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Senior IT Acquisition Specialist

Office: National Capital Region
Location: Washington DC Area, DC
Job ID: SP13-0607-1101

WBB is a technical and management consulting company that provides innovative products and services that solve government and commercial customer’s toughest problems. For more than 30 years, WBB has set the standard for excellence in consulting services, while providing its employees with an outstanding work environment with ample opportunities for growth and success. WBB continues to enjoy impressive growth, which is directly attributed to the company’s hiring practice of always hiring the very best professionals from government, military and industry.

Job Overview:

Project personnel will support Acquisition Program Management, Project Management, and Strategic Management, for PEO-EIS, the Naval Enterprise Network (NEN) Program Office (PMW-205), and the Navy Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Program Office (PMW-220).

Job Description:

Project personnel shall provide support to include:

Major Acquisition Information Systems (MAIS) program management expertise to support, guide and to advise Program Managers and PEO-EIS in successfully accomplishing program objectives via milestones and acquisition decision events.

Apply knowledge of DODI 5000.02, SECNAVINST 5000.2E and Business Capability Lifecycle (BCL) to the development of program acquisition deliverables.

Research and analysis of IT acquisition issues. Develop sound recommendations utilizing applicable laws and statutes, Department of Defense/Department of the Navy (DOD/DON) regulations and implementing directives, Acquisition Category (ACAT) I Major Automated Information System (MAIS) Program documentation requirements, IT Service Management and IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) frameworks, total ownership cost goals and applicable IT industry standards.

Program milestone schedule development to support, guide and advise PEO-EIS and Program Managers in successfully accomplishing program objectives via Milestones and Acquisition decision events. These include but are not limited to the following reviews and decision points:

  • PEO EIS Program Decision Reviews (PDR)
  • DON Chief Information Officer Clinger-Cohen Act (CCA) submissions
  • DON Gate Reviews / Portfolio Sufficiency Review
  • Periodic Program Management Reviews (PMR)
  • Investment Review Board (IRB)
  • Working Integrating Integrated Product Team (WIPT)/ Integrating Integrated Product Team (IIPT)/ Overarching Integrated Product Team (OIPT)
  • Milestones (MS) decision events with the Milestone Decision Authority (MDA)
  • Defense Acquisition Execution Summary (DAES)

Support and participate in acquisition, production, transition and integration efforts conducted at working group meetings, Integrated Product Teams (IPT) sessions, in-process reviews, and other meetings, prepare meeting materials and briefs and summarize programmatic impacts.

Assist with preparing, reviewing and delivering reports including but not limited to the following:

  • Major Automated Information System (MAIS) Annual Reports to Congress
  • Major Automated Information System (MAIS) Quarterly Reports
  • Quarterly Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development & Acquisition) [ASN (RD&A)] Dashboard Reports
  • Government Accounting Office (GAO) Reports
  • Semi-Annual Reports to Congress
  • Monthly Review of Progress (MRP)
  • Budget Exhibits
  • Manpower Study Reports
  • MAIS Critical Change Reports (CCR) to Congress
  • Review Congressional Reports and Acts of Congress for proposals/statutes that impact the PEO-EIS portfolio
  • Support the execution of acquisition planning and efficiency initiatives related to PEO EIS programs
  • Responses to DOD Inspector General (IG) and General Accounting Office (GAO) information requests

Review Congressional Reports and Acts of Congress for proposals/statutes that impact the PEO-EIS portfolio.

Job Requirements:

Three (3) years experience with Department of Defense Acquisition Activities for ACAT I MAIS programs, acquisition policy and regulations.

Two (2) years of this experience in direct support to acquisition program offices or similar organizations.

Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university (An additional 4 years of specialized expertise may be substituted for a Bachelor's degree). Degree preferably in Engineering, Systems Management, IT Systems Technologies, or Business Administration.

DAWIA Level III certification in program management or Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.

Knowledge of DODI 5000.02, SECNAVINST 5000.2E and Business Capability Lifecycle (BCL) along with familiarity with Department of Defense/Department of the Navy (DOD/DON) regulations and implementing directives associated with Acquisition Category (ACAT) I Major Automated Information System (MAIS) Program documentation requirements, IT Service Management, IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) frameworks, program acquisition milestones and acquisition decision events.

Desired Skills:

Experience with NGEN, NMCI, complex IT system experience

Job Title: Senior IT Acquisition Specialist

Minimum Security Clearance level: Secret

Key Words: NMCI, NGEN, NERP, PEO-EIS, PMW-205, SPAWAR, IT acquisition

Work Location: National Capital Region

Travel: 5%

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