The Office of Acquisition, Logistics and Construction is responsible for establishing and overseeing enterprise acquisition policy, processes, and education. Additionally, this office oversees the Department's major construction and major leasing program.Learn more about this agency
The Office of Construction & Facilities Management (CFM) is responsible for the planning, design, and construction of all major construction projects greater than $10 million.
Located at the VA Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
The incumbent serves as the Executive Director for Construction and Facilities Management (CFM) is the principal advisor to the Secretary of Veterans Affairs; Principle Executive Director for Acquisition, Logistics, and Construction (OALC); and other key officials within the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) on matters pertaining to VA's capital facilities and real property management programs, practices, applicable laws, and regulations.
The incumbent has overall responsibility for the leadership of CFM, managing a budget of approximately $2.5 Billion and overseeing the development of an enterprise-level facilities management strategy.
The incumbent is responsible for major construction project planning, evaluation, and budget formulation in support of the VA Strategic Capital Investment Program (SCIP) for major for major construction projects, leases, and public private ventures.
The incumbent identifies personnel, equipment, and financial resources necessary to execute the facilities management goals and missions, and assesses current and future staffing needs based on organizational goals and budget realities.
The incumbent provides the financial management of contracts through the final contract closeout. Operating expenses exceed $90 million annually and involve oversight for $75 million monthly in contract payments.
The incumbent directs the strategic planning, operational improvement, and integrated performance management functions for the organization. The incumbent develops and maintains reporting mechanisms for critical operational and transformational metrics, and reviews performance outcomes to identify potential systemic problems and/or continuous improvement opportunities.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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