Business Analyst/Account Manager
TriSept has an immediate opening for a full-time Business Analysis Manager. This position is located in Hanover, MD but requires regular trips to Ft. Meade, MD to support our customer, the Defense Information System Agency (DISA).
Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
Provides acquisition analysis support for all aspects of the program.
Assist the government in performing Analyses of Alternatives (AoA) or Cost Benefit Analyses (CBA) of COMSATCOM to determine the recommended acquisition strategy
Collect, complete, organize and interpret technical data and financial information relating to acquisition and product programs.
Participates in discussions with DISA and DoD offices on matters concerning the requirements development process and the impact on acquisition policy and processes.
Gathering, generate, review, and assess data to update acquisition status reports, readiness reviews, and life cycle management reports
Develops metrics, tracks performance, reports performance metrics, and makes/implements improvement recommendations.
Interface with both customers and vendors in providing information on COMSATCOM products and services.
Provide technical support to the customer in preparation of the required acquisition documentation (i.e., Request for Service, Telecommunications Service Request, Task Order, PWS, Surveillance Plans, Technical Evaluation Board reports, Memorandum of Agreements, Inter-Services Support Agreements, Letters of Intent, and Justification and Approvals (J&A).
Provide customer feedback on the ordering process and assist the Government in developing solutions to ordering issues as required
Required Skills and Education:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required
Minimum of 6 years experience with satellite communications.
Experience with the DoD 5000 acquisition process, federal acquisition regulations, and related policies and procedures, including cost accounting standards (CAS), its supplements, and agency policies is preferred.
Experience with developing acquisition documents, including analysis of alternatives (AoA), capabilities description documents (CDD), functional requirements documents (FRD), systems requirements documents (SRD) and capabilities-based assessment documents (CBA).
Experience with writing acquisition documentation, including acquisition strategies, APBs, or CARD and preparing briefings to pass major milestones is preferred.
Knowledge of DoD National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) requirements is preferred.