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Are you looking to make a difference in the federal government? Are you looking for a career, not just a “job”? Are you passionate about doing what’s right? Do you have experience and skills in acquisition, specifically information technology acquisitions? Then we have a position for you.
Noblis is seeking a Senior Procurement Specialist to assist with the development, management, and execution of government acquisitions. For this opportunity, we are supporting the government with their acquisition of information technology hardware and support. Responsibilities include market analysis; technical writing; drafting statements of work; supporting RFP activities; evaluating vendor compliance and documenting source selection decisions. As part of a Noblis team, candidates will work closely with government clients to understand current issues and challenges, implement practical and effective solutions, and assist with acquisition management of those solutions, typically working “on the government side of the table” as an unbiased, trusted partner. Acquisitions may vary from single-award to multi-award Basic Ordering Agreements.
The candidate should possess:
Familiarity with relevant Federal procurement issues, policies, regulations or practices is highly desirable. Experience with or knowledge of government acquisition/contracting practices, programs and regulations (FAR, DFAR, etc.) is especially useful.