The General Services Administration wants to move the Drug Enforcement Administration headquarters to a new location in Northern Virginia.
GSA said in a presolicitation notice posted Tuesday that it seeks anew office space in the region with a minimum office area of 478,607 square feet.
The agency added it plans to lease the space for up to 15 years with a maximum annual rental rate of $22.4 million.
GSA wants a facility that can accommodate ISC Level IV security requirements and support round-the-clock operations.
Potential lessors are required to submit expressions of interest to GSA broker CBRE by April 25, the notice says.
DEA currently leases space at 600-700 Army Navy Drive in Arlington through September 2018, the report said.