Justice Dept Awards Four Spots for Potential $1B Litigation Support IDIQ

JusticeDeptScalesFour companies have won positions on a potential $1.1 billion Justice Department contract vehicle covering automated litigation support services for up to six years.

CACI International (NYSE: CACI), Deloitte, Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) and USIS will compete for task orders to provide professional services and products to DOJ components, the department said in a July 30 notice on FedBizOpps.

The products and services are intended to help attorneys acquire, organize, develop and present evidence during the pre-filing investigation, complaint, discovery, trial, post-trial brief and the appeals phases of cases.

CACI said Monday that Mega 4 contract awardees will provide e-discovery, paralegal services and other automated litigation support services to DOJ litigating divisions, the Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys and other federal agencies.

DOJ lists potential areas of work as including:

  • Contract and program management
  • Document acquisition
  • Database creation
  • Database utilization
  • Electronic data acquisition
  • Legal support
  • Pre-trial and trial support
  • Resource planning, implementation and administration
  • Specialized professional services

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