CACI has an immediate opening for an Acquisition Analyst, Principal at our Washington, DC location. This individual will perform Chief of Staff tasks for a Navy Program Office.
- Provide acquisition support to the Navy Ship Integrated Combat Systems Program Office Leadership (MPM, DMPM, and PAPMs).
- Provide expertise in Navy, DoD, and FMS policy and regulations, life-cycle procurement, development and review of acquisition strategies, Navy Ship Systems and CONOPs, and Industrial Base issues.
- Provide input for high level strategic planning, policy/process/procedures development, business process improvements, modernization planning, and review of programs for compliance with acquisition processes.
- Participate in strategic discussions and provides guidance on course of action decisions pertaining to the planning and execution of the program office.
- Prepare, review, and edit briefings and talking points for the MPM in support of engagements with senior Navy leaders such as ASN (RD&A) and with industry partners.
- Prepare, review, and edit agendas and meeting materials for multiple program meetings.
- Prepare, review, and edit presentation products supporting program office briefs to senior NAVSEA leadership.
- Prepare, review, and edit white papers, memorandums for the record, and other communication products supporting the Program Office, and PEO positions or recommendations to other senior leadership in NAVSEA, ASN (RD&A), etc.
- Coordinate with other NAVSEA Program Executive Offices and coordinates with other PEO directorates to perform acquisition support.
- Assesse and provides recommendations and inputs for all acquisition, program, and system life-cycle documents requiring program office action, comment, concurrence, reply, or approval.
- Analyze technical or status reports from PAPMs and field activities and provides guidance to the program office MPM/DMPM on acquisition planning, and execution.
Active Secret Clearance
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Strong writing, editing, Excel and PowerPoint skills.
Understand the DoD 5000 series acquisition process.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
Typically requires bachelor's degree or equivalent, and 10-12 years of related experience. Master's degree and professional certification preferred.
Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required.