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DynCorp Subsidiary Holds Prime Spot on $2.5B USAID Support Contract; George Krivo Comments

DynCorp Subsidiary Holds Prime Spot on $2.5B USAID Support Contract; George Krivo Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event

DynCorpLogoA DynCorp International subsidiary holds a position on a potential $2.5 billion contract to help the U.S. Agency for International Development promote democracy and peace in nations undergoing political transition.

Casals & Associates will work with USAID’s office of transition initiative and local agency partners that work to fulfill U.S. foreign policy goals of promoting stability in Latin America, Africa and the Caribbean, DynCorp said Thursday.

George Krivo, senior vice president at DynLogistics, said Casals has been supporting USAID for 10 years.

The subsidiary will compete for task orders under the potential five-year, multiple-award Support Which Implements Fast Transition IV vehicle.

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