MAXIMUS to Present at the Stifel Nicolaus 2013 Healthcare Conference on September 11

MAXIMUS to Present at the Stifel Nicolaus 2013 Healthcare Conference on September 11

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MAXIMUS (NYSE: MMS), a leading provider of government services worldwide, announced today that several members of the management team will participate at the Stifel Nicolaus 2013 Healthcare Conference on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts.

Richard Montoni, President and CEO, and Lisa Miles, Senior Vice President of Investor Relations, will present at 9:10 a.m. ET and an audio cast will be available on the Investor Relations section of the Company’s website at .

In addition, Ilene Baylinson, President of Health Services East, will participate in a panel discussion titled “Perspectives on the Upcoming Exchanges” at 10:20 a.m. ET. Ms. Baylinson will share the Company’s experience as it ramps up and begins to operate the customer contact centers for six state-based health insurance exchanges.

MAXIMUS is a leading operator of government health and human services programs in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and Saudi Arabia. The Company delivers business process services to improve the cost effectiveness, efficiency and quality of government-sponsored benefit programs, such as Medicaid, Medicare, Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), Health Insurance BC (British Columbia), as well as welfare-to-work and child support programs around the globe. The Company's primary customer base includes federal, provincial, state, county and municipal governments. Operating under its founding mission of , MAXIMUS has approximately 9,750 employees worldwide. For more information, visit .

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