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DEA Seeks Info on Professional Admin Services Market

justice-dept.-logoThe Drug Enforcement Administration under the Justice Department has issued a request for information on market conditions around professional administrative services, including the capability level and availability of service providers.

According to a notice posted Tuesday on FedBizOpps, the market research targets participants of the U.S. Small Business Administration‘s 8(a) Business Development Program for small, disadvantaged businesses.

The statement of work indicates that requirements include capabilities for strengthening the operational performance of DEA’s Tactical Diversion Squads through personnel training and management and physical security programs.

The Justice Department will accept responses to the RFI through Oct. 14.

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