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1 1 - 8-May-15 — Kellogg Brown & Root Proprietary Data NOTE: This document contains information which may be withheld from the public because disclosure would cause a foreseeable harm to an interest protected by one or more Exemptions of the Freedom of Information Act, 5 USC Section 552. Furthermore, it is requested that any Government entity receiving this information act in accordance with DoD R, and consider this information as being for official use only (FOUO), and mark, handle and store this information so as to prevent unauthorized access. LOGCAP IV CTP

2 2 - 8-May-15 — Kellogg Brown & Root Proprietary Data NOTE: This document contains information which may be withheld from the public because disclosure would cause a foreseeable harm to an interest protected by one or more Exemptions of the Freedom of Information Act, 5 USC Section 552. Furthermore, it is requested that any Government entity receiving this information act in accordance with DoD R, and consider this information as being for official use only (FOUO), and mark, handle and store this information so as to prevent unauthorized access. R&R LOGCAP III Every 120 days $860 airfare allowance 1 st and 2 nd R&R Paid roundtrip to Point of Origin 3 rd R&R 80 hrs paid LOGCAP IV Every 120 days $1,000 allowance 1 st and 2 nd R&R $1,000 allowance 3 rd R&R 80 hrs paid

3 3 - 8-May-15 — Kellogg Brown & Root Proprietary Data NOTE: This document contains information which may be withheld from the public because disclosure would cause a foreseeable harm to an interest protected by one or more Exemptions of the Freedom of Information Act, 5 USC Section 552. Furthermore, it is requested that any Government entity receiving this information act in accordance with DoD R, and consider this information as being for official use only (FOUO), and mark, handle and store this information so as to prevent unauthorized access. Pay, Benefits, and Longevity LOGCAP IV Your pay will be the same if you are transitioned into the same position title –Uplifts remain the same at 75% –FN rates will be adjusted to home country rates Your benefits will be the same based on what payroll you are assigned This is the start of a new 1 year contract with 4 additional option years

4 4 - 8-May-15 — Kellogg Brown & Root Proprietary Data NOTE: This document contains information which may be withheld from the public because disclosure would cause a foreseeable harm to an interest protected by one or more Exemptions of the Freedom of Information Act, 5 USC Section 552. Furthermore, it is requested that any Government entity receiving this information act in accordance with DoD R, and consider this information as being for official use only (FOUO), and mark, handle and store this information so as to prevent unauthorized access. Additional differences LOGCAP IV No cash advances in Theater –Write check at Military finance –Credit or debit cards Work Week –Depending on skill set 72 hr work week 77 hr work week 84 hr work week Timesheets –Electronic timesheets –Training will be provided through conference call

5 5 - 8-May-15 — Kellogg Brown & Root Proprietary Data NOTE: This document contains information which may be withheld from the public because disclosure would cause a foreseeable harm to an interest protected by one or more Exemptions of the Freedom of Information Act, 5 USC Section 552. Furthermore, it is requested that any Government entity receiving this information act in accordance with DoD R, and consider this information as being for official use only (FOUO), and mark, handle and store this information so as to prevent unauthorized access. Additions to Employment Agreement LOGCAP IV - Employee Agreement Military Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Act –Under the Military Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Act (MEJA) persons employed by or accompanying the U.S. Armed Forces outside the United States are potentially subject to prosecution for certain criminal acts, including such acts occurring outside the United States. MEJA applies only to those crimes punishable by imprisonment for more than one year if committed within United States jurisdiction. The law applies to individuals accompanying a contractor for the US armed forces, which may include a dependent of a DOD contractor or subcontractor employee. This law authorizes DOD law enforcement personnel to arrest suspected offenders in accordance with applicable international agreements and specifies procedures for the removal of accused individuals to the US.

6 6 - 8-May-15 — Kellogg Brown & Root Proprietary Data NOTE: This document contains information which may be withheld from the public because disclosure would cause a foreseeable harm to an interest protected by one or more Exemptions of the Freedom of Information Act, 5 USC Section 552. Furthermore, it is requested that any Government entity receiving this information act in accordance with DoD R, and consider this information as being for official use only (FOUO), and mark, handle and store this information so as to prevent unauthorized access. Additions to Employment Agreement Military Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Act – Cont –It also authorizes pretrial detention and the appointment of counsel for accused individuals. See Army Field Manual ,Contractors on the Battlefield and DoD Instruction , Criminal Jurisdiction Over Civilians Employed By or Accompanying the Armed Forces Outside the United States, Certain Service Members, and Former Service Members. At-will Acknowledgment –Employee understands that employee’s employment with Employer is at-will, meaning that either employee or the Employer may terminate employment for any reason at any time, with or without notice.

7 7 - 8-May-15 — Kellogg Brown & Root Proprietary Data NOTE: This document contains information which may be withheld from the public because disclosure would cause a foreseeable harm to an interest protected by one or more Exemptions of the Freedom of Information Act, 5 USC Section 552. Furthermore, it is requested that any Government entity receiving this information act in accordance with DoD R, and consider this information as being for official use only (FOUO), and mark, handle and store this information so as to prevent unauthorized access. Additions to Employment Agreement Prostitution –The Company has adopted a “zero tolerance policy” regarding employees who engage in prostitution and other related activities, including, but not limited to, pimping, pandering, or maintaining brothels. Failure to comply with this policy will result in disciplinary action up to or including removal from the Assignment Location and/or termination of employment in accordance with standard procedures and applicable laws or regulations in the host country.

8 8 - 8-May-15 — Kellogg Brown & Root Proprietary Data NOTE: This document contains information which may be withheld from the public because disclosure would cause a foreseeable harm to an interest protected by one or more Exemptions of the Freedom of Information Act, 5 USC Section 552. Furthermore, it is requested that any Government entity receiving this information act in accordance with DoD R, and consider this information as being for official use only (FOUO), and mark, handle and store this information so as to prevent unauthorized access. Processing Steps Process to transfer –Contingency Offer –Medical Screening –Complete additional HR paperwork –Employment Agreement –Timesheet Training While processing for LC IV –Can not charge time to LCIII –Will charge time to LCIV

9 9 - 8-May-15 — Kellogg Brown & Root Proprietary Data NOTE: This document contains information which may be withheld from the public because disclosure would cause a foreseeable harm to an interest protected by one or more Exemptions of the Freedom of Information Act, 5 USC Section 552. Furthermore, it is requested that any Government entity receiving this information act in accordance with DoD R, and consider this information as being for official use only (FOUO), and mark, handle and store this information so as to prevent unauthorized access. SF85P Required for CAC renewal –Complete form –Security sends to Rock Island for processing –Adjudicated Favorable –CAC renewed and employment continued Unfavorable –CAC not renewed and demobilized Not required for positions requiring security clearance

10 May-15 — Kellogg Brown & Root Proprietary Data NOTE: This document contains information which may be withheld from the public because disclosure would cause a foreseeable harm to an interest protected by one or more Exemptions of the Freedom of Information Act, 5 USC Section 552. Furthermore, it is requested that any Government entity receiving this information act in accordance with DoD R, and consider this information as being for official use only (FOUO), and mark, handle and store this information so as to prevent unauthorized access. Questions Contact local HR POC –Answers will be gathered and disseminated via conference call


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