DynCorp Gets $154M Modification to Extend O&M Support to Army in Afghanistan

DyncorpLogoDynCorp International has received a one-year, $154.3 million modification to a task order under the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program IV contract to continue to provide operations and maintenance support to the U.S. Army Sustainment Command.

The company said Monday the task order covers base life support and O&M services in Afghanistan, including facilities management, water and food services, sewage and waste management, and electrical power.

According to DynCorp, the U.S. Army originally awarded the task order, which has a current total value of $6.6 billion, in 2009.

The LOGCAP IV contract vehicle has a maximum term of 10 years.

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