MCLEAN, VA – (January 11, 2017) – DynCorp International (DI) has been awarded the Contract Field Teams (CFT) Multiple Award Contract (MAC) by the U.S. Air Force. Work on the contract will be performed both in the continental United States (CONUS) and outside the continental United States (OCONUS).
“CFT is DI’s oldest continuously held contract – since 1951,” said Mark Mirelez, DI’s Aviation Engineering, Logistics and Sustainment (AELS) lead. “We are very pleased to continue serving our customer of 65 amazing years.”
DI first held the CFT contract under its predecessor, California Eastern Airways, later becoming Dynalectron, then DynCorp, and now the current moniker of DynCorp International.
Under the CFT contract, DI will perform modification, maintenance, inspection and repair of active systems in the U.S. government inventory, such as aircraft; vehicles; aerospace equipment; missile systems; subsystems such as engines, communications and cryptologic equipment; and ground support equipment.
“While our current CFT task orders (TO) are in support of U.S. Air Force aviation weapons systems, any U.S. government agency can use this IDIQ contract vehicle. In fact, DI can be proud to say we have supported some of the nation’s most critical aviation missions in the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines at home and abroad, to include in-theater support from Vietnam to Afghanistan using CFT TOs,” said Bill “Sweet” Tart, AELS Business Development lead.
The contract began December 1, 2016, has a three year base and two, two-year option periods, and a total contract maximum value of $11.4 billion.
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