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Anticipated Treatment Services Solicitation for Fiscal Year 2025

Tuesday, March 26, 2024


The United States Probation Office for the Western District of Arkansas anticipates an open season to procure clinical treatment services for the following identified needs and areas:

  • Northwest Arkansas outpatient substance use and mental health treatment.
  • Northwest Arkansas outpatient sex offender treatment.
  • District-wide residential mental health, substance use, and dual-disorder treatment, which may include short-term medical stabilization.
  • North Arkansas sex offender polygraph services.
  • South Arkansas sex offender polygraph services.

The solicitation for Fiscal Year 2025 (FY25) is for services rendered on October 1, 2024, through September 30, 2025, for identified regions within the Western District of Arkansas. The Western District of Arkansas, encompasses geographic regions in Western Arkansas including Mountain Home, Harrison, Bentonville, Fayetteville, Fort Smith, Clarksville, Hot Springs, Mena, El Dorado, and Texarkana.

An updated notification and posting will be placed when Requests for Proposals are available; our district anticipates this will occur early summer 2024.

Please contact Procurement Specialist John Vacca or Supervisory U.S. Probation Officer Craig Robie with any questions prior to the open solicitation period.


The United States Probation Office intends to procure treatment services for federal defendants and persons under supervision using Blanket Purchase Agreements. Agreements are for the period beginning October 1, 2024, through September 30, 2025, with a provision for the Government to unilaterally extend the agreement in accordance with Section I, Clause 2-90D, Option to Extend the Term, for an additional four years, at four twelve-month intervals. Required services include but are not limited to case management; assessments/evaluations; counseling in the areas of substance use, mental health, co-occurring disorders, and sex offense; polygraph examinations; outpatient and inpatient detoxification; medication; short-term residential placement; transportation expense.

Interested offerors should submit an email of interest to that includes the offeror’s name, mailing address, telephone number, and e-mail address. On or after June 15, Request for Proposals (RFP) will be posted on the agency’s web page.

Interested offerors must respond on time to solicitation deadlines and clearly show: (1) they can provide services within the catchment area with a facility available for use, (2) such services will be provided by professionals meeting the experience and criteria required, and (3) prices of such treatment shall be as low or lower than those charged to the offeror’s most favored customer for comparable quantities under similar terms and conditions.