Following DynCorp International's protest of the Army's Logistics Civil Augmentation Program, or LOGCAP V, AECOM, Fluor and a PAE-Parsons team have also filed protests with the Government Accountability Office.
According to GAO's docket, all of the companies' cases were filed yesterday and are now set to be decided by Aug. 9.
DynCorp last week filed its protest.
Last month, the Army said it had awarded spots on the program to KBR, Vectrus, Fluor and a PAE-Parsons team. KBR, Fluor and DynCorp International were the incumbents on the previous version of the program.