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GSA Seeks Acquisition Mgmt Specialist

The General Services Administration has kicked off its search for an acquisition management specialist to work in the office of information technology category at GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service.

A USAJOBS notice posted Tuesday says the chosen candidate will develop strategies to procure products and services for the ITC business portfolio.

The acquisition management specialist will also advise and guide ITC managers on the preparation, coordination and implementation of contract plans.

The incumbent will also suggest acquisition strategies to meet client requirements; establish best acquisition practices; create, implement and evaluate quality control systems for procurement activity management; and oversee projects to address the needs of organizations within ITC.

The specialist will establish metrics and benchmarks for assigned tasks and perform contract administration activities as a contracting officer’s representative.

ITC works to provide federal, state and local government agencies access to private sector IT and telecommunications products and services.

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