Treasury RFP: Pilot IRS Cryptocurrency Tracing

Notice ID: 2032H8-20-R-00500

Related Notice: 2032H8-20-N-00034

Solution Challenge (SC) Three – Cyber Crimes Privacy Cryptocurrency Tools and Support

“IRS-CI is seeking a solution with one or more Contractors to provide innovative solutions for tracing and attribution of privacy coins and Layer 2 off-chain transactions, such as expert tools, data, source code, algorithms, and software development services to assist their Cyber Crimes agents in carrying out their mission as it relates to cryptocurrency privacy technologies.

These should support one of the outlined initiatives on Monero or Layer 2 network protocol transactions, or other cryptocurrency obfuscation technologies.”

“Under the overall direction of the Director of Cyber Crimes or their designee, the Contractor shall provide weekly status reports of progress to include major accomplishments, upcoming tasks, and issues or concerns. The Contractor shall work with CI Cyber Crimes personnel, Cyber Special Agents; business and functional points of contact; and other personnel, including other contractors, to gather and synthesize data and other inputs as needed. All documentation, data, source code, and software developed shall be provided to IRS-CI.”

“The primary goals of this solution challenge are:

  1. Provide information and technical capabilities for CI Special Agents to trace transaction inputs and outputs to a specific user and differentiate them from mixins/multisig actors for Monero and/or Lightning Layer 2 cryptocurrency transactions with minimal involvement of external vendors
  2. Provide technology which, given information about specific parties and/or transactions in the Monero and/or Lightning networks, allows Special Agents to predict statistical likelihoods of other transaction inputs, outputs, metadata, and public identifiers with minimal involvement of external vendors
  3. Provide algorithms and source code to allow CI to further develop, modify, and integrate these capabilities with internal code and systems with minimal costs, licensing issues, or dependency on external vendors”

“All solutions must support cryptocurrency transactions that occurred in 2020. All solutions for the must support open standards for interoperability (common file formats, REST APIs, etc. as appropriate) to facilitate easy integration into internally developed IRS-CI cryptocurrency analytic systems and data…”

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