DynCorp International Awarded 2 Task Orders under LOGCAP IV Contract
The U.S. Army Sustainment Command has awarded DynCorp International two new task orders under the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) IV to provide support services to the Geographic Combatant Command (GCC) headquarters at the United States North America Command (NORTHCOM) and United States Pacific Command (PACOM) in several locations worldwide.
“DI’s LOGCAP team is proud to provide operational planning support at the NORTHCOM and PACOM GCC headquarters, leading LOGCAP contingency requirements in these geographic regions,” said Randy Bockenstedt, senior vice president of DynLogistics, DynCorp International. “Through this opportunity, DI is well positioned for promoting our diverse capabilities in response to future military and disaster and humanitarian relief requirements.”
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Under these task orders, DI will provide forward planners to assist the GCC staff with the integration of LOGCAP support into plans, exercises, and operations by leveraging the expertise of the performance contractors in multifunctional logistics support. DI team members will also provide LOGCAP contractor capabilities in support of event and exercise execution. Requirements will focus on contingency skills and capabilities necessary to support U.S. Army or Department of Defense components and to support U.S. Federal Government Inter-Agency requirements, and non-governmental and coalition forces requirements when such support is a mission or obligation of DOD and use of LOGCAP has been approved by Department of the Army.
These cost-plus fixed-fee task orders have one base year and two one-year options, with a total potential value of $77 million.
The LOGCAP IV contract is the Army component of the Department of Defense’s efforts to award contracts with U.S. companies to a broad range of logistics and support to U.S. and allied forces during combat, peacekeeping, humanitarian, and training operations. The contract vehicle, established in June 2007, has a total term of up to ten years.
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