About the Position: This is a permanent position with Headquarters, US Army Corps of Engineers, Directorate of Contracting, located at the Government Accountability Office (GAO) building, 441 G Street, NW, Washington, DC. Incumbent will serve as a Senior Procurement Analyst with responsibility for developing policies and procedures employed by United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) in its multi-billion dollar worldwide contracting missions and implementing acquisition related programs.Learn more about this agency
- Serves as a senior technical expert with responsibility for developing policies and procedures for the command in its multi-billion dollar worldwide contracting missions and implementing acquisition related programs imposed by law.
- Interprets and applies acquisition laws, policies, directives, regulations, etc., to the development efforts of automated systems and procurement evaluation programs to support the USACE contracting function.
- Serves as a member in support of the Procurement Management Review (PMR) program.
- Establishes policy, guidance, and direction for enterprise business systems deployment and implementation.
- Implements and develops formal systems training programs for acquisition workforce.
- Establishes and monitors training metrics of acquisition personnel.
- Coordinates efforts with Army and Department of Defense (DoD)-level intern and leadership development programs.
- Analyzes reports of functional and procedural analysis to improve the effective use of automated systems and applicable contracting and acquisition-related policies.
- Serves on task groups, committees and subcommittees with high-level representatives of Department of Defense (DoD), industry to review solutions, Congressional interest, unprecedented issues resulting from the complexity of the procurement process.
- Reviews proposed, new and revised regulations, legislation of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), Defense FAR Supplement (DFARS), Army FAR Supplement (AFARS).
- Serves as liaison for Division Chiefs and Contracting leadership to the Secretary of the Army, Assistants Secretary of the Army for Civil Works and Acquisition, Logistics and Technology, and the USACE Commanding General (CG) on acquisition matters.
25% or less - Temporary Duty (TDY) or business travel is required approximately 25% of the time to provide contracting and acquisition management, policy formulation for assigned areas, exchange technical information, collaborate on Army and Department of Defense (DoD) initiatives, and provide functional advice.
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