LOGCAP

AcronymDefinition
LOGCAPLogistics Civil Augmentation Program (US DoD)
LOGCAPLogistics Command Assessment of Projects
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-In September 2018, DynLogistics announced a contract extension to support material management and logistics services for the USACE South Atlantic Division, Task Force Power Restoration in Puerto Rico on the Northcom task order under the LOGCAP IV contract.
"LOGCAP contractors themselves reported more than $9.7 million in GFP losses since 2012," the report says.
The contracted LOGCAP provider was involved in all life support systems on the base and also had an ownership stake in this problem.
30, 2008; USACE and SBH LLC personnel inspected over 176,200 military facilities, to include those covered under LOGCAP as well as facilities maintained by other contracted O&M providers.
Commanders are entrusted with funds to pay for LOGCAP projects and have the statutory and regulatory duty to "[l]imit the obligation and expenditure of funds provided to the amount currently available at the time of the obligation or expenditure, enforce those limitations, and ensure that all personnel involved in administrative control and use of available funds are knowledgeable of such limitations." (1) Commanders must also "[r]igorously enforce compliance with all the provisions of the Antideficiency Act (ADA) and other specific laws that limit the obligation and expenditure of funds." (2) Commanders look to their judge advocates for independent legal advice, including on the legality of funding LOGCAP projects.
This award is KBR's third task order under the LOGCAP IV contract.
Navy personnel within DCMA have made an impact with COIN efforts under the LOGCAP contractor's Afghan First program.
As the largest contracted service provider in theater, the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) became the logical place to begin to trim excess capability.
The documents state that if the State Department could not use that contract, known as "LOGCAP", it "will be forced to redirect its resources towards developing, implementing and overseeing a massive new life support infrastructure throughout Iraq".
If State can't use that contract, known as "LOGCAP," the department "will be forced to redirect its resources towards developing, implementing and overseeing a massive new life support infrastructure throughout Iraq," the documents state.
Categories: March 17, 2010, Accountability, Afghanistan, Agency missions, Air Force Contract Augmentation Program (AFCAP), Background investigations, Contingency operations, Contract administration, Contract oversight, Contract performance, Contractor personnel, Contracts, Data integrity, Defense capabilities, Defense operations, Defense procurement, Department of Defense contractors, Employee training, Employees, Iraq, Logistics, Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP), Military operations, Military personnel deployment, Military training, Requirements definition, Staff utilization, Synchronized Pre-Deployment and Operational Tracker Database
KBR is the prime contractor under the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP III) contract for logistical support of US military operations in Iraq.