WHS seeks intelligence analysis services

On August 22, the Washington Headquarters Services (WHS) issued a sources sought notice for intelligence analysis services. Responses are due by 8:00 a.m. Eastern on August 29.

Determine if any vendors in industry can provide Intelligence Analyst Services in order to identify threats through intelligence BI analysis tools, with technology tools as Authentic8, Dataminr, Jarviss, to conduct criminal investigative analysis, and collaboration with the military, intelligence, and law enforcement communities. 

1.        The Contractor is responsible for analytical support from a technical deep dive that also involves the identification, consumption, evaluation, and understanding of force protection, insider threat, counterintelligence, and counterterrorism threat intelligence information gathered from all available data sources and types, to include law enforcement and intelligence databases, websites, and personnel, and Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT). The contractor must be able to extract data from multiple sources, analyze the data working with data analytics technical tools to obtain the correct outcome of the targeted data pulled from multiple sources. 

 2.        The Contractor shall be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office software programs to include Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Data Analytics, Data Analysis, Data mining, technical reports and Familiarity with law enforcement or BI intelligence tools and applications, to include TAC (Think, Analyze, Connect); JARVISS; Microsoft Power BI; Microsoft SharePoint; social media aggregators; records management systems; and geospatial toolkits.

3.        The Contractor shall have the ability to apply basic understanding of the various forms of intelligence in order to incorporate this data into intelligence analysis; HUMINT, GEOINT, OSINT, counterintelligence, and Cyber operations. This does not imply of not only having a capability to conduct collection or manipulate technical data from these disciplines, but the ability to evaluate and put general information into a written product understanding by non-technical readers.

4.        The Contractor shall have the ability to perform pattern, trend, and link analysis based on analysis of intelligence reporting, message traffic, other data sources, and collaboration with other intelligence analysts, intelligence collectors, and investigators.

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Source: FedBizOpps