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SRA Appoints Former DynCorp CEO Ballhaus as CEO, Board Member

SRA International, Inc. has named Dr. William L. Ballhaus CEO and a member of its board of directors. Ballhaus, 43, formerly served as president, CEO and as a director of DynCorp International. He was previously president of BAE Systems‘ network systems, national security solutions and mission solutions businesses. “We are very pleased to welcome Bill …

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DynCorp Initiative to Care for Injured Employees

DynCorp International (NYSE:DCP) has established DI Care Employee Assistance Program (EAP), a corporate-wide initiative to assist employees in the event of serious or mortal injury. DI Care EAP will serve to lead all aspects of casualty procedures, family notification and victim assistance; help injured employees obtain legitimate insurance and benefits …

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DynCorp Purchases Casals & Associates

DynCorp has acquired Casals & Associates, Inc., by virtue of purchasing all of the firm’s stock.  Terms of the deal were undisclosed. Casals is set to be merged into DynCorp International’s Global Stabilization and Development Solutions division. DynCorp will receive a boost as Casals is a player in U.S. foreign …

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M&A Activity – DynCorp International acquires Phoenix Consulting Group

Yesterday, DynCorp International Inc. subsidiary DynCorp International LLC announced that it has completed the acquisition of Phoenix Consulting Group, Inc. DynCorp International will now be able to provide proprietary training courses and management consulting and augmentation services to the intelligence community through the Phoenix Training Center. The acquisition allows DynCorp …

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Dept. of State selects DynCorp as awardee under AFRICAP recompete

On Friday, DynCorp was selected by the U.S. Department of State as one of four awardees under the AFRICAP recompete, which supports regional stability in Africa by building the capacity of African countries and regional organizations to prevent, manage and resolve conflicts on the African continent. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract is …

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