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Acquisition Principal

Position Summary As the organizational expert in the field, the candidate will provide high level consultation to management in program acquisition support. Researches extremely complex acquisition requirements, performs market surveys, and analysis in support of the program.   Duties and Responsibilities           Supports the development of program acquisition documentation such as Acquisition Plans (APs), Acquisition Strategy Reports (ASR), Procurement Initiation Documents (PIDs), Statement of Works (SOWs), funding documents, Contract Data Requirements Lists (CDRLs), and Acquisition Program Baseline Agreements (APBA). Assess program procedures, practices, philosophies, and documentation for compliance with specifications, contracts, and mission requirements. Attends, participates, supports, analyzes, provides input, develops, prepares and reports on briefs, point papers, reports, correspondence, meetings, conferences, and review boards. Uses highly complex quantitative analytical techniques to assess system acquisition process issues and develops risk reduction/mitigation approaches for improving acquisition/program planning, control, and execution. Consults with customers in the analysis and improvement of acquisition process policy and procedures. Develops and validates viable business models for business partnerships and acquisitions. Desired demonstrated experience directly supporting a Government program. Performs additional duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications: Current Secret security clearance. Master's degree with 15 years' of experience.  Experience cannot be substituted for education. Proficient in use of Microsoft Office Suite of applications. Selected candidate will be required to travel occasionally. 25033
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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