DynCorp International has been ranked tenth in Washington Technology’s Top 100, up from 12th in 2011. Citing reengineered business processes, corporate infrastructure, increased functional back office capabilities, a new focus on business strategy and a bolstered supply chain function, DI has seen seven consecutive quarters of growth.
“We’re a hungry company now, very agile and incredibly lean,” said DynCorp International president, Steven Schorer, commented. “We’re still working on our back office, but our infrastructure and the process model are greatly improved.”
Washington Technology refers to several key re-competes in 2011, such as a $490 million contract to continue providing aircraft maintenance and logistics support at the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division at Patuxent River, Md., and a $400.9 million contract to continue supporting the Air Force’s 11th Wing and 89th Wing at Joint Base Andrews-Naval Air Facility in Washington, D.C.
New business highlights included a contract with NASA to provide to provide aircraft maintenance and operational support services, broadening Aviation Group business.
Despite looming government budget cuts, Schorer still expects DI to continue to grow, “especially in the areas of training and support logistics for the military and the intelligence community.”
“We’ve become more aggressive, more thoughtful and have a strong business process and follow-through,” Schorer said. “I think it’s made a real difference for us and our customers and it will continue to make a difference.”
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