Naval Facilities Engineering Command
I was responsible for the award and administration of construction and facilities support service contracts aboard Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point. Familiar with FAR, DFARS, NFAS, and other applicable acquisition regulations. Familiar with Invitation for Bid (IFB) procedures, Best Value Source Selection Procedures, sole source procedures, and simplified acquisition procedures including blanket purchase agreements (BPAs). I was responsible for all pre-award and post-award contracting functions to include participating in pre-award acquisition planning, assisting clients in developing contract specifications, drafting contract documents including solicitations, amendments, modifications, task orders, and awards, conducting pre-proposal conferences and site visits, responding to bid inquiries, conducting public bid openings, analyzing bids, preparing responsibility determinations and award justifications, writing source selection plans, participating in source selection procedures, negotiating contract awards, negotiating and executing contractual changes, exercising options, documenting controversial actions, invoice processing and certification, DD 350 Reporting, data entry in procurement applications including eContracts and FIS, report generation, and file creation and maintenance. I coordinated DOD EMALL deployment for ROICC Cherry Point and served as a member of the NAVFAC e-FSC Working Group. I utilized DOD's Standard Procurement System (SPS), otherwise known as Procurement Desktop Defense or PD2. I coordinated ROICC Cherry Point's conversion to performance-based service contracts utilizing NAVFAC FSC/BOS Templates and worked with USMC clients to adapt the templates to meet Marine Corps requirements. I worked with NAVFAC HQ to coordinate a Wide-Area Workflow (WAWF) pilot deployment at MCAS Cherry Point to gather lessons and processes to be used in NAVFAC's upcoming corporate rollout of Wide-Area Workflow.