DLH Receives Multiple Award Task Order IDIQ Contract to Support Naval Medical Logistics Command


Atlanta, Georgia (July 20, 2018)—DLH Holdings Corporation (NASDAQ: DLHC), a preeminent provider of U.S. Government health services, announced this week that as a partner company, it will provide health practitioners for the treatment of active duty military personnel, their family members, and other eligible beneficiaries designated by the Government. DLH will provide various medical services to naval military treatment facilities in the Northeast region of the United States including Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Veterans Affairs hospital clinics, and outlying branch clinics. The Naval Medical Center is a top-tier, full-spectrum, tertiary-care facility recognized nationally for superior clinical processes and quality patient-care outcomes. DLH’s health services will include physicians, allied health personnel, advanced nurse practitioners, nurses, technologists, technicians, and medical assistants. This opportunity was a Multiple Award Task Order, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract issued by the Naval Medical Logistics Command at Fort Detrick, Maryland.

“Delivering integrated, affordable, and high-quality health services to our service members and their families is a top priority for the Navy and DLH,” said Kevin Wilson, president of DLH’s Health and Logistics Services operating unit. “By collaborating across organizations, the DLH team will bring consistent and effective, highly trained professionals, recognized as distinguished leaders in their field; they will define the standards of care, training, and readiness for our Nation’s best. We achieve exceptional outcomes through mutual respect, shared vision, and highly collaborative team-based care.” He further commented, “Throughout my career, I’ve worked to develop strategies and solutions that will make a difference in people’s lives. We are leaders in safety, quality, and patient experience and look forward to working with the members of the Navy to address challenges in innovative ways that will help improve the health of sailors. As we strengthen our social programs, we will provide comprehensive, evidence-based behavioral healthcare management programs to improve healthcare outcomes.”