Federal - Pricing/CDTS Specialist

Organization: Accenture Federal Services
Location: Arlington, VA
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A Pricing/CDTS Specialist supports pricing activities at either a specific account (deployed) or across AFS. A Pricing/CDTS Specialist focuses on reviewing the solicitation, developing the internal economic model, and preparing cost/price volumes in compliance with solicitation instructions, FAR requirements, disclosed Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), agency particular requirements, GAAP requirements and AFS Policies. Specific responsibilities include:
Provide financial support for shaping, structuring and closing transactions; including working proactively with clients and Accenture management to ensure compelling business cases for both the client and for Accenture.
Prepare consistent financial deliverables that are accurate and compliant with Accenture policies, GAAP and government standards.
Assist the proposal team on financial aspects for management approvals (including, AFS NBM, AFS Board of Managers and Accenture's Capital Committee); and work to identify the underlying costs associated with an offering, and drive the financial modeling efforts to determine the costing, pricing, client capital financing and overall profitability for Accenture.
Develop business volume proposal responses and contract pricing activities in response to Request for Quotations (RFQ), Request for Proposals (RFP), and Invitations to Bid (ITB).
Prepare contract proposals as a result of contract modifications, requests for equitable adjustments, and terminations for convenience.
Ensure that Point of Sale (POS) financial knowledge is transitioned to Client Financial Management (CFM) and Project Set-up as well as maintain the POS documentation for all proposals for traceability back to the original deal economics (ODE).

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