LOGCAP IV

LOGCAP — Logistics Civil Augmentation Program — is an Army initiative to hire civilian contractors to perform services supporting the U.S. military in wartime and other contingencies. Use of contractors allows military units to focus on combat operations.

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Job opportunities in Iraq and/or in Afghanistan, are available and I have composed a useful list of companies and Task Orders for you. It helps if you have military or LOGCAP experience, but some companies hire personnel without it.

A lot of the jobs are by contract only. The contracts are usually for one year at a time. Some give you a monthly salary. Others pay you a base salary plus hazard duty pay because you are in a war zone.

Competition for these jobs has stiffened in the last few months as the economy sinks in the United States.

The new task orders are the continuation of the Army’s plan to transition work from the single-award LOGCAP III contract to the multiple-award LOGCAP IV contract. So far, there have been 10, possibly 11,  task orders awarded under LOGCAP IV.

Fluor Intercontinental, Greenville, S.C., is being awarded a $1.5 billion task order cost plus award fee contract for the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program IV (LOGCAP IV) services in Afghanistan. Work is to be performed in Greenville, S.C. (5 percent), and Afghanistan (95 percent) with an estimated completion date of July 1, 2010. Three bids solicited with three bids received. Rock Island Contracting Center, Rock Island, Ill., is the contracting activity (W52P1J-07-D-0008). Fluor is teamed with ITT for LOGCAP IV.

Task Order 1 – Program Management Office Staffing – $331K
Task Order 2 – Services in support for Afghanistan Area of Operations (AOR) Expansion – $68.9M for the period of performance one-year with four unpriced option years.
Task Order 3 – Services in support of Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) Kuwait- $4.5M for a transition period and one full year at at full performance. Up to four option years may also be awarded at the discretion of the government.
Task Order 4 – Services in support of the Afghanistan South Expansion – $247M for the period of performance one-year with four unpriced option years.
Task Order 5 – Logistics support for the Afghanistan North Area of Responsibility (AOR) – $634.2M for the one-year base plus four one year options with a total evaluated value of $7 billion.
Task Order 6 – Support and services to the US military and government personnel following the disastrous after affects of the January 12 2010 Haiti earthquake
Task Order ? (Africa) – Delivering logistical support throughout Continental Africa and the simultaneous construction of several remote camps.

DynCorp International LLC, Fort Worth, Texas is being awarded a $1.5 billion task order cost plus award fee contract for the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program IV (LOGCAP IV) services in Afghanistan.

Work is to be performed in Fort Worth, Texas (5 percent), and Afghanistan (95 percent) with an estimated completion date of July 1, 2010. Three bids solicited with three bids received. Rock Island Contracting Center, Rock Island, Ill., is the contracting activity (W52P1J-07-D-0007). Dyncorp International is teamed with CH2M Hill and Agility Defense and Government Services (formerly PWC Logistics) for LOGCAP IV.

Task Order 1 – Program Management Office Staffing – $1.7M
Task Order 2 – Services in support of Kuwait Area of Operations – $77M for a transition period and one year at full performance. Up to four option years may also be awarded at the discretion of the government.
Task Order 3 – Support of Udairi Airfield Kuwait – $20.8M for a transition period and one year at full performance. Up to four option years may also be awarded at the discretion of the government.
Task Order 4 – Logistics support for the Afghanistan-South Area of Responsibility – $643.5M for the one-year base plus four one year options with a total evaluated value of $5.874 billion.

Afghanistan Life Support Services Contract

The first is for RSO (Regional Security Officer) Support Services, which has a base period of one year with four one-year option periods, for a total potential of $10.7 million. Under this contract, DI will provide RSO Support Operations to the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan.

The second is for Waste Management Services, which has a base period of one year with three one-year option periods, for a total potential of $1.1 million. Under this contract, DI will establish and maintain waste removal and drain line maintenance programs in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Task Order 8 is for MWR/Warehouse, which has a base period of one year with three one-year option periods, for a total of $1.4 million. Under this task order, DI will augment staffing for the Foreign Service General Services Officers (GSO) warehousing and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) staffing.

Task Order 9 is for Transportation and Shuttle Services, which has a base period of one year with four one-year option periods, for a total of $2.9 million. Under this task order, DI will provide transportation and shuttle services for the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Task Order 10 is for Vehicle Maintenance, which has a base period of one year with four one-year option periods, for a total of $6.1 million. Under this task order, DI will run vehicle maintenance support services on the Vehicle Maintenance requirements of the Embassy mission.

Task Order 11 is for Fire and Medical Emergency Support Services, which has a base period of one year with four one-year option periods, for a total of $50.1 million. Under this task order, DI will offer Emergency Support Services encompassing Fire and Medical Services at the Kabul Embassy Compound and Camp Alvarado.

DI now has eight task orders under this contract, for a total of $283.2 million.

KBR – Contract # W52P1J-07-D-0009

Task Order 1 – Program Management Office Staffing – $852K
– Task Order 2 – CTP – Corps Logistics Support Services (CLSS), Theater Transportation Mission (TTM), Postal Services, Ice Plant Operations, and some Air Terminal Operations to support the U.S. armed forces throughout Iraq – $2.345B.
Task Order 3 – Support U.S. Army and Navy missions at five sites in Bahrain. The Period of Performance is one base year plus one option year and is valued at approximately $28M.

– KBR in Bahrain – KBR will execute the LOGCAP IV Bahrain combat service support requirements for U.S. forces in Sheik Isa Airbase and Riffa Army support and Raydome. The period of performance is one base year, plus four option years and is valued at $53.5 million. This award is KBR’s fifth task order under the LOGCAP IV contract. Under the task order KBR will provide support to the U.S. forces in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Services will include facilities maintenance, operations and maintenance, food service, billeting, power generation, and waste management.

SERCO – Contract # W52P1J07D0010 – Services in support of analysis, planning support and logistics – $45 M for the one base year with four option years with a total evaluated value of $225M.

Vectrus (formerly ITT Exelis)

Vectrus Systems Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Vectrus, Inc. (NYSE: VEC), was awarded a $14 million firm-fixed-price installation services task order in support of the U.S. Air Force at Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan. The task order, awarded under the Air Force Contract Augmentation Program IV or AFCAP IV, includes a base year and three years of potential option periods.

“The AFCAP program supports the global contingency missions of the Air Force and other U.S. government agencies,” said Chuck Prow, chief executive officer at Vectrus. “Our work with the Air Force continues to grow and we are excited to announce another task order win under the AFCAP program.”
The contract will begin on Mar. 23, 2017. Vectrus will provide logistics services in support of the Bagram Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron.

Vectrus Systems Corp., Colorado Springs, Colorado, was awarded a $521,591,126 modification (P00133) to contract W52P1J-10-C-0062 for services for Kuwait base operations and security support services in the Kuwait area of responsibility.

Work will be performed in Kuwait with an estimated completion date of March 28, 2018.

Main contract holders for LOGCAP IV:

Fluor : http://www.fluor.com
Flour virtual recruiter schedule: http://www.workatfluor.com
DynCorp :
http://www.dyncorprecruiting.com
KBR:
http://kbrjobs.com