For procurement opportunities, interested parties should check the following locations:
- Department of Justice (DOJ) segment at Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps)
DOJ posts all of its open market solicitations for requirements over
$25,000 in value on the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps)
Web site. FedBizOpps (formerly called the Electronic Posting System
or EPS) has been designated as the single source for federal government
procurement opportunities that exceed $25,000 and provides the public
with access to procurement POLICYs, solicitations, drawings, and amendments.
Vendors can browse the listings and can also register to receive automatic
e-mail notification of business opportunities.
- Integrated Wireless Network
The IWN is a collaborative effort by the Departments of Justice, Homeland
Security, and the Treasury to provide a consolidated nationwide federal
wireless communications service that replaces stovepipe stand alone component
systems, and supports law enforcement, first responder, and homeland
security requirements with integrated communications services (voice,
data, and multimedia) in a wireless environment.
- DOJ Agency Procurement sites
Selected DOJ agencies have sites that provide procurement information specific
to that agency. Examples of what can be found on these sites are
contacts, lists of forms, policies and procedures, solicitation documents,
and other useful information.