ICE Seeks Contractor Support for Immigration Enforcement Workforce Recruitment Efforts

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement plans to enlist a private sector consultant to help the agency recruit almost 26,000 workers in the next several years, GovExec reported Monday.

ICE sought information on potential industry sources of human resources and operational staffing services in an effort to address President Donald Trump’s requirements for the immigration enforcement workforce.

The agency released its request for information notice as the Customs and Border Protection awarded Accenture‘s federal services business a potential five-year, $297 million contract to support recruitment of 5,000 border patrol agents.

ICE looks to procure HR support services through a firm-fixed-price contract that will have one base years along with four option years.

 

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