DynCorp International works behind the scenes to support US military and diplomatic efforts on the front lines. Contracts with the US Department of State to train police officers overseas are the company's biggest line of business, along with interpreting and translating services. The Department of State and the US Department of Defense are DynCorp's biggest customers (contracts with the US government represent nearly all of sales); commercial contracts and contracts with foreign governments make up the small balance. The company is continuously reorganizing its operations in response to its strategic markets. DynCorp International gets about two-thirds of its revenues from work in the Middle East. [Description from Hoover's]
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