DynCorp wins $320.5m contract for US Army INSCOM logistics support programme


DynCorp International (DI) has been awarded a $320.5m contract to support the US Army's Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) G4 Worldwide Logistics Support programme.

The latest contract has been competitively awarded under the global intelligence support services (GISS) ordering contract. It has a one-year base period of performance and comes with four one-year options.

Under the contract, the company will provide multi-disciplined engineering, facilities, and logistics support for Army INSCOM and the intelligence community at multiple locations worldwide.

DI capture manager Bob Weidman said: "This is a big win for our company and I am delighted to have the opportunity to support Army INSCOM's important mission."

"Having this opportunity to partner with Army INSCOM illustrates the value of DI's unique mission critical capabilities."

DI DynLogistics senior vice-president Randy Bockenstedt added: "This win further validates DynCorp International's reputation as a recognised worldwide expert in conventional and contingency logistics operations in complex environments.

"Having this opportunity to partner with Army INSCOM illustrates the value of DI's unique mission critical capabilities."

The company was selected to compete for the GISS contract In September 2014.

Valued at $7.2bn, the contract is designed to provide flexible, comprehensive and cost-effective services to support the army's requirement for fully integrated intelligence, security and information operations.

Last year, DI was one of 20 prime contractors selected for the US Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command's (TACOM) strategic service solutions equipment related services (TS3 ERS) contract.