Business Management, Contract Management, Department of Justice
4 Year Degree
Support the execution of existing contracts and assist in the design and competition of new, large, and complex government procurement's. Activities include; project sizing, writing full spectrum acquisition packages, advise clients on best practices, capture lessons learned, and ensuring the integrated project team meets deadlines.
Research federal procurement regulations.
Perform requirements analysis of new acquisitions
Write, review, and comment on all artifacts related to government procurement and complex service acquisitions (specifically Information Technology) to include but not limited to; Acquisition Plans, Technical Evaluation Plans, IGCEs, SOW, Award Fee Plans, and Consensus notes
Participate in quality gate reviews
Support the client in acquisition competitions to include; evaluation advisory support, technical writing, peer review of documents, as well as industry days and due diligence sessions as necessary.
Responsible for managing acquisition quality indicators such as; CPARS and non-compliant closeouts of projects.
Peer reviews deliverables.
Drafts contractual modifications as required by government contracting officers.
Creates effective and prompt written communications and is a proficient verbal communicator with all levels of the organization.
Monitors procurement timelines and ensure schedules are met.
Assists government with responding to industry communicates to include; industry days, questions and answers, as well as requests for clarification.
Ensures the procurement strategy chosen is achievable of intended results and is in accordance with federal acquisition guidelines.
Facilitates acquisitions through the internal Contract Review Panels (CRPs)
Minimum 7 years of federal contracting/procurement experience.
Experience auditing contract financials for large complex government acquisitions required
Knowledge of standard contract structure
Ability to draft CLIN tables
Ability to gather acquisition requirements and assist government clients with writing Statements Of Work (SOWs) and acquisition packages
Understanding of contract-related financial documents.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work effectively with customers and peers.
Demonstrated experience developing acquisition packages in preparation for procurement activity
Ability to learn new concepts and software quickly.
Analytical approach to problem solving.
Clearable (able to pass both a criminal background check and credit check).
Demonstrated understanding of Service Level Agreements.
Experience with Performance Based Contracting
Capable of leading teams
Project Management Professional
Certified Professional Contracts Manager
Certified Federal Contracts Manager
Experience working in fee for service organizations