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Program Analyst, Journeyman

Lexington Park, Maryland

Must be U.S. Citizen


• BA/BS Degree in a business, management or relevant technical discipline

• Allowable Substitution: an AA/AS degree and an additional 4 years’ experience or no degree and an additional 8 years’ experience

Required Experience:

• A Journeyman level person within a labor category has 3 to 10 years of experience in Program Management/Acquisition and a BA/BS degree. A Journeyman level person typically performs all functional duties independently.

• Demonstrated knowledge of basic acquisition terminology and the acquisition process to include SECNAV, OPNAV and NAVAIR policies for traditional and rapid acquisition methods

Position Description:

  • Maintain knowledge and awareness of all statutory and regulatory

acquisition documentation requirements and advise the Government

Acquisition Lead regarding changes or delays in approval cycles or documents

that are no longer current.

  • Perform the research, development, review, analysis, revision, routing and

tracking of acquisition documentation for Government review and approval to

include all DoD 5000.02 documentation, Justification and Approvals (J&A),

Program Decision Memorandums (PDM), Acquisition Category (ACAT)

Determination Letters and Tailoring Agreements.

  • Provide independent assessments and recommendations for improving

program acquisition efficiencies and processes.

  • Monitor contracts & track mission objectives to include selection, definition, and

documentation generation and coordination of Procurement Initiation Documents

(PIDs) in the Procurement Management Tool (PMT), Statements of Work, Contract

Data Requirements Lists (CDRLs) in the CDRL Tool, and Engineering Change

Proposal (ECP) contract actions. Maintain status of PID package as it goes through

the procurement process and provide weekly updates for domestic programs.

  • Assist with developing, coordinating, and staffing all required acquisition

reporting documents including Selected Acquisition Reports (SAR), Defense

Acquisition Executive Summaries (DAES) and ASN(RD&A) Information System

(RDAIS) inputs to support monthly and/or quarterly submissions, audits, reviews,

and milestone decisions.

  • Support program procurements by providing acquisition support services

through the collection of technical progress reports, cost, schedule, alternative

and work around procedures provided by the prime contractors.


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