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Guideline

  • State-by-State Chronological Listing of United States Marshals

    This document lists the names of the men and women who served as United States Marshals since the creation of the office of Marshal on September 26, 1789.

  • DOJ Equitable Sharing Program – Successful SAM.gov Registration File

    DOJ Equitable Sharing Program – Successful SAM.gov Registration File

  • Guidance for Grants and Agreements

    The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is revising sections of OMB Guidance for Grants and
    Agreements. This revision reflects the foundational shift outlined in the President’s Management Agenda (PMA) to set the stage for enhanced result-oriented accountability for grants.

  • Compliance with Touhy Regulations

    United States Marshals Subpoenas and Records Requests - Compliance with Touhy Regulations

    If you are issuing a subpoena to a Deputy United States Marshal or a Task Force Officer who is a member of a United States Marshals Service (USMS) task force or are issuing a subpoena for USMS records in connection with pending litigation, your subpoena request is subject to the United States Department of Justice’s Touhy Regulations.

  • Federal Performance Based Detention Standards

    The Federal Performance Based Detention Standards is based on the American Correctional Association Standards and is designed to establish the performance level required by the Government to meet the detention contract requirements.

  • FIT Readiness Program

    The objective of the United States Marshals Service FIT Readiness Program is to provide a comprehensive package to assist in assessing physical readiness, provide wellness resources and education on mitigating overuse injuries. The program focuses on utilizing the FITT principle. Upon completion of the self-assessment test, corresponding workouts, recovery breathing techniques and wellness information is available to enhance understanding and ability to improve physical wellbeing.

  • Subpoenas and Records Requests - Compliance with Touhy Regulations

    If you are issuing a subpoena to a Deputy United States Marshal or a Task Force Officer who is a member of a United States Marshals Service (USMS) task force or are issuing a subpoena for United States Marshals Service records in connection with pending litigation, your subpoena request is subject to the United States Department of Justice's Touhy Regulations at 28 CFR § 16.21, et seq.