Government Property & Compliance Administrator
The Government Property & Compliance Administrator: (1) oversees the full life cycle of government property administration for CGI Federal and (2) supports Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) and Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) compliance by developing and implementing Company policies/procedures and performing internal operational reviews. With regard to Government Property, the Administrator is directly-responsible for the development and execution of property processes, accountable for government property management (including property in possession of subcontractors), and property disposition. With regard to Compliance, the Administrator assists with Government audits, CAS/FAR compliance activities and deliverables and compliance training. The Administrator will report directly to CGI Federal’s Government Compliance Director.
Your future duties and responsibilities
• Maintains an approved government property control system.
• Manages government property accountable to the Company, maintaining all required property records (i.e., tagging, creating new records, updating database with property transfers, tracking and disposition of property, etc.) and performing annual/semi-annual government property inventory.
• Ensures that CGI Federal’s property control system addresses all FAR/DFARS requirements.
• Provides property system training, establishes standard operations procedures, and provides technical guidance to site personnel.
• Works directly with external (DCMA) and internal audit functions and works collaboratively with other functional departments to resolve government property administration issues.
• Seeks disposition instructions for surplus government property.
• Prepares a variety of government required reports and audit responses for Company.
• Reviews contract and solicitation provisions for government property requirements, providing recommendations to project, contract, and proposal managers as needed.
• Works with management to ensure compliance with CAS and FAR and resolve compliance issues.
• Supports the Company’s response to DCAA and other Government agency audits and assists with the Company’s annual incurred cost proposal, conducts internal floor check audits and completes other compliance deliverables as assigned.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role
• Bachelors degree and at least 5 years of experience managing government property for a federal contractor, including at least 2 years working on government compliance/audit issues.
• Working knowledge of government contract accounting preferred, but not required, and incurred cost preparation experience a plus.
• Direct experience with DCMA government property audits and a deep knowledge of federal government property policy/procedures for Defense and Civilian agencies.
• Provide strategic leadership for effective management of government property requirements.
• Demonstrated ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment with little to no supervision.
• Flexibility to travel, when needed, and ability to lift 20 lbs. on occasion.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
NPMA membership and CPPS certification desired.
• Ability to obtain a DOD secret clearance.
• Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.) is required and familiarity with Cost point and Congo’s Impromptu is desired.
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