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Program Manager

Design To Delivery Inc (D2DInc) is a minority-owned, woman-owned small business. Founded in 2001 and headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, D2DInc provides services to public-sector organizations in the areas of acquisition and procurement support, contract administration and closeout, development and administration of small business outreach programs, training, administrative support, and marketing communications materials. Our customers include civilian and defense federal government agencies.

Design to Delivery Inc is looking for a Program Manager to support a government customer in San Antonio, TX.


The Program Manager in this position serves as the counterpart to the client program/technical manager for complex agency programs.

Duties to be carried out include, but are not limited to:

  • Serve as analyst, advisor and program team leader for the management of major client projects or programs
  • Manage technical operations involving multiple projects and personnel at various locations
  • Required knowledge of the substantive nature of client programs, agency missions, policies, and performance objectives, program management principles and processes, the analytical and evaluative methods and techniques for assessing program performance and improving operational effectiveness and efficiency
  • Organize and coordinate planning and delivery of all program effort and is responsible for the performance of all program requirements
  • Meet with appropriate client management personnel, other program managers and client agency representatives
  • Formulate and review strategic plans, subcontracting, and deliverable items and is responsible for the coordination of all functions of program staff
  • Actively apply quality assurance measures to the management and performance of the program/effort
  • Meet and confer with client management officials regarding the status of specific Contractor program/technical activities and progress to resolve problems, issues or conflicts as required
  • The Program Manager ensures that program schedule, performance, and quality requirements are met


  • Minimum of 14 years of experience in program and project management, PMP preferred
  • Understanding of budgetary and financial management principles and techniques as they relate to long range planning of programs and objectives
  • Understanding of federal procurement laws and regulations
  • Ability to prepare independent government estimate and scopes of work for various types of projects and support services
  • Assist government contracting officers with technical evaluations of proposals from contractors and assist in negotiations as needed with technical support
  • Ability to provide technical advice on specific tasks, furnish written instruction, and relevant background material to team members and contractors providing professional services support
  • Ability to serve as point of contact for the programs managed on matters related to programs, policy and procedures
  • Ability to provide objective evaluations of a contractor relative to their performance on a given contract
  • Knowledge of each customer agency’s missions, programs, and legislative history to implement customer agency program goals
  • Skilled in application of fact finding and investigative techniques
  • Analyze and evaluate (on a quantitative or qualitative basis) the effectiveness of line program operations in meeting established goals and objectives
  • Develop life cycle cost analyses of projects or performing cost benefit or economic evaluations of current or projected programs
  • Advise on the distribution of work among positions and organizations and the appropriate staffing levels and skills mix
  • Oral and written communications and development of presentations and reports
  • Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills, with demonstrated capability of dealing with all levels of management personnel, task/project managers and client representatives

This position is contingent upon contract award.


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