Careers at FEDSIM
Our talented team helps federal clients achieve their missions every day. We provide a professional home for individuals who value diversity and inclusion and who are passionate about making a difference.
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Are you looking for opportunities for growth? We’re always looking for creative, detail-oriented experts who want to join a diverse, collaborative team including:
- Project Managers: GS-7 -- GS-14
- Contract Specialists: GS-7 -- GS-13
- Contracting Officer: GS-14
- Acquisition Project Managers: GS-12 -- GS-14
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Our agile team develops new processes and tools to streamline acquisitions for our clients.
Collaborative Work Environment
FEDSIM employees enjoy tackling new challenges working together to solve complex problems by providing expertise and creative solutions.
Strong Acquisition Governance
Our Quality Team creates organizational templates and processes while auditing our projects to maintain high acquisition standards across FEDSIM.
We provide mission-critical support for government agencies by helping them acquire IT and professional services solutions.
A robust onboarding program, like FEDSIM University and communities of interest groups keep FEDSIMers advancing.
We build an inclusive environment by organizing social activities, team building, and work-life flexibilities.
No matter how great your ambition, FEDSIM is here to support your career with two primary paths and four roles.
CONTRACTING OFFICER (CO)
The CO is responsible for ensuring performance of all necessary actions for effective and compliant contracting. The CO is the person with the sole authority to enter into, administer, and/or terminate contracts and make related determinations and findings.
CONTRACT SPECIALIST (CS)
The CS supports FEDSIM business through the preparation and administration of FEDSIM’s contractual actions. The CS issues solicitations, amendments, and modifications after sign-off from the Contracting Officer (CO) and any other approvals for the specific action. They ensure contracting actions are complete, accurate, and contractually compliant.
ACQUISITION PROJECT MANAGER (APM)
The APM provides technical expertise in the development of pre-award materials such as the acquisition planning, pre-solicitation, and pre-award technical documentation. APMs will often work across all FEDSIM sectors.
PROJECT MANAGER (PM)
The PM acts as the liaison between the client and contractor, and is considered a trusted advisor. The primary responsibility of the PM is to lead the Integrated Project Team (IPT) by planning, organizing, and executing client projects in accordance with all applicable regulations, policies, and processes throughout the project life cycle.
PROPERTY ADMINISTRATOR (PA)
The Property Administrator is responsible for the accountability of Government Furnished Property (GFP). This includes the management, administration, and monitoring of GFP in possession of contractors including physical inventory as requested by the client.
TECHNICAL POINT OF CONTACT (TPOC)
The TPOC provides technical expertise in the post-award monitoring and evaluation of contractor performance. TPOCs will be utilized in FEDSIM multi-tenant or enterprise task orders and work directly with client stakeholders.