As a Acquisition Project Management Specialist, you will be a consultant and advisor for a variety of projects involving the procurement of various commodities and professional service solutions.Learn more about this agency
This position is located in the Regional Commissioner's Office in the Federal Acquisition Service(FAS), National Capital Region (FAS/NCR).
This office is responsible for for receipt and analysis of customer agency requests that include the development and evaluation of extensive, complex technical proposals to procure and meet the needs of federal agencies.
We are currently filling one vacancy, but additional vacancies may be filled from this announcement for other GSA organizations within the same commuting area.
As an Acquisition Project Management Specialist you will:
Acts upon customer agency requests for the acquisition/procurement of Information Technology, Professional services products and services to include the development and design of comprehensive, integrated system solutions, primarily involving military and civilian agencies who may exercise program authority on a national scope.
Prepares or assists in finalizing customer statements of work, performance work statements or statement of objectives, evaluates proposals, prepares negotiation objectives and supports negotiations with vendors.
Provides leadership in coordinating work efforts between customer technical functions and contracting offices relying on a wide variety of tools such as interagency agreements, diverse professional service contracts and other technical and business data to ensure solutions employed and contractual vehicles selected optimize customer financial abilities and meet business requirements in the most effective, efficient manner.
Occasional travel - Occasional Travel
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