Posted by: USfalcon on May 14, 2020
Washington , DC
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We have an exciting opportunity to join us in supporting one of our valued customers as a Program Management Specialist, Senior to work out of the Washington Navy Yard in Washington, DC.
The NEN Program Office (PMW 205) manages the acquisition life-cycle of the DON's enterprise-wide IT networks. NEN's portfolio includes the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI), the Outside Continental United States (OCONUS) Navy Enterprise Network (ONE-Net), and the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN). PMW 205 provides program management of NMCI/NGEN while continuing to develop the acquisition approach and transition strategy roadmap. NEN unifies the DON's terrestrial networks and data management to improve capability and service while saving significant dollars by focusing efforts under one program office and one enterprise network construct.
Provide Defense Business System Program Management expertise to support, guide, and advise Program Managers and the PEO-EIS Portfolio in successfully accomplishing sustainment program objectives via milestones and acquisition decision events. Apply knowledge of DODI 5000 Series and Business Capability Lifecycle (BCL) to the development of program acquisition deliverables for the sustainment phase of the acquisition life-cycle. Research and analyze IT sustainment acquisition issues. Develop sound recommendations utilizing applicable laws and statutes, Department of Defense/Department of the Navy (DoD/DON) regulations and implementing directives for Business Capability Acquisition Cycle (BCAC) Program documentation requirements for BCAC Programs I thru III, IT Service Management and IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) frameworks, total ownership cost goals, and applicable IT industry standards. Draft and finalize acquisition documentation, including the Acquisition Strategy (AS) and plans as required; Cost Analysis Requirements Description (CARD); Acquisition Program Baseline (APB); Acquisition Decision enter and exit criteria, and Problem Statements. Draft and finalize program milestone/Authority to Proceed (ATP) schedule development to support, guide, and advise PEO-EIS and Program Managers in successfully accomplishing sustainment program objectives via Milestones/ATPs/ 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 Integrated Product Team (WIPT)/ Overarching Integrated Product Team (OIPT) Milestones (MS)/ATP 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:
Quarterly Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development & Acquisition) Dashboard Reports
Monthly Review of Progress (MRP)
Manpower Study Reports
Analyze and provide feedback to the Government on Congressional Reports and Acts of Congress for proposals/statutes that impact the PEO-EIS portfolio.
Support the execution of sustainment acquisition planning and efficiency initiatives related to PEO-EIS.
Additional duties as assigned
Minimum of 8 years of experience in DoD Program Management and Acquisition
Management experience for ACAT programs across the acquisition life cycle. Solid written and verbal communications skills with ability to interface at all levels of government personnel, DoD contractors and vendors Hands-on experience with MS Project, SharePoint and MS Office Suite Excellent documentation and communication skills Ability to work in high-pressure environment Critical thinker, problem solver, and results-oriented Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (e.g., Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, and Outlook)
Bachelors degree from an accredited university PMP or DAWIA PM or Level III or Equivalent
Travel : 10%
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