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DOE Seeks 2 Business & Industry Analysts for CIO Office

The Energy Department has begun its search for two business and industry analysts in support of the agency’s office of the chief information officer.

The selected candidates within DOE’s office of the deputy CIO for resource management will provide acquisition and management assistance for contracts and programs that support DOE’s national laboratories and headquarters, the agency said in a USAJobs notice.

The incumbents will be based in Germantown, Maryland, and will help develop and carry out vendor integration plans, contract modifications, work orders, contract approval and evaluation and contractor performance reporting as contracting officer’s representatives.

The chosen candidates will also help project teams create implementation plans in support of category management programs within the information technology area as well as support best practices related to IT acquisition and asset management through data collection.

DOE will accept applications for the position through Jan. 16.

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