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  • Reasonable Accommodation Procedures

    In accordance with Section 501 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Management Directive 715, and EEOC Regulations at 29 CFR Part 1614 (Federal Sector Equal Employment Opportunity), the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) will make reasonable accommodation for the known physical or mental limitations of a qualified employee or applicant with a disability unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship to the agency.

  • Reasonable Accommodation Procedures for Personal Assistance Services (PAS)

    Federal agencies are required to provide personal assistant services (PAS) during working hours and job-related travel to qualified persons with disabilities, who need assistance with performing activities of daily living that an individual would typically perform if he or she did not have a disability, and that is not otherwise required as an accommodation. These services include, for example, assistance with removing and putting on clothing, eating, and using the restroom. Individuals should use the DOJ reasonable accommodation process to request PAS.

  • PUB 2: 2022 Annual Report

    Annual Report for the 2022 fiscal year for the U.S. Marshals Service.

  • Body Worn Cameras Program

    This directive sets forth the United States Marshals Service (USMS) policy concerning the use of Body Worn Cameras (BWC) by Deputy United States Marshals (DUSM) and United States Marshals Service Specially Deputized Task Force Officers (TFO).

  • Affirmative Action Plan Fiscal Year 2020

    Affirmative Action Plan for the Recruitment, Hiring, Advancement, and Retention of Persons with Disabilities require agencies to describe how their affirmative action plan will improve the recruitment, hiring, advancement, and retention of applicants and employees with disabilities.

  • Federal Supply Class or Service

    This information is developed as guidance by the Interagency Committee on Property Management (ICPM) to assist our federal community on topics not directly addressed by GSA policy.

  • The Presidential Threat Protection Act 2000

    This document is to provide clearer coverage over threats against former Presidents and members of their families, and for other purposes.

  • PUB-9: Prisoner Health Care Guidance to Districts

    These guidelines refer to health care services that are to be charged to the U.S. Marshals Service and/or are provided outside of the detention/correctional facility.

  • Asset Forfeiture - Department of Justice (DOJ) Asset Forfeiture Program Vendors/Payees

    A list of Vendor Request Forms (Form) which have been partially completed for your convenience.

  • Prisoner Transportation Non-Federal Request for Movement

    The Non-Federal request form for prisoner movement needs to be filled out prior to transportation. Prisoner must be accompanied by medical paperwork that shows TB (tuberculosis)clearance completed within the past 12 months.

  • PUB-3: U.S. Marshals Service Past and Present

    A general history of the U.S. Marshals Service

  • PUB-200: U.S. Marshals Service - This is Who We Are

    Explains the different divisions within the U.S. Marshals Service.

  • PUB-116A: Identify Yourself! The Badge and Other Forms of Identification in the U.S. Marshals Service

    Describes the different historical ways in which a U.S. Marshal have identified themselves.

  • PUB-22(7): Service of Writs of Restitution (Evictions)

    Explains what a Writ of Restitution is, the process that go along with it, and the types of  evictions that it applies to.

  • USMS PUB-201: Avoiding Identity Theft for the Federal Judiciary​

    Publication to help the Federal Judiciary, detect and defend against identity theft.

  • Reasonable Accommodation Procedures for Individuals with Disabilities

    Written procedures for processing requests for reasonable accommodation. This document provides a description of the Marshals Service's procedures for providing reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. The document establishes requirements and provides instructions for acting on requests from employees or applicants.

  • PUB-39: 10 Steps to Doing Business with U.S. Marshals Service

    Publication about the Office of Procurement. Includes the "Ten Steps to Doing Business with U.S. Marshals Service," as well as the products and services that the U.S. Marshals Service purchase.

  • Office of Procurement Organizational Chart

    Organizational structure of the Office of Procurement.

  • 215th Anniversary Presidential Letter

    A letter from President George W. Bush to the U.S. Marshals Service congratulating them on their 215th anniversary.

  • Freedom Riders Program

    A folded program flyer, in which gave the itinerary for a gathering that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. attended at Reverend Ralph Abernathy's First Baptist Church on the evening of May 21, 1961 to honor the "Freedom Riders."

  • Booking Photographs Disclosure Policy

    This guidance supersedes all prior memoranda regarding USMS policy with respect to the release of USMS booking photographs (mug shots) to the public or media.

  • Chenango County Jail, New York Intergovernmental Agreement

    The Federal Government and the local Government establish this Agreement that allows three (3) Federal Government components, specifically, the United States Marshals Service (USMS) and the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) of the Department of Justice (DOJ); and the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), to house federal detainees with the local Government at the Chenango County Jail in Norwich, New York (hereinafter referred to as the facility).

  • El Centro, California Detention Contract - 15M40020DA3500004

    This document provide all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and other items and services necessary to perform the management and operation of a Government-Owned/Contractor-Operated detention facility for federal detainees.

  • Instructions for Submitting an Administrative Tort Claim with the U.S. Marshals Service

    This document provides instructions for submitting an Administrative Tort Claim with the U.S. Marshals Service.

  • Newport News Sheriff's Office, Virginia Intergovernmental Agreement

    The Federal Government and the Local Government establish this Agreement that allows the United States Marshals Service (USMS) to house federal detainees with the Local Government at the Newport News Sheriffs Office 224 26th Street Newport.

  • San Diego, California Detention Contract - 15M40018DA3500001

    This document contains numerous references, which direct the Contractor to notify, contact or provide with information or data.

  • San Diego, California Detention Contract - DJM-17-A35-R-0013

    This document contains information of personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and services necessary to perform the management and operation of a Government-Owned detention facility for federal detainees in San Diego, California

  • United States Marshals Service Policy Directives - Administration

    This policy directive implements federal and Department of Justice (DOJ) personal property management requirements, delegates authority, assigns responsibility, and sets forth policies, procedures, and forms (Appendix A) for the management of personal property that is owned, leased, or on loan to the United States Marshals Service (USMS), government property in the possession of authorized contractors, and property that is found to be abandoned or unclaimed within U.S. Marshals Service facilities.