Don McMaster Named DLH Federal Health Director

Don McMaster Named DLH Federal Health Director
Don McMaster Director

Don McMaster, a government health care market veteran, has joined DLH Holdings (Nasdaq: DLHC) as director of the company's federal health group, FedHealthIT reported Friday.

He most recently held a senior director position at Maximus (NYSE: MMS) with responsibility over business development and capture functions within the federal market area.

McMaster also worked as a senior business manager at UnitedHealth Group's (NYSE: UNH) Optum/QSSI organization, where he was responsible for financial project management under the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' marketplace project.

Before that, he spent five years at ICF (Nasdaq: ICFI) and led its health surveillance line of business as a vice president. He also served in VP and technical director roles at Macro International.

DLH acquired Falls Church, Virginia-based Irving Burton Associates earlier this month in a $32M cash transaction as part of federal market push.

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