The Department of Justice has published a information request on potential entrepreneurs who could provide professional investigative, analytical, technical and legal services in support of the asset forfeiture program.
The DOJ intends to meet the requirements of asset forfeiture management staff through a multi-award, indefinite delivery / undetermined quantity contract, according to a solicited sources notice released on Tuesday.
The ministry is asking interested stakeholders, especially small businesses, to indicate the technical capacity of their organization to meet the requirements of the Asset Forfeiture Investigation Support Services Renewal Program 2, including levels of employee security and facility clearance level.
According to the statement of work, the services required include investigation support and analysis; analytical support for investigation; analysis and support of seized goods; support for the legal process; and training.
The DOJ will host an industry teleconference on the AFISS 2 program on Wednesday December 1st.
Responses to the RFI are expected on December 14.