WHAT IS THE OFFICE OF PROCUREMENT DIVISION: The Office of Procurement provides acquisition services for all Business Units of the IRS and other Bureaus and Offices within Treasury. Our goal as business advisers and partners is to help create agile, innovative contract solutions to ensure the IRS can meet its mission of effective tax administration.
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WHAT DOES A PROCUREMENT ANALYST DO? As a Procurement Analyst, you will be responsible for formulating, developing, and implementing a wide variety of guidance and controls to improve the effectiveness of IRS acquisitions. In addition to participating in detailed reviews of solicitations, contracts, and other acquisition documents or processes, you will analyze, evaluate, critique, research, initiate, conduct, prepare, report, guide, and ensure compliance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and other agency procedures for Office Directors, Branch Chiefs, and customers on topics related to specific or general acquisitions and policies and procedures. This includes making key decisions, developing and conducting training sessions, and being customer-service oriented with great interpersonal and self-management skills.
As a Senior Procurement Analyst GS-13, you will:
- Responsible for the overall development and coordination of the annual Regional Advanced Procurement Plan; keeping abreast of regional activities to assure that future procurement needs are known in advance.
- Initiate, develop and recommend contracting policies, procedures and guidance, throughout the region.
- Provide regional oversight by analyzing, evaluating, reporting, advising, and promoting improvements to existing procurement/contracting methods, standards, guidelines, procedures and practices.
- Serve as a technical expert on al procurement actions and prepares or assists subject-matter experts in the regional offices in preparing acquisition documents
- Develops, organizes and conducts procurement education training for regional office personnel to familiarize them with federal and agency procurement process and internal operating procedures.
- Serve as the Small Business Specialist for the region, advising on small, disadvantaged, minority, women-owned, disabled veteran, historically underutilized business zones, and labor surplus programs. As such, serves as a liaison to the Small Business Administration, the small business community and the IRS Small Business Specialists.
WHERE CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OTHER IRS CAREERS? If you want to find out more about IRS careers, visit us on the web at www.jobs.irs.gov
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