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DynCorp International Selected for DoD’s $14B ACES Contract

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DynCorp International Selected for DoD’s $14B ACES Contract

DynCorp International has secured one of eight spots on the Department of Defense’s $14B, multiple-award Aircraft Maintenance Enterprise Solution indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. 

The other companies eligible for ACES task orders are AECOM Management Services, AKIMA Logistics Services, Jacobs Technology, Leidos, M1 Support Services, PAE Services and Vertex Aerospace. Companies included in the ACES IDIQ contractor pool will compete to provide organizational-level maintenance services for the Air Force’s aircraft platforms, with the exception of rotary-wing, tiltrotor and remotely piloted aircraft, Air Force Technology reported.

In a statement, DynAviation President Joe Dunaway welcomed the opportunity to continue providing first-class support to the Air Force’s critical missions worldwide. 

DynCorp International was previously under contract in 2018 with the Air Force to provide aircraft maintenance at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland. 

Christine Peyton, senior director of DI Air Force Programs, shared Dunaway’s sentiment. According to Peyton, the company is eager to continue supporting the Air Education and Training Command and ensure their mission success.

Work for the ACES IDIQ is slated to be performed through September 2031. Details about work locations will be provided in the individual task orders awarded under the contract. 

The DOD is not obliged to provide any funds at the time of award.

The Air Force Installation Contracting Center in Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, is the contracting activity.

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