After DynCorp’s LOGCAP V protested was denied by the GAO, the company has gone to federal court as of Monday, August 5th, to protest the award.
According to LAW360: “While DynCorp International LLC’s Monday complaint is sealed because it contains proprietary information, other court filings indicate that the company has asked the U.S. Court of Federal Claims to review its exclusion from Logistics Civil Augmentation Program V, and for a preliminary injunction in the meantime.”
The filing of the court case caused the GAO to dismiss all other LOGCAP V related protests.
This is the summary issued by the GAO:
“AECOM Management Services, Inc., of Germantown, Maryland, protests the award of contracts (and the issuance of task orders) in connection with the logistics civil augmentation program (LOGCAP) to Kellogg Brown & Root Services, Inc. (KBR), of Houston, Texas; Vectrus Systems Corporation, of Colorado Springs, Colorado; Fluor Intercontinental, Inc., of Greenville, South Carolina, and PAE-Parsons Global Logistics Services (P2GLS), of Arlington, Virginia, under request for proposals (RFP) No. W52P1J-16-R-0001, which was issued by the Department of the Army, for support services for U.S. Military installations worldwide.
Additionally, Fluor and P2GLS, both of which received LOGCAP contracts, protest the Army’s decision to issue task orders to KBR and Vectrus in support of U.S. military installations in the African Command (AFRICOM), European Command (EUCOM), Central Command (CENTCOM), Pacific Command (PACOM), and Afghanistan.
All three protesters primarily challenge the agency’s evaluation of proposals, and resulting selection decisions.
We dismiss the protests because the subject matter of the protests is currently pending before a court of competent jurisdiction.”