DynCorp International has been awarded a contract by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command-Pacific (NAVFAC-Pacific) to provide operations support services in Cambodia.
“We are honored that NAVFAC-Pacific has chosen DI to serve in Cambodia,” said George Krivo, senior vice president, DynLogistics. “We are excited to expand our footprint in the Asia Pacific region.”
Under this contract, DI will provide various support services to the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) while conducting humanitarian assistance construction projects located at various provinces in Cambodia.
The contract has a one-year base period with four, one-year options for a total contract value of $8.5 million, if all options are exercised.
DI and NAVFAC
DI has supported NAVFAC for several years in the Philippines and Timor-Leste.
Under the Philippines Operations Support program, DI provides air, land, and sea logistics, transport, camp operations, food service, billeting, potable water, field sanitation, utilities, hazardous material collection and disposal, MWR, property security, and vector control services.
In June 2012, DI was once again awarded this program, which it has supported through multiple re-competes and contract iterations since 2002.
In Timor-Leste, DI maintains a camp in the capital city, Dili, for personnel from the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion unit, whose mission is humanitarian, constructing community centers and improving infrastructure. Through sub-contractor, RMS Engineering & Construction Pty Ltd, DI provides support services at the camp including living quarters, internet and telephone services, bathroom facilities, laundry services, kitchen facilities, vehicle/driver/language support, procurement services, warehousing and other services.
NAVFAC is the systems command that builds and maintains sustainable facilities, delivers utilities and services, and provides Navy expeditionary combat force capabilities. Rear Admiral Kate Gregory, Civil Engineer Corps, United States Navy, and Chief of Civil Engineers, leads NAVFAC’s 18,000 Civil Engineer Corps officers, civilians and contractors who serve as engineers, architects, contract specialists and professionals.
NAVFAC delivers best value facilities engineering and acquisition for the Navy and Marine Corps, Unified Commanders, and Department of Defense agencies through six business lines:
- Capital Improvements
- Public Works
- Asset Management
- Contingency Engineering