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DynCorp wins GSA task order

Engineering support services are to be provided to the U.S. Army's Corpus Christi Depot by DynCorp International under a General Services Administration task order.
By Richard Tomkins   |   April 14, 2014 at 5:43 AM   |   Comments

MCLEAN, Va., April 14 (UPI) -- The U.S. General Services Administration has given DynCorp International a task order for engineering support services.

The services, under the GSA’s Logistics Worldwide contract, will support the Storage, Analysis, Failure evaluation, and Reclamation Program at the Corpus Christi Army Depot, Texas, which in turn supports the aviation repair maintenance process through the collection, warehousing, inspection fault-data collection, remediation engineering failure analysis, engineering repair development, and reclamation of supply parts for repair development dispositions.

"The DI team has successfully performed on this program since 1989, providing the highest level of support to maintenance program and item managers at the Aviation and Missile Command Logistics Center and the Corpus Christi Army Depot," said Jim Myles, DynCorp International senior vice president, DynAviation.

DynCorp International said the task order has a one-year base period with four option years. Its potential value is $5 million.

Additional details of DynCorp’s services were not provided by the company.

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