Federal Acquisition Subject Matter Expert (SME)

Censeo Consulting
Washington, DC
Feb 19, 2021
Feb 24, 2021
Accountant, IT
Full Time
Washington DC, DC Full Time Position Overview Position Description: We are seeking an Acquisition SME to join our team supporting HHS. In the role you willprovide innovative business strategies, agile procurement solutions, and work with the team to developand implementthe agency procurement policy/processes and provideconsulting support to the Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services. Qualifications: 8+ years' experience supporting complex federal acquisitions for a program office; project management and/or Contracting Officer background a plus Professional certification preferred (CPCM, CFCM, and/or DAWIA/FAC-C III) Possess knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), agency-specific regulations, and be knowledgeable of acquisition streamlining initiatives and reforms Strong understanding of various acquisition approaches and ability to formulate analyses and create comprehensive documentation Demonstrated performance developing pricing and negotiation positions across fixed price, cost reimbursement, and time-and-materials contract types Excellent verbal communication and writing skills Ability to work independently and in a team on complex acquisitions Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite of tools, to include SharePoint Responsibilities: Provides acquisition lifecycle planning and execution support to a high-visibility program group within a major HHS component agency Demonstrates knowledge of major acquisition lifecycle environments for strategy development and associated best practices Applies knowledge of federal procurement principles, policies, procedures, and standards to implement programmatic requirements Ensures on-time completion of task deliverables and activities such as developing SOWs/PWSs, IGCEs, market research, RFPs, project and operational plans, and process improvements Delivers expert advisory support to government senior executives, program managers, CORs, and division managers regarding the acquisition lifecycle Serves as a liaison between the program and acquisition offices on all matters of complex, high-dollar procurements Performs on a team as an individual contributor with a proactive approach to project management Position Particulars: This is an exempt, full-time position Location: Washington DC About Censeo: Censeo Consulting Group, a management consulting firm, is an advisor and partner to management teams who lead some of the largest and most complex organizations in the world. Our key areas of expertise include operations improvement, acquisition strategy, organization effectiveness, and IT strategy with a strong Federal footprint.Censeo is rapidly growing and has been recognized for our unique approach, culture, and values: 2019Ivy Exec #7 Overall Boutique Consulting Firmand #6 Top Consulting Firms for Culture 2018 Consulting Magazine Best Small Firms to Work For 2015 Washington Business Journal's Philanthropy List Censeo is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing equal opportunity to all applicants and employees in full compliance with all applicable state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, age, gender, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other class protected by applicable state or federal law. What's your highest level of education completed? 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