Federal - Procurement Associate Manager
Organization: Accenture Federal Services
Location: Arlington, VA & Chantilly, VA
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This role is part of Finance's Subcontract Management & Procurement Team.
The Procurement Associate Manager is responsible for managing a team of specialists performing procurement, subcontract management and subcontract administration duties for procurements/subcontracts of all types.
- Reports to Procurement portfolio lead
- Works independently with little direction
- Primarily responsible for collecting, documenting and assembling documentation for subcontract/task order awards and modifications
- Maintain Sharepoint sites
- Interact with PMO, MDs, Legal, Compliance, and other SM&P personnel, as needed
- Attend meetings and training, as needed
- Support day to day subcontract administration including responding to data calls, maintaining data to ensure accurate metrics and work flow, and assisting others as needed
- Proactively educate project team on various subcontract and compliance issues
- Support pre-award subcontracting activities, including negotiating NDAs and TAs
- Apply knowledge of contracting types, such as T&M, FFP, CPFF, and various cost reimbursable and hybrid types
- Apply knowledge of FAR/DFAR and Public Law requirements to subcontract terms
- Mitigate subcontracting risks when negotiating terms, particularly in FFP environments and single source/critical subcontracted work
- Develop strategy for source selection, small business opportunities, and resolving performance deficiencies
- May serve as Mentor to other Subcontract Management team members
- May serve as SME in specific areas of subcontract management
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