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Procurement Specialist

This position is contingent upon contract award.

Design To Delivery Inc is looking for a Procurement Specialist to support a government customer in Arlington, VA. Duties to be carried out by the Procurement Specialist include, but are not limited to:

  • Support Acquisition Strategy development, planning, budgetary, contract and systems/program management functions required to meet program milestone decisions.
  • Coordinate and assist government staff with developing and drafting contract related procurement documentation for the acquisition of hardware, associated Research & Development, maintenance and support. 
  • Planning schedules and milestones, procurement requisitions, contract supporting documents, attachments, exhibits and enclosures. 
  • Assist in drafting Procurement Request (PR) packages, which will be reviewed by government staff, for new and existing contracts in accordance with FAR, DFARS and DON procedures.
  • Support the development and review of supporting program acquisition documentation in accordance with Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Navy (DON) policies.
  • Review, analyze and provide recommendations to utilize new initiatives and best practices to improve areas within acquisition management.
  • Assist in inputting all procurement requests into the automated Standard Procurement System (SPS), or any other authorize procurement request system.
  • Assist Cost Engineers in conducting technical and cost analysis and financial risk analysis by identifying and evaluating acquisition risks. Recommend management techniques to mitigate risk exposure.
  • Manage technical instructions (TIs) in support of the Technical Divisions. This shall include, but not be entirely limited to, coordinating statements of work (SOWs) and cost estimates within the division and with the prime contractors and tracking financial information and deliverables associated with each individual TI.

Required Qualifications

  • Minimum of 6 years’ experience in providing contracts/procurement, financial, and program management support as relevant to the job description above.
  • Must be able to obtain SECRET Security Clearance.
  • The drafting, review and coordination of procurement requests (PRs), funding modifications, and procurement and financial reports.
  • Maintaining procurement or financial matrices or databases.
  • Proficiency using the Standard Procurement System (SPS).
  • Experience using Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.

Highly desired Qualifications

  • Current Active SECRET clearance
  • Experience working in a Naval or DoD Program Office dealing in weapon systems. 
  • Experience in and understanding of the proper use of contracts using multiple sources of funding including FMS.
  • Relevant college coursework or training.


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