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To start with ON FOX: The Section of Justice (DOJ) is paying out a personal company $1.5 million to develop a “transgender programming curriculum” to be employed throughout all U.S. prisons.
The DOJ’s Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) entered a agreement on July 1, 2021, with The Adjust Providers in Carson Town, Nevada, for $1.5 million for developing transgender-distinct programming for transgender jail inmates.
The BOP’s Business office of Public Affairs defined in a statement to Fox News Electronic that The Change Firms is generating a curriculum for transgender federal inmates that “teaches techniques to look for help for mental overall health fears and skills to advocate for bodily, psychological, and sexual wellness and security.”
“The BOP delivers products and services and plans tailored to handle the demands of the transgender populace,” the assertion browse. “By getting into into a contract with The Alter Firms, the BOP is ready to expand software choices for transgender inmates.”
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“By this engagement, the vendor has been tasked to build transgender-certain programming to be carried out at all BOP institutions nationwide,” it continued. “These involve three systems focused on reentry, transition acceptance, and a support group to assist transgender inmates in addressing reentry needs and managing identity concerns. The vendor is in the process of making these packages, which will involve complete curricula and facilitator’s guides, the use of instructional workbooks, and videos.”
The progress period of the curriculum is predicted to be finished by Sept. 30, 2022, in accordance to the contract summary on the government’s internet site.
“The BOP maintains procurement integrity and compliance with rules and federal rules when procuring contracts of products and products and services,” the agency’s statement continued. “The award of this deal was compliant with federal legislation and regulations to include things like truthful pricing of the award.”
The BOP also pointed to the agency’s “Transgender Offender Manual,” which outlines the