Navy contingency services deal goes to DynCorp

A five-year, $450 million contract from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command to deliver global disaster response services has been awarded to a team of three companies, led by DynCorp International Inc.

DynCorp International's team includes Parsons Global Services Inc., Pasadena, Calif., and PWC Logistics, Safat, Kuwait. The three companies won the award under the banner of Contingency Response Services LLC, their partnership group.

The Navy will use the contract to obtain services via individual tasks in response to natural disasters, humanitarian efforts and interim or transitional base operating needs.

Work includes facility operations and maintenance, air operations and port operations. The companies also will be called on to provide health care, supply and warehousing support. Other services called for in the contract include feeding those in need, housing support, and emergency services, including security, fire and rescue.

Additional work may include vehicle and equipment repair, incidental construction and morale, welfare and recreation support.

Ethan Butterfield is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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