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DynCorp Wins $198M For Special Ops Admin Support

DynCorp International has won a potential $198, 095, 668 contract to provide administration and management services to U.S. special operations forces stationed in the Philippines, the Defense Department announced Monday.

The Navy awarded the potential five-year cost-plus-incentive-fee contract, which could include a $180, 086, 970 target cost and a $18, 008, 698 maximum target fee.

Support for the Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines will include work for command and staff; public safety; air operations and port operations; supply; welfare and recreation; facilities; utilities; base support vehicles and equipment; and environmental services.

The Navy received three bids via its electronic commerce website.

Work will occur in Manila, and other joint operation areas through September 2017 and $3 million in contract funds will expire at the end of the current fiscal year.

The Naval Facilities Engineering Command at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii is the contracting activity.

DynCorp also holds a potential $176, 9 million contract to provide research and development services to NASA.

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