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Schedule No.: 738 PART X

Product/Service Codes (PSC): R799 and R499

Contract Number: GS-02F-0178W

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Contract Period: May 28, 2010 through May 27, 2015

JP Investigative Group, Inc.
9716-B Rea Road #211
Charlotte, NC 28277

Toll Free: 1-877-990-2111
Phone: (704) 243-1137Fax: (704) 243-1224


  • Point of Contact 1: Tracy Paonessa, Co-Owner
  • Point of Contact 2: Joe Paonessa, Co-Owner
  • Point of Contact 3: LaVonda Earley, Vice President of Marketing

Contract Administration Source: (same as Contractor information above)

Business Size: Small Business, Woman Owned


1a. Table of Awarded Special Item Number(s) with appropriate cross-reference to item descriptions and awarded price(s).

SIN Description Cross Reference
595-21 Human Resource Services: Workers’ Compensation Page 3
595-27 Human Resource Services: Pre-employment Background Screening Page 3

1b. Identification of the lowest priced service for each special item number awarded in the contract.

SIN Description Lowest Price

Human Resource Services: Workers’ Compensation Investigator I

595-21 Human Resource Services: Workers’ Compensation Investigator II $71.79
595-27 Human Resource Services: Pre-employment Background Screening $352.64

1c. Labor Category Descriptions

Job Title: Investigator I Workers’ Compensation and Disability Fraud Surveillance

Functional Responsibility:

Investigator I conducts mobile and stationary surveillance for an employee who filed a claim but may have made false statements for the purpose of collecting workers’ compensation or disability benefits; or workers that abuse the system remaining on benefits far longer than their

recovery required for an alleged job injury; or allegedly became disabled as a result of being injured on the job. Prepares a concise summary of the surveillance with the facts and provides updates regarding all developments throughout the surveillance. Administers a comprehensive report on each employee/claimant and retrieves DMV

records to verify vehicles that may be driven by the claimant. Prepares a detailed written surveillance report on a CD-ROM and produces the video footage of the surveillance on a DVD. Abides by all Federal, State and local privacy laws.


Minimum: Associates Degree or Military related training, one (1) to three (3) years of investigation or law enforcement experience, relevant technical training on video equipment, State issued private investigator license, and excellent writing and communication skills.

Job Title: Investigator II Workers’ Compensation and Disability Fraud Surveillance & Investigation

Functional Responsibility:

Investigator II reviews the details of a case filed against the insured to confirm or refute suspicions or allegations of invalid workers’ compensation or disability claims status. Identifies claims for employees who may have made false statements for the purpose of collecting workers’ compensation or disability benefits; or workers that abuse the system remaining on benefits far longer than their recovery required for an alleged job injury; or allegedly became disabled as a result of being injured on the job. Conducts mobile and stationary surveillance, documents allegedly injured or disabled claimant’s activities should they engage in social events that defy the physical restrictions they claim while accepting benefits. Administer extensive research to determine if there is unreported income or employment at a Meratol second job, multiple claims under multiple identities or if an injury/disability has been exaggerated. If necessary, conducts interviews and record statements from the employee/claimant following all Federal, State and local guidelines, provide the insurance adjuster a prompt, clear and concise summary of the investigation, run comprehensive reports on employees/claimants, complete background investigations retrieving records from the public domain of courthouses and Federal, State and local record repositories. Research criminal convictions histories, civil litigations, DMV records, corporate filings, tax liens, judgments, property ownership and valuation, bankruptcy proceedings, registered sex offender database, verify previous employers, education listed on application and contact all references. We utilize cyber resources to obtain relevant information that provides data which may serve as the basis for hiring an employee. Prepares a detailed written surveillance and investigation report on a CD-ROM. Produces the video footage of the surveillance on a DVD. We abide by all Federal, State, local, Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act requirements.

Pre-employment Background Investigation Investigator II completes the pre-employment background investigations. Research is conducted prior to an individual being hired. Records are retrieved from public domains, courthouses, Federal, State and local record repositories. Research criminal convictions histories, civil litigations, DMV records, corporate filings, tax liens, judgments, property ownership and valuation, bankruptcy proceedings, registered sex offender databases, verify previous employers, education listed on application and contact all references. In addition, we utilize cyber resources such as face book, MySpace, twitter, etc. and licensed software to compile a comprehensive report of the claimant’s background. We abide by all Federal, State, local, Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act requirements.


Minimum: Bachelor’s Degree or Military related training, three (3) to five (5) years of investigation and law enforcement experience, relevant technical training on video equipment, State issued private investigator license, certification in interviewing and interrogation, certification from the division of homeland security, and excellent writing, research, and communication skills.

2. Maximum Order:

SIN Maximum
595-21 $1,000,000.00
595-27 $1,000,000.00

3. Minimum Order Limitation: $100.00

4. Geographic Coverage (Delivery Area): The 48 contiguous states, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Washington, DC and U.S. Territories.

5. Points of Production: Contractor’s physical facility, 1609 Shimron Lane, Waxhaw, North Carolina, 28173.

6. Basic Discount/Pricing: See discount/pricing chart on page 5.

7. Volume Discounts: Additional 3% off for individual task orders having an estimated value of $50,000.00 or more.

8. Prompt Payment Terms: Net 30 days.

9. Government purchase cards: Accepted for all purchases up to and above the micro-purchase threshold.

10. Foreign Items: Not Applicable.

11a. Time of Delivery: Within required timeframes as established by Government regulations

and/or within the period specified in the ordering agency’s statement of work and the order.

11b. Expedited Delivery: Available and will be negotiated with the Ordering Agency.

11c. Urgent Requirements: Contact the Contractor for the purpose of obtaining accelerated

delivery pursuant to Contract Clause No. I-FSS-140-B, Urgent Requirements.

12. F.O.B Point(s): f.o.b. destination

13a. Ordering Address:

JP Investigative Group, Inc.
Attention: GSA Orders
9716-B Rea Road #211
Charlotte, NC 28277

13b. Ordering procedures: For supplies and services, the ordering procedures, information Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA’s) are found in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 8.405.

14. Payment address:

JP Investigative Group, Inc.
Attention: Accounts Receivable
9716-B Rea Road #211
Charlotte, NC 28277

15. Warranty Provision: Not Applicable.

16. Terms and conditions of Government purchase card acceptance: Accepted for all purchases up to and above the micro-purchase threshold.

17. Special attributes such as environmental attributes (e.g., recycled content, energy efficiency, and/or reduced pollutants). Not Applicable.

18. Data Universal Number System (DUNS) number: 829003560

19. Central Contractor Registration (CCR): We are registered in CCR.

GSA Basic Discount/Pricing

(including IFF)
595-21 Investigator I Worker’s Compensation and Disability Fraud Surveillance 25% $60.45
595-21 Investigator II Worker’s Compensation and Disability Fraud Surveillance & Investigation 25% $71.79
595-27 Pre-employment Background Investigation 12.5% $352.64