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These excerpts taken from the ICFI 10-K filed Mar 13, 2009.

Grow our client base and increase the scope of services provided to existing clients

We intend to grow our client base, while maintaining strong relationships with our current clients, by expanding our geographic presence domestically in the United States and internationally. Within the United States, we plan to increase our presence at key federal and state government client sites. Our strong record of past performance with government clients, highly skilled multi-disciplinary teams, and growing information technology implementation capabilities should facilitate this expansion. We also are increasing our presence in new locations through acquisitions to service commercial clients; for example, our 2007 acquisition of Simat, Helliesen & Eichner, Inc. (“SH&E”) provided us with locations in New York and Cambridge, Massachusetts, and augmented our presence in London, while our 2008 acquisition of Jones & Stokes Associates, Inc. (“Jones & Stokes”) expanded our presence in the western United States. We also intend to take advantage of the growing need for our climate change, energy, and environmental advisory services in Europe, Asia, and Latin America through our existing offices in these regions and our new office in Beijing, which we announced in January 2009. Expansion of our advisory services in these markets will help enhance our existing client relationships, reinforce our expertise in key markets that are global, broaden our client base, and set the stage for us to expand further into implementation and improvement services. In addition, we intend to invest in development and marketing initiatives to strengthen our brand recognition among potential clients. Finally, we intend to focus on additional opportunities in our existing client base by increasing the scope of our services, such as by identifying and offering clients new skill sets and implementation and improvement services that complement ongoing advisory services.

Grow our client base and increase the scope of services provided to existing clients

We intend to grow our client base, while maintaining strong relationships with our current clients, by expanding our geographic presence domestically in the United States and internationally. Within the United States, we plan to increase our presence at key federal and state government client sites. Our strong record of past performance with government clients, highly skilled multi-disciplinary teams, and growing information technology implementation capabilities should facilitate this expansion. We also are increasing our presence in new locations through acquisitions to service commercial clients; for example, our 2007 acquisition of Simat, Helliesen & Eichner, Inc. (“SH&E”) provided us with locations in New York and Cambridge, Massachusetts, and augmented our presence in London, while our 2008 acquisition of Jones & Stokes Associates, Inc. (“Jones & Stokes”) expanded our presence in the western United States. We also intend to take advantage of the growing need for our climate change, energy, and environmental advisory services in Europe, Asia, and Latin America through our existing offices in these regions and our new office in Beijing, which we announced in January 2009. Expansion of our advisory services in these markets will help enhance our existing client relationships, reinforce our expertise in key markets that are global, broaden our client base, and set the stage for us to expand further into implementation and improvement services. In addition, we intend to invest in development and marketing initiatives to strengthen our brand recognition among potential clients. Finally, we intend to focus on additional opportunities in our existing client base by increasing the scope of our services, such as by identifying and offering clients new skill sets and implementation and improvement services that complement ongoing advisory services.

Grow our client base and increase the scope of services provided to existing clients

We intend to grow our client base, while maintaining strong relationships with our current clients, by expanding our geographic presence domestically in the United States and internationally. Within the United States, we plan to increase our presence at key federal and state government client sites. Our strong record of past performance with government clients, highly skilled multi-disciplinary teams, and growing information technology implementation capabilities should facilitate this expansion. We also are increasing our presence in new locations through acquisitions to service commercial clients; for example, our 2007 acquisition of Simat, Helliesen & Eichner, Inc. (“SH&E”) provided us with locations in New York and Cambridge, Massachusetts, and augmented our presence in London, while our 2008 acquisition of Jones & Stokes Associates, Inc. (“Jones & Stokes”) expanded our presence in the western United States. We also intend to take advantage of the growing need for our climate change, energy, and environmental advisory services in Europe, Asia, and Latin America through our existing offices in these regions and our new office in Beijing, which we announced in January 2009. Expansion of our advisory services in these markets will help enhance our existing client relationships, reinforce our expertise in key markets that are global, broaden our client base, and set the stage for us to expand further into implementation and improvement services. In addition, we intend to invest in development and marketing initiatives to strengthen our brand recognition among potential clients. Finally, we intend to focus on additional opportunities in our existing client base by increasing the scope of our services, such as by identifying and offering clients new skill sets and implementation and improvement services that complement ongoing advisory services.

Grow our client base and increase the scope of services provided to existing clients

STYLE="margin-top:6px;margin-bottom:0px; text-indent:4%">We intend to grow our client base, while maintaining strong relationships with our current clients, by expanding our geographic presence domestically in
the United States and internationally. Within the United States, we plan to increase our presence at key federal and state government client sites. Our strong record of past performance with government clients, highly skilled multi-disciplinary
teams, and growing information technology implementation capabilities should facilitate this expansion. We also are increasing our presence in new locations through acquisitions to service commercial clients; for example, our 2007 acquisition of
Simat, Helliesen & Eichner, Inc. (“SH&E”) provided us with locations in New York and Cambridge, Massachusetts, and augmented our presence in London, while our 2008 acquisition of Jones & Stokes Associates, Inc.
(“Jones & Stokes”) expanded our presence in the western United States. We also intend to take advantage of the growing need for our climate change, energy, and environmental advisory services in Europe, Asia, and Latin America
through our existing offices in these regions and our new office in Beijing, which we announced in January 2009. Expansion of our advisory services in these markets will help enhance our existing client relationships, reinforce our expertise in key
markets that are global, broaden our client base, and set the stage for us to expand further into implementation and improvement services. In addition, we intend to invest in development and marketing initiatives to strengthen our brand recognition
among potential clients. Finally, we intend to focus on additional opportunities in our existing client base by increasing the scope of our services, such as by identifying and offering clients new skill sets and implementation and improvement
services that complement ongoing advisory services.

Grow our client base and increase the scope of services provided to existing clients

STYLE="margin-top:6px;margin-bottom:0px; text-indent:4%">We intend to grow our client base, while maintaining strong relationships with our current clients, by expanding our geographic presence domestically in
the United States and internationally. Within the United States, we plan to increase our presence at key federal and state government client sites. Our strong record of past performance with government clients, highly skilled multi-disciplinary
teams, and growing information technology implementation capabilities should facilitate this expansion. We also are increasing our presence in new locations through acquisitions to service commercial clients; for example, our 2007 acquisition of
Simat, Helliesen & Eichner, Inc. (“SH&E”) provided us with locations in New York and Cambridge, Massachusetts, and augmented our presence in London, while our 2008 acquisition of Jones & Stokes Associates, Inc.
(“Jones & Stokes”) expanded our presence in the western United States. We also intend to take advantage of the growing need for our climate change, energy, and environmental advisory services in Europe, Asia, and Latin America
through our existing offices in these regions and our new office in Beijing, which we announced in January 2009. Expansion of our advisory services in these markets will help enhance our existing client relationships, reinforce our expertise in key
markets that are global, broaden our client base, and set the stage for us to expand further into implementation and improvement services. In addition, we intend to invest in development and marketing initiatives to strengthen our brand recognition
among potential clients. Finally, we intend to focus on additional opportunities in our existing client base by increasing the scope of our services, such as by identifying and offering clients new skill sets and implementation and improvement
services that complement ongoing advisory services.

Grow our client base and increase the scope of services provided to existing clients

STYLE="margin-top:6px;margin-bottom:0px; text-indent:4%">We intend to grow our client base, while maintaining strong relationships with our current clients, by expanding our geographic presence domestically in
the United States and internationally. Within the United States, we plan to increase our presence at key federal and state government client sites. Our strong record of past performance with government clients, highly skilled multi-disciplinary
teams, and growing information technology implementation capabilities should facilitate this expansion. We also are increasing our presence in new locations through acquisitions to service commercial clients; for example, our 2007 acquisition of
Simat, Helliesen & Eichner, Inc. (“SH&E”) provided us with locations in New York and Cambridge, Massachusetts, and augmented our presence in London, while our 2008 acquisition of Jones & Stokes Associates, Inc.
(“Jones & Stokes”) expanded our presence in the western United States. We also intend to take advantage of the growing need for our climate change, energy, and environmental advisory services in Europe, Asia, and Latin America
through our existing offices in these regions and our new office in Beijing, which we announced in January 2009. Expansion of our advisory services in these markets will help enhance our existing client relationships, reinforce our expertise in key
markets that are global, broaden our client base, and set the stage for us to expand further into implementation and improvement services. In addition, we intend to invest in development and marketing initiatives to strengthen our brand recognition
among potential clients. Finally, we intend to focus on additional opportunities in our existing client base by increasing the scope of our services, such as by identifying and offering clients new skill sets and implementation and improvement
services that complement ongoing advisory services.

These excerpts taken from the ICFI 10-K filed Mar 17, 2008.

Grow our client base and increase scope of services provided to existing clients

We intend to grow our client base, while maintaining strong relationships with our current clients, by expanding our geographic presence domestically in the United States and internationally. Within the United States, we plan to increase our presence at key federal and state government client sites. Our strong record of past performance with government clients, highly skilled multi-disciplinary teams, and growing information technology implementation capabilities should facilitate this expansion. We also are increasing our presence in new locations through acquisitions to service commercial clients; for example, our 2007 acquisition of Simat, Helliesen & Eichmer, Inc. (“SH&E”) provides us with locations in New York and Cambridge, Massachusetts, and augments our presence in London. We also intend to take advantage of the growing need for our climate change, energy, and environmental advisory services in Europe, Asia, and Latin America through our existing offices in these regions. Expansion of our advisory services in these markets will help enhance our existing client relationships, reinforce our expertise in key markets that are global, broaden our client base, and set the stage for us to expand further into implementation and improvement services. In addition, we intend to invest in development and marketing initiatives to strengthen our brand recognition among potential clients. Finally, we intend to focus on additional opportunities in our existing client base by increasing the scope of our services, such as by identifying and offering clients new skill sets and implementation and improvement services that complement ongoing advisory services.

Grow our client base and increase scope of services provided to existing clients

STYLE="margin-top:6px;margin-bottom:0px; text-indent:4%">We intend to grow our client base, while maintaining strong relationships with our current clients, by expanding our geographic presence domestically in
the United States and internationally. Within the United States, we plan to increase our presence at key federal and state government client sites. Our strong record of past performance with government clients, highly skilled multi-disciplinary
teams, and growing information technology implementation capabilities should facilitate this expansion. We also are increasing our presence in new locations through acquisitions to service commercial clients; for example, our 2007 acquisition of
Simat, Helliesen & Eichmer, Inc. (“SH&E”) provides us with locations in New York and Cambridge, Massachusetts, and augments our presence in London. We also intend to take advantage of the growing need for our climate change,
energy, and environmental advisory services in Europe, Asia, and Latin America through our existing offices in these regions. Expansion of our advisory services in these markets will help enhance our existing client relationships, reinforce our
expertise in key markets that are global, broaden our client base, and set the stage for us to expand further into implementation and improvement services. In addition, we intend to invest in development and marketing initiatives to strengthen our
brand recognition among potential clients. Finally, we intend to focus on additional opportunities in our existing client base by increasing the scope of our services, such as by identifying and offering clients new skill sets and implementation and
improvement services that complement ongoing advisory services.

This excerpt taken from the ICFI 10-K filed Mar 30, 2007.

Grow our client base and increase scope of services provided to existing clients

We intend to grow our client base, while maintaining strong relationships with our current clients, by expanding our geographic presence domestically in the United States and internationally. Within the United States, we plan to increase our presence at key federal and state government client sites. Our strong record of past performance with government clients, highly skilled multi-disciplinary teams and growing information technology implementation capabilities should facilitate this expansion. We also intend to take advantage of the growing need for our advisory services in Europe, Asia and Latin America through our existing offices in these regions. Expansion of our advisory services in these markets will help enhance our existing client relationships, broaden our client base, and set the stage for us to expand into implementation and improvement services. In addition, we intend to invest in development and marketing initiatives in order to strengthen our brand recognition among potential clients. We intend to focus on additional opportunities in our existing client base by increasing the scope of our services, such as by identifying and offering clients new skill sets and implementation and improvement services that complement ongoing advisory services.

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