Solicitation Number: HSCEDM-15-R-00006
Agency: Department of Homeland Security
Added: Apr 02, 2015 11:45 am
Note: The attached draft solicitation document is for informational purposes only. The formal solicitation is expected to be issued April 17, 2015.
(1) Action Code. Pre-Solicitation
(2) Date. April 2
(3) Year. 2015
(4) Contracting Office Zip Code. 20536
(5) Classification Code. 519190, All Other Information Services
(6) Contracting Office Address. Office of Acquisition Management (OAQ)
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
801 I Street, 9th Floor, Washington, DC 20536
(7) Subject. Access to License Plate Reader Commercial Data Service
(8) Proposed Solicitation Number. HSCEDM-15-R-00006
(9) Closing Response Date. Draft RFP is attached. The formal RFP expected to be issued April 17, 2015.
(10) Contact Point or Contracting Officer. William (BJ) Quigley 202-732-2120- William.Quigley@ice.dhs.gov
(11) Contract Award and Solicitation Number: TBD
(12) Contract Award Dollar Amount: TBD
(13) Contract Line Item Number TBD
(14) Contract Award Date: TBD
(15) Contractor: TBD
(16) Description. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) intends to issue a solicitation to obtain query-based access to a commercially available License Plate Reader (LPR) database. Licenses to access the commercial database are sold to commercial consumers as well as law enforcement.
ICE is neither seeking to build nor contribute to a national public or private LPR database. ICE will use LPR information obtained in response to queries of the commercial database to further its immigration enforcement missions. ICE law enforcement personnel will query the LPR database using known license plate numbers associated with the aliens who are immigration enforcement priorities, based on investigative leads, to determine where and when the vehicle has travelled within a specified period of time. The results of the queries can assist in identifying the location of aliens who are immigration enforcement priorities, to include aliens with certain criminal convictions, absconders, illegal re-entrants and those that pose a public safety or national security risk.
ICE will also use LPR information obtained from the commercial database to further its criminal law enforcement mission, which includes investigations related to national security, illegal arms exports, financial crimes, commercial fraud, human trafficking, narcotics smuggling, child pornography, and immigration fraud.
FAR 4.11 System for Award Management requires that all prospective contractors doing business with the Department of Homeland Security be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM). SAM may be accessed at http://www.sam.gov/. Offerors must have a DUNs Number or have the ability to obtain one prior to proposal submittal. The entire solicitation will be issued electronically at the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) website: https://www.fbo.gov/ Paper copies will not be available. The solicitation, attachments, and specifications will only be available by downloading the documents from the FedBizOpps website. All prospective offerors are responsible for obtaining the solicitation, any amendments or any other information from the FedBizOpps website. It is therefore the offeror’s responsibility to check the website for any posted changes to the solicitation. The projected solicitation issue date is April 17, 2015. Please note that the issue date of the solicitation is estimated and may be changed without notice. When issued, the solicitation will specify the actual date and time for proposal receipt as well as a due date for the submission of any questions related to this effort.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Office of Acquisition Management (OAQ), intends to award an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Fixed Price contract for this effort using FAR Part 15 procedures. The anticipated award date is June 1, 2015.
(17) Place of Contract Performance. ICE locations throughout the United States.
(18) Set-aside Status. Not set-aside
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April 2, 2015
HSCEDM-15-R-00006_(Final).pdf (714.31 Kb)
Description: Draft RFP- Access to License Plate Reader Commercial Data Service
Contracting Office Address:
801 I STREET, NW, Suite 910,
District of Columbia
Place of Performance:
801 I Street, 9th Floor
District of Columbia
Primary Point of Contact.:
William J Quigley
DHS-ICE-PIA-039 Acquisition and Use of License Plate Reader Data from a Commercial Service
Acquisition and Use of License Plate Reader Data from a Commercial Service, March 19, 2015 (PDF, 19 pages). ICE uses information obtained from license plate readers (LPR) as one investigatory tool in support of its criminal investigations and civil immigration enforcement actions. Because LPR information can be combined with other data to identify individuals and therefore meets the definition of PII, ICE is conducting this PIA to describe how it intends to procure the services of a commercial vendor of LPR information in order to expand the availability of this information to its law enforcement personnel. ICE is neither seeking to build nor contribute to a national public or private LPR database. In addition, through this PIA, ICE is assessing the potential impact of the use of information obtained from LPRs on the civil liberties of the public and explaining the measures to be put in place to mitigate such concerns. ICE will publish an updated PIA before the commercial solution described here becomes operational.
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