Team CACI has an exciting and challenging opportunity available for a Program Planning Specialist supporting an enterprise-scale Intelligence Community (IC) program in Springfield, VA. The ideal candidate will have in-depth knowledge of contract best practices and procedures as well as Government policies. There are two distinct components of this Program Office support role – process purchase requests and monitor timely and accurate labor charging.
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The Program Planning Specialist duties and responsibilities:
Enter purchase requests and register “receiving” in Procurement application.
Perform a wide variety of technical activities related to requirements gathering, planning, assessing, evaluating, tracking, and receiving hardware required to meet user and project needs.
Ensure the procurement and delivery processes interface with both CACI and customer Asset Management processes.
Source and research services, equipment and supplies necessary for the operation of an organization.
Compile and analyze statistical data to determine the feasibility of buying products and to establish price objectives.
Compile information to keep informed on price trends and manufacturing processes.
Confer with manufacturers to determine factors that affect prices and determines best solution consistent with quality, reliability, and ability to meet required schedules.
Review proposals and quotes, analyze trends, follow up on orders placed, verify delivery, approve invoices, and maintain necessary records.
Participate in establishing and defining procurement plan requirements.
Data Entry of all requirements assigned.
Build relationships with manufacturers to facilitate fast turnaround of requirements for the customer.
Review and verify Bills of Material.
Track hardware maintenance agreements.
Work with Integrated Logistics Support manager to reconcile assets for annual hardware maintenance renewals.
Track status of requirements in database.
Identify areas of process improvement within the Project Management Office improve and maintain program efficiency for CDRL submissions.
Provide oversight and management of the contract Inventory Plan execution.
Track program maintenance agreements and warranties.