DOJ RFP Canceled: FBI Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Internal Audit

Updated November 17, 2020


Notice ID 15F06720R0000326

“This requirement was canceled on 11/16/2020 due to significant changes to the scope of work.”

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Posted September 24, 2020

Notice ID 15F06720R0000326

“The Contractor shall provide appropriate Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to develop a robust FISA audit process that will allow the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to monitor and ensure FISA application accuracy and completeness. The Contractor shall also provide FISA audit process implementation guidance, which shall include recommendations pertaining to resources, organizational structure, and change management procedures. The Contractor shall design a FISA audit process of the size and scope necessary and offer guidance on audit process implementation.”

“The objective of this contract is for the Contractor to design a FISA audit process and resulting audit program and procedures, and offer guidance on audit process implementation. A robust and exacting audit process will allow the FBI to identify, measure, and remediate any potential deficiencies detected in FISA policies and procedures – all with the goal of continuously strengthening the accuracy and completeness of all FISA applications.”

“Based upon the results of the initial assessment at paragraph 2.1, the Contractor shall design an effective FISA audit process to reduce the potential of any non-compliance and to identify potential inherent and / or residual risk in the FISA process. To achieve the desired results of this contract, the Contractor shall provide a deliverable that includes, but is not limited to:

  • Development of an audit plan to measure FISA application process compliance and detailed recommendations, including but not limited to the appropriate timing and sample size for auditing;
  • Design of a reporting mechanism to provide consistent enterprise level awareness related to trends, risk areas, or best practices (i.e., if feasible, automated monitoring and/or real time reporting dashboards) regarding FISA compliance;
  • Recommending technological improvements if appropriate; and
  • Providing guidance regarding resources, organizational structure, and change management associated with the recommended FISA audit process.

“The anticipated period-of-performance is a base period of not more than one hundred and fifty (150) calendar days after award as represented within the requirements…”

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