District of Columbia
SAIC is seeking an Acquisition Analyst at our Washington, DC location to support to the Program Executive Office Integrated Warfare Systems (PEO IWS) Foreign Military Sales Program Office (IWS 4.0) by performing programmatic and logistics functions.
This position is contingent upon award of contract and may be temporarily remote due to COVID-19.
PEO IWS 9.0 leads a professional and experienced organization that delivers the DDG 1000 Integrated Combat System (ICS) in support of new construction and modernization programs, as well as US Coast Guard Cutter Combat System acquisition and life cycle management services.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Assist the client with meeting attendance/support, presentation development/support, publication support, correspondence, action item tracking/closure, and weekly reporting in support of FMS programs.
• Support the FMS lifecycle from pre-Letter of Request requirements definition, Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA) development and implementation, through delivery of hardware and/or services to the FMS Purchaser.
• Develop and update Task Planning Sheets (TPS) for future FY planning, in addition to support for cost model development and out-year financial spend plans for case execution.
• Develop formal correspondence.
• Work with the DoD, Participating Acquisition Resource Managers (PARMs), field activities, Integrated Product Teams, Technical Teams, and various vendors to develop, identify, locate, support, acquire, and manage country-specific requirements.
• Assist in planning, preparing for, and supporting international Program Management Reviews, Security Assistance/Cooperation Management Reviews, and other various meetings in support of the client.
• Track and monitor program metrics to identify areas for improvements and implements process improvements accordingly.
• Develop and execute program management and acquisition management strategies.
• Support and adhere to Navy and national disclosure policy for the export of U.S. articles and services to foreign Allies, as outlined within the U.S. Arms Export Control Act.
• Coordinate SAIC contract deliverables to include but not limited to, monthly reports, Milestone Reviews, Quarterly Program Reviews, and training events
• An active secret security clearance required
• Requires bachelor's degree OR equivalent experience, and 6 (six) or more years or Masters and four (4) or more years of related government contracting experience for FMS programs.
Additional Required Experience:
• Knowledge of Security Cooperation and Security Assistance programs as outlined in the Security Assistance Management Manual (SAMM)
• Knowledge of FMS tools (DSAMS, MISIL, SCIP, etc) and processes (case development, LOR, P&A, LOA, etc)
• Advanced attention to detail
• Extremely well organized
• Superior attention to detail
• Can multi-task, learn quickly, and be team oriented
• Demonstrated knowledge of U.S. Navy Foreign Military Sales programs
• Proficiency in entire Microsoft Office Suite, to include MS Project and SharePoint