Brief: Justice looks for online research

The Justice Department is planning a solicitation for computer-assisted legal research. The online services should include computerized access to legal, news, public record and related databases. The system will be used with local area networks, the Internet and standalone telecommunications access.

Justice officials will use the system from anywhere in the United States, including Hawaii and Alaska and territories such as Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam and the Mariana Islands. The government wants to pay a monthly usage fee. Responses are due April 21. Contact Connie Simmons at

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