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Procurement Analysts

Peridot is seeking to hire Procurement Analysts to support a Federal client in an upcoming effort in Washington DC.  Interested candidates, please reply with resume, desired salary, and contact info to

Job Title: Procurement Analyst
Education: Bachelor’s Degree required
Experience: Minimum 3+ years

Job Title: Procurement Specialist II
Education: Bachelor’s Degree required
Experience: Minimum 3+ years

Job Title: Procurement Specialist III
Education: Bachelor’s Degree required
Experience: 10+ years

The Contractor must provide advisory and assistance support for maintenance and review of client contracting policies, procedures, and guidance. Assist in reviews of contracting activities and documentation for compliance with FAR and client policies and procedures. The support includes:

Performing review of contract award files, award memoranda, source selection decisions, determinations and findings, sole-source and limited source justification and Approval documents, memoranda for the file, another requirement procurement documents. Provide written comments and guidance to Procurement personnel within 2 working days of receiving the file for reviews.

Answering data calls. The Contractor must be competent in and conduct thorough procurement research and data calls using available data sources, official files, and online sources.

Assuring compliance with the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), Comptroller General Decisions, memoranda, and Contracting procedures.

Producing guidance, both written and oral input, and support in the development of policy and procedural guidelines and applicable documentation.

Preparing and maintaining policy documentation; reviewing and analyzing for the dissemination of procurement regulations; maintaining training records; and creating, updating, and maintaining contract and solicitation templates.

Assisting the policy division with creating and implementing strategies and policies to maximize the effectiveness, efficiency, and responsiveness of the division’s processes.

Assisting in the creation, editing, and updating hard copy and or electronic training-related products such as announcements, course outlines, and training materials.

Review Contracting Policy and Procedures and recommend revisions.

Assisting in developing and presenting formal/informal knowledge sharing sessions for the client Acquisition Community (e.g., Contracting Officers, Contracting Officer’s Representatives, and Project Managers) related to updates in items associated with procurement policy support.

Maintain awareness of current and pending procurement legislation, Executive Orders, Office of Federal Procurement Policy memorandums, Office of Management and Budget memorandums, and other related guidance and provide.
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