ICF – Winner

Among its many achievements in the past year, the Office of General Counsel (OGC) at Fairfax-based ICF continued a major, multiyear legal entity rationalization effort. Through the initiative, begun in 2014, the OGC was able to eliminate, or rationalize, 34 legal entities, branch registrations and joint ventures. Those included eight U.S. and other international entities, branches and joint ventures in 2019 alone, with another three pending final approval.

ICF is a consulting and technology services company with U.S. and international public sector and commercial clients. Founded in 1969 to support investment in minority-owned businesses in the nation’s capital, the organization now has more than 7,000 full- and part-time employees.

The OGC is headed by James E. Daniel, executive vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary. His office includes both the Legal and Internal Audit departments. The former comprises 13 staff members, including six attorneys, including…

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