DynCorp International LLC, ranked 12th this year, up from 23rd in 2010, on the 18th Annual Washington Technology Top 100. Despite challenges in the government contracting industry, the company earned a spot in the top 20 with $3 billion in prime contracts, a renewed focus on partnerships, and a jump in work from the federal government agencies.
Highlighting the fact that the company’s services have diversified, now meeting key needs of all U.S. global engagement across defense, development and diplomacy, DynCorp International president Steven Schorer commented, “We’ve positioned ourselves for transition.”
Dyncorp International recently acquired Casals and Associates, now DI Development, to increase the company’s reach in international development; and Phoenix Consulting Group, now its Intelligence Training and Solutions business area, which brings the company into the intel space.
A Legacy in Aviation
DynCorp International can also attribute its success to continuing work in the Aviation business area. For decades the people of DI have supported critical military and commercial aviation needs around the world with end-to-end services and support.
“It started out as a predominately aviation services company, and that heritage still exists today,” Schorer said. “That legacy lives on.”
DynCorp International’s Aviation team is also known for servicing the presidential fleet at Andrews Air Force Base, which includes about 28 airplanes that support the president’s Cabinet.
Washington Technology Top 100
The Washington Technology 2011 Top 100 rankings track the largest government contractors based on an analysis of data from the Federal Procurement Data System–Next Generation. The data analyzed covers the 2010 government fiscal year, which ended Sept. 30.
Washington Technology’s analysis aims to capture the range of technology work and mission expertise that contractors provide to the federal government.
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