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Review of Dyncorp International, LLC, Contract Number S-LMAQM-04-C-0030, Task Order 0338, for the Iraqi Police Training Program Support

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In Iraq, the Department of State DoS Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs INL is responsible for assisting in the development of police capabilities. INL, as the program execution office, used the Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund IRRF to provide funding for Iraqi police training and assigned a contracting officer representative COR to monitor contract activities. The DoS Office of Acquisition Management provided contracting officer support to INL. The DoS awarded contract number S-LMAQM-04-C-0030 to DynCorp International, LLC DynCorp, on Feb 18, 2004. The contract was for a base year and four one-year options and had a potential value of about 1.8 billion. As part of this contract, DoS issued task order number 0338, with a not-to-exceed value of 188.7 million, in June 2004 to DynCorp for an initial 3-month period to provide training services for international police liaison officers training support equipment construction of a residential camp on the Adnan Palace grounds in Baghdad to house training personnel and construction of five regional camps at selected locations in Iraq. As of Oct 14, 2006, INL authorized, and DoS paid DynCorp 150.8 million for work performed through May 2006 under Task Order 0338. There was an additional 1.1 million in labor costs that was invoiced by DynCorp in Oct 2006 for which INL approved provisional payment on Nov 8, 2006, subject to subsequent reviews, audits, and appropriate adjustments. The bulk of activity under this task order was completed by Oct 22, 2004, but activities related to the residential camp continued to at least June 2006. The actions relating to the establishment of the residential camp, as contained in Task Order 0338, and the performance of unauthorized work by DynCorp are the principal foci of this report. The Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction SIGIR and the DoS Office of the Inspector General jointly conducted this review.

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  • Administration and Management
  • Economics and Cost Analysis
  • Structural Engineering and Building Technology

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