Senior Consultants are primarily responsible for managing, planning, organizing, and leading tasks and projects for the entire acquisition life cycle and for exceeding client expectations in the quality of all client deliverables. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Analyze and interpret DoD-level Acquisition policy and guidance to determine Component-level impact; and developing, staffing, and publishing Component-level Acquisition policy and guidance documents is required
Analyze and interpret DoD-level Acquisition Workforce policy and guidance to determine Component-level impact; and developing, staffing, and publishing Component-level Acquisition Workforce policy and guidance documents is required (this can be combined with the experience above)
Developing and reviewing acquisition strategies, documentation, statements of objectives, source selection plans, and business cases that support acquisition decisions;
Providing acquisition support for services and supplies, including major system acquisitions, and executing the full life-cycle acquisition requirement;
Provide practical and expert advice, recommendations and mentoring to government contracting officials in contracting, acquisition strategies, acquisition planning for the conduct of highly complex procurements, including on regulatory, policy and related acquisition concepts.
Reviewing statements of need and determining appropriate methods of procurement. Developing acquisition plans by reviewing previous history, market conditions, and acquisition of services requirements documentation. Helping the government client to prepare and issue solicitation documents. Support government efforts to conduct conferences with contractors to clarify issues on contractual requirements. Assist government teams in performing detailed analysis of bids or proposals received
Utilize automated systems for tracking and monitoring acquisition status, funding, implementation, and closeout; and
Utilize the Internet and various knowledge sources to stay current on all facets of acquisition.
Masters Degree in Business, Engineering or IT required.
Retired Military or DOD civilian strongly preferred.
DAWIA III certified in Contracting strongly preferred.
NCMA CFCM/CPCM certifications.
Experience in the 1102 job series as a Contract Specialist and/or Contracting Officer.
Active TS/SCI clearance (current TS/SCI eligibility or access).
12+ years of experience in the Federal acquisition arena.
Previous supervisory, leadership, or mentoring contracting experience with demonstrated ability to lead, coach, and develop teammates toward achieving desired goals and outcomes.
Relevant contracting experience, to include well-developed acquisition planning, strategy development, negotiations, contract administration, pricing analysis, and related functional assignments in the execution of the acquisition related requirements.
Superior knowledge of performance-based service contracting concepts, strategies, and governing rules and regulations.
Superior knowledge and mastery of federal acquisition laws and regulations, including Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations (DFAR) and agency specific regulations.
Knowledge of project management principles, automated tools, and program status tracking techniques.
Knowledge of DoD 5000 Standards.
Demonstrated ability and desire to maintain and expand client relationships through the delivery of high quality work.
Demonstrated well-developed written and verbal communication skills - please proof-read your resume before it is submitted
Demonstrated experience with regulatory, policy and related acquisition guidance, interpreting that guidance to a stated situation, and applying on a major acquisition.
Demonstrated ability to think independently and provide others with convincing and persuasive evidence that supports a stated acquisition strategy or position.
Demonstrated ability to multitask and work effectively, both independently and in teams, ensuring timely completion of assignments and meeting established quality standards.
Demonstrated superior interpersonal skills, including the ability to interact in a professional manner with senior level government managers and teammates during periods of high stress and tight deadlines.
Additional Salary Information: We offer: Health Insurance; Dental Insurance; Group Life, Accidental Death & Dismemberment, and Long-term disability; Mass Transit Subsidy; Access to a Long-Term Care group plan; A 401(k) Plan; A generous Paid Time Off (PTO) policy plus company paid leave for all ten Federal Holidays
Internal Number: DISA-SrAcqPolicy
About Federal Acquisition Strategies, LLC
We provide performance based acquisition support services to the federal program management, contracting and acquisition management community. Our leaders average more than 20 years in federal contracting and program management. Federal Acquisition Strategies seeks to be the defense and civilian agency’s trusted advisor for high quality and high speed support.
Federal Acquisition Strategies management brings to their clients expertise in
Performance Based Acquisition
Performance Based Program/Project Management
Earned Value Management
Contract Award and Administration
Program Planning and Control
Acquisition Strategic Planning, Management, Monitoring and Troubleshooting
Our benefits package is highly competitive and we offer excellent compensation packages to our employees.