Administers contracts and/or subcontracts, including negotiation, correspondence, documentation, certification, financial reporting, and product delivery for major contracts.
Negotiates contract terms from proposal stage to project close-out in accordance with relevant regulations.
Coordinates approval of negotiations, contracts, and subcontracts with appropriate management staff
Provides advice and interpretation of contract requirements.
Reviews solicitation requests to ensure compliance with terms and conditions
Coordinates with program managers to ensure contract requirements are fulfilled.
Prepares consulting agreements.
Serves as a liaison with contractors and subcontractors regarding contracting issues
Prepares and submits cost proposals including pricing and scheduling details, coordination of requirements, and cost proposal risk assessment.
Provide contractual support in proposal development, contract negotiation and administration, including modifications, extensions, written and oral communication with client, and the termination or close-out of standard and nonstandard contracts.
Maintains current knowledge of relevant contractual procedures and practices.
Assist and advise in proposal preparation activities, conduct contract negotiations, develop and maintain positive working relationships with government counterparts while ensuring proper and timely contract performance, in accordance with company policies, legal requirements, and customer specifications.
Work with program, contract management, and Finance to examine performance requirements, cost estimates, delivery schedules, as well as material, equipment, or production costs, to offer recommendations, develop action items, and to serve as the liaison with the government in resolving issues and managing expectations.
Provides guidance and leadership to less-experienced contracts administrators.
Requires a Bachelor degree with a related concentration in business, contracts or finance. An additional 2 or more years of related work experience in the required field. Candidates will focus on the clients specific contractual requirements and have experience conducting a wide range of acquisition lifecycle activities, including: Acquisition planning, Contract awarding and closeout activities, Source selection, Firm fixed-price contracts, Cost and price analysis and negotiation experience, and Cost plus and cost reimbursement. Candidate must have Strong analytic and critical thinking skills and a working knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulations. Some local travel with the Washington Metropolitan area may be required at times. Customer requires demonstrated core occupational work experience and must be a US citizen with a current TS/SCI clearance with Polygraph.
We are GDIT. The people supporting some of the most complex government, defense, and intelligence projects across the country. We deliver. Bringing the expertise needed to understand and advance critical missions. We transform. Shifting the ways clients invest in, integrate, and innovate technology solutions. We ensure today is safe and tomorrow is smarter. We are there. On the ground, beside our clients, in the lab, and everywhere in between. Offering the technology transformations, strategy, and mission services needed to get the job done.
GDIT is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status, or any other protected class.