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    Summary

    This position is located in the Office of Economics and Analytics, Auctions Division. 

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    Responsibilities

    Provides in-depth legal advice and counsel to the Associate Division Chief, Deputy Division Chief, Division Chief, and the Office Chief on legal and policy issues related to the Commission's competitive bidding authority and the various competitive bidding methodologies.  Conducts legal and factual research in connection with legal questions.  Synthesizes information, and helps develop legal and policy positions and presents recommendations or findings to persons of various positions, backgrounds, and disciplines in various settings.  Drafts legally, factually, and technically complex documents such as orders, options papers, and legal memoranda.  Assumes significant role in projects involving competitive bidding issues in coordination with other staff attorneys and professionals, including economists, engineers, and analysts.  Participates in the development of long-range policies, goals, and objectives for the Division and Office ofEconomics and Analytics, relating to auction policy and regulation.  Assists in policy planning and policy review concerning broad and complex issues of significant public importance relating to competitive bidding policy and regulation.  Reviews and evaluates current rules and polices regarding auction regulation to determine applicability to current program needs.  Assists in formulating policy statements, proposed Commission decisions, and proposals for the modification of regulations or the adoption of new regulations.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    14

  • Job family (Series)

    0905 Attorney

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