Credence Management Solutions, LLC (Credence) is seeking a CON-IT Site Representative to support AFLCMC/PK at WPAFB.
- Provide project management expertise through reporting, scheduling, and leading meetings to align efforts of directorates and divisions with AFLCMC migration goals. The CON-IT Site Representative shall take initiative and complete the mission as requested.
- Interpret and provide guidance to AFLCMC contracting and CWS administrator personnel relating to Federal, DoD, USAF, AFMC, AFLCMC, and private- sector contracting principles, laws, statutes, Executive Orders, regulations, and procedures.
- Training Support
- Assist with maintaining a centralized training SharePoint page. The SharePoint page shall include, but is not limited to, a variety of reference materials and training tips for CWS users to independently refer to.
- Analytic Support
- Support integration of data analytics and CWS information into reports as required by AFLCMC/PZCY. The Contractor may need to augment the ConWrite helpdesk during the course of normal operations, as required.
- Data Migration Support
- Support leading AFLCMC/PK data migration from legacy CWSs to CON-IT. This data migration shall include, but is not limited to, supporting the revisions and implementation of an AFLCMC/PK CWS data migration plan. The Contractor shall communicate and collaborate with other CON-IT site representatives (aka site leads) to integrate efforts across technical and contracting functional teams. The Contractor shall identify and advise users on tactical solutions to issues they encounter transferring data from the legacy CWSs to the CON-IT system. The Contractor shall assist and help resolve any problems users experience in order to keep migration actions on schedule. The Contractor shall support technical information needed to carry out the migration process, data standards, data sequencing, and other issues with migration. Create, recommend, and implement solutions to problems to make migrating contracts PDS-compliant.
- Formulate and deliver functional contracting recommendations to multiple levels within the enterprise (divisions, directorates, AFLCMC/PZCY, AFLCMC, AFMC, ConWrite Program Management Office (PMO), CON-IT PMO, and SAF/AQCI). Resolve migration issues and create new reports within automated migration tools. Operate contract reporting systems, input and retrieve data from them, and solve problems related to them.
- Operate the entire ConWrite suite of applications, including, but not limited to, ConMove, ConAdmin, ConWrite, ConAward, ConWrite Migration Data Cleansing Assistant, and Endgame to perform assigned tasks to assist with database cleanup and maintenance.
- Secret clearance required
- Shall have at least 24 hours of college-level business courses.
- Shall have at least 10 years of Government Weapon Systems contracting and leadership experience with progressively increasing responsibility. This experience can be either through Federal or Industry employment in a Major Defense Acquisition Program.
- Shall have previously held an Unlimited Contracting Officer’s Warrant or a Certified Professional Contract Manager certification through the National Contract Management Association.
- Shall have demonstrable hands-on working knowledge and experience in Contract Writing Systems (CWSs); specific experience working with ConWrite is preferred, but if the Contractor has no experience with ConWrite, the Contractor will need to come up-to-speed and learn the system through self-study within the first two (2) weeks on the job.
- Have working knowledge of data analysis techniques and be highly skilled in both verbal and written communication.
- Demonstrate a mastery of Federal, DoD, USAF, AFMC, AFLCMC, and private-sector contracting principles, laws, statutes, Executive Orders, regulations, and procedures.
- Shall have demonstrated the ability to take initiative and complete the mission with progressive levels of responsibility in prior positions held.
- Shall have hands-on working knowledge of and experience with Government contract reporting systems, including how these systems communicate and what type of data they hold; These contract reporting systems include, but are not limited to, the Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS), Beta System for Award Management (SAM), Procurement Integrated Enterprise Environment (PIEE), and Electronic Data Access (EDA). The Contractor shall have a working knowledge of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) 850 and Procurement Data Standards (PDSs), or be able to quickly become familiar within four weeks of hire through self-study in order to meet contract requirements.