In November 2016 Didlake® began work for the Department of Health and Human Program Support Center Supply Chain Management Service (PSC SCMS) on the campus of the Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center at Perry Point in Maryland. Didlake provides supply chain management and warehouse services, fulfilling pharmaceutical and medical supply needs for a worldwide customer base. This contract, valued at $2.1 million creates 34 full-time positions for Maryland residents, more than half of whom are veterans.
In January 2017 Didlake opened its first administrative office in Maryland, marking a significant expansion and commitment to service in the state. The new office space will provide support for its growing workforce in the state, as well as supporting further expansion in Maryland. Didlake currently provides $19.5 million in contract services at 9 contract sites and has been operating in Maryland since 2004, with the start of the National Institute of Standards and Technology contract in Gaithersburg. The office is located in Glen Burnie, Maryland, minutes from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.
“We look forward to expanding opportunities for people with disabilities in Maryland through competitive, integrated employment opportunities across the state,” said Donna Hollis, Didlake’s chief operating officer and acting CEO.
The Glen Burnie location will be Didlake’s fourth administrative office including two offices in Manassas, Virginia, supporting Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia, and one office in Norfolk, supporting the Greater Hampton Roads Area.