DI Picks up Three Task Orders Valued Around $13M

DynCorp International announced Thursday it secured three task orders with a potential value of around $13 million by the 772nd Enterprise Sourcing Squadron and the AFCAP Government Team.

Work was awarded through the Air Force Contract Augmentation Program III which covers world-wide base-operating support and temporary construction on a rolling basis.

The first contract has a potential value of $10.5 million and includes maintenance and materiel control support in Afghanistan. It has a one-year base period and two one-year options.

The second is for work on fire alarm and fire suppression systems throughout base facilities in the United Arab Emirates.

It has a one-year base period and two one-year options and is valued around $2.3 million if all options are met.

The third order supports the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs through local fire department augmentation. It has a potential value of $407,546 and a 196-day base period.

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