THE D IN DGOV.CORP
THE D IN DGOV.CORP
DynCorp handles secure data transfer and information for the Department of
Justice, the Security and Exchange Commission, The Treasury
http://www.dyncorp.com/idiq/tipss.htm , the IRS, The Centers for Disease
Control, Federal Communication Commission and much of our military.
Its software and experts will implement AND CONTROL the FBI's new
information technology upgrade.
Dyncorp runs the Justice Departments Asset Forfeiture
And data control
controls information for the Drug Enforcement Agency and the Bureau of
Prisons. Controls data at all 93 us attorney's offices
monitors low cost housing for HUD and seizes assets. Low income housing
The wireless information control company used by the New York Stock
Since the 1970's and constantly growing, Dyncorps has taken over the Army
and Air Forces hi-tech maintenance work on airplanes,fighter, trainers
and helicopters. They maintain NASAs hi tech aircraft too.
http://www.dynmaxwell.com / is one example
Recently Retired, Dyncorps chairman Dan Bannister is a lucky fellow. In
1996 he decided shortly before boarding a military flight in the Balkins,
not to go. The plane crashed, killing all aboard, including then Commerce
Secretary, Ron Brown
Dyncorp I&ET does site cleanup for the Enviromental Protection Agency,
it also controls their confidential information,
http://www.dyncorp.com/news/newcon.htm#815epa (SEARCH DYNCORP)
"Administrative support in managing documents concerning EPA
investigations of utility powerplants, such as photocopying and filing. The
type of information that may be disclosed includes, but is not limited to:
Records related to the production of electricity, powerplant construction
records, Public Utility Commission records, Federal Energy Regulatory
Commission records, and records of capital expenditures" 3-14-02
DynCorp I&ET will provide specialized technical support to the EPA aimed at
improving the assessment of efficacy and regulation of antimicrobial
pesticide products sold nationwide. They instruct hazardous chemical
producers and users how to pass a Federal Inspection. Some unusual clients.
In Columbia , DynCorp is testing the effects of a mutated fungus. It eats
most everything green, including gardens. It can live in the ground when dry
for 40 years. Its spores can travel where ever the wind takes them. It
was developed as a biologolical warfare weapon. They also do testing with
anthrax and smallpox. Check all their handrighting. They no doubt have a
contract with the postal service. wanna bet?
DYNCORP TESTS WEAPON GRADE ANTHAX AND SMALLPOX
DYNCORP Runs postal equipment centers in texas
THEY FIX AND SHIP LOTS OF LARGE AND SMALL MAIL HANDLING EQUIPMENT ALL OVER
Dyncorp maintains, and flys a fleet of helicopters and planes that
spray agent orange X4 in Central America. Dyncorp is being sued by
Ecuidorian Indians for this. Columbia had to allow it to get their foreign
aid. The CIA forbid use of X4 in
Dyncorp knows a lot about toxic chemicals
OH they also test for paraquat and lots of stuff
http://oaspub.epa.gov/webi/meta_first_new2.try_these_first (click search
dyncorp) 20 pdf files on their work.
----NEW CONTRACT WINS------
Valued in excess of $280 million, this contract is for a 10-year performance
period and covers maintenance and base supply functions at Andrews Air Force
Base in Maryland. The mission of the 89th Airlift Wing is to provide safe,
comfortable and reliable aircraft support for the President, Vice President,
First Lady, cabinet members, members of Congress, foreign heads of state and
other high ranking government officials. First priority is given to the
Senior Executive Service and Presidential Pilot's Office.
DynCorp Technical Services (DTS), Range and Logistics Services, was
selected by the U.S. Department of State for the $35 million, five-year
Security Equipment Maintenance Program (SEMP). Under the new contract, a
recompete of one DTS has supported for more than 15 years, the company will
provide expert, quick response security services at more than 195 embassies
DynCorp Information & Enterprise Technology (I&ET) has been awarded a
seven-year task order to provide information technology support services to
the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Under the agreement,
DynCorp I&ET and its key teaming partner, PlanetGov, will manage and operate
all SEC infrastructure facilities, hardware, software and systems relating
to non-EDGAR systems. (EDGAR is the SEC's Electronic Data Gathering,
Analysis and Retrieval system.) Services will include help desk operations,
data center support and operations, technology deployment support and
technology test lab support. Work will be performed at locations in
Alexandria, Va., Washington, D.C., and at the SEC's 11 regional and district
offices around the country. (they also do that for all 93 U.S. Attorney's
Under this six year government-wide contract -- which has an estimated
ceiling value of $300 million -- DynCorp, and its New York-based teaming
partner Verizon Enterprise Solutions, will provide to the Justice Management
Division of the DOJ comprehensive IT services - from hardware maintenance,
software technical support and help desk to asset/configuration management,
UNIX operating system administration and support.
Dyncorp analyzed the entire state of Kansas' oil business for Occidental
Petrolium. The study was paid for by the people of Kansas. Ways were found
to improve production.
DynCorp I&ET will provide end-to-end personnel security investigation
services to the Defense Security Service (DSS) of the Department of Defense
(DoD). This 20-month indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract has a
potential value of $50.3 million
"When the Department of State (or other public sector entites) needs
personnel to reconstitute, establish and maintain Rule of Law in emerging
democracies. They come to Dyncorp."
Dyncorp has 2 contracts with the FCC . Tracking cell phones and is working on face recognition technology.
train army groups on tent city construction.
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