DLH Holdings Corp. has been awarded a contract to provide statistical, mathematical and computational support for the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences research.
Under the award, DLH will provide statistical analysis, research support, software programing, and data visualization for NIEHS’ Division of National Toxicology Program and Division of Intramural Research.
“The strength of our customer relationship is a source of tremendous pride for DLH, and we are honored to continue our work alongside the world-class researchers at NIEHS,” said DLH President and CEO Zach Parker. “The DLH team will continue to employ innovative statistical approaches that keep step with emerging technologies and new scientific approaches to support the crucial public health work of NIEHS,” Parker.
DLH has held this contract since 1986. The contract includes a base period of one year with four 1-year options, for a total value of approximately $13 million.
“DLH staff have demonstrated their unique strengths in providing the NIEHS DNTP and DIR with statistical, mathematical, and computational services and we are thrilled to continue this collaborative partnership,” said Jeanine Christian, president of DLH’s public health and scientific research operating unit.
“We will utilize our specialized experience and expertise in statistical analysis and toxicology alongside our colleagues at NIEHS as we build towards a greater understanding of human disease through environmental stressors, which now includes challenges such as climate change and health disparities,” she added.