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Agreements Analyst 24-6348

Army or Air Force: E6:E7:E8:E9

 
Length: 1 year ; Location: Remote, Multiple
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - CPO
Service: Army or Air Force Desired Grade: E6:E7:E8:E9

Tour Description: 24-6348, Length 1 year REMOTE -Telework • The Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act certified individual provides research/analysis to determine availability of goods and services; analyzes market trends, commercial practices, conditions, and technological advances; and selects appropriate contracting techniques and procedures for interagency acquisitions and determines recommended course of action. • Demonstrates acquisition acumen and knowledge of appropriation law in reviews of interagency agreement packages for adequacy and compliance with DoDi 4000.19, as well as FAR, DFARs, FMR, and other administrative, regulatory, and procedural requirements, ensuring appropriate legal authority, consistency with monetary limitations, and general auditing standards. • Coordinates with customer directorates and other agencies to determine the appropriate strategy and method of procurement for complex and/or diversified supplies, services, and/or equipment using a wide range of contracting methods and agreement types and develop transition plans to move interagency acquisitions to direct contracts when appropriate. • Implements internal controls and oversight measures in accordance with DoD 5010.40 and executes post-award agreement and contract performance management including agreement periodic, mid-point reviews, annual reimbursable support services agreement reviews, and reviews contracts awarded under assisted acquisition agreements for compliance with DoD requirements as well as deliverable achievement. Determines the need for and obtains audits and technical evaluations. • Represents DCSA to other government agencies in negotiations and disputes involving Interagency agreements and assisted acquisitions. Resolves agency to agency disagreements and ensures fees are negotiated at fair and reasonable prices. • Works with IAA related documents and approvals (including MOAs, MOUs, IAAs, D&Fs, 7600A-B, MIPRs, as well as others) and supports the implementation of the g-invoicing process. • Supports and advocates for acquisition innovation in terms of speed and efficiencies in purchasing, tools, and proposed products and services, and opportunities to improve quality, efficiency, and effectiveness in process or product. • Provides support of initiation and implementation of a grant program at DCSA. • Prepares supplemental policy and guidance including training materials and provides training to mission areas, develops document templates, creates publishable content for website on agreement.

Qualifications: DoD Contracting experience, minimum secret clearance. Applications must provide the following documents: · Military Bio · Professional Resume · Last three evaluations

To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Agreements Analyst 24-6349

Army or Air Force: E6:E7:E8:E9

 
Length: 1 year+ ; Location: Remote, Multiple
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - CPO
Service: Army or Air Force Desired Grade: E6:E7:E8:E9

Tour Description: 24-6349, Length 1 Year: LOCATION: REMOTE/Telework * Prepares supplemental policy and guidance including training materials and provides training to mission areas, develops document templates, creates publishable content for website on agreements, and briefs senior leaders. * Seeks innovation in terms of speed and efficiencies in purchasing, and proposed products and services and opportunities to improve quality, efficiency, and effectiveness in providing or obtaining support through support agreements. Qualifications: DoD Contracting experience, minimum secret clearance. * Prepares supplemental policy and guidance including training materials and provides training to mission areas, develops document templates, creates publishable content for website on agreements, and briefs senior leaders. Applications must provide the following documents: · Military Bio · Professional Resume · Last three evaluations

To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226