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    You will serve as a Procurement Analyst within the Contracts Support Branch of the Contracting Division at the NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY.

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    • You will monitor policies and procedures related to the pre/post award contract and/or grant functions.
    • You will serve as technical expert on standards and procedures governing all functional areas of the acquisition and assistance processes, most of which are applicable to the unique requirements for basic and applied research.
    • You will develop suggested policy and techniques to support agency positions or procedures involving the administration of contracts and/or grants with universities and non-profit organizations.
    • You will draft acquisition/procurement policy guidance, interpret directives and recommend implementation strategies of such policy and directives.
    • You will critique and draft formal comments on proposed Department of Navy (DON), Department of Defense (DOD) or other regulations and policies.
    • You will review procurement documentation and participate in peer reviews at all approval levels.
    • You will represent the Branch and participate as a team member on working groups in the development and preparation of NRL pre/post award acquisition and assistance policies, standards and procedures.
    • You will assist in responding to Office of Naval Research (ONR), Congressional and high level DON/DOD inquiries and data calls concerning policies associated with NRL contracts and assistance programs.
    • You will handle special projects involving research and analysis.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1102 Contracting

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