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ICF is seeking a Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) Acquisition Specialist to support our National Institute of Health (NIH) client located in Bethesda, MD. The candidate will be responsible for providing a holistic understanding of FITARA at the agency. They will position FITARA as an overall program (albeit unestablished) for the benefit of NIH. This is an on-site position [temporarily working remotely due to the pandemic].
This position will support OCIO leadership and associated stakeholders to:
Develop a cross cutting view of FITARA across the agency as well as a deep understanding for each element of FITARA (i.e., FITARA scorecard key areas).
Assess and review IT acquisition packages for FITARA compliance.
Research opportunities to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of current FITARA review processes.
Work with the Communications Team to develop and maintain the optimal FITARA presence on the NIH website and intranet site.
Develop, distribute, and maintain FITARA-related reports and presentations.
Develop and maintain FITARA-related metrics and/or dashboard.
5 years relevant experience.
Demonstrated experience supporting federal agency information technology (IT) business and procurement processes.
Demonstrated experience in preparing/reviewing acquisition packages for FITARA compliance.
Highly proficient office automation skills.
Exceptional collaboration and consensus building skills.
Ability to work independently yet maintain close communication and collaboration with federal leaders.
Proactive, detailed-oriented, independent, and fast learner with excellent problem-solving skills with ability to analyze situations, identify existing or potential problems and recommend solutions.
Familiarity with Federal Government acquisition management activities and functions
Project Management Professional certification
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