DynCorp International has won a potential $48.6 million task order from the State Department to provide logistics support services to U.S. nationals serving in the United Nations’ police force in Haiti.
The multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract from the department’s bureau of international narcotics and law enforcement affairs contains one base year and three one year options, DynCorp said Tuesday.
Company team members will be responsible for helping hire and train up to 100 U.N. police and 10 U.N. corrections advisers.
Michael Vane, DynCorp group vice president for training and intelligence solutions, said the company is aiming to help the U.N. police enforce laws in Haiti.
The company will also provide five Creole and French speakers to the Haitian National Police Academy and academy classes.
Since 2008, the company has helped train more than 400 Haitian national police officers under a separate task order.