Contracts Administrator, Government Contracting

Employer
DMI
Location
Bethesda, MD
Posted
Jul 29, 2022
Closes
Aug 08, 2022
Ref
610597795
Function
Administrative
Hours
Full Time
About DMI: DMI is a global professional services company that specializes in digital strategy, design, transformation, and support. More than your basic systems integrator or big-box advisor, we are a new breed of partner that blends human-centric consulting and design with agile engineering, delivery, and global scale. We believe that digital transformation is an end-to-endless evolutionary process that requires technology solutions and partners that meet organizations where they are. Consultants at the core, DMI has been delivering mission-critical, enterprise-grade solutions since 2002 for more than a hundred Fortune 1,000 enterprises, various state and local government agencies, and all fifteen US federal departments. DMI has grown to 2,100+ employees globally and has been continually recognized by top industry analysts as well as a Top Workplace in the USA and Remote. DMInc.com| Careers | Twitter | LinkedIn |Facebook About the Opportunity: DMI is currently seeking to hire a highly-motivated, personable Contracts Administrator to provide full life-cycle contract management of Government and Commercial contracts, General Services Administration schedule management, and supervisory support at its Corporate Headquarters in Bethesda, MD. This is a hands-on position and requires the highest level of ethical standards. Duties and Responsibilities: Administers advanced and complex contracts, participates in the formulation of contract policies, procedure, methods, operating practices and performance standards for the program areas supported.Submits and tracks proposals from solicitation through award acting as the single POC for government interactions on assigned contracts.Seeks debriefs for all contract award decisions, prepares and coordinates protest documentation if needed, generates substantive and relevant questions for use in advance of debrief opportunities.Facilitates effective implementation of contract responsibilities within program objectives and requirements.Assists subcontract administrators in the preparation of subcontracts through identification of prime contract flow-down clauses and obligations.Identifies and mitigates corporate liabilities by ensuring that a full and complete explanation of corporate contract responsibilities is disseminated within the program organization.Reviews and works to develop a consensus to resolve contract-related issues affecting company compliance and ensures that legal requirements, company, and customer objectives are always considered prior to decisions being made.Advises senior management of contractual rights and obligations and provides interpretation of terms and conditions based on fact and knows when to seek counsel from peers.Applies established acquisition/purchasing regulations, policies and procedures while assisting in the procurement of goods and services in the federal government environment.Assists with contract policy implementation, related training and maintaining established contracting policies and other corporate-change initiatives.Maintains contracts database integrity, associated documentation and training materials.Supports planning, organizing, and implementation of activities related to acquisitions and procurements.Administers GSA Schedule contracts and associated purchase orders, change orders, letters, memorandum, narratives and statistical reports as required under the reporting requirements specific to GSA, NITAAC and other government-entity GWACs.Oversees and ensures that corporate information is properly disclosed in various federal repositories such as SAM.gov and ensures proper reporting compliance (annual, quarterly, and twice-annual) under various contracts such as GSA Schedule and GSA-based vehicles, NITAAC reporting and ensures proper reporting for DMI's activities related to Small Business subcontracting reporting and fiscal year-end reporting.Manages, drafts and submits Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) responses. Qualifications: Required: 5-7 Years experience with federal government contracts Physical Requirement(s): NA Location: Work from home Working at DMIDMI is a diverse, prosperous and rewarding place to work. Being part of the DMI family means we care about your wellbeing. As such, we offer a variety of perks and benefits that help meet various interests and needs, while still having the opportunity to work directly with a number of our award winning, Fortune 1000 clients. The following categories make up your DMI wellbeing:Community - Blood drives, volunteering opportunities, Holiday parties, summer picnics, Tech Chef, Octoberfest just to name a few ways DMI comes together as a communityConvenience/Concierge - Virtual visits through health insurance, pet insurance, commuter benefits, discount tickets for movies, travel and many other items to provide convenienceDevelopment - Annual performance management, continuing education and tuition assistance, internal job opportunities along with career enrichment and advancement to help each employee with their professional and personal developmentFinancial - Generous 401k match for both pre-tax and post-tax (ROTH) contributions along with financial wellness education, EAP, Life Insurance and Disability help provide financial stability for each DMI employeeRecognition - Great achievements do not go unnoticed by DMI through Annual Awards ceremony, service anniversaries, peer-to-peer acknowledgement through Give-A-Wow, employee referral bonuses.Wellness - Healthcare benefits, Wellness programs, Flu Shots, Biometric screenings, on-site lactation rooms provide employees with several wellness options #LI-CG1

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