DynCorp Picked for Magazine’s Top Vet-Owned Business Partner List; Steve Gaffney Comments

Steve Gaffney
Steve Gaffney

The National Veteran-Owned Business Association’s Vetrepreneur magazine has selected DynCorp International as one of the top 25 companies in the U.S. that work with veteran-owned businesses. 

DynCorp has been included in the list for the eighth year in a row and will be recognized in the magazine’s April issue, DynCorp announced Tuesday.

“More than 60% of our employees are veterans – we know that veterans and veteran-owned businesses understand our customers and their needs,” said Steve Gaffney, DynCorp chairman and CEO.

“Partnering with veteran-owned businesses is an integral part of how we deliver results for those that we serve.” 

NaVOBA provides industry news to over three million veteran-owned businesses.

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