The U.S. Air Force has awarded DynCorp International (DI) a new task order under the Air Force Contract Augmentation Program III (AFCAP) to provide installation services at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar.
“We are proud to be able to expand our extensive work in the AFC AP program to provide installation service support in Qatar,” said George Krivo, senior vice president, DynLogistics.
As part of the task order, DI will provide personnel, vehicles, tools and equipment necessary to support installation services for the 379th Expeditionary Force Support Squadron, 379th Expeditionary Medical Group and Hospital Aseptic Maintenance Services. DI team members will support operations in fitness centers, lounges, community activity centers, media centers, learning resource centers, theaters and lodging areas, and provide maintenance, custodial services, management and linen exchange services.
The competitively-awarded task order has a one-year base period with two, one-year options and a total contract value of $20.4 million, if all options are exercised.
AFCAP is a 10-year indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity contract to provide worldwide base-operating support and temporary construction capabilities for U.S. government entities on an as-needed basis.
379th Air Expeditionary Wing
The 379th Air Expeditionary Wing is the largest expeditionary wing in the world. Thousands of airmen and women- plus joint and coalition tenants — fly 30% of the daily air tasking order sorties. The 379th is one of the top three installations providing aerial port movements, and handles more jet fuel than the next top five U.S. Air Force bases combined.
Activated in 2002, the wing provides meaningful tactical control, space, cyber and logistics support teams providing critical theater-wide capability. It also provides focused base support to mission partners and is growing an appropriately integrated relationship with the host nation. The wing is building the infrastructure and processes to enable this station to support its mission, mission partners, and mobility throughput in the coming years.