The Army has selected four companies to compete for global logistics support task orders under a 10-year, $82 billion deal, officials announced on April 12.

The latest iteration of the Army’s Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) was awarded to Fluor [FLR], KBR [KBR], PAE-Parsons and Vectrus [VEC].

The LOGCAP V contract vehicle includes an initial five-year ordering period followed by five one-year options.

Officials said the Army received six bids for the work, which covers logistics support for all six geographic combatant commands.

KBR has already received three task orders under LOGCAP V, according the Army.

The awards include a $1.4 billion performance task order for logistics in Afghanistan, $394 million to support Northern Command and $183.3 million for work with European Command.