Contracts Negotiator Specialist
Fairfax County, VA
Business Group Highlights
The office of the General Counsel is responsible for legal, privacy, contracting, merger and acquisition, litigation, and compliance activities, as well as government and regulatory affairs. These functions support the company's success and growth efforts and maintain high ethical standards. The ethics office promotes a culture of performance with integrity and encourages ethical conduct, reinforces our values and drives compliance with the code of business conduct, internal policies and the law.
This position will serve as the lead for the Military Intelligence Group and provide general contracts support across the Intelligence Group (which supports the full Intelligence Community). Responsibilities include:
- Manages the cradle-to-grave contracts negotiation function and performs contract negotiation, analysis, and administration; proposal preparation; and customer contact related to contract acquisition and fulfillment.
- Serve as the primary interface with the customer for contractual matters
- Provide contractual advice support and counsel to management and business operations personnel for all matters related to contracts under the assigned divisions.
- The individual is expected to form relationships with customers (internal and external) to ensure continued and positive customer intimacy.
- Ensure full compliance with contract requirements and continually review contracts for risk or opportunity.
- Support proposals as a contracts management point of contact. In this role the individual will serve as a primary point of contact for proposal submittal, serve as the primary interface with the customer, complete risk reviews, ensure terms and condition compliance, complete proposal compliance checks (color team participation), responsible for completion of any representations and certifications, assist with proposal and pricing strategy, responsible for the contracts volume (to include any OCI Mitigation Plans), and serve as the negotiator for any resultant contract negotiations.
- Review and negotiate Teaming Agreements and Non-Disclosure Agreements
- Responsible for the negotiation of favorable prices, terms and conditions of major contracts while ensuring compliance with all laws and regulations
- Review contracts for Organizational Conflicts of Interests (OCI), develop OCI Mitigation Plans as appropriate, and participate in the Corporate OCI Screening process. Responsible for providing advice, counsel, and mitigation regarding any OCI matters to the contracts team and to program personnel and for dispositioning potential OCI's with the customer.
- Ensure the contracts system is up-to-date and support general ad hoc reporting and tasking
Requires 10 to 12 years with BS/BA or 8 to 10 years with MS/MA or 5 to 7 years with PhD. However all levels of experience are encouraged to apply.
Requires prior support of contracts within the intelligence community.
Requires a TS/SCI with polygraph
What matters to our nation, is what matters to us. At Perspecta, everything we do, from conducting innovative research to cultivating strong relationships, supports one imperative: ensuring that your work succeeds. Our company was formed to bring a broad array of capabilities to all parts of the public sectorfrom investigative services and IT strategy to systems work and next-generation engineering.
Our promise is simple: never stop solving our nations most complex challenges. And with a workforce of approximately 14,000, more than 48 percent of which is cleared, we have been trusted to just that, as a partner of choice across the entire sector.
Perspecta is an AA/EEO Employer - Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories.
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The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)