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 CONTRACT PRICE/COST ANALYST DO?
As a Contract Price/Cost Analyst you will be responsible for providing technical contracting expertise and oversee the cost and price analyses of a variety of proposed procurements, supplemental awards, and contract terminations, which ensure the successful operation of the Service.
As a Contract Price/Cost Analyst you will:
- Be responsible for acquisition planning/negotiation, evaluation of proposals, and contract cost and price proposal evaluation.
- Interpret and implement all complex federal procurement regulations and other official procurement guidance to develop and advice on policies and procedures.
- Develop comprehensive detailed reports on cost/price analysis, including recommending cost.
- Determine cost and price policies in coordination with other policy branches and operations offices.
- Serve as an advisor to senior Procurement and IRS management on cost and price problems and issues.
- Provide assistance in proposal evaluations, developing negotiation strategies and conducting negotiations.
- Determine strategies that require additional emphasis or clarification, provide different courses of action for arriving at goals and objectives, and justify the course of action selected.
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