Contracting Specialist - Entry

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RESPONSIBILITIES The NSA StoryThe National Security Agency (NSA) exists to obtain insight into foreign adversaries' plans and intentions and protect our U.S. cybersecurity interests. We provide national security insights and threat warnings to government decision-makers and eradicate cybersecurity threats.How You Can ContributeDo you love to negotiate a win-win, desire to impact national security, and enjoy the idea of overseeing multi-million dollar acquisitions? Contracting specialists at NSA acquire commercial goods and services that allow the agency to collect foreign intelligence and protect national security systems. From purchasing comfortable kennels for NSA's working dogs to acquiring the latest and greatest computer technology, contracting professionals are the only people authorized to buy goods and services on NSA's behalf. Start a career where you become a steward of taxpayer dollars, seeking the greatest return that money can provide: the safety and security of our nation and its citizens.We are looking for Contracting Specialists and Contract Managers.As a Contracting Specialist, responsibilities include:- Designing acquisition strategies to meet the government's needs through the most appropriate contracting method- Conducting market research- Preparing and issuing Requests for Proposal (RFP) and Requests for Quote (RFQ)- Evaluating proposals from potential contractors/vendors - Negotiating contract terms with selected contractors/vendors- Evaluating procurements to ensure compliance with funding, legal, and program requirements- Preparing and awarding contracts with supporting documentation in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations and NSA policy- Administering contracts to include issuing modifications, and monitoring performance, and ensuring payment is issued- Solving complex and unique challenges that arise throughout the life of a contract- If not already completed, training in federal acquisition to become certified in Contracting under the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act within 24 months of employmentAs a Contract Manager, responsibilities include:- Monitoring contractor performance and ensuring services are delivered in accordance with the contract terms- Meeting frequently with vendors and government technical
RESPONSIBILITIES The NSA StoryThe National Security Agency (NSA) exists to obtain insight into foreign adversaries' plans and intentions and protect our U.S. cybersecurity interests. We provide national security insights and threat warnings to government decision-makers and eradicate cybersecurity threats.How You Can ContributeDo you love to negotiate a win-win, desire to impact national security, and enjoy the idea of overseeing multi-million dollar acquisitions? Contracting specialists at NSA acquire commercial goods and services that allow the agency to collect foreign intelligence and protect national security systems. From purchasing comfortable kennels for NSA's working dogs to acquiring the latest and greatest computer technology, contracting professionals are the only people authorized to buy goods and services on NSA's behalf. Start a career where you become a steward of taxpayer dollars, seeking the greatest return that money can provide: the safety and security of our nation and its citizens.We are looking for Contracting Specialists and Contract Managers.As a Contracting Specialist, responsibilities include:- Designing acquisition strategies to meet the government's needs through the most appropriate contracting method- Conducting market research- Preparing and issuing Requests for Proposal (RFP) and Requests for Quote (RFQ)- Evaluating proposals from potential contractors/vendors - Negotiating contract terms with selected contractors/vendors- Evaluating procurements to ensure compliance with funding, legal, and program requirements- Preparing and awarding contracts with supporting documentation in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations and NSA policy- Administering contracts to include issuing modifications, and monitoring performance, and ensuring payment is issued- Solving complex and unique challenges that arise throughout the life of a contract- If not already completed, training in federal acquisition to become certified in Contracting under the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act within 24 months of employmentAs a Contract Manager, responsibilities include:- Monitoring contractor performance and ensuring services are delivered in accordance with the contract terms- Meeting frequently with vendors and government technical
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