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    About the Position: This position serves as a Business Analyst (Procurement) in Army Futures Command (AFC), Command Contracting Directorate located in Austin, TX. AFC exists to modernize the way the Army does business by creating a space of endless possibilities to explore, develop, and test new methods, organizations, and technologies. Visit us on www.armyfuturescommand.com and join the team leading the Army into the future!

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    Responsibilities

    • Advises the Army Futures Command (AFC) Headquarters and subordinates on acquisition and procurement policy, providing direction on development, implementation and management of acquisition business policies and procedures.
    • Oversee, from a functional perspective, the requirements definition, design, development, and implementation of innovative methodologies that improve the acquisition business and procurement processes throughout the AFC enterprise.
    • Research acquisition and procurement issues and collect and synthesize data to identify trends and systemic problems and develop recommended corrective procedures for incorporation into acquisition and procurement guidelines and regulations.
    • Represent AFC (and its subordinate organizations) at meetings, briefings, working groups, IPTs, and management reviews with other Army, DOD, federal agencies, and private sector organizations involved in the procurement process.
    • Develop methods and implement processes, leveraging technology and business applications, to maintain situational awareness of AFC-wide and Army modernization procurements and active contracts.

    Travel Required

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

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    14

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