$82 BILLION Awarded to Four Defense Contractors in Historic LOGCAP V Program

$82 BILLION Awarded to Four Defense Contractors in Historic LOGCAP V Program

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The United States Army has named four defense companies as prime contractors on its massive $82 billion Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (?LOGCAP?) contract. LOGCAP is an international program administered by the U.S. Army to provide contracted support to bolster the Army force overseas. In December 2001, LOGCAP III was awarded to Kellogg, Brown and Root (?KBR?). Under LOGCAP IV, KBR competed for task orders with two other bidding contractors, namely DynCorp International, LLC and Fluor Intercontinental Inc. The US Army?s declassified PowerPoint presentation on the LOGCAP program can be found here.

Through date, 13 task orders have been awarded under the LOGCAP program including project management offices, services in Kuwait, services in Afghanistan, relief effort to aid the victims of the earthquake in Haiti, and to provide logistics, transportation, and postal services in Iraq.

According to the U.S. Army Contracting Command, $82,000,000,000.00 in LOGCAP V contracts have been awarded to four contracting companies to provide support services to the U.S. Military at military installations across the globe. The relevant Request for Proposal (RFP) number associated with the award is W52P1J-16-R-0001.

The companies awarded the $82 Billion dollar contract include Vectrus Systems, Pacific Architects and Engineers (?PAE?), KBR, and Fluor.

  • PAE-Parsons Global Logistics Services, LLC was awarded $34,596,500.37 on April 12, 2019 to perform contract number W52P1J-19-D-0047. This contract is specifically with SOUTHCOM Setting the Theater Task Order. Additional details can be found here. PAE Careers can be found here.
  • Fluor Intercontinental, Inc. was awarded $137,222,537.90 on April 12, 2019 to perform contract number W52P1J-19-D-0046. This contract is specifically with AFRICOM Setting the Theater Task Order. Additional details can be found here. Fluor International Careers can be found here.
  • Vectrus Systems Corporation was awarded $1,382,769,941.05 on April 12, 2019 to perform contract number W52P1J-19-D-0045. This contract was awarded for two support missions, namely, PACOM Setting the Theater Task Order, and CENTCOM Setting the Theater Task Order. Additional details can be found here. Vectrus Systems careers can be found here.
  • Kellogg Brown and Root Services, Inc. was awarded $1,949,337,514.05 on April 12, 2019 to perform contract number W52P1J-19-D-OO44. This contract was awarded to support three missions, namely, EUCOM Setting the Theater Task Order, NORTHCOM Setting the Theater Task Order, and The Afghanistan Performance Task Order. Additional details can be found here. KBR careers can be found here.

Of importance, all injured contractors working under the above contracts are covered under the Defense Base Act, regardless of citizenship. The Defense Base Act is a federal workers? compensation framework that provides medical benefits and compensation benefits to injured contractors, and funeral expenses and death compensation benefits to deceased contractors. The Defense Base Act is an injured workers? sole remedy for injury, so retaining an experienced attorney to handle your claim at the outset is absolutely critical. Please contact us here should you have any questions about your entitlement to Defense Base Act compensation benefits.

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