Requisitioner

The Requisitioner position requires an individual having procurement and contract administration knowledge, including experience with procurement requests and documentation processes, SharePoint document management expertise, and be proficient with Microsoft Office programs, including SharePoint 2010.
The Requisition staff, must communicate across a multi-functional IPT, including contract specialists, contract officers, program managers from five CS&C Divisions and the Office of Assistant Secretary, budget staff, and more than 50 active CORs. Staff will be required to use multiple tools including PRISM Requisitioner and Requisition for Modification training and PRISM account, Acquisition Planning Forecast System (APFS) records and an ability to read Federal Financial Management System (FFMS) reports accessed through FFMS.
Further, the position requires:
Solid documentation organization, coordination, review and facilitation skills to track PR packages from drafting to release of PRs in PRISM to timely award.
Communications is vital to serve as a liaison between Program Offices, BFA and Contracting Offices.
Attention to detail is essential in order to support the continuous review of packages as they move through the procurement process.
Perform UDO analysis support
Leverage their knowledge and relationships with CS&C Budget and Program Offices
Provide contract close-out support and requisitioning
Manage multiple tasks simultaneously
Support Special Projects to include ESTT and Special Initiatives such as Vendor Engagement and Industry Day events.
In addition to these skills, the candidate must have:
Bachelor's Degree and zero to two years' experience or master's degree
Ability to obtain a secret clearance possibly top secret

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