State Dept. Taps DynCorp for Afghanistan Life Support Services

The Department of State has tasked DynCorp International to provide Afghanistan life support services under three new orders cumulatively valued at $7.9M.

The company said Monday it will revamp the Regional Security Officer’s programs and activities, maintain associated equipment, and administer mail services for the U.S. Embassy in Kabul under a $2.2M order.

An additional $1.8M order provides for staffing services in support of the embassy, and lastly, a third order valued at $3.9M tasks DynCorp to provide managed information technology services.

The orders make up the 15th, 16th and 17th entries under the Afghanistan Life Support Services contract.

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