Amentum, under its legacy company DynCorp International, has been awarded a contract by Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations to provide national aviation maintenance and logistics services.
The contract is estimated at over $1.3 billion and has a base year plus nine option years and a 3-month extension option. It is defined as a hybrid firm fixed price, cost plus incentive fee and cost reimbursable contract.
“We are delighted with this opportunity to serve Customs and Border Protection,” said Joe Dunaway, president of Amentum’s aviation business unit. “Amentum is 100 percent committed to the protection of our U.S. borders by providing the highest quality aviation maintenance service.”
Under the contract, Amentum will provide aircraft maintenance and logistics support services for CBP’s fleet of fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft to ensure the government is meeting operational commitments. CBP has approximately 211 aircraft at multiple locations in the Western hemisphere.
Work for the contract began Oct. 1.