Hand-selected as the lead Procurement Analyst to build Huntsville Center's acquisition training program. Fast-tracking development of essential references and training events to build the next generation of our 120+ workforce. Performs policy compliance and oversight for over $100M in acquisitions a year.
- Procurement Analyst at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
- Contracting Officer at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
- Operations and Plans Officer at United States Army Contracting Command
- Deputy Director at U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command
1 month at this Job
- Master's - Management
- Master's - Business Administration
- Bachelor's - Journalism and Public Relations
Gobal IT Procurement Analyst
Manage all contract negotiations, renewals, co-term and co-license process for global
Procurement operations for IT operations.
• Using Coupa and iCertis software to manage PO's, contracts and vendors
• Vendor management
• Contract negotiations
• Co-term and consolidate multiple entity contracts to leverage better pricing
• Process documentation and improvement
• YTD savings over 1 million
• Process improvement, documentation and implementation
• Savings of over 1 million in first 6 months
- Procurement Analyst at Wex Inc
- Operations Director at MAINE RED CLAWS
- Senior Manager, East Construction Operations at TIME WARNER CABLE
- National CPE Supply Planning Manager at Time Warner Cable/Charter
1 year at this Job
- Bachelor of Science - Finance
Serves as a Procurement Analyst for the United States Attorney's Office (USAO) for the Eastern District of Virginia. Analyzes each procurement to ensure all Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and Department of Justice (DOJ) regulations are met. Obtains necessary approvals, clearances, waivers and/or justifications. Selects the appropriate procurement method and order type and advises supervisor of significant deviations from established procurement policies and procedures. Solicits bids from suppliers to promote competition. Performs price analysis to determine fairness and reasonableness. Coordinates with GSA on requests for waivers or deviations from contract terms. Resolves delivery schedule problems with contractor and buying activity and negotiates delivery schedule changes. Analyzes procurement requests to ensure the product or service requested fulfills the USAO's requirements. Prepares purchase orders for goods and services. Identifies sources of supply and reviews market to determine availability of specialty items. Reviews USAO purchasing forms for completeness, Statement of Work (SOW) and vendor uploaded in Unified Financial Management System (UFMS) before purchasing. Ensures vendors are registered in System Award Management (SAM). Utilizing Government Purchase Card (GPC) to procure goods and services for USAO.
- Procurement Analyst at Department of Justice (DOJ)
- Purchase Card Specialist/Billing Official at Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA)
- Purchasing Agent at The National Institutes of Health (NIH)
- Inventory Management Supervisor at USAF
1 year at this Job
- BS - Business Management
- AA - Bus Adm/Mgmt
Resolved issues with unreconciled orders to ensure payment completed to suppliers. Investigated invoice and purchase order discrepancies by utilizing software platforms, including PeopleSoft/NU Financials and SciQuest. Audited blanket order requisitions to ensure all requirements met in conjunction with purchasing resource services policy. Communicated to and instructed end-users of any changes needed in order for requisitions to meet all mandated requirements for approval. Worked closely with suppliers to ensure service-level agreement standards met and adhered to and identified areas for improvement and growth.
• Participated as subject matter expert regarding matters involving purchasing and procurement as related to university processes and policies.
• Initiated creation of step-by-step user guides for procurement analyst responsibilities in conjunction with updated policies and procedures when no previous guides or documentation in place.
• Awarded "Service Excellence" award for going above and beyond regular assignments.
• Validated contract pricing with preferred vendors on quarterly basis, resulting in credit memos totaling $3,500 for one quarter.
• Redesigned small business reporting procedures to reduce time to produce reports from a few weeks to a few hours.
• Created training guides for new processes implemented with financial system software upgrade.
• Summarized bid responses, using charts, graphs, or tables to showcase data.
• Led a cross-functional team to develop the capabilities to provide a comprehensive Department Spend Analysis Report to showcase the department's or school's spend by multiple categories.
- Procurement Analyst at NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
- Purchasing Agent at NAVTEQ
- Buyer II/Procurement Card Administrator at U.S. CELLULAR
- Buyer I at
9 years at this Job
- B.S. - Psychology
568 Doughten Drive Ft. Detrick, MD 21702-5010 United States 06/17 - present Hourly: 68,176 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 Procurement Analyst / Defense Medical Logistic Standard Support Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: As the lead Procurement Analyst for USACEHR, I serve as a point of contact for all contracting actions. My duties include, but are not limited to: Work with end users and project managers to create plans/pipeline for major procurements, as well as developing procurement strategies. Offer procurement advice for major purchases at all stages, from pre-award to post. Primary contact between project team and contracting office. Assist Lead Budget Analyst with data entry into Live Link. Monitor progress, track documents and review Service Contract Approval Form. Analyze requirements and review Performance Work Statements. Perform Market Research and provide data. Utilize General Funds Enterprise Business Systems (GFEBS) to review purchase requisitions and purchase orders to ensure commitments, obligations, and disbursements are accurate. Troubleshoot issues and recommendations for changes to GFEBS. Provide detailed report of open obligations to Lead Budget Analyst utilizing GFEBS Business Intelligence (BI). Review contracts for financial accuracy, ensure funding citation and financial amount are accurate and in compliance with GFEBS authorizations. Maintaining spreadsheet for capturing contract renewals to help ensure timely processing of contracts and ensure continuity of operations. Ensure period of performance is captured, and being monitored in coordination with the Contracting Officer Representative. The goal is to help monitor contractor work in compliance with the scope of the contract. Using knowledge of the Federal Appropriations Law, review obligations and disbursement in comparison with actual and planned work to help avoid unauthorized commitments. Assign appropriate Work Breakdown Structure, based on data from GFEBS report, thereby ensuring proper financial execution. Maintain communications with activity budget personnel. Review operational procedures to determine compliance with agency's internal regulations, guidance & management practices. Serve as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) in Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support (DMLSS). Train USACEHR employees on the Customer Area Inventory Management (CAIM) module. Ensure requests for supplies are properly entered. Review GFEBS reports to ensure accounts have the proper accounts with funding available cited. Act as Medical Treatment Facility (MTF) catalog reviewer in DMLSS. Knowledge of automated financial systems interfacing between GFEBS and Defense Finance and Accounting Services (DFAS). Review commitments, obligations and disbursements for accuracy from other interfacing systems including but not limited to DMLSS, Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF), Defense Travel System (DTS), Defense Civilian Payroll System (DCPS), and Automated Time Attendance and Production System (ATAAPS). Supervisor: Ms. Pamela Wetzel (301-619-2024) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Contact me first
- Procurement Analyst at U.S. Dept. of the Army
- Integrative Systems Biology Junior Budget Analyst at U.S. Dept. of the Army
- Project Assistant to the Director of Integrative Systems Biology at U.S. Dept. of the Army
- Logistics Assistant at U.S. Dept. of the Army
1 year, 7 months at this Job
- - Business Administration
- - Business Administration
Serves as Procurement Analyst, in doing so, communicates and integrates the organization's strategic plan, mission, vision, and values into the team's strategies, goals, objectives, work plans, work products and ser- vices; * Conducts continuous assessments of contracting and procurement operations objectives to evaluate their application, efficiency, effectiveness and suitability to current procurement conditions, and makes appropriate recommendations and improvements when necessary. * Under guidance of the Associate Director of Procurement Operations, plan appropriate performance mea- sures and evaluation factors within contractual arrangements, and ensures this data is collected, evaluated and acted upon. * Manage change and improvement by measuring effectiveness of initiative change, adapting to necessary change from old methods when they are no longer practical, identifying new methods and generating im- provement in performance. * Review and revise the program training model based upon the TCF concept to prepare and retain continuous participation. Maintain regular communication with Trainees and Preceptors throughout the recruitment process (50+ Trainees). * Support and enhance organizational initiatives by positively influencing and supporting change management and/or departmental/enterprise team initiatives. * Support the Office of Procurement Operations on areas to include but not limited to metrics results, internal audit and compliance, ratification tracking and compliance, realignment, transitions, OIG, OGC, GAO corre- spondence request, procurement review and recommendations. * Manages operational resources ensuring mission objectives are met. Ensure resources are planned for in advance of given projected workload. Balance resources and established workload priorities, given resource constraints. * *Provide business advisory support to key stakeholders. Develop alternatives where appropriate and make recommendations to senior level decision makers. * Serves as the liaison with internal and external customer of VHA Office of Procurement Operations on all pro- curement related matters. * Coaches procurement staff in the application of appropriate problem solving methods and techniques; advis- es on work methods, practices and procedures; and assists in identifying the parameters of a viable solution * Work in close collaboration with the other VA Organizations (VBA, NCA, and Other VA) and project teams to successfully deliver procurement services. Facilitation of knowledge building and knowledge sharing. * Meets eligibility requirements within the time-frame established for the position to receive and maintain FAC-C
- Procurement Analyst at Department of Veterans Affairs
2 years, 1 month at this Job
- EdD - Organizational Development
- Certification in Contract Management
- Masters of Science in Management - Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness
- Bachelors of Applied Science in Resource and Technology Management - Resource and Technology Management
- AS - Business Administration
- MBA - Business Administration
· As the Procurement Analyst, provide on-site acquisition support services for both Large Acquisition and Simplified Acquisition Procedures packages in direct support of Programs and Projects are executed on schedule for Combat Directions Systems Activity (CDSA). Assists the Contracting Department in obtaining bids/quotations and in negotiating with vendors for office supplies, facility related requirements and employee engagement requirements to get better prices, terms, discounts, and confers with vendors to ensure prompt delivery. · Assist with leading contract activities, such as conducting market research, preparing solicitation documentation (pre and post award), reviewing proposals for compliance, performing cost/price evaluations, assisting with negotiating positions, reviewing and processing invoices. · Knowledge of contracting for a variety of products and services for major systems, research and development (R&D), and/or complex programs using a wide range of contracting methodologies procedures in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and other applicable supplements. · Assist in Drafting written documentation for both informal and formal source selection procedure, source selection plans (SSP), Statement of Work (SOW), Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL), draft instructions for source selection evaluation board (SSEB) members, other pre-award documents that may include Determinations and Findings (D&F), Justifications and Approvals (J&A), and other necessary contract file documents. Assist in draft solicitation documents, such as Request for Quotes (RFQ), Request for Proposals (RFP). Draft single source and or/contract requests for validity, recommending other sources where appropriate. · Assist in prepare analyses that may include, but not be limited to, assistance in the research of past purchases and current market value of products or services, this includes GSA Schedule contracts, Government-wide Agency Contracts, and other agency contracts. Review blanket purchase order requests for reasonableness, recommending alternative methods when advantageous for the CDSA. Reviews and evaluates new vendor set-up for vendor validity and assesses initial taxable status of vendor. · Assist in communicating project status and issues and developing acquisition and policy recommendations. Lead/participate in defining overall acquisition objectives to meet planned milestones. Lead/participate in identifying and mitigating risks to include assessing cost, schedule, and performance impacts and burn-down plans. · Draft and submit all new Information Technology Procurement Request (ITPR) through the Navy Information Dominance Approval System (NAVIDAS), key financial systems to auto-populate NAVIDAS with existing data to reduce time and data entry efforts and assist submitters and reviewers for all or any purchase of $25,000 or less (including Government Purchase Card purchases) that is not National Defense. · Knowledge of acquisition and procurement of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Department of Defense (DoD) procurement policies, regulations and procedures and utilization of DoD acquisition tool sets, scheduling, spreadsheet development, documenting management issues, data collection, data call preparation, report processing, brief preparation, monitor milestone schedules and acquisition package compilation.
- Procurement Analyst at NSI
- Program Analyst at Navy Medicine East
- Program Specialist at VHA/VA Medical Center
- Military Management Specialist at Military Support Branch
9 months at this Job
- Master's - Project Management/Information Systems
- Bachelor's - Business Administration
Washington DC Supervisor: Maria Kersey 40 Hrs per Week ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Procurement Analyst (GS14) Serve as a procurement analyst for the USCG agency-wide. Provide expert technical leadership and consultation responsible for reviewing and monitoring the operations of Coast Guard purchasing and contract activities to ascertain compliance with acquisition statutes, regulations, policies and procedures and to assess their efficiency and effectiveness in performing procurement functions. Recommend, develop and issue contracting policies and procedures. Perform functions required for overall management of the Coast Guard's contracting program including compilation and review of statistical data and establishment of standards of conduct. Review, comment and develop Coast Guard position on proposed legislation affecting the procurement aspects of the Coast Guard mission. Keep abreast of proposed changes in Federal Procurement Statutes, Federal Acquisition Regulations, Office of Federal Procurement Policy Directives, Departmental Directives include Department Acquisition Regulation and other issuances from General Services Administration, Small Business Administration, and Department of Labor. Identify need for legislation relative to the contracting process and necessary for the Coast Guard to accomplish its mission. Develop initiatives to streamline Coast Guard procurement and recommend division goals and objectives. Serve as senior specialist on projects involving complex contracting processes and functions covering the entire spectrum of procurement and the contracting process.
- Procurement Analyst (GS14) at USCG
- Contract Specialist (GS14) at ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT
- Senior Contract Specialist (GG13) at DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY COMMAND
- Supervisor at DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY CECOM
3 months at this Job
- - Acquisition Management Forum
- Bachelor of Science - Human Services
* IT Support Analyst for Global procurement buyers/procurement managers/project managers to resolve issues with requisitions, purchase orders, subcontracts, job costing reports, inventory stock items * Worked closely with Accounts Payable to resolve invoicing disputes due to PO errors * Generated financial and material reports for Purchasing and Project Managers * Created and managed procurement and reporting tutorials for JDE Enterprise One * Conducted online training sessions via Skype and other online meeting tools * Traveled to company offices to conduct training sessions
- Procurement Analyst at MCDERMOTT
- Buyer /Material Management Coordinator at MCDERMOTT
- Project Secretary / Office Manager at MCDERMOTT
8 years, 6 months at this Job
10. Procurement Analyst - Planner Analyst - Supply Chain analyst- Logistic Analyst- Contract Analyst Resume
Procurement Analyst - Planner Analyst - Supply Chain analyst- Logistic Analyst- Contract Analyst
- Procurement Analyst - Planner Analyst - Supply Chain analyst- Logistic Analyst- Contract Analyst at B/E Aerospace Corp
10 years, 7 months at this Job
- Associate - Business administration
- Bachelor's - Business administration