Deloitte Services LP includes internal support areas such as Marketing and Communications, Human Resources/Talent, Information Technology, Facilities Management, and Financial Support Services.
Lead GPS Contracts Administrator
Possesses a strong working knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulation, and commercial contracting principles. Supports the execution of all facets of the contracts life-cycle. Performs contract administration duties for federal contracts. Exercises increased independence and judgment in reviewing and analyzing moderately complex contracts actions. Maintains a keen awareness of requirements and status associated with assigned contracts. Effectively, manages personal portfolio and advising account teams on contracts administration matters. Assists with activities such as data entry and maintaining and tracking contract agreements. Compiles and analyzes contract related data; and maintains historical information and documentation. Develops and executes basic negotiation strategies with both federal clients and industry prime contracts partners. Proactively identifies and analyzes contracting issues, solving standard/routine contract activities. Ability to effectively and persuasively communicate peers, internal leadership, and clients.
Proactively provides support to the development, review, and negotiation of contracts, modifications, prime contractor NDA and teaming agreements and subcontracts consistent with company policies.
Enters contract data into appropriate forms and databases. Checks existence, accuracy, and completeness of electronic documents related to contract agreements.
Reviews Federal solicitations, requests for information and proposals, and identifies business risks, documents the findings, and provides recommendations.
Has a keen understanding and knowledge of key terms and conditions of assigned contracts that would affect performance or compliance with the ability to convey salient information to the appropriate stakeholders.
Organizes softcopy/hardcopy proposal/contract materials in accordance with policies and procedures.
Prepares standard contract writings (e.g., technical/price assumptions, certifications & representations) for inclusion into proposal offers.
Receives and interprets federal customers' post submission, proposal clarifications and/or deficiencies. Completes distribution of questions to the proposal team/awaits inputs, assists with the coordination of proposal changes. Remits revised proposal offer to the Contracting Officer.
Accurately enters and updates active agreements into system upon notification of an award or modification.
Reviews for compliance with federal contract regulations and various reporting requirements.
Leads business operation meetings using guidance from Sector Lead
Performs other job-related duties as assigned
Required Technical Skills
Demonstrated proficiency with MS Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, and Adobe
Strong consultative and communication skills
Ability to operate in a fast-paced environment
Demonstrated ability work effectively work collaboratively with teams
Experience supporting the Federal client aligned with the team of assignment (NIH or other Federal Health agencies)
Emerging ability to excel in upper level management environment
NCMA: CFCM or CCCM
NPO or commercial contracts experience
Education & Experience
5+ years of relevant work experience
Exposure to multiple contract types (e.g. CPFF, CPIF, CPAF, FFP/LOE, T&M, FFP) and solicitation types (e.g. FAR Parts 8, 15, and 16)
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Requisition code: E20WASSSRCEC001-CL4
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