Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has issued an RFI to determine capable sources with the capability to provide Geolocation Data subscription services for the Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Offerors will be required to tailor their responses to their capabilities in accordance with the following information below. The Geolocation Data Subscription Services include the following:
- Access to vendor’s host server through ICE firewall for Geolocation data subscription service, without the need for additional hardware, middleware or software installation.
- Geolocation service must be web-based whereas no data will reside within ICE Infrastructure Network.
- Meet or exceed. Data allows the ICE to accurately identify digital devices within the U.S. and international borders for information on a specific location, or a designated polygon area, during a specified time period within the preceding years, greater than 2 years.
- Meet or exceed that Location data must have been analyzed, cleansed and validated. The data shall be free from:
- Fake, fraudulent or spoofed signals
- Duplicated records
- Inaccurate times and/or places
- Meet or exceed requirement for geospatial and metadata algorithms with machine learning capabilities to process and provide data to a user via analytics enabled web portal. The analytic tools will include at a minimum polygonal searches and time/location search.
- Meet or exceed requirement for the data to be timestamped with latitude, longitude and horizontal accuracy.
- Meet or exceed requirement that data can be collected from the highest number of sources available, including but not limited to…”