Acquisition Professional

ProSync Technology   •  

Annapolis Junction, MD

8 - 10 years

Posted 243 days ago

This job is no longer available.

Title of Position: Acquistion Professional


Description of Position:

  • Writing AF tech orders using Framemaker and SGML
  • Rebuilding books/manuals for the PKMA program.
  • Assisting the Government Capability Lead/PM, prepare requisitions (purchase orders) based on Program outcome requirements.
  • Research and identify vendor sources IAW Government procurement procedures.
  • Generate supporting requisition documentation (Quotes, ASFs, BERS, CICA, Sole Sources) and track requisition through contracting and procurement deliverable, and invoicing.
  • Provide weekly update on status of open and closed Program requisitions.
  • Manage and maintain Mission Master Acquisition List in order to: Create and track status on over 30 requisitions, capture information in a Mission Master Acquisition List; Submit updates via email to the Government Capability Lead/PM weekly; Post updates to the Government Shared folder when directed to do so; Track and upload all awarded contracts & receipts for MA PMs to review/pay invoices based upon data within the MA Contract Spreadsheet; Perform Data Transfer (DTA) of all documents for Mission review and upload to proper Share Drives; Generate and submit all security processing forms (SPF) with proper justifications for upcoming Mission scheduled activities.
  • Conduct market research for program Requisitions and obtain all quotes from various vendors; for IT equipment, services and contracts.
  • Transfer all Requisition packages to B52 BFMs to process.
  • Upload all quotes within the program Share Drive for PMs, Chiefs to review before requisitions are generated.
  • Generate Acquisition BERs, ASFs, PARs, and CICAs for upcoming Mission Assurance NC2 requisitions; for requisitions to be processed and awarded by Contracting.
  • Collaborate with program Mission to develop MA Master Acquisition list for the Chiefs of each program to review all acquisitions/funding.
  • Submit procurement documents (Quotes, ASFs, BERs, CICA, Sole Sources) for the MA Codebook/MECS Consumables and PCM Equipment for Requisitions.
  • Generate and submit all security processing forms (SPF) with proper justifications for upcoming scheduled activities that occur at the Facilities) for each program.
  • Mange/track all vendor trips and forms that have to be submitted by vendor for access to facilities.
  • Update MA Maser Acquisition List with all new procurement information; which includes cost, funding appropriation, contract and requisition status.
  • This overarching spreadsheet is for the Chiefs and PMs of the program to review.
  • Track and upload all awarded contracts & receipts for MA PMs to review/pay invoices upon the MA Contract Spreadsheet.
  • Transfer/U2C all documents for NC2 MA PM, that need to be reviewed and uploaded to the program’s Share Drives.


Education and Experience Required:

  • Eight (8) years of demonstrated combined experience in DoD acquisition management, program management, and/or contract management, and a Bachelor’s Degree with a business focus is required. In lieu of a degree, Project Management Institute PMP certification, or Contract Manager CPCM certification, or DAWIA Level III in any focus area, and an additional three (3) years of directly related experience for a total of Eleven (11) years may be substituted.
  • FACTS experience highly desired.
  • The candidate must have experience creating and updating Acquisition documentation (such as Acquisition Strategy, Post Implementation Review (PIR), Economic Analysis, Affordability Analysis, Cost Analysis Requirements Description (CARD), and Validated On-line Life-Cycle Threat (Volt)).
  • Must be able to track program status, perform risk assessment, update/ create briefing materials to senior leadership, track risks, and assist with the program schedule.
  • Attention to detail is a must.

  • Must be able to work in a high paced environment with stakeholder from across the DoD.

  • The ideal candidate will be able to advise in the interpretation of DoD acquisition regulations/ memorandums.

Clearance Requirement:

  • TS/SCI with Polygraph