DynCorp International is among the prime contractors selected to bid for task orders under the U.S. Army’s Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise (EAGLE) contract. DynCorp International was also selected as a teammate by several of the small businesses that were chosen to compete for EAGLE task orders.
“It is an honor to have been selected for this program and to have the opportunity to continue supporting the U.S. Army and the important logistics work ahead,” said Kenneth Juergens, group vice president, Global Logistics and Development Solutions, DynCorp International.
The EAGLE program will provide multi-faceted supply, maintenance and transportation support to assist in preparing forces for deployment, sustainment and redeployment.
EAGLE is a five-year indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract managed by the U.S. Army Materiel Command and has a maximum total value of $23.5 billion.
DynCorp International Global Logistics and Development Solutions
DI’s Global Logistics and Development Solutions (GLDS) Group combines a broad set of capabilities with expertise in all aspects of logistics, site operations, international development, demining, vehicle maintenance, supply, transportation and ammunition management.
Base Operating Support Services (BOSS)
DynCorp International operates and manages installations for Department of Defense, Department of State and commercial customers worldwide. Facility management expertise ranges from the ability to handle complex challenges at bases the size of a small city to the skill required to meet the total needs of small, remote support encampment. DI has experience supporting partners at installations and forward operating bases worldwide and is committed to mission success through a detailed approach.
DI’s service capabilities extend beyond traditional facility management to deliver a full spectrum of life support services that includes security, fire and rescue emergency services, water, ice, power, dining and catering, and a wide variety of additional services even when the location is remote or austere. DI maintains airfields and aircraft-support equipment, manages and repairs ground-vehicle fleets, and coordinates complex logistics projects and supply-chain management operations.