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 and (2) registered on the District’s procurement network (Ariba) and (3) in compliance with tax filing requirements of the District. For procurements of $10,000 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. If your firm is not currently registered with both the Office of Tax and Revenue and Ariba and you wish to be considered for one 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 on the form.

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 vendor in SOAR (the District’s payment system). The printed Ariba form along with a signed W-9 should be emailed 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.

The Office of the Attorney General values diversity as well as working with firms located in the District of Columbia.

Business Opportunities

Active Solicitations

  • 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.

Closed Solicitations

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

For awarded contracts over $100,000, the following documents are available upon request.

  1. The solicitation and all amendments thereto;
  2. The contract and all modifications thereto;
  3. Determinations and findings; and
  4. Change orders.

Click here to see a list of awarded contracts over $100,000.

Notice of Intent to Award Sole Source

To see a list of the Office of Attorney General's notices of intent to award sole source contracts, click here.