Interagency Agreement/Interagency Acquisition Support Specialist

Schafer Corporation
Washington, DC
Jun 14, 2017
Jun 21, 2017
Accountant, IT
Full Time
Schafer / Belcan Government Services (BGS), a division under Belcan (, is a scientific, engineering and operational support organization providing high-end technical solutions to mission critical challenges. BGS's contributions are focused in the following major thrust areas: government services; civil and military aerospace solutions; cybersecurity and laboratory and scientific support. We choose to work on some of the toughest technical challenges facing the aerospace and defense industries today, meeting and exceeding our goals. The Architecture and Plans Directorate (APD) within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO) has a requirement for a SInteragency Acquisition/ Interagency Agreements Support Specialist to support the Global Nuclear Detection Architecture (GNDA) Program Support Division (PSD).Responsibilities:Tasks to be performed include, but are not limited to, the following:Assist Federal staff in budget execution, budget formulation, and program management functions to include these types of duties:Assist in development of INteragency Agreements/ Interagency Acquisition, Statements of Work, Performance Work Statements, and/or Statements of Objectives.Assist in preparation of Procurement Request (PR) packages.Provide support to budget tracking and adjustments.Provide prompts to Program Managers regarding PR status, next contracting actions needed, funding levels, and other information tracked by the PSD.Develop and maintain a balanced scorecard for the Assistant Director highlighting performance/risk for program funding, human capital, staff training/certifications, schedule, contract coverage, etc. Facilitate monthly program reviews with APD division staff and quarterly program reviews with the Principal Deputy Assistant Director.Prepare and review project management products to assist the PSD in meeting its program reporting and management requirements.Work with Federal staff to ensure timely response to Interagency, Department, and DNDO requests for information, document review, and data calls.Support the APD Principal Deputy Assistant Director as needed.Perform other duties as assigned supporting administration of the directorate.Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs):Bachelor's degree plus minimum of 7 years of experience.Understand the interactions amongst Program Managers, Financial Managers, Contracting Officers, and Contracting Officer Representatives (COR) needed to execute Federal Programs successfully. Understanding of the Federal Budget Process - especially Execution and Formulation.Understand legal limitations of appropriated funds in terms of purpose, time, and amountBasic ability to perform tasks related to:Budget Authority CommitmentObligationExpenditureProgrammatic BaseOffsetting Reduction Spend Down/Spend PlanSimplified Acquisition ThresholdMicro Purchase ThresholdInteragency/Reimbursable AgreementsOffer and Acceptance Unilateral Modification vs. Bilateral ModificationProgrammatic RequirementContract Line Item NumberPeriod of PerformanceDemonstrated ability to plan, initiate, coordinate, and execute a variety of tasks or special projects of varying scope and complexity; strong organizational skills required.Excellent communications skills to include written and oral. Ability to communicate at all levels of interaction and to present technical information clearly with technical and non- technical audiences.Ability to multi-task and respond to quick turn-around requests. Exceptional ability to use Microsoft Excel.Knowledge of other Office Programs: Word, Access, PowerPoint, Project, Visio.Program/Project management experience with planning, acquisition, and program management. Comprehensive knowledge of federal government acquisition policies with specific expertise with contract/funds management.Current Secret security clearance and ability to obtain DHS Suitability required.Desired Qualifications:Familiarity with the Congressional Phase of the Federal Budget Process and the role executive agencies play during that phase.Experience working in a program management office and acting as or supporting a Contract Officer Representative (COR).Experience using the OMB MAX tool.Experience developing Congressional Budget justification artifacts. Compensation BGS seeks to fill this position with an exceptionally talented and self-motivated individual. Salary will commensurate with experience. BGS has highly competitive benefits, excellent development opportunities and a great working environment.BGS is an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. US Citizenship is required for all positions.BGS Corporation does not accept resumes from third party agencies. Government Services (Washington, DC)

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