DLH Lands Contract Supporting Office of Head Start 

Zach Parker, DLH

Health care research, services and solutions provider DLH Holdings Corp. announced it has been awarded a contract to continue providing national monitoring support services to the Administration for Children and Families’ Office of Head Start.

The award covers project management, compliance and performance monitoring reviews, logistic support, data collection, use and analysis, technology systems and subject matter expertise in the areas of program management and quality improvement.

The contract includes a base period of eight months, with four 1-year options, valued at $150 million including the option periods.

“DLH is honored to continue our support of the ACF’s Office of Head Start in its missions to ensure vulnerable young children throughout the United States are prepared to succeed in school, and families receive the support they need to work to enhance school readiness,” said DLH President and CEO Zach Parker.

Helene Fisher, president of DLH’s subsidiary, Danya International, said the company is proud of its relationship with OHS and looks forward to expanding on its track record of performance excellence.

“As we navigate the challenges posed to at-risk children and families served by OHS and ACF by the COVID-19 pandemic in the immediate and long-term, DLH remains committed to implementing innovative solutions in the service of quality improvement, educational and childhood development, physical and mental health, family engagement, and fiscal accountability,” Fisher added.

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