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DLH Mission Services & Solutions Receives CMMI Level 3 Rating; Helene Fisher Quoted

Helene Fisher

TYSONS CORNER, VA, September 6, 2018 — A business unit of DLH has been appraised at maturity level 3 of the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration program after undergoing an assessment of its business processes, ExecutiveBiz reported Aug. 29.

The company said Aug. 28 its mission services and solutions operating unit secured the CMMI Level 3 rating based on the CMMI for Development version 1.3 framework, which serves to validate DLH’s efforts toward process improvement, agility and performance.

“We look forward to continually improving our customers’ return on investment with sustainable and measurable processes,” said Helene Fisher, president of the mission services and solutions unit.

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