
  • IPM+: Multi-sector GHG mitigation model
  • Renewable Energy Incentive Model (REIM)
  • Do Your Part!
  • InCaP (International Carbon Pricing tool)
air regulatory and policy support
Air Regulatory and Policy Support

ICF International has worked side-by-side with governments and industry to develop and evaluate major air emission regulations.

  • Federal, State and Regional Policy Analysis
    • EPA policy and regulatory support analysis for CAAA 1990, OTAG, SIP Call, 1997 NAAQS, CAIR, CAMR, Clear Skies, Carper, L-W, M-L
    • California Air resources Board Multi-sector GHG Policy Tool;
    • Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) CO2 Analysis;
  • Air Emissions Compliance Strategy and Expert Witness Testimony
  • Allowance Market Analysis
  • Renewable Market Analysis
    • Costs and impacts of New York renewable portfolio standard for Joint Utilities
    • REC forecasting support of EdP in successful bid for Horizon Wind
  • Technology Assessments
  • Compliance planning
climate change impacts adaptation expertise
Climate Change Impacts & Adaptation Expertise

We have more than 20 years of experience providing strategic advice for climate change impact, vulnerability, and adaptation projects.

  • Support to DOT’s study of impacts of sea level rise to transportation infrastructure in the mid-Atlantic
  • Support to AK sub-cabinet on climate change
  • Support to US Global Change Research Program’s Synthesis and Assessment Products
    • Critical Ecosystems (SAP 4.4)
    • Human Health and Welfare and Human Systems (SAP 4.6)
  • Analysis of relationship between Smart Growth measures and increasing resilience to climate change
  • Opportunities to incorporate adaptation in decision-making
leader in creating award winning clean energy programs
ICF plans and delivers EE programs in states and municipalities across the U.S.

We helped develop 20 programs that have since won ENERGY STAR awards

We have worked in more than half of the states, for state or local agencies or utilities

Leader in Creating Award-winning Clean Energy Programs
  • Clean Energy task orders support state and local governments in all regions
  • Successful EPA events—Change the World Campaign, Consumer Electronics workshop
renewable electricity and fuels
Renewable Electricity and Fuels

We provide policy, market and program support to public sector clients in renewable electricity and fuels

  • Clients/projects:
    • DOE/NREL – national market analysis for distributed wind, alternative fuels technical response service, databases
    • EPA Green Power Partnership – policy support
    • MTC – target grant funding for distributed wind
    • NYSERDA – facilitation/communication for RPS
    • Delaware – Sustainable Energy Utility
  • Services offered
    • Complex analytics for market analyses: GIS, financial analysis, scenario development, etc.
    • Information management for RE and RF (hotlines, databases)
    • Policy analysis and communications
green business and sustainability services
Green Business and Sustainability Services

Sustainability Services and Capabilities

  • Developing sustainability strategies aligned with key corporate drivers.
  • Helping companies assess their operations, products, and reputation value-at-stake under carbon constraints.
  • Providing risk management services to help prepare companies to participate in emissions trading market.
  • Designing projects to reduce environmental footprints.
  • Undertaking due diligence of carbon credit projects.
  • Advising low-carbon technology companies on business plans and market positioning.


Introduction to ICF International’s Energy Efficiency CapabilitiesPresented by Amber Stewart, Senior Associate, Energy Efficiency