The OS AI team has seen a surge in firms inquiring and researching potential RFQ/RFPs that stand to be competed at the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency in 2023. Included here are mix of 15 new and recompete contracts that are drawing a lot of interest from our customers, as well as some of the ICE-focused consulting firms that are being increasingly viewed as a top partner or competitor option (and/or potential employer).  

The list includes many significant contracts, tasks and BPAs supporting everything from Data Analytics and Reporting to application development, program management and planning, analysis and functional support services.  

While some of these potential requirements will not end up being recompeted in 2023 for any number of reasons (e.g., contract consolidation, extension, cancellation, etc), this list can serve as a great foundation as you build out your pipeline and start to have teaming discussions.  

Please note that some of these tasks and contracts are set to expire in early 2024, but any competition and related capture efforts are likely to take place in 2023.  

Related Resources:  

Looking for an 8(a), WOSB, HUBZone or SDVOSB to partner with at ICE? Click Here and filter the list by several key indicators, to include socio-economic status, NAICS, Contract Vehicle access, etc.  

Firms drawing the most attention: 

Included below is a list of the large and small companies we have noted as drawing the most views by Government and industry leaders on the OrangeSlices AI consultant directory over the past 90 days and that bring direct past performance and/or related relationships in support of ICE 

If your firm has capabilities that might support any of the efforts identified above, or if you are just interested in teaming at DHS ICE in general, make sure to comment below and let others know who you are.  


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