Intelligence Community wants vendor support for its document exploitation activities

U.S. paratroopers secure documents after a raid
U.S. paratroopers secure documents
after a raid

The Virginia Contracting Activity released a solicitation on April 22 that is looking for contractor support for the National Media Exploitation Center — a unit of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence – which provides forensic processing, screening, translating, reporting and archiving of electronic and hard copy documents for the Intelligence Community.

The chosen vendor will provide a variety of skills, including tradecraft support, command briefings, intelligence planning, exploitation intelligence support, media management, and more, says the contracting office’s solicitation document.

That office envisions a cost-plus-award-fee contract with a one-year base period of performance plus four one-year options.

Prospective contractors are asked to submit a Letter of Intent, along with any questions they may have about the solicitation, by April 28. Their full proposal is due by May 21, says the notice.

The National Media Exploitation Center provides strategic document and media exploitation support to the Intelligence Community, law enforcement community and the departments of homeland security and defense.

Further information is available from Quentin McCoy at 703-275-8802 or