Atlanta, Georgia - May 30, 2013 - DLH Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: DLHC), a leading
technical services provider to Federal government agencies specializing in
healthcare, logistics, and contingency solutions announced today the receipt
of additional task orders with the Department of Interior.

DLH has been awarded multiple task order contracts under its GSA Logistics
Worldwide (LOGWORLD) contract to provide technical services to conduct
research, develop and maintain databases, and provide analytic support for
field projects in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin. These turnkey
projects valued at approximately $0.5 million are expected to be completed by
the end of the 2013 calendar year.

President of DLH Solutions, Inc., Kevin Wilson, commented: "We are pleased to
receive additional task orders and continue our support of the U.S. Department
of Interior's Bureau of Fish and Wildlife. With the sequestration impact upon
DoD for the remainder of 2013, it is important to leverage our long-term
relationships with our current clients for continued growth this year."

About DLH 

DLH Holdings Corp. (Nasdaq: DLHC) serves clients throughout the United States
as a leading technical services provider to Federal government agencies,
including the Department of Veterans Affairs, specializing in healthcare,
logistics, and contingency solutions. For more information, visit the
corporate web site at www.dlhcorp.com.

"Safe Harbor" Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act  of 

This press release contains "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of
the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements  relate 
to future events  or DLH`s  future financial  performance. When  used in  this 
presentation, the words  "believe," "anticipate,"  "think," "intend,"  "plan," 
"will  be,"  "expect,"  "estimates,"  and  statements  in  this   presentation 
regarding DLH's business which are not historical facts, are  "forward-looking 
statements" that  involve risks  and uncertainties  which could  cause  actual 
events or the actual future results  of the company to differ materially  from 
any forward-looking statement.  Such risks and  uncertainties include,  among 
other things our ability to secure  contract awards, including the ability  to 
secure renewals of contracts  under which we  currently provide services;  our 
ability to enter into contracts  with United States Government facilities  and 
agencies on  terms attractive  to us  and to  secure orders  related to  those 
contracts;  changes  in  the  timing  of  orders  for  and  our  placement  of 
professionals and administrative staff;  the overall level  of demand for  the 
services we provide; the variation in pricing of the contracts under which  we 
place professionals;  government contract  procurement (such  as bid  protest, 
small business set  asides, loss of  work due to  organizational conflicts  of 
interest, etc.) and termination  risks; the results  of government audits  and 
reviews; our  ability to  manage growth  effectively; the  performance of  our 
management information and  communication systems; the  effect of existing  or 
future government  legislation  and  regulation;  changes  in  government  and 
customer priorities  and requirements  (including changes  to respond  to  the 
priorities of  Congress and  the  Administration, budgetary  constraints,  and 
cost-cutting  initiatives);  economic,   business  and  political   conditions 
domestically (including the impact of  uncertainty regarding U.S. debt  limits 
and actions  taken related  thereto); the  impact of  medical malpractice  and 
other claims asserted  against us;  the disruption  or adverse  impact to  our 
business as a  result of a  terrorist attack;  the loss of  key officers,  and 
management personnel; the competitive environment for our services; the effect
of recognition by us of an impairment to goodwill and intangible assets; other
tax and regulatory issues and developments; the effect of adjustments by us to
accruals for  self-insured  retentions;  our  ability  to  obtain  any  needed 
financing; and  the effect  of other  events and  important factors  disclosed 
previously and from  time-to-time in  DLH's filings with  the U.S.  Securities 
Exchange Commission. For a  discussion of such  risks and uncertainties  which 
could  cause  actual   results  to   differ  from  those   contained  in   the 
forward-looking statements,  see  "Risk  Factors" in  the  company's  periodic 
reports filed with the SEC, including our  Annual Report on Form 10-K for  the 
fiscal year ended September  30, 2012. In light  of the significant risks  and 
uncertainties inherent in the forward-looking statements included herein,  the 
inclusion of such statements should not be regarded as a representation by the
company or any other person that the objectives and plans of the Company  will 
be achieved. The  forward-looking statements contained  in this press  release 
are made as of the date hereof and may become outdated over time. The  Company 
does  not  assume   any  responsibility  for   updating  any   forward-looking 


Zachary C. Parker, President and Chief Executive Officer
Kathryn M. JohnBull, Chief Financial Officer
Christy N. Buechler, Communications Manager
1776 Peachtree Street, NW
Suite 300S
Atlanta, GA 30309

(Investor Relations)
Donald C. Weinberger/Adam Lowensteiner
Wolfe Axelrod Weinberger Associates, LLC


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