Request your approval for release of responses about LOGCAP support to Ebola region; LOGCAP, ACC-RICC assembled responses.

1. What is $ value of the task order awarded to Fluor Corp. related to military housing and facilities for personnel to support Ebola relief, as I understand the purpose?

Response:  At this time, the total current value awarded to Fluor for support of this mission is $21.1M.

2. What is the scope of the task order to construct what type of facilities, for whom, and for how many military personnel?

Response:  The scope is for emplacement of Force Providers for military use and Ebola Treatment Units (ETUs) for care and treatment of infected
patients.   The scope includes operation and maintenance of the Force Providers and non-medical operation and management of the ETUs.  Additional
work includes the operation and maintenance of an airfield.

Force Providers are a modular system of housing, food service, laundry, water and fuel storage and distribution, waste-water collection, electrical power, showers and latrines.

3. I understand two other firms also got LOGCAP task orders for this. Pls name them.

Response:  The Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) is a program administered by the US Army to provide contingency support to augment the Army force structure.  The overall contract was full and open competition and awarded to three companies, DynCorp, Fluor & KBR, who then compete for individual Task Orders.  Under the U.S. Army LOGCAP IV program, Task Order 0013 was awarded to Fluor Intercontinental.  Fluor provides the U.S.
Department of Defense (DOD), coalition forces, and the federal inter-agency with multi-functional logistical services during contingency operations within Continental Africa.

4. What will these facilities support: which military personnel and for what purpose?

Response:  Housing and base life support of military personnel

5 In what locations will work be conducted?

Response: Per our conversation specific location information is not releasable.

6. Pls describe any special safety and health precautions that Fluor will have to take and that will affect facility design and construction?

Response:  Deploying contractor personnel are required to complete the same pre-deployment training requirements as DoD personnel deploying to the Joint Operation Area, to include training on the medical threats (malaria, etc); Ebola Virus Disease and how to prevent infection; and wear of Personal Protective Equipment (donning, doffing, and decontamination).  Contractor is responsible for providing training to ensure their deploying employees meet all pre-deployment requirements.