From time to time, the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) requires the assistance of outside counsel or other vendors. On this page you will find opportunities to submit proposals to work with the Office, as well as guidance on how to submit those proposals.

All entities that seek to do business with the District of Columbia must be (1) registered with the Office of Tax and Revenue, (2) registered on the District’s procurement network (Ariba), (3) entered into the District’s payment system (SOAR), and (4) in compliance with tax filing requirements of the District. For procurements of $100,000 or more, the successful contractor must also complete other regulatory requirements, such as EEO compliance. First Source Employment requirements apply for contracts of $300,000 or more.  These documents are available at https://ocp.dc.gov/page/required-solicitation-documents-ocp.

If your firm is not currently registered with both the Office of Tax and Revenue and Ariba and you wish to be considered for any of OAG’s procurement opportunities, please follow the steps below.

Registration with the Office of Tax and Revenue
Please complete Form FR-500 and submit to the Office of Tax and Revenue as provided in the instructions (online at https://mytax.dc.gov/).

Registration on Ariba
To register on the Ariba network, please go to supplier.ariba.com . After you have completed the Ariba form, you are required to print the document before exiting the webpage. The printed form will generate your ANID number. All categories on the form must be completed in order to enter your company as a supplier in SOAR (the District’s payment system).

Enrollment as a Supplier in SOAR
The printed Ariba form along with a current signed IRS Form W-9 and the completed PASS Master Supplier Information Collection form (available at https://ocp.dc.gov/node/740782) should be emailed to DCVendorSupport@dc.gov with a copy to OAG.Businessopportunities@dc.gov.

Contingency Fee Contracts
Learn about the Office of the Attorney General’s guidelines for contingency fee contracts.

Office of the Attorney General's Procurement Rules.

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Business Opportunities

Current Opportunities

FY2023 Victim Support Grant Program Notice of Non-Competitive Funding Availability & Request for Proposals: The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) seeks applications from eligible organizations that are providing advocacy, financial, emotional, and social support to victims of crime in the District. OAG recognizes supporting these programs leads to an improvement in public safety and therefore aims to provide financial assistance to local non-profits who partner with victims on their path to healing and recovery. OAG is pleased to offer financial support to eligible organizations that are working with this vulnerable population. Through this Notice of Non-Competitive Funding Availability, OAG announces the availability of up to $50,000 in funding per grant per organization for Fiscal Year 2023 to eligible organizations. Total grant funding will not exceed $200,000. Proposals are due by 11:59 PM EST, Friday, December 2, 2022, and must be submitted through email to Gabrielle Breven at gabrielle.breven@dc.gov and Christian Barrera at Christian.Barrera@dc.gov. Extensions may be allowed on an individual basis.

FY2023 Returning Resident (or Reentry) Grant Program Notice of Non-Competitive Funding Availability & Request for Proposals: The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) seeks applications from eligible organizations that are providing crucial reentry assistance and services to returning residents in the District. OAG recognizes that providing reentry assistance and services to returning residents can reduce crime and improve public safety. OAG therefore seeks to provide financial support to local non-profits that are assisting returning residents to navigate the path of securing psychological, social, economic, legal. technological, and cultural resources. OAG recognizes the efforts of local organizations assisting those returning to our city, and OAG is pleased to offer financial support to eligible organizations that are working with this vulnerable population. Proposals are due by 11:59 PM EST, Friday, December 2, 2022, and must be submitted through email to Gabrielle Breven at gabrielle.breven@dc.gov and Christian Barrera at Christian.Barrera@dc.gov. Extensions may be allowed on an individual basis.

FY2022 Migrant Humanitarian Crisis Assistance Grants Notice of Non-Competitive Funding Availability & Request for Proposals: The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) seeks applications from eligible organizations who are supporting and providing crucial assistance and services to vulnerable migrants arriving in buses to the District from Texas and Arizona. OAG recognizes the current situation as a risk to public safety and humanitarian crisis requiring immediate financial assistance to local non-profits whose resources are being stretched thin. Through this Notice of Non-Competitive Funding Availability, OAG announces the availability of up to $50,000 in funding per grant per organization for Fiscal Year 2022 to eligible organizations. Total grant funding will not exceed $150,000. Proposals are due by 11:59 PM EST, Tuesday, August 16, 2022, and must be submitted through email to Gabrielle Breven at gabrielle.breven@dc.gov and Christian Barrera at Christian.Barrera@dc.gov. Extensions allowed on an individual basis if an interested applicant needs more time though OAG recognizes the immediate need.

FY2023 Cure the Streets Request for Application (RFA) – Community Based Organization Grant:  The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is seeking proposals from non-profit Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) interested in operating Cure the Streets (CTS) programs within specific assigned neighborhood target areas in the District and implementing the CURE Violence Global Model, which employs local, credible individuals who have deep ties to the target neighborhoods and networks of trust- based relationships with residents within these neighborhoods. CTS is a public safety program that aims to reduce gun violence in the neighborhoods in which it operates. CTS replicates the Cure Violence program model which employs a data-driven, public-health approach to reducing gun violence. OAG may award up to $814,000.00 per project. Projects supported with funds awarded from this solicitation must implement the Cure Violence model including utilizing Violence Interrupters and Outreach Workers to reduce gun violence in the target areas. Applicants must submit complete Applications through OAG’s online grant system at: https://www.zoomgrants.com/zgf/curethestreetsfy23. Applications are due by Friday, August 12, 2022. Please email all questions to curethestreets@dc.gov (Last day to ask questions will be Friday, July 29, 2022). 

Cure the Streets Grants Program – Monday, July 25 (6:00 p.m. OAG Conference Room 2.020) In-Person
Please join us at an in-person pre-solicitation conference to provide an overview of the grant program and application process for the FY23 Cure the Streets RFA. Attendees are welcome to bring any questions about the grant program or application process. If interested, please RSVP to Gabrielle Breven (curethestreets@dc.gov). 

Cure the Streets Grants Program – Wednesday, July 27 (1:00 p.m.) Zoom:
Please join us at a virtual pre-solicitation conference to provide an overview of the grant program and application process for the FY23 Cure the Streets RFA. Attendees are welcome to bring any questions about the grant program or application process. If interested, please RSVP to Gabrielle Breven (curethestreets@dc.gov) join the Zoom call at the scheduled date/time. Pre-solicitation conference presentation can be found here.

FY2023 Cure the Streets Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA): OAG invites the submission of applications from community-based organizations to support the Cure the Streets target area sites. Applications are due by 11:59PM EST on Friday, August 12, 2022, and must be submitted through ZoomGrants, OAG’s online grant management system. For more information on this grant, please email LaToyia Hampton at latoyia.hampton1@dc.gov.

FY2023 Workplace Rights Grant Program (RFA): The Office of the Attorney General (“OAG”) is seeking proposals from non-profit organizations, including legal services providers, headquartered in the District of Columbia (“District”), interested in operating the Workplace Rights Grant Program (“Program”), which provides outreach and worker education, outreach and legal services, or a combination of outreach, worker education, and legal services related to employment laws for people who work in the District. Applicants must submit complete Applications through OAG’s online grant system at: https://www.zoomgrants.com/zgf/FY2023WORKPLACERIGHTSGRANTPROGRAM. Applications are due by Friday, August 12, 2022. Please email all questions to Pamela Pratt at pamela.pratt@dc.gov (Last day to ask questions will be Friday, July 29, 2022).

Workplace Rights Grants Program – Monday, July 25 (1:00 p.m.) Zoom:
Please join us at a virtual pre-solicitation conference to provide an overview of the grant program and application process for the FY23 Workplace Rights RFA. Attendees are welcome to bring any questions about the grant program or application process. If interested, please RSVP to Pamela Pratt (pamela.pratt@dc.gov) or join the Zoom call at the scheduled date/time. Pre-solicitation conference presentation can be found here.

FY2023 Workplace Rights Grant Program (NOFA): OAG seeks eligible organizations to apply to implement the Workplace Rights Grant Program. Applications are due by 11:59 PM EST on Friday, August 12, 2022, and must be submitted through ZoomGrants, OAG’s online grant management system. For more information on this grant, please email Pamela Pratt at pamela.pratt@dc.gov and Gabrielle Breven, gabrielle.breven@dc.gov.

 

Closed Opportunities

 

DCCB-2023-I-0013 Request for Information – Work Order Management System.  The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) has a need for a contractor to provide a work order management system.  OAG is conducting market research to identify potential suppliers and to develop a government estimate for this project.   Interested suppliers are asked to submit a response to this RFI no later than 2:00 pm on November 2, 2022.  Questions regarding this RFI should be submitted to Gena Johnson at gena.johnson@dc.gov  no later than 2:00 pm on October 28, 2022.

DCCB-2023-R-0014 Document Management and HR Consulting Services.  The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) is seeking the services of an experienced Human Resource (HR) consultant firm to provide administrative support and consulting services to its HR Division.  Services would include, but are not limited to electronic document management, policy and procedure reviews, update of HR Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) document, development of an OAG organization chart through division sections and units, and review and development of forms and templates.  Interested vendors should submit proposals by 2:00 pm on October 28, 2022.  Questions regarding this solicitation should be submitted in writing to Gena.johnson@dc.gov no later than October 24, 2022.

Market Survey For Outside Counsel for Google Multi-State Litigation DCCB-2022-S-0023. The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) is conducting market research to identify the availability and interest of qualified law firms to assist with litigation against Google, LLC. If you have questions regarding this market survey, please contact Adam Teitelbaum, Deputy Director, Office of Consumer Protection, at adam.teitelbaum@dc.gov.  Responses are requested by noon on June 17, 2022 to OAG.BusinessOpportunities@dc.gov with a copy to Janice.Watson@dc.gov.  

DCCB-2022-R-0028  Document Management and HR Consulting Services: DCCB-2022-R-0028  Document Management and HR Consulting Services  The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) is issuing the attached Request for Proposal.  OAG has a need for an experienced Contractor to provide document management and human resource consulting services.    Proposals are due Monday, July 18, 2022 at 2:00 pm.  Questions can be submitted in writing to my attention no later than Monday, July 11th to gena.johnson@dc.gov .  Interested firms are requested to submit a Technical and Price proposal to gena.johnson@dc.gov by the due date and time.

DCCB-2022-S-0027 Market Survey for Outside Legal Counsel – Bankruptcy Proceedings. The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) is conducting market research to identify the availability and interest of qualified law firm(s) to assist in navigating bankruptcy proceedings.  Interested firms should submit responses no later than 2:00 pm on July 5, 2022 to gena.johnson@dc.gov with a copy to OAG.BusinessOpportunities@dc.gov .

DCCB-2022-R-0020 Workplace Misconduct Investigation ServicesThe Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) is issuing the attached Request for Proposal.  OAG has a need for an experienced Contractor to conduct, on an as needed basis,  investigations on workplace misconduct claims and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) claims of discrimination and retaliation.  Proposals are due Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at 2:00 pm.  Questions can be submitted in writing to my attention no later than Monday, June 20th.  Interested firms are requested to submit a Technical and Price proposal, completed Past Performance Evaluation forms and a completed Bidder/Offeror Certification form.

Market Research for Experts to assist District's Privacy and Data Breach Investigation. The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) is conducting market research to identify the availability and interest of qualified experts to assist with the District’s privacy and data breach investigations and litigation. If you are interested in responding to the attached survey, kindly address numbers one through eight and submitted your response on or before March 1st at 2:00 p.m. to emma.clark@dc.gov.

FY2022 Cure the Streets Request for Application (RFA) – Community Based Organization Grant: The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) is making $3.2 million available to support community-based-organizations to implement Cure the Streets in four new target areas. OAG may award up to $814,000.00 per project. Projects supported with funds awarded from this solicitation must implement the Cure Violence model including utilizing Violence Interrupters and Outreach Workers to reduce gun violence in the target areas. Cure the Streets (CTS) is a pilot public safety program aimed at reducing gun violence in the neighborhoods in which it operates. CTS uses a data-driven, public-health approach to gun violence by treating it as a disease that can be interrupted, treated, and stopped from spreading.

Cure the Streets Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA): OAG invites the submission of applications from community-based organizations to support the Cure the Streets target area sites. Applications are due by 11:59PM EST on Wednesday, January 12, 2022, and must be submitted through ZoomGrants, OAG’s online grant management system. For more information on this grant, please email LaToyia Hampton at latoyia.hampton1@dc.gov.

FY2022 Workplace Rights Grant Program (RFA):  The Office of the Attorney General (“OAG”) is seeking proposals from non-profit organizations, including legal services providers, headquartered in the District of Columbia (“District”), interested in operating the Workplace Rights Grant Program (“Program”), which provides outreach and worker education, outreach and legal services, or a combination of outreach, worker education, and legal services related to employment laws for people who work in the District. Applicants must submit complete Applications through OAG’s online grant system at: https://www.zoomgrants.com/zgf/workplacerights. Applications are due by 11:59 PM EST, February 15, 2022. Please send all questions to LaToyia Hampton at latoyia.hampton1@dc.gov and Christian Barrera at Christian.barrera@dc.gov. (Last day to ask questions will be Friday, February 4, 2022).

FY2022 Workplace Rights Grant Program (NOFA): OAG seeks eligible organizations to apply to implement the Workplace Rights Grant Program. Applications are due by 11:59 PM EST, February 15, 2022, and must be submitted through ZoomGrants, OAG’s online grant management system. For more information on this grant, please email LaToyia Hampton at latoyia.hampton1@dc.gov and Christian Barrera at Christian.barrera@dc.gov

DCCB-2022-R-0013 EEO Investigative Services (SET-ASIDE FOR DC CERTIFIED SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISES (SBE)) The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia seeks the services of an experienced Investigation Contractor to supplement OAG’s internal investigative functions and investigate and complete investigative reports on up to 20 OAG internal investigations and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) claims of discrimination and retaliation. Interested vendors should submit a proposal by 2:00 pm on February 22, 2022 to gena.johnson@dc.gov 

DCCB-2022-B-0008 COVID-19 Testing Services.  The District of Columbia Office of the Attorney General is seeking a contractor licensed to provide COVID-19 testing services to assist with the establishment of a COVID-19 testing program for OAG employees consistent with OAG’s vaccination policy and CDC guidelines for workplaces.  Interested bidders should submit a bid including a completed price schedule (section B.4) and all required certifications and attachments (refer to sections K, L.2, L.14 and L.16 of the solicitation).   Questions regarding this solicitation should be directed to gena.johnson@dc.gov and received no later than five (5) days prior to the closing date.  Bids are due no later than 2:00 pm local time on February 14, 2022 to gena.johnson@dc.gov.

DCCB-2022-I-0006 – Request for Information (RFI) COVID-19 Testing Services.  The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) has a need for a contractor to assist OAG with the establishment and implementation of COVID-19 testing procedures as employees return to the office.  OAG is conducting market research to identify potential suppliers and to develop a government estimate for this project.   Interested suppliers are asked to submit a response to this RFI no later than 2:00 pm on Tuesday, January 11, 2022.  Questions regarding this RFI should be submitted to Gena Johnson at gena.johnson@dc.gov no later than 10:00 am on Thursday, January 6, 2022. 

DCCB-2022-S-0005 Market Survey - Outside Legal Counsel in Dynamic Construction, Inc. Litigation. The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) is conducting market research to identify the availability and interest of qualified law firms to assist with litigation against Dynamic Contracting, Inc., et al. (Case No. 2021 CA 003768 B) pending in D.C. Superior Court, or with related matters that may arise involving worker misclassification in the District’s construction industry.  Interested firms should submit expressions of interest no later than 2:00 pm on November 12, 2021. to  OAG.BusinessOpportunities@dc.gov with a copy to gena.johnson@dc.gov.

DCCB-2021-T-0024 Leasing of IT Equipment (OAG) - (THIS PROCUREMENT IS A SET-ASIDE FOR DC SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACTORS FOR IT EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE).  The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG), Office of Information Technology, is seeking one or two Contractors to provide leasing services for end-user devices and data center equipment. Interested respondents should submit bids to oag.businessopportunities@dc.gov no later than 2:00pm on Friday, September 17, 2021. Questions regarding this solicitation may be submitted to oag.businessopportunities@dc.gov on or before September 9, 2021.

FY2022 Cure the Streets Request for Application (RFA) – Community Based Organization Grant: The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) is making at least $4.8 million available to support community-based organizations to implement Cure the Streets in six target areas in which CTS currently is operating. Projects supported with funds awarded from this solicitation must implement the Cure Violence model, including by utilizing Violence Interrupters and Outreach Workers to reduce violence in the target areas. Cure the Streets (CTS) is a pilot public safety program aimed at reducing gun violence in the neighborhoods in which it operates. CTS uses a data-driven, public-health approach to gun violence by treating it as a disease that can be interrupted, treated, and stopped from spreading.

Cure the Streets Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA): OAG invites the submission of applications from community-based organizations to support the Cure the Streets target area sites. Applications are due by 11:59PM EST on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, and must be submitted through ZoomGrants, OAG’s online grant management system. For more information on this grant, please email LaToyia Hampton at curethestreets@dc.gov.

DCCB-2021-T-0018 Document Scanning Services (FOR DC SUPPLY SCHEDULE – PRINTING AND DOCUMENT MANAGMENT SERVICES CONTRACTORS ONLY).  The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG), Child Support Services Division (CSSD) is seeking a Contractor to provide document scanning services offsite in a secured facility.  The selected contractor will convert approximately 45,000 files into searchable, digital, “read-only” images.  This is a seven (7) month project.  Interested respondents should submit bids to oag.businessopportunities@dc.gov no later than 2:00pm on Monday, May 3, 2021. Questions regarding this solicitation may be submitted to oag.businessopportunities@dc.gov.

DCCB-2021-S-0016: OAG Market Survey - Outside Counsel for Talc Litigation. The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) is conducting market research to identify the availability and interest of a qualified law firm or firms to assist with the investigation and potential litigation of a consumer protection enforcement case against Johnson & Johnson, its subsidiary Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc. (collectively “J&J”) and other companies involved in the manufacture, distribution and/or sale of consumer products containing talc. If you have questions regarding this market survey, please contact Kathleen Konopka, Deputy Attorney General, at Kathleen.Konopka@dc.gov.  Responses are requested by noon on March 26, 2021 to OAG.BusinessOpportunities@dc.gov with a copy to Janice.Watson@dc.gov.

DCCB-2021-S-0014 Market Survey – Outside Legal Counsel for Potential Chlordane and PFAS Litigation. The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG)  is conducting market research to identify the availability and interest of qualified law firms to assist with investigation of, and potential litigation involving, environmental enforcement cases.  Interested firms should submit a response to this market survey no later than 2:00 pm on March 24, 2021 to  OAG.BusinessOpportunities@dc.gov  with a copy to gena.johnson@dc.gov.  If you have questions regarding this market survey, please contact Kathleen Konopka, Deputy Attorney General, at Kathleen.Konopka@dc.gov.

DCCB-2021-I-0005 Diversity Services - The Office of the Attorney General has a need for a contractor to conduct a diversity assessment and provide recommendations for implementing a diversity and inclusion strategy.  OAG is conducting market research to identify potential suppliers and to develop a government estimate for this project.   Please see the attached Request for Information.  Interested respondents should submit responses by Tuesday, October 13, 2020. 

RFP DCCB-2021-R-0001– State Disbursement Unit (SDU): The Office of the Attorney General (OAG), Child Support Services Division (CSSD) is seeking a contractor to establish and operate the District’s centralized State Disbursement Unit (SDU) in support of the District’s Child Support Enforcement Program including the receipt, processing, deposit, and disbursement of child support related payments. Qualified firms are invited to submit proposals in response to the attached Request for Proposal by 2:00 p.m. Thursday, October 22, 2020 to oag.businessopportunities@dc.gov. 

DCCB-2021-H-0003 Human Care Agreement – Clinical Staff Support Services – The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is accepting applications from providers that can deliver clinical support services for the Cure the Streets (CTS) Program. OAG is seeking practitioners who are experienced in supporting people who are disadvantaged in the workforce by virtue of race, education, criminal justice background and long periods of unemployment with the goal of sustained employment and success in their jobs.  The clinical support services are aimed at promoting the mental health and wellbeing of the CTS workforce. Services include weekly group clinical supervision or group sessions wherein staff and clinicians process work related and team related issues as well as general dynamics of the CTS initiative, and the trauma and other challenges associated with frontline work with a community-based violence reduction initiative.  Applications are due by 2:00 pm September 25, 2020 and should be submitted to oag.businessopportunities@dc.gov. Use Subject Line – Application for CTS Human Care Agreement.  Questions regarding this solicitation may be submitted to oag.businessopportunities@dc.gov.

Cure the Streets Grant Request for Application (RFA): The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is making approximately $4.8 million available to support local street outreach and violence intervention projects to reduce violence associated with firearms in localities with high volumes and rates of homicides and shootings. Projects supported with funds awarded from this solicitation must be designed and implemented with fidelity to the Cure Violence model. Projects must utilize violence interrupters and street outreach workers to implement program activities prescribed by the Cure Violence program model to reduce violence in assigned targeted areas. All projects should be focused on implementation of a coordinated, community-based strategy for reducing violence in a specified neighborhood or neighborhoods, precincts, or other geographically defined areas. The proposals must target communities with statistically high rates of gun violence and collaborate with community-based organizations, residents, and other individuals who are well positioned to work with high-risk youth and young adults in those areas.

Cure the Streets Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA): The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) invites the submission of applications from community-based organizations to be host sites for four new Cure the Streets Sites. Applications are due by Wednesday, August 5, 2020, and must be submitted through ZoomGrants, OAG’s online grant management system. For more information on this grant, please email LaToyia Hampton at curethestreets@dc.gov.

EEO Investigation Services: The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) seeks the services of an experienced Investigation Contractor to investigate and complete investigative reports on all OAG internal investigations and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) claims of discrimination and retaliation. PROPOSALS are due:  April 9, 2020 to oag.businessopportunities@dc.govSubmit questions by April 3, 2020.

Contractor to Manage New Hire Reporting ProgramThe Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, Child Support Services Division (CSSD), requires the services of a contractor to manage the District of Columbia’s State New Hire Reporting Program in accordance with the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996, approved August 5, 1997 (Public Law 104-193; 110 Stat. 2105) § 453A, which mandates that each State establish an automated directory which contains information supplied by employers on each newly hired employee. Qualified firms, including certified small and local businesses, are invited to submit quotes in response to the attached request for quotations by 10 a.m. Friday, March 27, 2020.

Outside Counsel for JUUL LitigationThe Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia is researching the availability of qualified law firms to assist with litigation against Juul Labs, Inc. as well as to assist with investigations of other e-cigarette manufacturers. Responses are requested by 10:00 a.m. on February 18, 2020 to OAG.BusinessOpportunities@dc.gov with a copy to me at Janice.Watson@dc.gov.

IRS Safeguards Audit ConsultingThe District of Columbia Office of the Attorney General, Child Support Services Division, is seeking a contractor to assist the agency with preparation of various IRS Safeguarding documents. These include, but are not limited to, Preliminary Findings Reports (“PFRs”), Safeguard Review Reports (“SRRs”), Safeguard Security Reports (“SSRs”), and Corrective Action Plans (“CAPs”).

Contractor for Annual ReportThe Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) is seeking a contractor to design and print its 2019-2020 Annual Report. The contractor will be responsible for the overall graphic design, report layout, and printing of final product. This report will help District residents understand how OAG is fulfilling its statutory obligations and furthering its policy goals. It will also inform residents how they can access OAG’s services.

Outside Counsel for Alleged Patent Infringement: The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) is researching the availability of qualified law firms to assist OAG in a matter concerning an allegation of patent infringement. Under D.C. Code § 2-354.13(3), the procurement for these legal services is exempt from the competitive procurement process. However, in the interest of transparency and procuring the best services for the District of Columbia (District), OAG is inviting qualified firms to notify the District that they are interested in assisting OAG in this matter.

Review Child Support Guidelines: The District of Columbia Office of the Attorney General, Child Support Services Division, collectively the “District,” is seeking the services of a Contractor to provide a thorough review of the District of Columbia’s current child support guidelines and make recommendations on how these guidelines can be improved.

Cure the Streets Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA): The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) invites the submission of applications from community-based organizations to be host sites for four new Cure the Streets Sites.

Survey Services for Cure the Streets Violence Interruption ProgramThe Office of Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) is seeking an experienced contractor to perform Survey Services, including survey development, implementation, and analysis, for its Cure the Streets (CTS) Violence Interruption Program. 

CSSD Genetic TestingThe Office of the Attorney General for the Government District of Columbia (OAG) requires the services of a Contractor to provide genetic testing services for the Child Support Services Division (CSSD). 

DCCSES ModernizationThe Office of the Attorney General (OAG) for the Government of the District of Columbia requires the services of multiple contractors to provide highly skilled personnel to augment and perform information technology (IT) staffing services in the following labor categories: (1) Analyst (2) Child Support Enforcement Subject Matter Expert (3) Project Management (4) Software Administration (5) Software Engineer (6) Technical Architect. THIS SOLICITATION IS 100% SET ASIDE FOR CERTIFIED SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISES (SBEs).

Contractor for Classification and Compensation Review: The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) for the District of Columbia is seeking an experienced contractor to perform classification and compensation review of its approximately 33 administrative professional positions.

Outside Counsel for Opioid Litigation: The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) seeks a qualified law firm to assist with the investigation of and litigation against manufacturers and distributors of prescription opioid pharmaceuticals and any other potentially liable parties. Under D.C. Code §2-354.13(3), the procurement for these legal services is exempt from the competitive procurement process. However, in the interest of transparency and procuring the best services for the District of Columbia (District), OAG is inviting a select few firms to notify the District that they are interested in assisting OAG in this matter. OAG is responsible for conducting the District’s legal business in a manner that is in the public interest. The Attorney General is the chief legal officer of the District.

Outside Counsel for Foreclosure Litigation: The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) seeks a qualified law firm to investigate predatory and discriminatory residential mortgage lending and servicing activities in the District of Columbia (District). Under D.C. Code §2-354.13(3), the procurement for these legal services is exempt from the competitive procurement process. However, in the interest of transparency and acquiring the best services for the District, OAG is inviting a select few firms to notify the District that they are interested in representing the District in this matter.

Outside Legal Counsel for Climate Change Litigation: The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) for the District of Columbia (“District”) is seeking a Contractor for legal services in support of OAG’s investigation and potential litigation against ExxonMobil Corporation (Exxon), and/or any other subsidiary, affiliate or successor-in-interest responsible for potential violations of the Consumer Protection Procedures Act (CPPA) or other District laws in connection with Exxon’s statements or omissions about the effects of its fossil fuel products on climate change.

Child Support Business Process Re-engineering: OAG seeks an experienced contractor to perform a complete program assessment, a resulting set of business process redesign recommendations, and an implementation strategy for those recommendations for all programs and services provided by its Child Support Services Division.

Legal Consulting Services: The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (“OAG”) is sending out this market survey to research the availability of qualified law firms to provide legal and consulting services in support of OAG’s efforts to address a severe increase in noise associated with air traffic from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (“Reagan National”).

Contractor for Three-Year Report: The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) is seeking a contractor to design and print a three-year report. The contractor will be responsible for the overall graphic design, report layout, and printing of final product.

Contractor to evaluate Community Engagement: The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) is seeking a contractor to evaluate and expand the impact of OAG’s community engagement in furtherance of OAG’s mission to serve the public interest.

The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) for the District of Columbia is seeking a contractor to design and print its 2018 Annual Report.

The Office of Attorney General (“OAG”) is seeking a contractor to support its child support collection and enforcement responsibilities. The current automated system, the District of Columbia Child Support Enforcement System (DCCSES) needs programming updates and enhancements as well as day-to-day operational maintenance.

DC Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is issuing the subject  Request for Proposals (RFP) for a Contractor to provide legal services in support of OAG’s investigation and potential litigation against Monsanto, Solutia Inc., Pharmacia LLC, and/or any other subsidiary, affiliate or successor-in-interest responsible  for the former manufacture and sale of PCBs, related to the recoupment of costs associated with the investigation and remediation of PCBs that the District has incurred, or will incur, or which the District is or may be held liable for by any federal, state or local government, or third-party.

Training and Community Outreach Services: The District of Columbia Office of the Attorney General (the “District”) is seeking to qualify community based organizations to provide high quality; structured training, community outreach and related supportive services developed for a violence reduction program by CURE Violence. Qualified organizations will be invited to submit proposals for Human Care Agreement type contracts on an as needed basis. The current need is to award two Human Care Agreement through September 30, 2018. However, the need for additional HCA could increase post October 1, 2018.

Cancelled Solicitations

Outside Legal Counsel: The District of Columbia Office of the Attorney General (OAG) (the “District”) is seeking a contractor to provide legal counsel to OAG in support of OAG’s investigation and potential litigation against distributors of prescription opioid pharmaceuticals or any other potentially liable parties including manufacturers. Here is the Pre-proposal Conference PowerPoint. Please also see the following amendments to the Outside Legal Counsel RFP:

Notice of Contract Awards Over $100,000

Notice of Intent to Award Sole Source

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