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Paralegal/ Legal Assistant II
Ref No.: 18-06156
Location: Louisville, Kentucky
Start Date: 08/31/2018
Order # RFQ1325512
Job Title Lit Support Assistant
Number of resumes 5 resumes each
Resume Due 09/05/2018 EOD









Job Description
Job Title Labor Category: Paralegal/ Legal Assistant II
Client Department of Justice
United States Attorney's Office –Western District of Kentucky
Place of Performance (Number of Candidates) U.S. Attorney's Office-Western District of Kentucky
717 West Broadway
Louisville, KY 40202
Resume Due 9/06/2018 EOD
Number of Positions 1 positions
No of Resumes 5
Period of performance Base + 4 option Years from September 15, 2018 (1920 Hours each)
US Citizen Mandatory
Security Clearance Preferred any active clearance or investigation. Or capable of obtain Sensitive security clearance with 7 0r 10 years minimum background investigation.
Must have a valid driver's license.
References 3 or more professional references:
Name ,title, Company Name, Contact information, Job description

Job Duties
  1. Contractor will modify and manipulate files for use with Commercial off the Shelf (COTS) products and litigation support applications. Contractor will create and modify files for upload, typically into COTS products, and perform individual file conversion in support of electronic file processing.
  2. Contractor will receive and process electronic files, including email files and other files in their native formats, digital image files, even load-ready data and image files. Contractor will process, export in specified electronic formats, and load or import data into COTS products and litigation support applications. Processing of electronic discovery will include scanning, importing electronic files, and OCR'ing documents using e-discovery processing software; exporting electronic files to various formats and loading and updating databases.
  3. Contractor will perform quality assurance of all electronic file processing services.
  4. Contractor will work with the USAO to ensure that incoming discovery productions are made pursuant to the applicable Client specifications and when deficiencies are found, provide detailed notice of deficiencies and assist in correcting said deficiencies.
  5. Contractor will ensure that all exports for productions are made pursuant to applicable Client specifications and/or the requirement of the requesting party or USAO personnel using the guidelines established by the USAO.
  6. Contractor will ensure high quality, timely and cost-effective methods are followed through procedures established by the USAO.
  7. Contractor will provide some helpdesk support in all litigation support software applications.
  8. Contractor will provide training to users as necessary to enable users to utilize the litigation support applications

QUALIFICATIONS
  • Requires working knowledge of personal networked computers, including Windows 10, MS Office Suite, and networked printers.
  • Knowledge of computer systems, databases, litigation discovery process, and the EDRM workflow required.
  • Knowledge of document review software, and encryption methods a plus.
  • At least one year's experience performing electronic discovery roles including but not limited to electronic files processing, image and data file conversion, data culling using review tools, quality assurance, database loads and retrieval, required.
  • Experience with eScanit, Eclipse, LAW, IPRO Suite, Relativity, and CaseMap suite valued.
Educational Requirements:
  • Bachelor's Degree
Travel: All Contractor travel required in the performance of these requirements contained in this contract shall comply with the Federal Travel Regulation. Local travel is considered to be within a fifty-mile radius of the place of performance. For local travel, mileage will be reimbursed at the government rate for local car travel from the USAO where the contractor will be assigned with accurate documentation. Contractor travel will generally entail travel to/from the branch offices, but other travel may also be required, such as attending training provided by EOUSA in Washington, DC, or Columbia, SC.