ATLANTA, May 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —
DLH Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: DLHC) (“DLH” or the “Company”),
a leading provider of innovative healthcare services and solutions to federal agencies, today announced that it has been awarded an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) multiple award contract to provide health-related research and development and support services to the Department of Defense (“DoD”).
DLH will compete for individual task orders across two of OMNIBUS IV’s market segments – Research & Development and Research & Development Support Services. The contract covers medical simulation technology, research into infectious diseases and radiation effects, battlefield healthcare, clinical medicine, chemical and biological readiness, genomics and omics-based research, and science technologies. The multiple-award contract has a five-year base period and a five-year extension option, and, in aggregate, has a $10 billion ceiling for all awardees. Specific values will be allocated to contractors as task orders are competed and awarded.
“DLH is committed to providing the highest quality care to the American warfighter,” said Jackie Everett, DLH Chief Growth Officer. “The medical research activities covered in this contract perfectly align with our expanded core competencies – including digital transformation, modeling and simulation, clinical, medical, and scientific research, artificial intelligence and machine learning, telehealth research and application, and more – positioning us well to win task orders on this ID/IQ contract.”
“With this vehicle DLH is in a position to help enhance the force health readiness posture of our military through application of our expertise across the full continuum of care – ranging from scientific research and clinical trials through advanced development to care delivery systems in the battlefield,” added Zach Parker, DLH President and CEO.
DLH (NASDAQ:DLHC) delivers improved health and readiness solutions for federal programs through research, systems development, and innovative care processes. The Company’s experts in public health, performance evaluation, and health operations solve the complex problems faced by civilian and military customers alike, leveraging digital transformation, artificial intelligence, advanced analytics, cloud-based applications, telehealth systems, and more. With over 2,400 employees dedicated to the idea that “Your Mission is Our Passion,” DLH brings a unique combination of government sector experience, proven methodology, and unwavering commitment to public health to improve the lives of millions. For more information, visit
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