Assist in the development of TFI analysis-derived action plans, papers, studies, reports, target
and strategies described below, as required:
o Action Plans. Narrative or briefing products that may include the following: (1) describe
strategic, operational, and/or tactical objectives against an adversary’s financial network; (2)
list Interagency operations, activities, and actions (OAAs) to be pursued to support an objective;
(3) list Interagency intelligence activities to be pursued to illuminate an adversary’s financial
vulnerabilities; and (4) list Interagency OAAs that can synchronize with military operations to
increase impact against an adversary network.
o Papers. Narrative products which highlight (1) an adversary’s financial network (e.g., financial
assets, methods of storage, processes for financial transfer); and (2) the vulnerabilities in an
adversary’s financial network and interagency capabilities which can exploit those vulnerabilities.
o Studies. Narrative and briefing CTF and TFI products that describe topics such as: (1) an
adversary’s financial network, addressing the adversary’s network throughout its history or
lifecycle; (2) USG capabilities to affect the network; second- and third-order effects of affecting
the network; and methods of synchronizing USG (military and other) capabilities.
o Reports. Narrative and/or briefing products which provide updates to OAAs; describe lessons
learned from OAAs; and summarize ongoing OAAs or intelligence analysis support.
o Target Packages. Combination of narrative and/or briefing products, which may describe a
specific target, the significance of the target to the network in which they operate, the target’s
centers of gravity and vulnerabilities, the effect on the network if the target’s activities are
disrupted, and community reporting on the target.
o Strategies. A combination of narrative and briefing products that support development of
strategies to defeat threat finance networks, and that contribute to DoD and USG strategies.
o Other Studies. The contractor shall provide in-depth studies when requested by DoD Components
and approved by DASD CNGT. Studies shall focus on the CTF areas of interest captured in this SOW or
as provided via DASD CNGT guidance and CO Letter if it is determined that the “study” is out of
scope of the previously highlighted tasks. Total hours required to complete a requested via CO
letter will be determined in response to post-award official communication submitted from the CO.
• Analysts shall provide support to DoD to best utilize non-lethal authorities of DoD support to
law enforcement agencies and financial enforcement mechanisms to support DoD priorities. The
analysts shall provide program and policy support including, but not limited to:
o Provide support for CTF-focused conferences, to include planning, set-up, execution, removal and
follow- on support related to conference activities.
o Assist in drafting guidance and provide expertise on matters related to implementing DoD
CD/CTOC/CTF policy and DoD efforts to support overarching USG CD/CTOC/CTF/CT-related programs.
o Assist in the development of strategic documents, DoD Directives and Instructions, and other DoD
policy issuances that affect DoD activities to counter threat finance challenges to U.S. national
o Work closely with DoD components, the intelligence community, federal department and agency
counterparts, including the law enforcement community, to research CTF issues, identify stakeholder
impacts and support coordination.
o Analyze highly complex policy, strategy, concept, and program issues and implications of broad
changes to the threat finance environment and provide analysis to DoD components and USG law
o Receive and analyze threat finance intelligence (TFI) information disseminated by Components or
elements of the Intelligence Community, including Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information