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Junior Contract/Acquisition Specialist

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 Junior Contract/Acquisition Specialist to support a government customer in Cincinnati, OH.

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Junior Contract/Acquisition Specialist will support government acquisition project managers and contracting officers in a wide range of procurement-related areas and activities, including but not limited to:

  • Provide expert level federal procurement/acquisition advice/insight on various procurements
  • Conduct market research and prepare associated documentation
  • Prepare draft determination and findings documentation
  • Prepare draft justifications for other than full and open competition documentation
  • Prepare draft acquisition plans
  • Draft requirements/work statements and documentation
  • Formulate and develop invoicing and expenditure spreadsheets
  • Prepare draft task order, contract and delivery order documentation and modifications
  • Research acquisition laws and regulations
  • Gather reports and accounting information from government systems
  • Gather acquisition/contract history data
  • Coordinate and assist with procurement reviews between regional management, legal, and other offices as required
  • Assist management with:
    • Pre-award and post-award contract file reviews
    • Data entry support for FPDS-NG reports for the Government CO to sign and approve
    • Electronic Contract File (ECF) compliance/filing/uploading documentation
    • Comprehensive checklist updates (task/delivery order and contracts)
    • File of reports in the contract files
  • Prepare option letters, option packages and various other documents needed in contract administration
  • Assist with a wide spectrum of acquisition data calls, including analysis of Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS) entries and compilation of acquisition metrics, etc.
  • Provide acquisition policy research and advise on various procurement matters, exercising options, invoice tracking, and other contract administration activities
  • Prepare procurement analytics, conduct acquisition related reviews, and respond to data calls

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must have a Bachelor’s degree in business, finance or equivalent field plus at least five years of relevant experience in government contracting/acquisition management
  • Must have Federal contracting experience working with all contract types and working knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)
  • Possess excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to interact professionally with senior staff and senior government officials, exhibiting decorum and discretion at all times
  • Individual must be self-motivated, a fast learner and able to complete tasks with minimal direction and supervision

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Please include your resume, salary requirements, and cover letter. Relocation expenses will not be paid. We are an EEO/AA employer. Principals only.

 

This position is contingent upon contract award.

 

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