||United States : Engility To Support Logistics Training In Central African Republic
||Engility Holdings, Inc. won a $12.2 million task order in the third quarter of the year on the Department of State's Africa Peacekeeping Program indefinite-delivery, indefinite quantity vehicle, known as AFRICAP III. The company will provide a host of logistics training services in the Central African Republic.
"In today's ever-changing threat environments, our allies around the world need support and expertise to maintain stability, resolve conflict and grow regional relationships," said Scott Whatmough, Scott Whatmough, senior vice president of Engility's Defense and Security Group. "With our years of experience supporting missions globally, our in-depth understanding of matters of international development and our proven expertise in training, Engility is ideally suited to support the Department of State's efforts to build peace, security and growth throughout Africa."
The AFRICAP III vehicle has a ceiling of $1.5 billion; Engility won a prime position on this contract last year. The Department of State's Bureau of African Affairs is focused on strengthening democratic institutions, supporting economic growth and development, advancing peace and security, and promoting opportunity and development in Africa. Engility will also deliver training and mentoring in operations and maintenance tasks; quartermaster training; and other technical training and support services.
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