MCLEAN, Va. – (September 1, 2016) – The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded DynCorp International (DI) a $22.5 million contract for Egyptian Personnel Support Services (EPSS). The competitively awarded contract, which started March 25, 2016, has a two-year base period and one-year option year.
The contract provides support for daily living in the Arab Republic of Egypt (ARE) for Personnel Support Services (PSS) supported personnel. PSS supported personnel includes both permanent and temporary duty official United States Civil Service and Military members, and contractors who directly support Egyptian Air Force (EAF) Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programs or other agencies as agreed to by the EAF and U.S. Government.
“This win demonstrates once again DI’s ability to work closely with its customers to develop solutions to evolving program needs,” said Yurii Cohen, DI capture manager. Ted Seel, DI program manager further stated, “We are honored by the trust the U.S. and Egyptian Governments have placed in DI, and are looking forward to continuing our legacy of supporting critical U.S. interests in the region.”
George Krivo, DI senior vice president of DynGlobal announced, “DynCorp International is very excited to continue our service in providing life support to all DoD and contractor personnel supporting the Egyptian Air Force. We are privileged to have earned the Egyptian government’s trust in this very important mission, and look forward to many years of dedicated support and partnership with this critical regional partner.”
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