Program Manager, GWAC/IDIQ Center - Military veterans preferred



  full-time   employee

Remote Work
United States


Job Description

SAIC is currently seeking a GWAC/IDIQ Program Manager to support and help grow our existing federal business within our portfolio of GWAC/IDIQ contract vehicles and generate new business relationships and opportunities in the federal sector. A significant amount of Federal Government opportunities are competed under this portfolio – the success of the GWAC/IDIQ PMO contributes to the growth of SAIC’s organization, revenue, and mission. A successful candidate will be responsible for management (to include shaping business development efforts, driving new pursuits, and facilitating Government communications. This is a direct hire with our company located at our headquarters in Reston, VA with some telework potential in the near term per CDC guidelines.

The successful candidate’s responsibilities include:

  • Drive new business pursuits under the IDIQ contracts
  • Advise Business Development and Operation staff on how to best leverage these IDIQ vehicles to position and win re-competes and new business opportunities
  • Interface with the Government staff responsible for the IDIQ contract.
  • Build and strengthen customer and partner relationships in support of the company's growth strategy
  • Responsible for the lifecycle management of the assigned contract vehicles to include business development, opportunity distribution, deliverables, contract compliance, issue resolution and Task Order closeout.
  • Strategize and market contract vehicles to internal business units to increase awareness and bidding
  • Directly engage with senior leadership and agencies to provide issue resolution and mitigate communications regarding the contracts/task orders under the GWAC/IDIQ portfolio
  • Develop and lead business development training, overall contract vehicle training, and pre-proposal and post-award kick-off meetings with line organizations to increase knowledge and utilization of contract vehicles
  • Educate and train the GWAC/IDIQ team to ensure effective communication and marketing of the benefits of the GWAC/IDIQ contract vehicles
  • Lead communications with government point of contacts and internal business units during proposal process
  • Identify and qualify new business opportunities and maintain pipeline within the scope of company's existing capture management discipline.
  • Monitor and manage potential Task Orders (TO's) on GWAC/IDIQ contract vehicles, develop a capture strategy, including identification of partners.
  • Provide bid/no-bid recommendations on GWAC/IDIQ opportunities. Qualify task order RFPs released under the GWAC/IDIQ vehicles to develop, assess, and recommend strategies for applying company functional strengths and capabilities toward the pursuit of individual task orders.
  • Lead and/or participate in Industry Panels/Shared Interest Groups (SIGs)/Industry committees, trade shows, conferences, etc.


  • Bachelor's degree
  • Minimum of 5 years of Program Management experience with large GWAC/IDIQ contracts such as CIO-SP3, Alliant, OASIS, IAC MAC, etc.
  • Experience in marketing services and solutions as well as prior public sector experience, particularly in the Federal Government.
  • Experience in capture management support and proposing against GWAC/IDIQs and/or OTAs. Possess well-established business relationships in the Federal Government.
  • Demonstrated experience in solution development, building winning teams, capture strategy, competitive intelligence, strategic marketing & planning, customer relationship analysis, cost and pricing strategies and development
  • Hands on experience with business development, capture and proposal collaborative tools, such as GovWin, Bloomberg.
  • Effective at identifying, selecting and negotiating with subcontractors as part of the win strategy.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, customer relationship skills.
  • Exemplary work ethic, judgment and independent initiative attuned to meeting deadlines.
  • Highly effective organizational abilities, writing skills and keen attention to detail.
  • Goal-oriented while highly responsive to rapidly changing priorities.
  • Proficient in the appropriate treatment of sensitive and company proprietary information.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of tools including SharePoint; aptitude for quickly learning related tool sets.
  • Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with Other Transactional Authority (OTA) acquisitions.

Target salary range: $100,001 - $125,000. The estimate displayed represents the typical salary range for this position based on experience and other factors.