DynCorp Lands $77M US Army Logistics Contract; Randy Bockenstedt Comments

Randy Bockenstedt
Randy Bockenstedt

DynCorp International has been awarded two contracts worth up to $77 million combined to assist the U.S. Army geographic combatant command in North America and the Pacific in operational planningfunctions.

The task orders fall under the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program IV vehicle and both contain a one-year base period and two one-year options, the company said Monday.

“DI’s LOGCAP team is proud to provide operational planning support at the NORTHCOM and PACOM GCC headquarters, leading LOGCAP contingency requirements in these geographic regions,” said Randy Bockenstedt, senior vice president for DynCorp’s DynLogistics business group.

“Through this opportunity, DI is well positioned for promoting our diverse capabilities in response to future military and disaster and humanitarian relief requirements.”

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