The federal Judiciary provides business opportunities for companies and organizations that follow the policies of the Judicial Conference of the United States.
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Procurement within the federal judiciary is not subject to the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), which applies to most Executive Branch agencies. Judiciary procurement policies are the responsibility of the Procurement Management Division (PMD) within the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts (AO), and are issued in the Guide to Judiciary Policy, Volume 14 (Procurement). Offerors or contractors wishing to find the full text of individual provisions or clauses incorporated by reference in judiciary solicitations and contracts are directed to Appendix 1B of Volume 14.
Open Market Solicitations
In addition to publishing judiciary procurement policy, PMD provides operational contract support for the AO, and awards various judiciary-wide Blanket Purchase Agreements and indefinite contracts. Information on open market solicitations over $100,000 issued by either PMD, by local court units, or federal public defenders may be found on GSA’s Federal Business Opportunities.
Smaller dollar open market solicitations issued by PMD are listed below. Information about smaller dollar open market solicitations issued by local court units or federal public defenders may be found on the individual court or federal public defender website.
Limited Sources Justification (LSJ)
|Task Order||Point of Contact||Title/Description|
|USCA15F1003 (pdf)||Christina_Carter-Kurant@ao.uscourts.gov||LSJ to Extend the AT&T Wireless Services Task Order USCA15F1003 for 6 months in accordance with 2-90C Option to Extend Services (Apr 2013).|
|USCA15BPAC1020 (pdf)||Candace_Browne@ao.uscourts.gov||LSJ to extend the Axxum order for up to an additional one year period in accordance with 2-90C Option to Extend Services (Apr 2013).|