• Acquisition Policy Analyst

    Job Locations US-Pentagon | US-VA-Crystal City
    Posted Date 2 months ago(9/4/2018 3:54 PM)
    # of Openings
    Program Support
  • Overview

    BRTRC Federal Solutions is seeking an Acquisition Policy Analyst for a full-time opportunity at the Pentagon.   


    • Review and evaluate the impact of Statute, National, DoD, and Government policies that affect Army Acquisition capability areas; provide recommendations to address the impacts of such policies.
    • Prepare executive analysis of acquisition-related sections of the annual National Defense Authorization Act, from its introduction through passage into law, in order to inform senior Army leader decision making in support of acquisition reform initiatives. 
    • Develop recommendations for senior leaders to effect change in the Army, DoD, and in future legislation to ease the impact of burdensome processes and regulations impacting Army initiatives.
    • Organize analysis and track implementation of applicable sections of the NDAA 2016 to present; provide status reports or up-to-date assessments as requested.
    • Prepare and review existing and draft policy and guidance changes and implementation plans; ensure publications are consistent with guidance.
    • Review publications and other written communication for clarity; provide editorial inputs to improve clarity.
    • Ensure Army interests are fully articulated within guidance.
    • Review and provide recommendations on existing and proposed Army acquisition and capability area policies and implementation
    • Prepare correspondence and staff action summaries in support of policy review and preparation 


    • Bachelor’s degree and twelve plus (12+) years of experience OR Master's degree and ten plus(10+) years of experience required  
    • Active DoD security clearance
    • Understanding of acquisition related DoD Directives/Instructions and acquisition-related Army Regulations and acquisition policy
    • Understanding of the legislative process, the National Defense Authorization Act, and how authorizations and appropriations affect Army initiatives
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office
    • Possess excellent analytical, writing and verbal communication skills

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