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KBR LOGCAP Verification of Employment (VOE) and W-2 Info

I receive a lot of requests for Verification of Employment (VOE)  and 2009 W-2 information for KBR/SEII/OAS.  Especially during this LOGCAP III to LOGCAP IV transition.

KBR/SEII/OAS/GPS 2009 W-2 Information

According to KBR/SEII in Dubai all W-2’s were mailed on January 31, 2010. I assume your W-2 is coming from Dubai so give it a couple of weeks to arrive. It will be sent to your permanent address of residence listed in your KBR/SEII/OAS/GPS personnel file.

If, for some reason you feel they do not have your correct address, you can verify the correct address by sending them an email with your SAP # or SSN and the address that should be on record. Read the remainder of this entry »

You Didn’t Work For KBR in Iraq and Afghanistan-VOE

For the, and I am gonna guess here, 100,000+ Americans that have gone to Iraq and Afghanistan since 2003 to work for KBR…..here’s a news flash for you. YOU DIDN’T WORK FOR KBR!!! Now I can hear you already. “The hell I didn’t!! My badge said KBR. All policies and procedures said KBR. I processed in at KBR. I worked for KBR!” The sign in the photo says you did. But I am hear to tell you you didn’t. Some already know this, but I want to make sure everyone knows it, especially future employees. You DO NOT, DID NOT and WILL NOT work for KBR in Iraq or Afghanistan unless you already work for KBR in the States and are being transfered over. This is primarily reserved for very upper management positions with very few exceptions. Even most management positions in Iraq and Afghanistan worked for Overseas Administrative Services (OAS). Someone please tell me if I’m wrong! Read the remainder of this entry »