Adweek Wire: Account Moves ICF Next Government Team Snags PRSA Awards for Two Campaigns The ICF Next Government Team landed two awards from the Public Relations Society of America for PRSA Georgia Phoenix Award and a Philadelphia PRSA Pepperpot Award. By ICF Next Government Team | January 31, 2020 Agencies and industry organizations directly post original announcements on Adweek Wire. Adweek does not review or edit these announcements. The ICF Next Government Team landed two awards from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) for recent campaigns. They won a PRSA Georgia Phoenix Award for Integrated Communications for their work on CDC’s “Viajo sin zika” campaign, created to increase awareness of the virus among the nation’s Hispanic and Latino communities. The campaign educates those traveling to Latin America and the Caribbean on steps to prevent the spread of Zika. Featuring materials in both English and Spanish, the campaign generated over 110 million impressions through a mix of paid and social media. The team also won a Philadelphia PRSA Pepperpot Award for Marketing Communications for PECO’s, “You can’t control everything,” campaign promoting their Energy Assessments program. The campaign achieved 110% of the program’s goal for scheduling home energy assessment appointments and saved 2,341 MWh of energy, enough to prevent the greenhouse gas emissions related to 289 homes’ electricity use for one year. ICF Next We’re a new breed – what some call a consulting agency. We bring the best of what a consulting firm and creative agency has to offer. We are more than 1,700 mission-driven creatives, communicators, strategists and technologists, across North America, Europe and Asia. We use our ingenuity, creativity and diverse perspectives to accelerate meaningful change by earning active participation from the customers, colleagues and citizens who move the needle for our clients. We illuminate truths and drive relevance with strategy, creativity, and technology that deliver meaningful outcomes. We’re ICF Next.