ITA International

  • ACC A6 Contract Administration Support

    Job Location US-VA-Hampton
    Job ID
    2018-2416
    Fill Type
    Proposal
  • Overview

    ITA International (ITA) is a provider of integrated support services to include analysis, planning, training, acquisition management, cyber/intelligence, engineering, logistics, and maritime support services to government, non-governmental organizations and commercial customers worldwide.                                                                                                

     

    ITA International is currently seeking motivated and talented individuals who can offer the knowledge, skills, and experience of a Contract Administration Support for our Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia location.  This position is contingent upon contract award.

    Responsibilities

    Have a working knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and its supplements. The contractor shall be required to perform duties that will give them access to current and potential future acquisition requirements. The contractor shall not disclose advice/data submittals or any part thereof, or any information gained from performance of duties, to any party outside the Government except with the written consent of the Contracting Officer.
    Execute pre/post Execute pre/post award contract management actions on various contracts in AMIC/PKD with various contract types as listed in FAR Part 16.
    Assist in the preparation of solicitation documents selecting appropriate clauses, ensuring clear and complete specifications, including packing and delivery requirements or other routine supplemental stipulation.
    Assist in the monitoring of contract performance through progress reports and analysis of contractor metrics, for compliance with performance standards, applicable laws, delivery schedules, payment provisions, inspections, progress reports, and other requirements stated in the contract.
    Establishes milestones for coordination through functional leadership and support organizations/agencies.
    Review requisition package for adequacy, consistency, and compliance with administrative, regulatory, and procedural requirements.
    Process additional funds or deobligate funds when required.
    Prepare contract modifications caused by, but not limited to, changes in technical requirements, by incremental funding requirements, changes in quantities to be delivered, ordering priced/unpriced options, and similar issues.
    Conduct cost and price analysis.
    Prepares draft pre-negotiation objectives and draft negotiation memoranda, as required, to explain rationale and methods used in arriving at the final settlement in terminations (e.g.: for convenience, for cause, for default) and other types of negotiated changes.
    Prepare full documentation for contract actions requiring formal review.
    Prepare draft replies to other involved agencies, appeal boards, or congressional inquiries/notifications.
    Prepare draft replies to Request for Information under the Freedom of Information Act and other inquiries.
    Prepare letters, memorandum, documents, or reports that support contractual actions or recommendations.
    Research and recommend appropriate action or interpretation of issues.
    Conduct contract close-out procedures according to the FAR. Shall handle all administrative duties of close-out and prepare all documentation for Contracting Officer signature. Shall physically stage all close-out files for storage according to FAR 4.805.
    Track and log open Purchase Requests (AF Form 9s), Military Interdepartmental Purchase Requests (MIPRs).
    Prepare contract actions in the Government’s contract writing system, Procurement Desktop-Defense
    Update the Acquisition Management Integration Center (AMIC) Acquisition Management System (AMS) as necessary.

    Qualifications

    Possess a Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of 24 semester credit hours in Business Administration, Public Administration, Contract Law, Accounting, Finance or related course work.
    A minimum of five (5) years’ experience as Contract Specialist.
    A minimum of a Level II Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) certification or equivalent.
    A minimum of three (3) years prior/demonstrated experience with using the DoD Standard Procurement System Procurement Desktop-Defense program for processing acquisition actions.

    An active secret clearance 

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