DynCorp wins USAF C2 and maintenance services award
DynCorp has been awarded a $308.6 million contract for aviation command and control operations and maintenance services for the US Air Force.
Under the terms of the contract it will provide air traffic control, airfield management and associated maintenance support, and work will be carried out in the Air Force Central Command's area of responsibility that covers southwest Asia.
Expected to completed by 31 July 2024, DynCorp won a competition against three other bidders to win the contract award.
$379,576 of the contract amount has been awarded so far, and work will be carried out under the remit of the Air Combat Command's acquisitions management and integration centre based at Langley AFB in Virginia.
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