FEDSIM is the leading provider of assisted acquisition services and contract management for federal agencies.
We’re looking for creative, detail-oriented people with expertise in acquisition or project management.
Locations: Washington, D.C.
*Posting is open today through November 7th.
Acquisition Project Managers, Contract Specialists, and Contracting Officers are solution brokers, leaders, and quality managers. They leverage their knowledge of complex acquisition policy to pinpoint creative, contractually compliant solutions that solve each client’s unique challenges.
Project Managers facilitate client projects to ensure that industry partners deliver high-quality solutions on time and on budget. They are client advocates—they ensure client engagement and satisfaction throughout the project life cycle.
FEDSIM is committed to growing leaders at all levels. We provide a professional home for individuals who value diversity and inclusion and who are passionate about making a difference. We pride ourselves on fostering an innovative, collaborative environment.
We consistently achieve high scores on our annual
Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey. Here are some of the comments from our highly engaged workforce:
"FEDSIM is a unique place to work in the government. The employees share experience and knowledge and assist other co-workers without hesitation for the good of FEDSIM and their client agencies."
"While the importance of our customer agencies' missions first attracted me to FEDSIM, it has been the collective dedication of the FEDSIM staff that has anchored me here. The results we deliver for the taxpayer should never go unrecognized, and we should always be conscious of how we are making a difference in our daily tasks."
"The best thing about working at FEDSIM is encountering challenging opportunities and having the flexibility to think critically to solve those challenges. As an organization, we truly enjoy what we do and we have fun doing it."
"I have the flexibility in my schedule to manage the needs of my client, FEDSIM, and my individual development efforts. I am encouraged to use my experience to mentor FEDSIM team members and my customers."