Management reforms have introduced requirements emphasizing the need for organizations to improve their processes to select,manage, and evaluate the performance of their capital investment, resource, and project portfolios. Performance metrics and outcomes that extend beyond traditional financial metrics must be established, incorporated, and evaluated periodically to determine appropriate strategies and gauge the impact of results on original objectives and strategic mission.

We offers a broad range of performance management services including:

  • Performance Assessment
  • Balanced Scorecard
  • Portfolio Management
  • Program Evaluation

Business Planning Feasibility

Our Approach

Our work is guided by two principles: delivering research of the highest quality and exceeding client expectations. We use cuttingedge research methods, deploy inter-disciplinary teams to assignments, and work with our clients to create innovative solutions to complex issues.

Our Services

Innovative economic analysis, practicality, and dedication to solving our clients' problems. We offer the following services:

  • Cost-Benefit Analysis
  • Economic Impact Modeling
  • Cap and Trade Policy Analysis
  • Econometric and Statistical Analysis
  • Non-Market Valuation
  • Environmental Policy Analysis
  • Economic Development and Competitiveness Strategies
  • Risk and Uncertainty Analysis
  • Qualitative Policy Analysis
  • Market Profiling

Due Diligence

Know your customer (KYC) Rigorous and robust Generally this means consistent, thorough and accurate. The process must be documented and available for inspection by regulators.The process must be SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Timebound), scalable and proportionate to the risk and resources.

Reasonable assurance

What is reasonable depends upon factors including jurisdiction, risk and resources. For sanction matches it depends upon information provided by regulators. In all cases the suggested standard is to the civil standard of proof i.e. on the balance of probability.

Relevant adverse information

Information obtained from any source, including the Internet, free and subscription databases and the media, which is directly or indirectly indicative of involvement in money laundering, terrorist financing or predicate offenses.


Simlyits the most important facture facing the businesses today and years to come. step in the current economicalsituation, restructuring is the corporate management for the act of reorganizing the legal, ownership, operational, or other structures of a company for the purpose of making it more profitable, or better organized for its present needs. Alternate reasons for restructuring include a change of ownership or ownership structure, demerger, or a response to a crisis or major change in the business such as bankruptcy, repositioning, or buyout. Restructuring may also be described as corporate restructuring, debt restructuring and financial restructuring. Obviuously the nature of restructuring is a zero sum game. Strategic restructuring reduces financial losses, simultaneously reducing tensions between debt and equity holders to facilitate a prompt resolution of a distressed situation.

Common steps Steps:
  • Ensure the company has enough liquidity to operate during implementation of a complete restructuring
  • Produce accurate working capital forecasts.
  • Provide open and clear lines of communication with creditors who mostly control the company's ability to raise financing.
  • Update detailed business plan and considerations.
  • Operational and non operational restructring.

Risk management

  1. Identification of risk in a selected domain of interest.
  2. Planning the remainder of the process.
  3. Mapping out the following:
    • the social scope of risk management
    • the identity and objectives of stakeholders
    • the basis upon which risks will be evaluated, constraints.
  4. Defining a framework for the activity and an agenda for identification.
  5. Developing an analysis of risks involved in the process.
  6. Mitigation of risks using available technological, human and organizational resource

Compliance & corporate governance

Internal corporate governance controls

Internal corporate governance controls monitor activities and then take corrective action to accomplish organisational goals. Examples include:

  • Monitoring by the board of directors
  • Internal control procedures and internal auditors.
  • Balance of power.
  • Remuneration

External corporate governance controls encompass the controls external stakeholders exercise over the organisation. Examples include

  • competition
  • debt covenants
  • demand for and assessment of performance information(especially financial statements)
  • government regulations
  • managerial labour market
  • media pressure
  • takeovers


Management enhancement and education programs help organizations apply and implement innovative management skills and best practices. Our offerings include modern management skills programs, project management training, leadership development, management coaching, curriculum design and development, and distance learning.


Regulatory, economic, and technical analyses state security decision-makers need to develop and improve their diverse regulatory programs on issues such as immigration, food safety, bioterrorism, border control, and transportation. The process is complex and can be time consuming. Resource constraints and legally binding deadlines can complicate an agency's task of taking critical regulatory action. Our policy analysts, economists, lawyers, scientists, transportation analysts, and emergency management experts have an exceptional grasp of the regulatory process and can support all phases of individual rulemakings, as well as improvements

IT & IT Security

Information technology (IT)

Today sets a brisk pace for business growth and change, challenging organizations in every industry to keep up. However, high-speed innovation and obsolescence can create a false sense of urgency, putting pressure on executives to react to the latest technology breakthroughs before the business implications of their decisions are fully understood. The resulting contest between IT capabilities and corporate priorities makes effective technology decisions difficult for any executive team.

IT Security

The increasing dependence on technology for core business processes renders information confidentiality, integrity, and availability essential and puts forth the need for effective and risk-based information security planning. Our technology advisers can help clients

  • Identify technology vulnerabilities and compliance exceptions.
  • Evaluate business impacts and current practices
  • Design enterprise security and continuity strategy, framework, and architecture
  • Develop disaster recovery plans
  • Implement security solutions.
  • Integrated services: information security management systems, business continuity planning, disaster recovery planning
  • Focused business continuity planning services: business impact analysis, risk and vulnerability analysis, test facilitation
  • Business risk assessment and process analysis: strategic analysis of processes and systems under review, process analysis by ident fying and measuring business risks, identification of controls, and assessment of residual risks, testing of controls.
  • Executive Insight
  • Strategic Resource Management
  • Strategic Sourcing
  • Enterprise Architecture

Training & Certifications

Helping public and private clients improve their performance and organizational effectiveness. Facilitating numerous training, and conference..

We also provide conference planning services to help our clients assemble key representatives, managers, decision makers, researchers, and other players, so they can exchange information, strengthen partnerships, and forge new business alliances. ICF International can integrate all phases of meeting services from conception to execution, whether it is a training course, focus group, or scientific convention for 1,000 or more people. ISO, HASP. Six Sigma…etc

Strategic Planning

Strategic Outreach Planning

A strategic outreach plan is akin to an architect's blueprint and an attorney's legal brief. It provides focus, states goals, and sets parameters. ICF International's strategic planning professionals begin with the end in mind—a successful campaign—when developing a thoroughly researched, detailed, and logically constructed outreach plan. We work closely with our clients at each planning phase, then deliver a plan that will be used throughout the campaign as a reliable map leading to ultimate success.

Trade Missions & Match Making

Private and puplic sector around the world in need of event planning services to exchange services or products, having at their disposal tested professionals able to manage the complex logistics involved in making an event truly successful. We work closely with our clients to choose the optimum venue, secure and manage vendors, develop event materials such as programs and signage, and provide expert on-site coordination for event day.

HR , Organization & Talent Development

Organizational development projects ranging from strategic planning to change management, team building, and leadership coaching. Organizational development focuses on developing the structures, systems, and processes within an organization to improve organizational effectiveness. Successful organizational development interventions can lead to better strategic plans, more effective teams, more highly developed leaders, higher quality, and increased employee and stakeholder satisfaction.

Working shoulder to shoulder with your staff to improve organizational performance and achieve transformation goals.

  • Strategic Planning
  • Business Process Improvement
  • Culture and Work Processes
  • Internal Communication
  • Managing Organizational Change Initiatives

Marketing & Network

Market research experts work closely with clients to identify and segment target audiences, gauge attitudes and awareness, and plan a strategy for effecting behavioral change. We are skilled at implementing primary research, such as surveys and focus groups, and secondary research, such as literature reviews and psychographic and demographic analysis. The focus of our market research efforts is to develop a knowledge-based foundation for launching a campaign.