FedSys - Mission Driven Success

About FedSys

FedSys is a worldwide professional services corporation dedicated to providing operational support to government customers throughout the United States as well as within the most austere and hostile global operating environments. Areas of focus include organizational development, training and mentoring, military intelligence, information operations, information technology, cyber security, threat assessment, interpretation and translation, and administrative support.



FedSys is proud to have made Washington Tech's Fast Fifty for the second year in a row, confirming our commitment to providing best value and exemplary service to our government customer

FedSys is proud to have made Washington Tech's Fast Fifty for the second year in a row, confirming our commitment to providing best value and exemplary service to our government customer.




FedSys is proud to have made Washington Tech's Fast Fifty for the second year in a row, confirming our commitment to providing best value and exemplary service to our government customer

FedSys is proud to have made Washington Tech's Fast Fifty for the third year in a row, confirming our commitment to providing best value and exemplary service to our government customer.








Criminal Justice Program Support — CJPS

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The need for law and order, as well as justice and respect for human rights is paramount in a world of growing transnational threats including terrorism, crime, and violent internal conflict. The US Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (DOS-INL) is mandated to furnish assistance to countries and international organizations by strengthening foreign police and criminal justice systems with a wide array of support.

These challenges include creating criminal justice structures where none previously existed, enhancing capabilities in countries or regions emerging from conflict or restructuring existing criminal justice systems consistent with international democracies and rule of law. These countries include; Afghanistan, Haiti, Iraq, Kosovo, Lebanon, Liberia, Sudan and the West Bank.

Recruitment is currently underway for career opportunities in the following position categories: Police Advisor, Corrections Advisor, Justice Advisor and specialists in numerous categories including Counter Terrorism, Forensics, Border Enforcement (Immigration, Customs and Security), Narcotics Interdiction and much more.

CJPS UPDATE:

The Department of State has released another Task Order Request for Proposal for the Mexico Police Training. This task order requires Police Subject Matter Experts and Police Instructors. A few of the minimum requirements for all positions include:

  • Fluent in Spanish at the Foreign Service Institute Level 3/3 or above for Listening/Speaking and Writing

  • Bachelor's Degree

  • At least 10 years of Law Enforcement Experience

  • Overseas Training Experience

  • For the Subject Matter Expert roles, candidates must have at least 5 years in that specific area of expertise.

If you qualify and are interested in being considered, please apply online:



learn more about CJPS

Learn more about Criminal Justice Program Support (CJPS)





Language Analysts, Linguists and Translators

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FedSys is currently seeking experienced and effective linguists to use their experience and skills to provide monitoring, translation, transcription and interpretation services to the US Government in a wide variety of locations and capacities. Required skills include the ability to read, write and comprehend target language and English with native or near native proficiency.

Languages of immediate interest include: Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese Chinese, Fuzhou Chinese, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, Korean, Lao, Khmer, Tagalog, Ibu/Igbo, Yoruba , Ghanaian (Twi), Jamaican Patois, Hatian Creole, West African Tribal Languages, Hebrew, Arabic, Armenian, Albanian, Persian Farsi, Urdu-Punjabi, Urdu-Pashto, Polish, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Spanish, and Portuguese.

learn more about Language Analyst and Translator opportunities

Learn more about Language Analyst and Linguist Opportunities





Lawful Intercept Training

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The goal of the FedSys Rule of Law-Law Enforcement Division is to identify, train and provide subject matter expert personnel in support of foreign nation building countries to develop and strengthen their capacity in the criminal justice sector. The FedSys Lawful Intercept Training Program includes a comprehensive four week course of instruction that teaches criminal investigators the utilization of Lawful Intercept as an investigative tool during criminal investigations. The activities under this program include: organizing, analyzing and optimizing LI intelligence; translating LI intelligence into law enforcement operations; and preparing and presenting LI derived evidence for prosecution. FedSys maintains a cadre of experienced Federal and State law enforcement and judicial professionals to support these bilateral and international missions.

Lawful Intercept Training - Iraq Ministry Of Interior Base Contract
FedSys assists in building the capacity of the Iraq Government to protect its citizens and borders by providing training and mentoring to the Iraq Ministry of Interior to enhance their rule of law. In support of the Department of Defense-United States Central Command, Joint Theater Support, FedSys was awarded a contract to provide a US led team of subject matter experts to establish the Lawful Intercept Training Course to Investigators of the Iraq National Information and Investigation Agency. FedSys provides pre-deployment and deployment support consisting of administrative, technical, logistical or other services. In addition, FedSys provides procurement services to obtain equipment for foreign police and infrastructure construction services to support these missions






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