Crystal S. Jennings
Cell: 256-***-**** Madison, AL 35756
Top Secret Clearance TS Renewal Complete (March 2021) firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenningscrystal CERTIFICATION - EXPERIENCE
• DAWIA Level III in Contracting
• DAWIA Level III in Program Management
• Mastered the core Acquisition functions of the role such as reporting, forecasting, and budgeting of over $500 million, led simultaneous portfolio of projects within the appropriate acquisition strategies for IT and major weapon systems for the government
• Supervised the execution of Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) for supplies and services, Cost Plus Award Fee (CPAF), Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF), Cost Plus Incentive Fee (CPIF), Firm Fixed Price (FFP), Fixed Priced Incentive Fee (FPIF), Time and Materials type contracts POSITION PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Contract Specialist January 2021-Present
Corp of Engineers(40+ hours) Huntsville, AL
• Specialist managing eleven (11) Firm Fixed Priced (FFP) medical task orders valued at over $990 million dollars in support of Multiple Award Task Order Contract V and VI (MATOC V/VI). The contracts support various military medical facilities and operation maintenance at locations in the United States and internationally.
• Demonstrated experience in a variety of contract actions to include modification, request for proposals (RFP), proposal evaluations, and task order awards supporting Time and Material (Far 16.601), Other than Full and Open competition (FAR Subpart 6.3), Negotiation (FAR Part 15); Commercial Items (FAR Part 12); and Simplified Acquisitions (FAR Part 13) to include subcontract evaluations (FAR Part 19 and DFAR 252.219) Acquisition Analyst May 2017 – January 2018
System Studies and Simulations, Inc. (40+ hours) Redstone Arsenal, AL
• Serve as the principal contracting advisor to the contracting officer (KO) and program manager for PEO Aviiation, Apache Sensor conducting strategic requirements review, acquisition strategy development, Request for Proposal (RFP) development, and in performing other related procurement tasks as required; Executes the administrative process of over $1 Billion in Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) for supplies and services, Cost Plus Award Fee, (CPAF), Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF), Cost Plus Incentive Fee (CPIF), Firm Fixed Price (FFP), Fixed Priced Incentive Firm Target Award (FPIF) type contracts in the Apache Sensor Program Management directorate.
• Assist in negotiation for the government during complex contract with recommendations that committed of $68 million in command resources. Coordinate and compile periodic and special reports, narratives, studies, briefings, and other presentations used in analysis of contract performance and surveillance.
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• Prepared solicitations, acquisition plans, and other documents required by regulatory and local guidance. Serve as a senior contract administrator preparing Contract Requirement Packages
(CRP), Reads, and interprets Letters of Agreement (LOA). Develops and executes funding requests, modifies, and incorporates Statement of Work (SOW). Monitors and evaluates the preparation of technical data and documentation to determine completeness, adequacy of detail, and technical accuracy.
• Participated in source selections to include small businesses for subcontract considerations, as defined in FAR Part 19. Review of Organizational Conflicts of Interest (OCI) and Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDAs) before signature. All source selection evaluation information made accessible to Contractor personnel shall be protected and treated as "Source Selection Sensitive" information as defined in FAR Part 2.101 and according to FAR Part 3.104.
• Maintain complex pricing models supporting business development proposal bids including for commercial and non-commercial items; cost analysis; cost realism analysis; and the preparation of pricing reports and related pricing documents needed for negotiations; Verify the contractor’s rate through the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA). Prepare designated price and cost analysis in accordance with current command regulations and policy. Contract Administrator June 2015 – September 2016
Defense Intelligence Agency, Missile and Space Intelligence Center Redstone Arsenal, AL
• Assist and offer guidance on the development of performance work statements (PWS) and statements of work (SOW) for the Joint Research Analysis and Assessment Center, managing the IDIQ contract task orders with a value of over $60 million.
• Prepare justification documents to include solicitation provisions and contract clauses as prescribed in FAR Part 52 when submitting a proposal such as evaluation factors cost and price analysis memorandums, and post-award modifications for existing task orders.
• Prepare cradle to grave pre-award and post-award acquisition planning, market research, solicitation/evaluation, negotiation, administration, award, and close-out for supplies and services in support of the organization.
• Receive and evaluate business proposals following FAR and DFAR guidance; address an initial meeting of the technical evaluation team to provide instruction and conflicts of interest. Review and analyze proprietary pricing information received from vendors, ensuring the secure storage of confidential and sensitive acquisition data to avoid compromising the acquisition process. Deputy Director, Contract Management September 2012-June 2015 Mission Installation Contracting Command (40+ hours) Fort Gordon, GA
• An active participant in the planning process with significant stakeholders to develop sound business approach resulting in more than $130 million in annual contract awards, including more than 1,202 contracting actions and $55.7 million in contract administration.
• Determine the need to renegotiate contracts using past performance information and debarment and suspension information to ensure potential contractors are responsible for performing and providing quality service to the federal government before the contractual arrangement. The result is the completion of an Installation Logistical Support contract valued at over $93 million.
• During the FY13 sequestration, accomplished close-out of 661 contracts, 693 contract award actions valued at $85,916,874, and Virtual Contract Environment-Contract Management (VCE- CM) compliance of 99%.
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Deputy Director, Contract Management April 2014-May 2015 Contract Enabler Cell (50+ hours) Combined Security Transition Command- Afghanistan
• Senior manager for a joint, multicomponent 15-member team of top contract specialists and program managers overseeing 125 contracts with a combined value exceeding $5.7 billion in the United States and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) funding and including over 9,500 contracted employees.
• Collaborate with program officials executing a Senior Government National Procurement Approval Board providing a primary tool to coordinate, review, and process contracts resulting in greater efficiency in spending oversight of $4.6 billion coalition procurement fund: mitigated risk of inappropriate use of Contributing Nation Funds.
• Maintain compliance and oversight of over 104 uniquely different Afghan contracts located in 250 locations across Afghanistan valued at $1.6 billion annually for operational contracting support delivering critical training, equipment, supplies, and services to multiple nations supporting the development of the Afghanistan National Security Forces. Deputy Director, Project Management May 2011-September 2012 Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Fort Meade, MD Multinational Information Sharing (40+ hours)
• Conduct root-cause analysis leading to the implementation of enduring processes for 100% accountability and traceability of appropriated and reimbursable funds.
• Developed and briefed high-level presentations to the Office of Secretary Defense-Chief Information Officer, General Officers, and Senior Executive Service leadership on software implementation, configuration management, and budget controls for high-level hardware and software programs resulting in 100% approval of new software portfolio implementations.
• Determine product/service needs, including price, quantity, quality, and specifications quarterly, assisting in the re-compete of the program office and technical support contracts valued at $20 million. Simultaneously managing five existing agreements valued at $185 million and executing a
$58 million budget for supplies, services, and equipment contracts delivering capabilities for key communication portfolios, including the essential software suite for CENTRIX operating in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Director, Program Plans and Budget Control September 2009-April 2011 Multinational Information Sharing (40+ hours) Fort Meade, MD
• Restructured the FY11 Congressionally mandated 25% budget cut, achieving internal efficiencies of an execution rate of 95% obligation of portfolio funds resulting in no impact on critical program operational support.
• Implemented a stop-work on a significant contract, preventing an $8 million cost overrun and anti- deficiency act violation resulting in government leverage in the renegotiation of a follow-on agreement and considerable cost savings in the new contract
• Obtained, verified, and analyzed data in support of cost/pricing negotiations on budget submissions for significant information technology software and hardware projects in direct coordination with Office of Management and Budget, House and Senate Appropriation Committees, and Combat Commanders.
• Prepared all aspects of quarterly financial management reports, performance exhibits, justifications, portfolio management reporting, to include briefs and congressional responses.