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Afghanistan MOD Development Contract


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DynCorp International
: 19 February, 2010  (Application Story)
DynCorp International to provide training and development support for NATO in developing the Afghanistan Ministry of Defence
The US.Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) has awarded DynCorp International a $232.4 million cost-plus-fixed fee contract to assist the Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan (CSTC-A) and NATO Training Mission (NTM) by providing mentors and trainers to develop the Afghanistan Ministry of Defence (MOD.) This new contract has a 2-year base period valued at $157.8 million, including a 60-day Phase-In period to full performance. The total potential contract value is $232.4 million if the one year option period is exercised.


Under this Afghanistan Ministry of Defense Program Support contract, DynCorp International will provide dedicated in-depth mentoring, training, subject matter expertise, and programmatic support to CSTC-A staff and the Afghanistan MOD. The program supports development of organizational capacity and capability to assist Afghanistan MOD and Afghan National Army (ANA) forces in assuming full responsibility for their own security needs. DynCorp International will provide an estimated 275 qualified personnel to support the CSTC-A staff across numerous functional areas.

“We are honoured to have this opportunity to contribute to the security transition in Afghanistan,” said DynCorp International President and CEO William Ballhaus. “This new contract builds on our extensive in-country experience training and advising the Afghan National Police, as we support the US government’s efforts to bring security and stability to Afghanistan.”
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