Fighter Bomber Cross-Cutter Support Current Employee Registration and Information

Fighter Bomber Cross-Cutter Task Order Overview

The purpose of the Fighter Bomber Cross-Cutter Task Order is to provide the Directorate-level cross-cutting functional support and integration across all disciplines in support of assigned acquisitions programs to be determined at the Task Order level.

Task Order start is 19 October 2021, and continues through 18 October 2025.

Positions are located at:

Wright-Patterson AFB

Whiteman AFB

Tinker AFB

Hill AFB

 

The DCS Team includes a small, select group of companies with AFLCMC experience, each ready to bring their own breadth and depth of proven performance and experience to the Task Order.

Incumbent Registration Link and Instructions

If you are an incumbent employee performing work on the current F/B Cross-Cutter or B-2 Support Task Orders and are interested in continuing in your current position, please fill out the Incumbent Registration information below as soon as possible.

We may not otherwise receive your contact information, and because there is a very short transition period, the information you provide will ensure your position is not classified as vacant.

This short, but very important form is the first step you will need to accomplish in order to successfully complete the applicant onboarding process. It is only a preliminary step; you still need apply for the position with either DCS or our Teammate Company, as appropriate.

Your onboarding company—whether DCS or one of our teammates—will have additional paperwork for you to complete as part of that company’s standard offer and onboarding/hiring process. That recruiting team will coordinate with you throughout the transition process.

Incumbent Registration
If you are an incumbent employee performing work on the current F/B Cross-Cutter or B-2 Support Task Orders and are interested in continuing in your current position, please fill out  the Incumbent Registration information below to register as soon as possible. The information you provide will ensure that your position will not be classified as vacant. This short, but very important form is the first step you will need to accomplish in order to successfully complete the applicant onboarding process. Your onboarding company—whether DCS or one of our teammate subcontractors—will have additional paperwork for you to complete as part of each company’s standard offer and onboarding/hiring process and will coordinate with you accordingly during the appropriate part of the transition process (typically when offer letters are issued).

Virtual Town-Halls

We will be conducting twice weekly Virtual Town Hall meetings.

These meetings are scheduled for 1200 Eastern, Central or Mountain Time every Wednesday and Friday. Every incumbent who completes the registration process above will receive an invitation via email. You may also request an invite from your recruiter, anyone on the transition team, or from our Fighter-Bomber Transition Specialist.

Points-of-Contact

In addition to our team recruiters and HR staffs, our dedicated Fighter-Bomber Transition Specialist will be happy to work with you on any questions or issues. Contact her at mgecan@dcscorp.com or call 571-227-6034.

Also, at any time during the transition, if you have any questions or need assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us via email at Fighter-Bomber@dcscorp.com This mailbox is monitored by the DCS Program Manager and the Transition Team.

Fighter Bomber Cross-Cutter Transition FAQs

Q: What is the Fighter-Bomber Cross-Cutter Task Order?

The purpose is to provide Fighter Directorate and Bomber Directorate organizations with a broad range of professional acquisition, engineering, scientific, research, logistics, facilities, management operations, security, financial and administrative capabilities to execute effective and responsive integrated program management of aircraft research, development, production, and life cycle acquisition and sustainment activities.

Q: How long is the Fighter-Bomber Cross-Cutter Task Order?

All positions and all locations start on 19 October 2021. With all option years exercised the task order continues through 18 October 2025.

Q: Where will the work be performed?

While the much of the work will be performed at Wright-Patterson AFB, other locations also supported include Tinker AFB, Hill AFB, and Whiteman AFB.

Q: I am an incumbent Contractor employee. Do I need to do anything now?

Yes. You must register as an incumbent through our Incumbent Registration link located on this transition website.

It is important for us to receive your registration as soon as possible because it will:

  1. We may not otherwise receive your contact information.
  2. Indicate that you are interested in continuing to work on the program when it transitions to the new Task Order;
  3. Ensure consideration in the staffing requirements on the Task Order; and
  4. Designate during transition that the position you occupy should NOT be classified as vacant.

You will then be contacted by our transition team. After which you will need to apply for your position with the company that that position is mapped to. During this process, you will be asked to submit a current resume, most recent paystub, and provide other employment related information.

Q: What do you use my registration information for?

After obtaining your registration information, we will work closely with AFLCMC and the outgoing incumbent contractors to verify how each current position maps (or crosswalks) to the new, Fighter Bomber Cross-Cutter Task Order. This will help ensure that qualified incumbent employees are accounted for and correctly assigned to the new, Fighter Bomber Cross-Cutter structure. Your registration will also be used to start DCS’s (and Teammates’) onboarding process, create your offer letter, and provide the additional information you will need to complete transition.

Q: What if I am an incumbent and I elect to not register as an incumbent and, instead, wait to be contacted?

We may not otherwise receive your contact information. There is no guarantee that we will be provided your correct employment information from another source, or in a timely manner.

By not registering, you may miss the opportunity to be included in the pool of incumbent individuals receiving an offer to join the DCS Team.

While we will do our best to reach all qualified incumbents based on the information at our disposal, our priority will be to work closely with registered qualified incumbents to ensure their transition and onboarding processes are smooth and timely. This increases the risks that you will be overlooked and your position will be classified as vacant, leading to us hiring someone to back-fill.

Q: I went to the DCS website and I cannot find my current job title listed in the job listings under the “Careers” page. How do I apply for a position on the new Task Order?

We have posted the all positions positions for B-2 Support employees that are scheduled for 19 October 2021 start work. If you are a B-2 incumbent, find the position description that most closely meets the description of position you are filling and apply.

We are focused on onboarding qualified incumbent employees who currently support, Fighter Bomber Cross-Cutter work. If you are a current, Fighter Bomber Cross-Cutter incumbent, please follow the Incumbent Registration Process found on this Transition Website.

Q: Can I redact information from my paystub before submitting it?

Yes. You may redact information from your paystub before submitting it. However, we must be able to read your name and the pay period and be able to determine the pay you received for the time worked during that pay period. All other information can be masked (e.g., SSN, account numbers, deductions, PTO information, benefit costs, 401(k) payments, loan payments).

Q: Will the salary/hourly rate listed in my paystub be the same as the pay proposed in my offer letter? Am I limiting the amount I may be offered by submitting my paystub?

No. The amount you will receive in your offer letter is based on several factors and is not necessarily limited by, or determined solely by, your current pay.

Q: With DCS as the Prime Contractor, will my offer letter be from DCS or another company?

While DCS is the Prime contractor, we have five teammate companies. Though there is a good chance your offer will come from DCS, subsets of the total positions are assigned to our Teammates based on several criteria. Accordingly, some incumbents will receive their offers from one of our teammate companies, all of which are companies DCS has worked with and are outstanding service support companies and are recognized by DoD as world-class research and engineering services providers.

Q: When should I expect to be contacted after I submit my registration information?

Once you submit your registration information, you should receive an email shortly thereafter from a member of our Transition Team who will confirm that we have received your registration information. Additionally, if we have any questions or need further clarification regarding anything you have submitted, we will follow up with an email or phone call as appropriate. If you do not receive a phone call or an email within 48 hours of registering, please contact:

Mara Gecan, DCS, Fighter Bomber Cross-Cutter Transition Specialist
(571) 227-6034 or mgeacan@dcscorp.com

Q: When should I expect an offer letter to be issued?

Offers are anticipated to be sent out starting the week of Sept 7th through the end of the month. will be made to qualified incumbents who have submitted timely incumbent registration packages. Based on the current transition schedule, we will be sending contingent offers shortly after you apply and we can verify your information. Contingencies will be based position approvals by the Government. Please see the Transition Timeline on this site for more information.

Q: Once I get my offer letter, how much time will I have to accept or decline?

Typically, you will have 48 hours to respond to an offer letter. However, we understand the decision to accept or decline an offer is one that should not be taken lightly and may require a short extension to allow discussions with spouses, partners, or significant others. If you need more time to make your decision, please coordinate immediately with the POC who made you the offer. We can make accommodations on a case-by-case basis to establish a new suspense, but, due to the critical nature of the transition timing, we cannot guarantee an extension past the 48 hours allotted.

Q: Can I see the benefits package before making my decision to accept or decline my offer?

Yes, those offered employment with DCS will be welcome to review the DCS benefits we provide our employees as part of the offer letter process. DCS and our , Fighter Bomber Cross-Cutter Teammates offer competitive benefit plans for the individual/family requirements you may have and individuals offered employment with one of our , Fighter Bomber Cross-Cutter Team members will be able to view and discuss their respective benefits packages as part of the individual’s respective offer letter issuance process as well.

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