DCSA posts automated interview development sources sought

On May 7, the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) issued a sources sought notice for Automated Interview Development. Responses are due by 5:00 Eastern on May 17.

DCSA’s Office of Research and Innovation (ORI) delivers premier credibility assessment capabilities to strengthen and improve national security, law enforcement and intelligence functions. ORI is seeking information on research capabilities that may serve to enhance credibility assessment functions and capabilities within the Federal Government to identify threats to national security, particularly when coupled with state-of-the-art physiological sensors and contactless imaging during credibility assessment interviews.

ORI has a potential requirement for the design and development of a system capable of collecting physiological measures during a credibility assessment interview and using this information, along with novel natural language processing (NLP) features, to direct credibility assessment interviews. The primary objective is to automate the collection of both physiological measures and NLP features, and then integrate these data streams to develop new information that scientists and computer engineers can use for algorithm development. The theoretical and computational foundations surrounding the use of these new NLP technologies as an aid to credibility assessment will also be explored by experts in artificial intelligence (AI), language graphs, and large language models.

ORI is seeking information from industry regarding capabilities to provide and maintain advanced and sophisticated engineering, research and development in support of the DCSA ORI mission.

Review the DCSA automated interview development sources sought.

Source: SAM

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