DynCorp International’s holding company, Delta Tucker Holdings Inc., has released financial results for the fourth quarter of its 2011 calendar year.
Delta tucker reported its holdings generated $983 million in fourth quarter revenue, 14.8 percent greater than its results from the prior year period.
ItInformation Technology also announced full-year revenue increased 9.8 percent over 2010 to $334.4 million.
The calendar year figure includes an adjustment for the deconsolidation of joint venture Global Linguist Solutions.
Revenue from global stabilization and development solutions increased 17.7 percent year-over-year to $638.8 million.
The segment’s training and mentoring operations realized 16.1 and 19.9 percent increases over that time, respectively.
The company indicated its fourth quarter highlights include a task order worth up to around $80 million to provide aviation maintenance, modificationTypes: Administrative Change : A unilateral contract change that does not affect the contractual rights of the parties. Change order: A written order, signed byBudget Year the CO, directing that the contractor to make a change authorized byBudget Year the "changes" clause. Not issued without contractor consent. and logistics support for the U.S. Army‘s rotary wing aircraft.
DynCorp now has a backlog totaling $5.7 billion, $959 million greater than at the end of 2010, according to the announcement.