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Document Management Analyst II (Litigation Support)
Ref No.: 18-06149
Location: Grand Rapids, Michigan
Start Date: 08/31/2018
Order # RFQ1325324
Job Title Document Management Analyst II
Number of resumes 6 resumes each
Resume Due 09/05/2018 EOD

Job Description
Job Title Document Management Analyst II (Litigation Support)
Client USAO-Western District of Michigan
Place of Performance (Number of Candidates) The Law Building
United States Attorney's Office
Western District of Michigan
330 Ionia Ave NW, Suite 501
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Resume Due 9/6/2018 EOD
Number of Positions 2
No of Resumes 6 each
Period of performance Base Year: Date of Award (DOA) plus 12 months
Option Year I: Month 13 to Month 24
Option Year II: Month 25 to Month 36
Option Year III: Month 37 to Month 48
US Citizen Mandatory
Security Clearance Preferred any active clearance or investigation. Or capable of passing any clearance
References NA

Job Duties
The contractor shall provide all management, supervision and personnel required to furnish a Document Management Analyst as directed by this document to perform the work described in this SOW. The district requires one (1) contractor, specified for the location below:

The contractor will perform a variety of litigation support services in support of the investigation and prosecution of cases under the USAO's Affirmative Civil Enforcement program. Most investigations involve: (1) monetary fraud against a multitude of federal programs or (2) civil violations of statutes such as the Controlled Substances Act and various environmental laws. There is a special emphasis on fraud matters involving federal health care programs including Medicare and Medicaid. The contractor will report to the Civil Division Chief of the USAO. Among the services to be provided are the following:

  • Develop an understanding of applicable federal, state and local statutes, regulations, and guidance to the extent necessary to make sound decisions regarding the handling of data and records. Follow USAO policies and protocols for the management of case data and records.
  • Work closely with Automated Litigation Support (ALS) staff to manage case data, including through the use of database software and other available technology. Assist with monitoring, quality control and verifying user input and output to automated litigation support systems. Troubleshoot, test and implement automated litigation support software, policies and procedures.
  • Organize and maintain documents and evidence for efficient automated storage and retrieval, including through the use of computer-assisted litigation support systems.
  • Create and administer document review databases. Ensure the timely flow and availability of documents and electronic evidence collections, as well as the quality of database content.
  • Identify software packages such as: databases, spreadsheets and word processing applications based on the effectiveness of (1) presenting complex and voluminous evidence, (2) producing graphic demonstrative evidence, and (3) meeting individual user needs. Utilize the tools provided by DOJ.
  • Collect, process, cull, load, organize, index, log, track, produce, and present case data using various software programs.
  • Utilize software tools to extract file information, create images of files, and place file images and other file data into document review platforms.
  • Create reports to track electronic discovery processing and production.
  • Draft and review technical specifications for production requests and responses.
  • Review and analyze documents and information produced in investigations and discovery.
  • Monitor compliance with litigation hold requirements.
  • Use software programs, computer equipment, and audio/video equipment to assist AUSAs in presentations and trials (i.e., PowerPoint, Excel, CaseMap, Trial Director or other trial presentation software).
  • Assist in obtaining or employing forensic and vendor services to gather and analyze evidence and prepare exhibits.
  • Maintain expertise on available e-discovery and litigation support systems.
  • Provide assistance, information, and training to Civil Division staff regarding the effective use of document and data processing and review platforms.
  • Work independently with representatives from law firms to resolve technical questions, address compatibility issues, and ensure timely and seamless document productions and reviews.
  • Build and maintain excellent relationships with ALS staff, Assistant United States Attorneys, federal agents, Civil Division paralegals, other support staff, and law firms.

  • Strong technical background with computers, scanners, and data storage devices and equipment.
  • Knowledge of current litigation technology tools and processes, such as document imaging, database management and design, optical character recognition, electronically stored information processing, and technology-assisted review;
  • A minimum of 2 years of experience using electronic document review platforms such as Eclipse and Relativity in the context of litigation.
  • A minimum of 2 years of experience using document management and presentation platforms such as Concordance, Sanction and Trial Director in the context of litigation or trials.
  • Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team.
  • Undergraduate degree is preferred.