The Public Sector Practice Contracts team is responsible for performing critical contract formation and administration functions for the PwC Washington Federal Practice.
-Contracts Related to Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), HHS and/or Military Health.
Demonstrates extensive knowledge and/or a proven record of success managing efforts in several of the following areas:
-Identifying, avoiding, and mitigating contract risk during the review and negotiation of Federal government solicitations, proposals, teaming agreements, NDAs, subcontracts and prime contracts (including but not limited to commercial and noncommercial contracts, BPAs and ID/IQs)
-Serving as the primary contractual point of contact with the U.S. Government, as well as a primary contractual negotiator with all Prime Contractors to whom the Firm may be providing subcontract services under their U.S. Government contracts.
-Serving as the primary resource for all contractual matters to assigned firm Partners and teams, including advisement to Partners on strategies to mitigate or eliminate risk arising from contractual solicitations including drafting solicitation clarification questions and proposal assumptions
-Acting as primary contractual negotiator and customer interface with other government contractors who intend to procure subcontractor services under their prime contracts with the U.S. Government.
-Reviewing contractual documents concerning the U.S. Government business, including, but not limited to, nondisclosure agreements, teaming agreements, blanket purchase agreements, GSA task orders, ID/IQ contracts and subcontracts, and advising firm Partners on strategies to mitigate or eliminate risk.
-Managing FAR (commercial and non-commercial), Agency supplements to the FAR (e.g., DFARS, GSARS, VAARS), GSA schedule acquisition methods and CAS /cost principles including cost and pricing methodologies/strategies and cost reimbursement.
Proven success in roles relating to contracts with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), HHS and/or Military Health is desirable.
Demonstrates proven extensive ability and success acting as a primary contractual negotiator and customer interface with all U.S. Government customers, including:
-Drafting of contractual related communications to the U.S. Government.
-Advising Partners/Principals and Account Teams and problem solve risk issues that arise during the performance of U.S. Government prime contracts and subcontracts.
-Overseeing the preparation and maintenance of official contract and proposal files to include all required documentation and ensure compliance with all contract requirements.
Demonstrates proven extensive ability and success performing day-to-day contract administration duties, including interpreting contract requirements, addressing invoice/payment issues and acceptance of deliverable issues, maintaining all contract files in accordance with Firm contract management and administration policies, and facilitating close-out of all inactive contracts.
Demonstrates proven extensive ability and success with producing verbal and written communications expressed in a clear and concise manner, including the utilization of Microsoft Office Suite to draft and review documents, analyze data sets, and prepare proposals and other related presentations.
Demonstrates proven extensive abilities and success as a team leader: supervising teams to create an atmosphere of trust; seeking diverse views to encourage improvement and innovation; and coaching staff including providing timely meaningful written and verbal feedback.
Min Year Exp: 8 years
Min Degree(s) and Certifications:
-Undergraduate Degree (e.g., BA, BS)
-US Citizenship required
-Ability to obtain a security clearance
Travel 0 - 5% (minimal travel)