In keeping with the District of Columbia’s commitment to transparency in contracting and increased competition, the Office of Attorney General now provides a Notice of Intent to Award Sole Source Contracts. All notices are posted for ten (10) days prior to the award of a sole source contract. If you believe that an intended sole source award noted below is not justified, please provide your response to the email address for the point of contact for that proposed award by the response due date. 

Notice Date Response Due Date Contract/Caption Description Vendor Name Agency Contract Officer Email
05/09/18 05/18/18 Child Support Enforcement System Maintenance

Auctor Corporation

Determination & Findings

Office of the Attorney General Sanaz Etminan
Sanaz.Etminan@dc.gov
09/25/18 10/05/18 Reserved Parking Spaces

U Street Parking, Inc.

Determination & Findings

Office of the Attorney General Janice Watson
Janice.Watson@dc.gov
11/06/18 11/16/18 DNA Diagnostics

DNA Diagnostics Center

Determination & Findings

Office of the Attorney General Janice Watson
Janice.Watson@dc.gov
5/06/19 5/16/19 The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) has a need to extend its existing contract with DNA Diagnostics Center for Genetic Testing Services in support of the Child Support Services Division for six (6) months, through November 30, 2019, at the same price, while a new solicitation is competitively awarded.

DNA Diagnostics Center

Determination & Findings

Office of the Attorney General Janice Watson
Janice.Watson@dc.gov
9/26/19 10/07/19 The Office of the Attorney General, Child Support Services Division of the District of Columbia (OAG/CSSD) has a need for parking of six (6) District Government-owned vehicles at the garage operated by U Street Parking, located at One Judiciary Square, 441 4th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001 for Fiscal Year 2020.

U Street Parking, Inc.

Determination & Findings

Office of the Attorney General Janice Watson
Janice.Watson@dc.gov
10/09/20 10/19/20 The Office of the Attorney General Cure the Streets violence interruption program requires a contractor to continue to support the program by providing training and technical assistance. The contractor must have an established violence reduction program model. The contractor shall provide services including technical guidance and assistance; training for violence interrupters, outreach workers, and managers; and a database application to monitor program implementation and outcomes.

CTS Training

Determination & Findings

Office of the Attorney General Gena Johnson
Gena.Johnson@dc.gov
10/13/20 10/23/20

On-demand Ridesharing Services with Lyft, Inc.

Lyft, Inc.

Determination & Findings

Office of the Attorney General Emma Clark
Emma.Clark@dc.gov