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  • DynCorp Information Systems (DIS) has been awarded a contract with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Environmental Satellite Data and Information Service (NOAA/NESDIS).  DIS will conduct a study of commercial C-band satcom user terminal design options for the reception of very high-resolution observational environmental data from the next generation of Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites (GOES).  

This study will investigate          multi-satellite/multi-band receive antenna designs, higher order signal modulation techniques, advanced error correcting algorithms and associated state-of-the-art satellite technology. 

NOAA/NESDIS is currently developing specifications for the next generation of high-resolution GOES weather satellites. The agency is using studies to evaluate a number of competing and complementary technologies for the distribution of observational environmental data from the satellites.

           Contact: Richard Warren, (703) 818-4555


  • DynCorp Information & Enterprise Technology (I&ET), Inc., has been awarded two of four prime task blocks under a major consolidation of FCC system technical support contracts. DynCorp will also act as a subcontractor to Titan Systems of San Diego, Ca., on a third task block.

          Contact: Lisa Douds, (703) 261 - 5110

  • DynCorp Technical Services (DTS), has been awarded a contract to provide total base support to Maxwell Air Force Base and the Gunter Annex. Both facilities are located in Montgomery, Ala. DynCorp will provide a broad range of base operations support services, including information technology (IT) and communications, human resources, administrative and civil engineering support as part of the five plus year, nearly $300 million program.

DynCorp will open a transition office in Montgomery during early 2002.  The Maxwell / Gunter contract transition period begins in June of 2002 and DynCorp will assume base operations responsibilities in August. Special outreach activities are planned to inform the affected civil service and military members at Maxwell who desire employment with DynCorp and its team of subcontractors. Every effort will be made to fill positions using the experienced incumbent workforce. Until the transition office opens, a special transition website is available at www.dynmaxwell.com



  • DynCorp Information & Enterprise Technology, Inc., won in recompetition an IT services and support contract for the Naval Education and Training Professional Development and Technology Center (NETPDTC). The contract, with one base year and three one-year options, has a potential total value of $60 million. DynCorp will perform the work for NETPDTC by providing IT support services including analysis and programming, operations, hardware/software integration, network/communications support and information assurance. Work will take place at locations in Pensacola, Fla.; Great Lakes, Ill.; Norfolk, Va.; San Diego, Calif.; Newport, R.I.; Bremerton, Wash.; Kings Bay, Ga.; Groton, Conn.; Meridian, Miss.; Corpus Christi, Texas; Athens, Ga.; Biloxi, Miss.; Panama City, Fla.; San Antonio, Texas; and Charleston, S.C.


  • DynCorp Information & Enterprise Technology (I&ET)  has been awarded a seven-year task order to provide information technology support services to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).  Under the agreement, DynCorp I&ET and its key teaming partner, PlanetGov, will manage and operate all SEC infrastructure facilities, hardware, software and systems relating to non-EDGAR systems. (EDGAR is the SEC's Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis and Retrieval system.) Services will include help desk operations, data center support and operations, technology deployment support and technology test lab support. Work will be performed at locations in Alexandria, Va., Washington, D.C., and at the SEC's 11 regional and district offices around the country.

          Contact: Ruth Bowers, (703) 261 - 5140


  • DynCorp has been awarded a contract to provide personnel to operate, maintain and safeguard shipboard communications equipment, local area networks and associated information technology systems aboard four vessels belonging to the Military Sealift Command. The contract consists of one base year and four one- year extension options, will be managed by Dyn Marine and Logistics Services, a unit of DynCorp Technical Services. Total fixed price value of the contract is more than $13.7 million.

        Contact: DavidPayne,  (703) 264 - 8489 


  • DynCorp Technical Services (DTS) has been awarded a $6.5 million contract modification from the United States Air Force's Air Combat Command (ACC) for the procurement and assembly of upgraded radio systems for 29 of ACC's 94 B-52H aircraft. Under the contract modification, DTS will procure and assemble 29 Demand Assigned Multiple Access modem-equipped AN/ARC-210 (V) radio systems and two ground-based training laboratories.

         Contact: Tony Wayne, (817) 732-4481



  • DynCorp will continue to provide the FCC with comprehensive programming and analysis services. Additionally, DynCorp will provide the management and technical personnel required to analyze, design, develop, test, implement, document and maintain the build- out of existing and future automated information systems. This work will be performed at the Washington, DC; Gettysburg, Pa.; and Columbia, Md. locations.

          Contact: Lisa Douds, (703) 261 - 5110




  • DynCorp Information & Enterprise Technology unit (I&ET) will continue to support the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Superfund Sample Management Office (SMO). Under the SMO contract, DynCorp will provide centralized operational, technical and administrative support to the EPA's Analytical Operations/Data Quality Center. The work includes sample scheduling and tracking, analytical chemistry data review and assessment, information management and information systems operation and maintenance.

          Contact: Dick Thacker, (703) 264-9103



  • DynCorp Technical Services LLC (DTS), will develop non-propulsion electronics and Virginia class submarine Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence Systems as well as other related ship-board weapons systems for the Naval Undersea Warfare Center’s SEAWOLF program. DTS will provide upfront engineering services, maintenance and training, as well as software development for all SEAWOLF non-propulsion electronics and fast attack submarines.

          Contact: Mark Ney, (401) 848 - 2267




  • DynCorp Management Resources (DMR) will provide non- emergency transportation brokerage for four of seven regions in the Commonwealth of Virginia. A call center will be located in Pulaski, Virginia to process and route all calls. DMR will handle contract management, quality assurance, accounting and reconciliation, and provider relations, including vehicle credentialing and inspections.

    Contact: Ray Blanco: (303) 861-9696



  • DynCorp Information Systems will enhance the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC)’s ability to respond quickly to the e- Business needs of the Department of Defense (DoD). The task order includes Web architecture, applications development, construction of enterprise portals, Web site development and systems and database administrative support. DTIC provides Web services to DoD organizations including the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Defense Information Systems Agency, the Air Force, and DTIC's traditional scientific and technical communities.





  • DynCorp Information & Enterprise Technology subsidiary has been awarded a contract to provide the Information Presentation Component (IPC) and Transportation Network Component (TNC) portions of the Trilogy infrastructure modernization project for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The work will be performed by DynCorp Information Systems, LLC and teammates Getronics, CACI, GTSI, Oracle Services, Baltimore Technologies, Orizon and Trusted Computer Systems. Under the award, DynCorp Information Systems will upgrade approximately 27,000 FBI desktops and 350 servers at 650 locations worldwide to a common system and provide training support. DynCorp Information Systems also will implement high-speed local- and wide-area network communications at the agency. The task order is scheduled to be completed within two to three years. Work will be performed at FBI locations, including major operations in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.

           Contact: Rob Keith: (703) 461-2229




  • DynCorp TechServ will standardize and consolidate the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) distributed computing environment under the GSA Seat Management master contract. The contract will enable FHWA to implement an IT infrastructure that will further increase the agency's staff efficiency and productivity. Under this 10-year contract, DynCorp Information and Enterprise technology will establish and sustain managed life-cycle support services-from transition to 24-hour seven-day-a-week maintenance-to geographically dispersed users. These services will meet the federally mandated IT management criteria defined in the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996.




  • DynCorp's Information & Enterprise Technology will continue to support the U.S. Navy Analysis and Assessment Center by providing technical services to the command, which acts as the Navy's Independent Assessment Agent. The eight-year task order encompasses all activities necessary to provide information technology, technical, engineering, operational and ancillary services., and was awarded by the General Services Administration's Federal Technology Service, Federal Systems Integration and Management Center under the Millennia Multiple Award Contract.

           Contact: Ruth Bowers, (703) 261 - 5140

  • DynCorp Management Resources (DMR) will administer and staff a new Child Support Customer Service Center for the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, Child Support Enforcement Unit, the first stand-alone Child Support Call Center in the nation.
    Contact:  Dave DeBrandt
    (703) 261-4982

  • DynCorp Management Resources will establish and maintain a full service child support program in New Hanover County, NC from an office located in Wilmington. Services provided include establishing paternity, establishing child support orders, locating non-custodial parents whose whereabouts may be unknown and initiating enforcement proceedings for past or new support orders.
    Contact:  Dave DeBrandt
    (703) 261-4982

  • DynCorp I&ET will provide specialized technical support to the EPA aimed at improving the assessment of efficacy and regulation of antimicrobial pesticide products sold nationwide.
    Contact:  Venkat Rao
    (703) 461-2246

  • Under this six year government-wide contract -- which has an estimated ceiling value of $300 million -- DynCorp, and its New York-based teaming partner Verizon Enterprise Solutions, will provide to the Justice Management Division of the DOJ comprehensive IT services - from hardware maintenance, software technical support and help desk to asset/configuration management, UNIX operating system administration and operations support.
    Contact:John Koutsares
    (703) 440-2218

  • Under this one-year order, DynCorp will perform scheduled, unscheduled and over and above tasks including heavy sheet metal repairs and modifications, mechanical inspections and repairs, electrical inspections and other repairs and modifications associated with programmed depot maintenance requirements. The effort will involve 160 members of DynCorp's Contract Field Team organization.
    Contact:  Jimmie Ellis
    (817) 570-1863

  • DMR has established and maintains full service child support programs in Onslow County from offices located in Jacksonville, NC.  Services provided include establishing paternity, establishing child support orders, locating individuals whose whereabouts may be unknown, and initiating enforcement proceedings for past or new support orders.
    Contact:  Dave DeBrandt
    (703) 261-4982

  • DMR maintains full service child support programs in Beaufort County from offices located in Washington, NC.  Services provided include establishing paternity, establishing child support orders, locating individuals whose whereabouts may be unknown, and initiating enforcement proceedings for past or new support orders.
    Contact:  Dave DeBrandt
    (703) 261-4982

  • Valued in excess of $280 million, this contract is for a 10-year performance period and covers maintenance and base supply functions at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland.  The mission of the 89th Airlift Wing is to provide safe, comfortable and reliable aircraft support for the President, Vice President, First Lady, cabinet members, members of Congress, foreign heads of state and other high ranking government officials. First priority is given to the Senior Executive Service and Presidential Pilot's Office.
    Contact:  Clarence (Len) Campbell
    (301) 536-7076

  • DynCorp TechServ, LLC, was selected to serve as a prime vendor for a first-ever, state-awarded contract for Seat Management Services (SMS). As a primary contractor, DynCorp TechServ will lead a diverse team of seat management service providers in offering the Commonwealth of Virginia a full range of basic, enhanced and value-added services and integrated solutions.
    Contact:  Dave DeBrandt
    (703) 261-4982

  • $13.8 million task order from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Management, Organization and Business Improvement Services (MOBIS) contract vehicle. DynCorp will provide management assistance with a national survey that assesses contamination levels in fish.
    Contact:  Lynn Riddick
    (703) 461-2060

  • While DynCorp Technical Services provides aircraft maintenance and logistics support worldwide, this contract win enhances the depth of DTS capabilities as the premier maintainer of aircraft for a fleet of 169 C-12/RC-12 aircraft and 22 UC-35 fixed wing aircraft for the U.S. Army. The scope of work for the contract includes all phases of commercial maintenance, material management, repair and modification to airframe, engines, and components of aircraft.
    Contact:  Pat Oler
    (817) 570-2843

  • This contract win at Vance AFB enhances the depth of DynCorp Technical Services' capabilities as the premier maintainer of T-37, T-38, and T-1A aircraft, aerospace ground equipment and associated ground support equipment, and precision measurement equipment laboratory.
    Contact:  Donald Craigie
    (580) 213-7226

  • DynCorp I&ET will provide end-to-end personnel security investigation services to the Defense Security Service (DSS) of the Department of Defense (DoD). This 20-month indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract has a potential value of $25 million.
    Contact: George Regan
    (703) 261-4719

  • Under the terms of this contract, DynCorp Management Resources will provide legal and administrative assistance for the child support enforcement program in seven judicial districts in the state. Three program offices will be established to provide centralized services for approximately 17,000 cases, including the establishment, enforcement, modification of general and medical support orders, performing related collections activities and establishing wage withholdings.
    Contact:  Dave DeBrandt
    (703) 261-4982

  • DynCorp Information & Enterprise Technology won an eight-year, $752 million contract to support the Naval Air Warfare Center-Training Systems Division's U.S. Army Simulation Training and Instrumentation Command (STRICOM), headquartered in Orlando, Fl. DynCorp will provide information technology Life Cycle Contractor Support services for U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps Virtual Training devices performed in 36 U.S. and international locations. To date, this is the largest task order awarded to DynCorp under the General Services Administration's Federal Technology Service Applications 'n Support for Widely-diverse EndUser Requirements (ANSWER) program.
    Contact:  Mike Parmelee
    (407) 380-9191
  • The Electronic Proving Grounds contract in support of the U.S. Army to NewTec, a joint venture of DynCorp Technical Services.  NewTec will provide scientific and engineering support; research and development; operation and maintenance of equipment, systems and facilities; and administrative services support.
    Contact:  Bob Rosenkranz
    (703) 264-9331

  • A Blanket Purchase Agreement with a potential value of $2 million from the General Services Administration to provide system configuration and database administration services.  As a subcontractor, DynCorp Information & Enterprise Technology will continue to provide application development and database administration for the Federal Aircraft Inventory Reporting System -- a tracking process for aircraft owned or managed by all federal civil agencies. DynCorp will also play a key role in development of the next generation Federal Inventory Reporting System for Transportation, which is a government-wide tracking system for federally-owned vehicles.
    Contact: Bob Carr
    (703) 261-5130
  • A $4.1 million, five-year contract from the U.S. Army to provide communications support for the 111th Signal Battalion's Alternate Joint Communications Center (Site R). DynCorp Information & Enterprise Technology and its partner, Computer Sciences Corporation, will provide support to Site R during the transition from the Department of Defense's former dedicated military messaging system, AUTODIN, to the agency's new Defense Messaging System. DynCorp will also provide support and training services.
    Contact: Bob Carr
    (703) 261-5130
  • DynCorp Information Systems (DIS) will analyze operational considerations associated with broadcasting the next generation Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) images via commercial C-Band satellite systems. This study contract is a follow-on to previous  work done on behalf of National Environmental Satellite Data and Information Services (NESDIS). The contract requires DIS to develop preliminary system designs and quantify the relationship between performance, equipment complexity and cost for broadcasting the next generation GOES images to users in North and South America and other Western Hemisphere locations.
    Contact: Richard Warren
    (703) 818-4555
  • A five-year, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract with the Department of State (DOS), Bureau of Diplomatic Security, to provide personal protective services worldwide. DynCorp Technical Services will administer the contract, which has a potential value of $50.3 million. DynCorp, one of two companies to receive the award, has performed personal protective services for the DOS for the past three years under a similar contract.
    Contact: Bob Kasper
  • A $250,000 GSA award to DynMeridian to support the Director, Operations and Support Special Access Programs (O&S SAP) Central Office, Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). Assistance will be provided in analyzing policy and regulatory requirements for the management, functioning and oversight of the OSD-level O&S SAP Central Office. This includes production of studies, analyses, briefings, evaluations and associated documentation in support of the O&S SAP Central Office management mission.
    Contact: Amy Knowles
    (703) 461-2149
  • An extension of the seven-year Justice Consolidated Office Network (JCON) contract, initially awarded in March 1996. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has exercised the fourth option year of the contract with DynCorp Information Systems. The program, a single-vendor indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract, allows DOJ organizations to acquire a common set of office automation hardware and software. Offerings available through the program include network design and installation; Windows-based document processing, scheduling and electronic mail; and installation, training and system support.
    Contact: Doug Cheek
    (703) 818-4139
  • DynCorp Technical Services is a subcontractor to Dynamic Research Corporation (DRC), Andover, Maryland, on this five-year, $370 million indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract to support the Air Logistics Center at Hill Air Force Base, Ogden, Utah. The work is part of the Air Force's Design and Engineering Support Program (DESP), which splits the design and manufacturing sides of the contract.
    Contact: Tony Wayne
    (817) 737-1670
  • A two-year contract extension by Tinker Air Force Base to provide aircraft and ground equipment support maintenance at U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force installations worldwide. Under the contract, more than 2,600 DynCorp employees are responsible for providing labor services necessary to perform modification, maintenance or repair weapons systems and support equipment. DynCorp renewed the contract, which it has held since 1951, in October 1997.
    Contact: John Shinnick

    (703) 264-9230
  • A contract to manage the Air Force's Prepositioned Reserves in the Middle East. Under the contract, Dyncorp Technical Services will perform operations, maintenance and support of prepositioned war reserve material in southwest Asia and operation of supply stock control at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C. The program will employ approximately 950 people at six operating sites in the Middle East. The work force will include U.S., British and local nationals. The cost-plus-fixed fee contract will run from July 2000 through April 2007 with a cumulative total value of more than $169 million.
    Contact: Jay Gorman
  • DynCorp Technical Services (DTS), Range and Logistics Services, was selected by the U.S. Department of State for the $35 million, five-year Security Equipment Maintenance Program (SEMP).  Under the new contract, a recompete of one DTS has supported for more than 15 years, the company will provide expert, quick response security services at more than 195 embassies worldwide.
    Contact: Dennis Egan
  • Won by DynPar, a joint venture between DynCorp and top engineering firm Parsons Corp., this contract entails performing all civil engineering functions at Tinker, including facilities maintenance, engineering and design, management of family housing and disaster preparedness.
    Contact:  John Shinnick
  • DynCorp Technical Services, International Technical Services (ITS), has been awarded a CPFF contract to Support the government of Kuwait L100-30KU and Supply Support programs.  ITS will provide technical, maintenance, logistics and related services.  This is a three-year contract valued at approximately $6.5 million.
    Contact:  Mannie Farren
  • DynCorp Technical Services will service NASA aircraft at Goddard's Wallops Flight Facility at Wallops Island, Virginia.  DTS will operate and maintain a Beechcraft Super Air King 200 used for NASA administrative purposes, as well as a P3B Orion and C-130 Hercules used for science and range support missions.
    Contact:  Gary Richardson
  • Under this five year contract, employees of DynCorp's subsidiary, FMAS Corp., will, among other responsibilities,  operate a Clinical Data Abstraction Center and collect, process and analyze medical records in support of HCFA's Medicare quality improvement initiatives.
    Contact:  Bob Patenaude
  • DynCorp Information & Enterprise Technology will support CIO information technology service requirements for four of the U.S. Air Force research laboratory offices in this $32.4 million task order under the General Services Administration (GSA) Applications 'n Support for Widely-diverse EndUser Requirements (ANSWER) program.
    Contact:  Dave Chandler