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    About the Position:

    Serve as a Divisional Administrative Contracting Officer (DACO) for one or more divisions, sectors, segments, groups or intermediate home offices, hereinafter referred to as division(s), of a multidivisional defense contractor. Serves as the Department of Defense (DoD) liaison with contractor's division management with responsibility for promoting effectiveness and consistency in the performance of contract administrative services.

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    • Accomplishes complex and critical contract administration actions that have division-wide application pertaining to overall administration of DoD, and non-DoD contracts awarded to the assigned division.
    • Confers frequently with executives of the division and staff in resolution of problems; analysis and evaluations of group; complex and divisional policies and procedures which have inter as well as intra-group impact.
    • Disseminates information and data to the CACO and ACOs with respect to the division?s management, policies, procedures, accounting and financial information.
    • Division policies and procedures affecting other administrative and management functional elements are acted on by the DACO on a case by case basis when assistance is requested by an ACO.
    • Reviews and evaluates division policies, procedures and expenses, such as compensation, purchasing, estimating and other policies, having division-wide application.
    • Negotiates final overhead, forward pricing rate agreements and other advance agreements with contractor management on selected items of costs for use by ACOs and PCOs in dealing with the division.
    • Arranges and conducts meetings attended by ACOs, PCOs, Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA), contractor personnel and other interested parties.
    • Discusses and resolves contractual matters that have interdivisional implications.
    • This position is a warranted position with unlimited signatory authority.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - Business travel required 15% of the time.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1102 Contracting

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