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    This position is assigned to the Facilities & Construction Contracting Branch; Fleet & Family Readiness Support Services; CNIC; Millington, TN. Responsibilities include performing pre-award, source-selection, post-award, and contract close-out work in support of the NAFCON Construction Program. The work includes warrant authority for acquisitions directly supporting the NAF small purchase and NAFCON Major Construction Programs and obtaining necessary A&E, Project Validation Assessment (PVA).

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    Responsibilities

    In support of the NAF construction contracting program, assists with ongoing efforts of sustaining the Procurement Management and Assistance Program (PMAP) in direct support of the NAF project acquisitions program. Largely responsible for coordinating applicable Statements of Work; specialized shipping/packaging/marking instructions; inspection and acceptance provisions; delivery or performance requirements; contract administration elements; specialized provisions; and any necessary attachments; instructions for offerors and evaluation factors. These materials will be assembled into established solicitation packages with contract formatted documents consistent with the policies applicable to the methods of contracting (sealed bid, negotiated, and/or simplified acquisitions).

    Responsible for obtaining all appropriate pre-solicitation clearances, including those required by MWRDIVINST 7043.2, CNICINST 7043.1, and SECNAVINST 7043.5B as amended; applicable sections of the Federal Acquisition Regulation; those required by the delegation of authority under which the initiative is operating; counsel, and others appropriate to the method of construction contracting.

    Supports the solicitation process, including: advertising through appropriate means; establishment and continual update of prospective offerors/source lists; the receipt and evaluation of capability statements from prospective offerors/sources, and the prequalification of vendors. Supports the pre-solicitation and/or pre-proposal phases of acquisitions through leading and/or supporting the meetings on-site and at the installations, and will conduct site tours as appropriate, ensuring equity to all prospective offerors or sources. Responsible for supporting and/or leading source selection activities of both a formal and informal nature, including spearheading source selection teams and oversight of the proposal evaluation stages. May also participate in the selection of the successful offeror, including the award of the resultant contract, and the subsequent notification and debriefing (if requested) of the unsuccessful offerors or bidders.

    Other areas of responsibility lie in the conduct of all post-award contract administration functions through contract close-out for those assigned actions. This includes the post-award review of bonds; leading and/or participating in pre-construction meetings; coordinating with the administrative contracting officer source (commercial Title II, local FEAD, Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) and local MWR/CSP staff); general and/or specific oversight of contractor and ACO performance; oversight of the payment process; change order control, and implementation of any necessary changes through the preparation and negotiation of any necessary contract modifications, supplemental agreements, option exercises, or other contractual means; and subcontracting oversight and performance monitoring. Supports the NAF Construction Contracting Program in all other functional areas of contract administration, such as terminations for default or convenience, “cure notice” and “show cause” processes, post-performance assessment, and warranty administration.

    Develops and maintains contact with DOD and other Government agencies, with educational entities and trade associations, and with industry representatives for the purposes of exchanging information, evaluating proposals and establishing mutual positions for improving the construction contracting programs. Manages and coordinates a wide range of meetings, conferences, and other forums with Government, commercial and educational entities to facilitate improvements in the construction contracting acquisition processes.

    Responsible for assisting with the established MWR Director level NAF construction contracting warrant program, including the contracting officer nomination and selection processes. These actions will be coordinated with the Branch Head and Section Head, NAF Construction Contracting Section. Constantly strive to identify processes that will lead to more efficient and effective business functions. Develops and evaluates innovative methods for facilities design, construction, and contracting.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Up to 20% of the time.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    04

  • Job family (Series)

    1102 Contracting

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