Plan, develop, and implement sustainment strategies for a DoD program office, including analyzing comprehensive, end-to-end contract requirement to develop an Agile contracting strategy. Analyze contract development and execution against applicable laws, delivery schedules, payment provisions, contract data reporting, and other contractual requirements to ensure the scope aligns to the program strategy. Mitigate noncompliance issues based on evaluation of disclosure statements and agreements, reports, price vs. cost analysis, and engineer and program manager feedback and assessment. Consult on ways to resolve contractors' requests for waivers, changes or deviations from contract terms with the government. C ollaborate with a cross-matrix organization to ensure contract deliverables are adequately reviewed from a total logistics support perspective and approved in accordance with contract requirements.
- Experience with working in a DoD Acquisition Category (ACAT) I, II, or III Program Management Office (PMO) or Program Executive Office (PEO) that manages the acquisition of large, complex information systems or weapon system projects requiring development, integration, implementation, training, and sustainment
- Experience with the DoD 5000 series, Defense Acquisition System, and Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR)
- Experience with producing client-ready deliverables to support senior executive or flag level decision meetings
- Secret clearance
- HS diploma or GED
- Experience with gathering technical information, calculating and analyzing data, and presenting logistics metrics
- Experience with assessing and presenting production issues and challenges and identifying and recommending solutions to leadership
- TS/SCI clearance preferred
- DAWIA Level II or III Certification preferred
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.
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