The US Army Contracting Command-Rock Island has awarded a contract modification to DynCorp International (DI).

The army awarded DI’s Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP IV) a contract modification valued at $38.6m.

Under the programme, the company will provide a solution to procure, deliver, construct and maintain self-contained structures.

These structures consist of the US Army’s Combat Readiness Training Facilities and Stryker Winter Maintenance Facilities at Fort Wainwright, Alaska.

The programme commenced on 28 February 2020 and holds a possibility of extensions through 12 June 2021.

DI LOGCAP IV Operations senior vice-president Rob Tillery said: “We are proud to be a part of AMC’s vision to modernise army communities and provide facilities that improve the soldiers’ quality of life.”

LOGCAP is a Department of Army regulatory programme. It provides a full spectrum of contracted logistics and support services that aid US and allied forces in their missions.

The programme covers delivery of lifecycle services across the globe in countries, including Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Iraq, Kosovo, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Turkey and the UAE.

This programme is a US Army component that supports forces during combat, peacekeeping, humanitarian, and training operations.

Any DoD customer whose work falls into the stated scope is eligible to use the benefits of the programme.

Some of the operations within the programme are the delivery of food, water, fuel, spare parts and other essentials.

Field operations under LOGCAP IV include dining and laundry facilities, housing, sanitation, waste management, postal services, and morale, welfare and recreation activities.

Other operations include engineering and construction, support to communication networks, transportation and cargo services, and facilities maintenance and repair.