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Special Notice - Status Update: December 22, 2022

Information Technology Supplies and Support Services 2nd Generation (ITSSS-2)

The purpose of this notice is to provide status; no information is being requested at this time.

On May 25, 2022, the General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Acquisition Service (FAS), Office of Information Technology (ITC) released a Request for Information (RFI) via GSA eBuy (#RFQ1560392) to gather information regarding market capabilities for awardees on the GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) Information Technology. A similar notice was also released on The RFI closed June 8, 2022. In this notice, GSA originally estimated that the solicitation would be released the fourth quarter FY2022.

The government is currently defining requirements and developing the acquisition strategy to include the evaluation criteria. It is anticipated that a draft Request for Quote (RFQ), Statement of Work (SOW), and Labor Categories (LCAT Matrix) will be released in the second quarter 2023 timeframe through GSA e-Buy. After release of draft documents, time will be allotted for Question/Answer session(s) and Industry Day. The estimated timeframe for release of the official RFQ is now late third quarter/fourth quarter 2023. No additional information is currently available.

Moving forward, GSA will provide status updates to industry on the 23rd of each month via GSA e-Buy. If the 23rd falls on a weekend or holiday, the status update will be posted the following business day.

General Guidance

To carry out our intelligence and law enforcement missions, the FBI must meet the needs of our personnel and manage the facilities we have located across the country and around the world. 

The FBI uses a competitive process to acquire the goods and services that support the work we do, in accordance with Part 6 of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR).

Following guidelines from the Office of Management and Budget, the FBI is held to using best-in-class contract vehicles for many products and services. We encourage all business partners to leverage participation on these contracting solutions to better serve the FBI mission. All mandatory and preferred contract solutions can be found here.

The FBI primarily solicits bids and proposals through:

Please review the sites listed above for the FBI's current solicitations and areas of interest. 

What You Need to Get Started

To pursue any federal contract or grant, vendors must:

Vendors may want to:

What We Purchase

We follow a category management approach to procurement and make bulk purchases when possible. Some of the categories under which we make purchases and some example products and services are listed below. 

Information technology and telecommunications

  • Computer equipment, peripheral equipment, and software
  • Custom computer programming and systems design services
  • Computer and office machine repair and maintenance
  • Computer training
  • Radio and television broadcasting and wireless communications equipment 

Professional services

  • Marketing and general management consulting services
  • Office administrative services and administrative management
  • Data processing, hosting, and related services
  • Language and translation services

Construction, facilities, and equipment

  • Lease management
  • Facilities remodeling and construction 
  • Facilities support and engineering services
  • Office furniture 
  • Analytical laboratory instruments and support
  • Fleet and aviation

Submit Your Idea

Does your company have a capability that you think could help the FBI? Does your company have a new or innovative idea? If so, submit your company information and capability statements.

The submission of information through this site does not guarantee an award, funding, or any contractual action on the part of the FBI.

Where Do I:

Send questions?

Questions for our procurement team should be sent to

Learn more about unsolicited proposals?

Read more about the FAR definitions and requirements here. Still have questions? Contact us at

Find open positions with the FBI?

Please visit for a complete list of current openings.

Find FBI contract opportunities and notifications?

The FBI primarily solicits bids and proposals through: 

Ask about a small business issue?

Questions for our small business office should go to

Find out about in-person events?

You can find more information and registration instructions for the FBI’s regular vendor outreach sessions here.

The FBI’s Commitment to Small Businesses

Our Small Business Program Office (SBPO) works to encourage small businesses to pursue FBI procurements. We are committed to ensuring that small businesses are given priority in our procurement efforts. 

The SBPO advocates for small business by issuing full and partial set-asides that meet federal goals and regulations. We strive to contract with small businesses on 31.25 percent of our prime contracts and 38 percent of our subcontracts.

FBI Small Business Goals in Detail

CategoryPrime ContractsSubcontracts
Small Disadvantaged Business33%38%
8(a) Business15.9%5%
Women-Owned Small Business5%5%
Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business3%3%
Historically Underutilized Business Zone-Certified3%3%

How to Connect with Us

Send general questions to or look for FBI representatives at industry outreach events, including vendor and industry trade shows, acquisition-specific industry days, and law enforcement events. 

The director of the Department of Justice’s Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization hosts vendor outreach sessions on the third Tuesday of each month (unless otherwise specified). The FBI’s SBPO staff attends these face-to-face sessions, as do personnel from other Department of Justice components. Complete information and instructions on how to register for these sessions is available here.