Contract Management, Department of Defense, Subcontract Management
4 Year Degree
Requires mid-level experience in managing contractual programs from cradle to grave in support of Government and non-Government contracts and subcontracts. Experience at this level also required in negotiating Teaming Agreements, Non-Disclosure Agreements, Consulting Agreements, and other contractual agreements. Contracts Manager will manage closeout of contracts and provide regulatory compliance overviews. Knowledge of FAR, DFAR and related agency implementing regulations is required. Experience with Joint Ventures and SCA contracts is preferred. Hands-on experience with all contract types including, but not limited to, Cost-Reimbursement, Firm Fixed Price, Time and Materials, and Labor Hour contracts/subcontracts.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Provides “cradle to grave” contract management, to include developing, negotiating, and managing Government and/or non-Government contracts and subcontracts ensuring compliance with FAR, DFARS, and other government regulations.
Identifies potential contractual issues or conflicts, analyzes impact/ramifications, and works with Program Management staff, subcontractors, and suppliers to resolve problems.
Provides subcontract management to program teams to include developing subcontract solicitations to include Requests for Information, Requests for Quotes and Requests for Proposals.
Conducts analysis of Subcontract proposals with respect to T’s & C’s, appropriate FAR/DFAR clause flow-downs, and proposed price/cost.
Drafts, reviews, negotiates, and administers non-disclosure agreements, teaming agreements and independent consulting agreements; interpret terms, assess business and legal risks, redraft contract clauses, if necessary, and provide strategies to minimize loss or liability.
Compiles and maintains required contractual records and documents in accordance with contract requirements and Company policies and procedures.
Manages closeout activities for contract programs in accordance with company close-out procedures for task order, delivery order, contract, and subcontract efforts.
Works collaboratively with Program Management to maintain a high level of customer satisfaction while managing multiple priorities.
Maintains an in-depth knowledge and working understanding of the US Government Acquisition and Procurement environment, the Contracts function and relevant company policies and procedures, FAR/DFARS, export, and other Government regulations.
Partners with Business Development by reviewing and executing Non-Disclosure and Teaming Agreements. Additional contract management activities include, but not limited to, analysis of solicitations, preparing summaries and developing strategies and recommendations based on the analysis, with attention to the financial and business risk of the proposed effort, participating in proposal team meetings, and preparing the terms, conditions, and assumptions upon which the proposal may be submitted.
Non-Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Manages the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR) compliance regulations for the company
Other duties, as assigned, in support of management’s goals and objectives
About Aero Simulation, Inc
ASI is a small, privately held company specializing in all aspects of training device development, modification, and sustainment. To accomplish this, ASI has over 175 engineering, management, manufacturing, logistics, cybersecurity, and maintenance professionals with headquarters in Tampa, FL and personnel permanently assigned at military installations in Alabama, Florida, Texas, South Dakota, Oklahoma, and Mississippi.
ASI’s primary customers are the Department of Defense and Department of Homeland Security. Additionally we have provided our services for several allied partners including Japan, France, and South Korea.
We pride ourselves in focusing on the needs of the men and women who are protecting our country and those of our partner countries.