DynCorp to Realign Business Units, Start New Intl Org; Steve Gaffney Comments

Steve Gaffney
Steve Gaffney

DynCorp International is reorganizing from five business units to three, with one of them a new organization intended to focus on international opportunities, the Washington Post reports.

Marjorie Censer writes the company will restructure into three business units: DynAviation, DynLogistics and the new DynGlobal organization.

Steve Gaffney, DynCorp chairman, president and CEO told the Post the company is aiming to grow its presence outside the U.S. and invest more resources in international work, while not entering new businesses.

“I believe you should really stick with what you do, ” Gaffney told the Post.

The moves are also not about cutting costs, he said.

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