FALLS CHURCH, Va. (July 22, 2011) -TheU.S. Air Force has awarded DynCorp International (DI) two new taskorders for aviation maintenance work under the Contract Field Teams(CFT) contract vehicle. The total potential value if all optionsare exercised on both task orders is $244.8 million. DI is a globalgovernment services provider, working in support of U.S. nationalsecurity and foreign policy objectives.
“We’re extremely proud of these significant wins, whichbring us further breadth in the CFT program,” said CatherineGridley, vice president of Aviation. “Combined with our Ft.Campbell CFT win earlier this year, we are honored to have theopportunity to continue building on our sixty year history ofproviding superior service under the CFTcontract.”
- Regional Aviation Support Management – West(RASM-W) ($185 full potential value). On June 28, 2011, DIwas awarded the RASM-W task order, which has one base year, valuedat $92.6m, and one option year, valued at $92.4m. Under the taskorder, DI will be providing aviation maintenance services,logistics support, maintenance support and property accountabilityof all associated Government Furnished Equipment within the RASM-WArea of Responsibility (AOR).
The primary maintenance support facilities for RASM-Winclude Killeen Aviation Facility, Temple Aviation Facility, SanAngelo Aviation Facility, Biggs AAF, Ft Bliss Texas and the FortRiley, Kansas Marshall Army Airfield. RASM-W AOR includes, but isnot limited to, the following geographic areas: Arkansas, Colorado,Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, NewMexico, South Dakota and Texas.
The transition begins in July and full performance startsin August.
- Fort Drum Directorate of Logistics (DOL) AviationLogistics Management Division (ALMD) ($59.8m fullpotential value). On July 7, 2011, DI was awarded the ALMD taskorder for aviation maintenance support at Ft. Drum. The contracthas one base year valued at $28.2m and one option year, valued at$31.6m.
Under the task order DI will provide rotary wing aviationintermediate maintenance, aviation unit maintenance, limited depotrepair and other support at Fort Drum, New York and otherCONUS/OCONUS locations.
The transition begins in July with full performanceexpected July 29, 2011.
DI is one of seven contractors that compete for taskorders to provide aviation services under the CFT contract. DI isthe only company to have held the CFT contract continuously sinceits inception in 1951.
About DynCorp International
DynCorpInternational is a global government services provider workingin support of U.S. national security and foreign policy objectives,delivering support solutions for defense, diplomacy, andinternational development. DI operates major programs in logistics,platform support, contingency operations, and training andmentoring to reinforce security, community stability, and the ruleof law. DynCorp International is headquartered in Falls Church,Va.