About the Position: This is a permanent position with Headquarters, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Directorate of Contracting, located in Vicksburg, Mississippi.Learn more about this agency
- Serves as a Senior Procurement Analyst in support to the Regional Contracting Chief (RCC) In one of the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Major Subordinate Commands (MSC).
- Acts on behalf of the Regional Contracting Chief (RCC) in processing justification and approval documents, award approvals, and similar requests for authority, or for deviations to existing regulations.
- Maintains liaison with Regional, District, and Center Contracting Office serviced by the Principle Assistant Responsible Contracting (PARC), other USACE Offices, HQUSACE, and Headquarters Department of army (HQDA) to provide timely information.
- Ascertains facts and obtains responses from appropriate activities to reply to inquiries from the Director of Contracting, Deputy Commanding General (DCG), Chief of Engineers, Congress, Office of Secretary of Defense (OSD), DA, and private industry.
- Evaluates and coordinates on reports of inspections, inquiries, investigations, audits, and related correspondence, as required.
- Develops studies on various aspects of acquisition management and contract administration which include preparation and presentation of position on proposed publications, directives to include analysis, evaluation, and implementation of suggestions.
- Resolves complex problems not directly addressed by existing regulations, or which require a decision by higher authority because of significant management considerations.
- Participates in source selection activities for selected procurements, to include membership on Source Selection Evaluation Boards (SSEB), and Source Selection Advisory Councils (SSAC), when so appointed.
- Provides "On-the-Job" Training to districts within the MSC on Acquisition topics designed to improve the quality of the acquisition process.
- Serves as focal point for assigned Department of Army (DA) or USACE programs impacting the contracting and acquisition process.
Occasional travel - Temporary Duty (TDY) or business travel is required up to 35% of the time to provide guidance to subordinate activities and to coordinate and persuade assigned contracting activities on the implementation of proposed buisness approaches or emerging policy and procedures.
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