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    • Performs review of supplier's procurement systems to include its management of subcontractors.
    • The incumbent is responsible for covering all procurement aspects, preparing a final report, signing the final report, and supporting all findings and subsequent recommendations.
    • Reviews the supplier's written policies and procedures to determine adequacy and compliance with existing government regulations.
    • Reviews purchase order and subcontract terms and conditions for Public Law and prime contract requirements.
    • Reviews the supplier's use of forms, records, physical layout, and personnel in the accomplishment of the procurement function.
    • Evaluates compliance with bid and award procedures, source development procedures, inter and intra company transaction procedures among others.
    • Conduct an exit conference at the conclusion of the review with supplier's top management to explain findings and offer alternatives for corrective action.
    • Prepare summary reports of latest findings to be distributed to the ACO and to high level management in the Department of Defense and all procuring activities doing business with suppliers.

    Travel Required

    50% or less - Business travel required 50% of the time.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1102 Contracting

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