Reporting to the Director of Procurement, the Senior Procurement Specialist is responsible for monitoring the acquisition management system for compliance to the laws and regulations relating to applicable sections of the Prime Contract, for adherence to the internal policies and procedures of the Division, and for assuring the execution of sound business practices are followed. In addition, the Senior Procurement Compliance Specialist will support the Procurement Division by providing training, compliance guidance, audit, and procurement strategies.
Delivers compliance strategies and training as it relates to the Federal Acquisition Regulations, the Department of Energy Acquisition Regulations, and Public Laws.
Provides guidance in the development, training, and management and maintenance of Procurement procedures.
Monitors PPPL’s acquisition management system for compliance to the laws and regulations relating to applicable sections of the Prime Contract, for adherence to the internal policies and procedures of the Division, which involves:
Develops and delivers the content of training sessions designed to implement approved changes to the existing procurement guidelines and procedures.
Maintains procurement process documentation comprising the Procurement Policy and Procedures Manual (PPPM), subcontract templates, procurement forms and templates.
Develops compliance metrics and benchmarks. Prepares weekly management report to include metric/KPI reporting.
Reviews solicitations and awards for compliance to existing laws, guidelines, and operating procedures, which involves interpreting relevant laws, guidelines, and operating procedures, as needed.
Acts as liaison with DOE PSO Contracting Officer to promote and facilitate the exchange of information on operational efficiency and compliance with existing governmental laws and regulations.
Supports Special Projects, as assigned, and delivers process improvements.
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