Manager, GPS Contracts Compliance Team Lead (64442)
- Integrates with various GPSC and Engagement team stakeholders to provide advisory support regarding various policy, compliance, and acquisition matters to assist in the development of compliant business strategies.
- Actively engages as the GPSC policy POC on various internal business strategy matters, providing insight to strengthen and shape the Practice's approach to strategy implementation.
- Regularly assesses external regulatory matters affecting the GPS portfolio and coordinates with GPS stakeholders to quantify impacts, as well as develop and communicate implementation plans.
- Based on current the current Government acquisition environment and current trends recommend process improvements and procedural corrective actions where applicable.
- Responds to information requests from contractual professionals in GPS and assists in responding to various external stakeholders including formal audit requests.
- Researches and reviews policy and procedure related matters external to GPSC to develop and communicate GOSC points of view.
- Develops and delivers relevant and applicable GPSC training
- Collaborates with other enabling areas to address complex contracts administration and proposal challenges.
- Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
- Strong written communication
- Strong consultative skills
- Ability to multi-task and operate in a fast paced environment
- Demonstrated ability work effectively work collaboratively with teams
- Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future.
Required Education and Experience
- 8+ years of relevant work experience
- Demonstrated experience in managing multiple contract types (e.g. CPFF, CPIF, CPAF, FFP/LOE, T&M, FFP) and solicitation types (e.g. FAR Parts 8, 15, and 16)
- Minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience.
- Command knowledge of the Acquisition Lifecycle
- Bachelor's Degree
Preferred Education and Experience
- Previous experience developing and management federal and state and local acquisition policy that has organizational impact
- Previous Federal or state and local contracts management experience as either a contractor
- Advanced Degree
- Direct supervisory experience of a team of 3 or more
- NCMA: CFCM, CCCM, or CPCM.