Procurement Services Staff
The Procurement Services Staff (PSS) provides acquisition support to the Department's Offices, Boards, and Divisions (OBDs). The OBDs include the Department's litigating components (Antitrust Division, Civil Division, Civil Rights Division, Criminal Division, Environment and Natural Resources Division, Tax Division, and U.S. Attorneys) as well as other DOJ components such as the U.S. Trustees and JMD Staffs.
Doing Business with the Offices, Boards, and Divisions
The Procurement Services Staff (PSS) is responsible for fulfilling the acquisition needs of the Offices, Boards, and Divisions (OBD). Information on business opportunities within the OBDs, including opportunities for small and disadvantaged businesses, can be found on the Department's Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization website.
PSS delegates procurement authority to individuals in the OBDs, including U.S. Attorneys Offices and U.S. Trustees Offices nationwide. Some of the larger organizations have a full-time procurement staff while the smaller offices typically have one individual with a very limited delegation of authority. The following documents contain information on the OBD procurement offices and individuals within the OBDs that have delegated procurement authority:
Fact Witness Forms
All of the Fact Witness forms have been revised and consolidated based on the recommendations of the user community. The new forms are listed below:
DOJ-426 Request for Federal Government or Military Employee Witness
This form consolidates and replaces the OBD-16 and JMD-426 forms.
DOJ-44 Request for Advance for International Witness
This form consolidates and replaces the Appendix 1 Procedures for Requesting Advances for International Witnesses and Appendix 2 Procedures for Requesting Advances for International Witnesses Appearing on Behalf of CJA or Indigent Defendants.
PSS is located in downtown Washington, DC at Two Constitution Square (TCS) 145 N Street, N.E., Suite 8E.300 Washington, DC 20002. You can contact PSS by telephone on (202) 307-2000, or facsimile (202) 307-1931.