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DynCorp International Inc.
State Department Inspector General Review of Camp Falcon Support Contract
Date: 08/01/2011 (Date of Report - approx.)
Misconduct Type: Poor Contract Performance
Enforcement Agency: State Dept.
Contracting Party: State Dept.
Court Type: N/A
Disposition: Investigative Finding
Synopsis: A State Department Inspector General review found problems in a Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) contract with DynCorp to provide operations and maintenance support services at Camp Falcon in Kabul, Afghanistan. In addition to weaknesses in the performance of fuel operations and static security guard services, the IG calculated that INL overpaid DynCorp by as much as $940,000 for meals. The IG recommended the government seek reimbursement of $157,000 from DynCorp for food service overcharges from November 2009 through January 2010.