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Posted Date 4 days ago(2/17/2024 2:33 PM)
  This role is a full-time position working on-site within the USAID offices in Washington, DC.   XL Associates, Inc. (XLA) has provided institutional support services to the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) for nearly 25 years. XLA is currently seeking a Special Assistant to provide highly responsible direct support to the Deputy Assistant Administrators (DAAs) within the USAID Bureau for Legislative and Public Affairs (USAID/LPA). The Special Assistant manages the overall workflow and coordination of the Front Office and designated senior staff, and is expected to exercise a wide latitude of discretion regarding workflow, priorities, and methods, in addition to an in-depth knowledge of the executive’s style, methods of operation, relationships, and authorities. The position requires the use of considerable judgment and independent action and may include the delegation of work to others. Work requires a high level of discretion.   Duties and Responsibilities   - Serves as a senior advisor to the DAAs to perform work of broad scope and complexity under the direction of the DAAs. - Systematically coordinates, tracks, and completes office workflow to maintain an efficient operating environment. - Serves as a focal point for the DAA’s Front Office operations and oversees and manages the flow and exchange of information, streamlines interactions with internal and external customers, and facilitates initiatives on behalf of the DAAs. - Schedules and manages the DAA’s calendar and controls access to the DAAs, determining the importance of the issues for each meeting and following protocol procedures for contacting parties. - Monitors email for action items and to glean items from staff meetings and weekly reports that require action; creates a system to generate reminders of completion deadlines. - Drafts and prepares correspondence on behalf of the DAAs and Office Directors. - Researches and prepares background information and/or talking points papers, as needed, on meeting attendees and/or topics of interest for meetings. - Develops and maintains accurate records and file management systems. - Makes appointments, travel arrangements, and itineraries; assembles or ensures that packets of information or briefing materials and accurate expense statements are prepared - Exercises a wide degree of creativity and latitude in developing and coordinating projects on behalf of the DAAs. - Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish project goals utilizing strong organizational skills. - Participates in high level meetings and travel, as needed. - Performs other work-related duties as assigned.
Job ID
2024-4153
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/9/2024 11:35 AM)
System Administrator/Task Lead shall: - Provide operational and maintenance (O&M) support for NIPRNET, SIPRNET, and JWICS system infrastructure for approximately 400 users. - Provide O&M support for Special Access System infrastructure for approximately 150 users. - Provide O&M support for Printer infrastructure, to include Pharos Secure Print. - Develop, implement, manage, and maintain VDI for thick/thin/zero clients and server virtualization technologies. - Provide O&M support for SQL Database infrastructure. - Provide O&M support for OMC server and desktop-based software applications. - Provide data backup and restoration capabilities for NIPRNET, SIPRNET, JWICS, and Special Access Systems. - Support replication of network file share volumes via Distributed Files System w/ Replication (DFS-R) between the NCR and NSGB locations. - Provide support for storage area network (SAN) and encrypted file storage capabilities. - Create/maintain a standalone workstation images in accordance with DOD security standards. - Provide systems recovery and repair operations employing industry best practices for systems troubleshooting and fault isolation.
Job ID
2024-4151
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/2/2024 1:31 PM)
XL Associates, Inc. (XLA) has provided institutional support services to the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) for nearly 25 years. XLA is currently seeking a Legislative Analyst to serve as a key member of the Legislative Affairs team within USAID’s Bureau for Legislative and Public Affairs (USAID/LPA). The Legislative Analyst works closely with members of the Legislative Affairs team to track legislation and reporting to Congress, and contributes to key products such as reports to Congress. The Legislative Analyst reports to the Director of the Office of Legislative Affairs.   Duties and Responsibilities - Support major USAID initiatives through tracking and reporting of legislative priorities and actions. - Provide strategic analytical support to LPA and other parts of USAID regarding development, coordination, implementation, data analysis, and assessment of legislative products and strategies. - Develop strategic congressional engagement plans. - Develop, edit, and transmit USAID funding and programmatic notifications, reports, and briefing materials for Congress. - Manage streamlined, transparent, and well-organized clearance processes. - Report on congressional hearings, briefings, legislation mark-ups, and floor actions. - Ensure that responses to Congressional inquiries – including Questions for the Record, consultations, and requests – are consistent, well-written, and organized in a system easily retrievable for staff. - Work with counterparts in the USAID/LPA Press and Public Affairs Office, and with other Bureau Communicators, to ensure consistency of message and unity of purpose for outreach to Congress and external groups. - Support lead Legislative Program Specialists in preparation and editing of congressional correspondence, transcripts, reports, questions for the record, Congressional Notifications, and Legislative Referral Memoranda, as well as support in scheduling meetings and briefings. - Develop weekly updates on work accomplished and upcoming tasks.
Job ID
2024-4149
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/2/2024 1:30 PM)
***A current Facility Access Clearance or Secret Security Clearance is a requirement for this position.***   Provide administrative support to the Senior Policy, Budget, & Audit Advisor in GH/P3 (and on a larger scale, the Global Health Policy Working Group (PWG)), which is developing a USAID Global Health Development Policy.  This could include - but is not limited to - the following tasks: - Tracking of deliverables in the policy development process; - Routing documents through the necessary channels, with guidance from the Senior Advisor; - Uploading documents to any shared drives, such as Google Drive; - Taking notes for meetings or focus group discussions, and providing high quality summaries to all stakeholders involved; - Tracking planned dates in the process against actual dates; and - Organizing meetings for the Senior Advisor and other PWG members to address questions/concerns. - Supporting the Senior advisor in planning and facilitating a mini-retreat for the PWG (travel for two day in person event in DC)
Job ID
2024-4148
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/29/2024 5:38 PM)
*** This is a hybrid position and requires applicants to live in the Washington, DC area***   The Contracts Specialist will primarily support the Office of Country Support, Field Coordination Unit. The Contracts Specialist will be an essential member of the Office of Country Support and will report on a day-to-day basis to the Senior Advisor, Field Coordination Unit (FCU), within that respective organizational unit.  The Contracts Specialist provides support to the team, performing a variety of both complex and routine administrative and contractual support duties.   Responsibilities related to the Contracts Specialist position will include all administrative tasks related to PSC awards from maintaining files, responding in an informed and timely fashion to contractual questions and request for assistance.   The Contracts Specialist needs excellent organizational, financial and the ability to excel in a deadline-oriented work environment.  The Specialist will work closely with the Contracts Officer for the PSC contracts, along with the Technical Advisor, Program Coordinator and the Senior Field Coordinator in the FCU.    The Contracts Specialist is responsible for supporting the work of the Field Coordination Unit, which manages the GH-TAMS contract ($125M), 17 Firehouse PSC contracts and the 2 PSC Rover contracts. The position will ensure that the strongest possible long-term coverage is provided, which includes all aspects of PSC negotiation, award and contract administration activities.   DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK   - Responsible for administrative tasks related to PSC awards from maintaining files, responding in an informed and timely fashion to contractual questions and request for assistance. This includes demonstrating an appropriate sense of urgency when responding to internal and external customer requests. - Liaise with the Contract Officer (CO) as appropriate, as well as OAA PSC Policy Division. - Support PSC negotiation, award and contract administration activities. - Assist in the drafting of all contract documents, including budgets and memos necessary to execute contracts and contract modifications for assigned actions. Ensure that all reports are accurate, complete, and timely. - Ensure assigned PSC contracts are in compliance with USAID, US Government, and other regulations, laws, standards, procedures. - Maintain electronic and hard copy files and systems in compliance with US Government and USAID standards. - Monitor and track upcoming contractual actions and deadlines. Responsible for assuring that all information regarding the status of assigned procurement actions are in the Global Acquisition & Assistance System (GLAAS) databases and/or current systems as applicable for completion of work tasks and as per agency regulatory requirements. - Support the PSC recruiting process. - Understand and execute the USAID PSC recruitment process: developing a recruitment plan, assisting in the development of solicitations, managing the application process, arranging interviews, and providing information on positions to candidates. - Responsible for administrative tasks related to PSC recruiting including maintaining files, answering contract questions for candidates, and reporting on ongoing recruitments. - Other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2024-4147
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(1/25/2024 9:56 AM)
XLA is looking for a Facility Planning Specialist to work onsite at a federal agency in Arlington, VA (metro accessible). Responsibilities include: - Serving as the facility project manager for centrally managed activities, performing the full range of program/project management. - Overseeing project budgets and reviewing funding proposals to meet the requirements for new facilities and/or renovation or expansion of existing facilities. - Evaluating and resolving problems or issues with widespread impact on the organization's large procurements, some of which have new or unusual. - Serving as the facilities services to the Domestic Field offices on various repairs and upgrades to the existing office. - Travel on market surveys with federal employees to survey office sites for future office. - Travel to various field offices for inspection of new construction and renovations of ongoing projects. - Preparing space utilization and layout design plans using the Computer Aided Design (CAD) to develop and prepare detailed drawings and specifications for telecommunications, furniture, electrical and other. - Reviewing facilities design criteria, guidelines, and procedures to assure optimal effectiveness in meeting specialized organization. - Preparing space layouts and basic building plans from landlords awarded leases and reviews closely for deviations from. - Discussing plans with lessors, contractors, and federal employees. - Developing project milestones and reviews cost estimates and project Determining technical project requirements and design specifications and concepts.  - Applying the rules and regulations governing the acquisition, construction and/or alterations of leased or owned. - Analyzing proposals considering numerous factors related to ability to meet requirements, utility access, cost, employeeconveniences. - Acquiring space based on the development of program requirements, preparing design, reviewing technical drawings, specifications and cost estimates, and working with occupancy agreements and tenant improvements. - Conducting pre-construction meetings to assure complete understanding of space designs and technical. - Advising all parties of requirements and modifications (exterior and interior) in more detail, such as specifications for technical operations, security, acoustics, wall specifications and coverings,  color coordination, etc. - Overseeing construction and renovations, assuring all requirements and expectations are Discussing plans with lessors, general contractors, architects, and management. - Considering the General Services Administration (GSA) offers of buildings and sitesproposed for buildings built to specifications. - Preparing furniture packages and procure funding to outfit the space and manages the delivery and installation. - Developing life cycle office relocation/renovation schedules and attendant funding plans and proposals to assure facilities meet specialized requirements with maximum cost effectiveness.
Job ID
2024-4144
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(1/26/2024 10:44 AM)
XL Associates, Inc. (XLA) has provided institutional support services to the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) for over twenty years.  XLA is currently seeking a Financial Analyst to provide direct support onsite at the USAID Mission in Pretoria, South Africa for an initial period of six months. The person in this role is responsible for financial analysis and audit management and provides financial analysis support to USAID technical teams. Specifically, support to the technical teams includes the design, implementation, and evaluation of USAID projects through performance of financial activity analysis, reviews, and assessments. The Financial Analyst enhances the integrity of internal operations and controls through periodic review of management and accounting control. S/He also leads or assists in the conduct of the Mission’s Audit Management Resolution Program, including development of the Mission audit plan and tracking timely closure of audit recommendations.  
Job ID
2024-4142
Location
US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 5 hours ago(2/21/2024 11:22 AM)
As a UFMS Support Specialist, you will be a crucial part of our team, providing expert support and guidance to users of the Department of Justice's United Financial Management System (UFMS). This role involves assisting users with navigating and effectively utilizing UFMS, troubleshooting issues, and ensuring users can leverage the system to meet their financial management needs. Ideal candidates are those with a strong background in financial systems, excellent problem-solving skills, and the ability to communicate complex information clearly.   Responsibilities: - Software specialist to assist users navigate Department of Justice United Financial Management System (UFMS) database - Serve as the first point of contact for UFMS users, offering support and guidance on  utilizing the system effectively. - Troubleshoot and resolve user issues related to UFMS operations, transaction  processing, reporting, and other functionalities. - Conduct user training sessions, workshops, and webinars to enhance the  understanding and efficient use of UFMS across the organization. - Collaborate with IT and development teams to communicate user feedback and contribute to system enhancements and updates.
Job ID
2024-4139
Location
US-VA-Arlington
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/29/2024 1:21 PM)
XLA is looking to hire an E2 Travel Specialist to work on site at DEA in Arlington, VA (metro accessible). Members of the XLA team work within the Financial Operations Section (FNO) by providing the E2 help desk support, answering questions, researching travel documents, routing issues, and maintaining E2 Access Forms. Employees with the Travel Services Unit work closely with the E2 Travel Helpdesk. Team members provide helpdesk support to all inquiries pertaining to E2 travel responding and researching all questions.  This helpdesk support is provided to all personnel at DEA. Our team assists DEA employees to ensure all Travel Cards are being used in accordance with all regulations. In addition, our team members generate E2 usage reports and provide cost comparisons for E2 travelers creating documents tracking E2 progress.  This information is used to update quarterly travel savings and used in the Office of Finance newsletter.   The E2 Travel Specialist will be tasked with: - Creating new E2 accounts for travelers  - Advising travelers on how to complete authorizations and submit travel vouchers in E2 - Advising travelers on all agency travel policies - Troubleshooting and resolving issues with rejected E2 documents from UFMS - Maintaining database for documents on local intranet 
Job ID
2024-4138
Posted Date 2 months ago(1/3/2024 11:37 AM)
The Senior Network Engineer (NCR) shall: - Function as the SME responsible for the development, implementation, and configuration, of OMC Network Infrastructure across multiple locations operating a broad range of network technologies. - Lead O&M support efforts of all OMC NIPRNET, SIPRNET, JWICS Network Infrastructure located in NSGB, and Special Access System Network Infrastructure located in both the NCR and NSGB. - Installs, monitors, manages, and supports switches, routers, and data circuits for OMC Voice, Data, and Video Systems. - Ensures Network Infrastructure is securely configured in accordance with DoD Cyber Security Policy, - Maintains a broad understanding and deep knowledge across all applicable network technologies, advises the OMC Information Technology Division in the utilization and integration of innovative technologies in support of OMC Network requirements. - Leads OMC engineering and installation (E&I) support for inside/outside plant LAN wiring & fiber optic cable terminations. - Installs, configures, maintains, and troubleshoots OMC Network Encryption device operation. - Ensures proper IP Address allocation to optimize network performance and maintain network security. - Leads efforts to troubleshoot network issues and outages, coordinates with internal and external entities to resolve complex networking issues.
Job ID
2024-4135
Location
US-DC-
Posted Date 1 week ago(2/12/2024 12:26 PM)
Network Engineer will: - Provide O&M support for the OMC NIPRNET, SIPRNET, JWICS Network Infrastructure located in NSGB, and the Special Access System Network Infrastructure located in both the NCR and NSGB. - Provide engineering and installation (E&I) support for inside/outside plant LAN wiring & fiber optic cable terminations throughout OMC facilities in NSGB. - Provide detailed engineering implementation plans, diagrams, List of Materials, and project schedule in support of E&I efforts. The government will provide necessary materials and surge staffing to support implementation projects that exceed established firm-fixed price (FFP) mission support levels as proposed. - Maintain as-built cabling/fiber documentation and diagrams for OMC Network infrastructure. - Configure and manage network encryption devices. - Manage assigned IP address allocations. - Coordinate with JSP/DISA and other Contractor personnel to provide support for WAN optimization and redundancy.
Job ID
2024-4134
Posted Date 2 months ago(1/3/2024 11:33 AM)
The Senior System Administrator/Task Lead shall: - Provide operational and maintenance (O&M) support for NIPRNET, SIPRNET, and JWICS system infrastructure for approximately 400 users. - Provide support for Special Access System infrastructure for approximately 150 users. - Provide support for Printer infrastructure, to include Pharos Secure Print. - Develop, implement, manage, and maintain VDI for thick/thin/zero clients and server virtualization technologies. - Provide support for SQL Database infrastructure. - Support for OMC server and desktop-based software applications. - Provide data backup and restoration capabilities for NIPRNET, SIPRNET, JWICS, and Special Access Systems. - Support replication of network file share volumes via Distributed Files System w/ Replication (DFS-R) between the NCR and NSGB locations. - Provide support for storage area network (SAN) and encrypted file storage capabilities. - Create/maintain a standalone workstation images in accordance with DOD security standards. - Provide systems recovery and repair operations employing industry best practices for systems troubleshooting and fault isolation.  
Job ID
2024-4133
Location
CU-Guantanamo Bay
Posted Date 2 months ago(12/14/2023 6:13 PM)
XLA is looking for an Jr. Financial Analyst proficient in Microsoft Access, to support our Government Client in their Arlington, VA location (metro accessible).   The Jr. Financial Analyst will be responsible and required to: - The ability to work in Financial Information Reporting & System Tools (FIRST), Obligation Module Management (OMM), Imprest Fund Management Module (IFMM), and Unified Financial Management System (UFMS) - Obtain multiple roles such as Process Coordinator, Auditor, Accounting Technician, Funds Assigner, and Reconciler - Process a variety of documents in Unified Financial Management System (UFMS) - Analyze and examine accounting data and accounts to resolve complex procedural and technical accounting transactions - Review, prepare, and classify procedural accounting documents and transaction - Recommend methods within procedure to expedite the payment of invoices and requests - Maintain, control and reconcile accounting transactions and records for multiple accounts - Trainings - Assisted various offices with fiscal needs - Prepare correspondence, reports and other documents - Ability to use Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Office and Excel - Audit Imprest Fund and Operational Advance Audits - Team member on Digital Signature Help Desk  
Job ID
2023-4129
Location
US-VA-Arlington
Posted Date 2 months ago(12/12/2023 11:20 AM)
XLA is looking for a Travel Specialist to sit onsite at our customer's offices in Washington, D.C. - Knowledge of Federal Travel Regulations and E2 systems. - Prior experience with a web-based travel system. - Proficient in Microsoft Office, with advanced knowledge of Excel. - Excellent communications and interfacing with various levels of management. - Excellent attention detail, must be able to multi task and have a sense of urgency to complete travel task within the allotted time frame provided. - Experience working with domestic travel authorizations and vouchers processing as well as foreign travel passports and visas. - Strong written and oral communication skills, preferably in a helpdesk type environment. - Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting or related field OR additional 4 years of professional experience in a related field in lieu of degree.  
Job ID
2023-4126
Location
US-DC-
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/20/2023 12:25 PM)
XL Associates, Inc. (XLA) has provided institutional support services to the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) for over twenty years.  XLA is now seeking an Administrative Assistant to support the Bureau for Resilience, Environment, and Food Security (REFS) under a contract that was recently awarded. Through REFS, USAID works to advance inclusive agriculture‐led growth, resilience, nutrition, and water security, sanitation and hygiene initiatives in priority countries around the world to help them accelerate and protect development progress.    The Administrative Assistant will provide administrative support to both direct hires (DHs) and non‐direct hires (NDHs) USAID staff for the day‐to‐day routine functions needed to support Bureau or Operating Unit leadership and teams to operate effectively, and to meet overall objectives.   The Administrative Assistant will work with the USAID point-of-contact to whom they are assigned for day-to-day work assignments. Activities include assessing administrative needs, information gathering and management, and providing administrative support in the planning, implementation, and evaluation/oversight of activities related to REFS programs.   The Bureau for Resilience, Environment, and Food Security (REFS) is responsible for worldwide leadership and integrated technical expertise of the programming of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in agriculture-led growth and environmental sustainability. The Bureau’s expertise encompasses resilience; environment; food security; nutrition; water security, sanitation, and hygiene; climate; infrastructure; and energy, with the goals of reducing poverty; increasing resilience and sustainability; and enhancing U.S. national security and economic prosperity. REFS leads the Agency’s efforts to help governments, civil society, the private sector, and communities in our partner countries break the cycle of crisis caused by climate change, environmental degradation, and resource scarcity, leading to chronic vulnerability, poverty, and hunger.   The incumbent will provide administrative support to ensure efficient operation of the offices of Communications and Outreach; Adaptation; and Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility.  This position will sit in Washington, D.C. and will be in the office 4 days a week with core support from 9am - 3pm ET.   General Administrative Support: - Support ordering of office supplies, anticipating needs and obtaining Office Director’s approval and always following guidelines of inherently governmental function - Support preparation of routine reports, e.g. weekly reports, calendars of events, lists of publications, etc. - Perform official timekeeper duties in the WebTA system including ensuring all entries are entered correctly - Provide administrative support for personal services contracting actions, including interview scheduling, candidate escorting, security clearance processing, medical clearance processing, and onboarding procedures Knowledge Management: - Generate and maintain documents and spreadsheets using the Google Suite of tools - Provide reference service to files and prepare/review annual file plans and submit to the Records Liaison Officer - Save documents and maintain file structures using USAID portals - Develop and maintain internal trackers including for logistics and milestone tracking - Track and follow clearances for Bureau documentation of high quality - Maintain awareness of and follow Agency and Federal guidelines for file retention - Maintain email lists, monitor office websites, and request webmaster to repair broken links or update factual information as necessary - Maintain Office member contact lists for Continuity of Operations Plans (COOP) and emergency situations; stay up-to-date on Agency administrative notices and advise officers on current requirements - Support budget development and assist with FO contract resolutions. Calendar and Meeting Management: - Update and maintain calendars to avoid conflicts and according to priorities - Maintain awareness of routine office meetings such as staff meetings, board meetings, etc. In order to avoid disruption in daily management of office administration - Provide logistical support to organize meetings, schedule conference rooms as necessary and ensure proper equipment and materials are available for meetings at least one day prior - Liaise with CIO for IT needs to address or respond to technical issues if they arise - Capture and distribute meeting minutes, summaries of conclusions, and action items - Support Officers at meetings and trainings, including assisting in planning, arranging for appropriate rooms and presentation equipment, setting up, making sufficient copies of materials, escorting visitors, and keeping the room tidy following meetings Travel Processing: - Process travel requests on receipt of itineraries, including reservations, ticketing, and managing and processing visa and passport requirements - Obtain country clearances via email/cable as appropriate three days prior to departure date - Process travel vouchers and expense report processing including properly documenting travel in Agency’s electronic systems (i.e. E2i Solutions, FS-Trans) - Maintain travel databases and track travel budgets; coordinate airline and hotel reservations Correspondence: - Track executive correspondence and work with the USAID point-of-contact to ensure responses are transmitted in a timely fashion and properly formatted - Review Office correspondence for proper formatting as prescribed in official agency guidance - Produce documents requiring minimal edits prior to clearance and dissemination from Office - Ensure documents are correctly formatted according to approved templates - Distribute incoming mail and prepare mailings for Officers
Job ID
2023-4114
Posted Date 4 months ago(10/13/2023 12:29 PM)
 XLA is looking for a Senior Contract Specialist to support our client. The job site is in a niche area in Arlington, VA that is close to restaurants, shops, and public transportation.   Here is what you need to know about the responsibilities: - Develop acquisition plans and procurement  milestone schedules - Coordinate tasks and attend meetings related to the development of a procurement  package - Prepare procurement packages, including preparation  and review of requirements  documentation (e.g., Statements of Work (SOWs), Statements of Objectives (SOOs), Statement of Need (SON), Performance  Work Statement (PWS)), market research documentation, independent  government cost estimates (IGCEs), draft evaluation factors, applicable pre-award determinations and findings, and applicable pre-award clearances  and reviews (e.g., Small Business  Set-Aside Review and Information  Technology  Checklist) - Provide recommendations concerning the selection of contract type and method of acquisition - Prepare and assist with the preparation of Justifications  for Other-Than-Full- and-Open-Competition (JOFOCs) - Prepare or assist with the preparation of Determinations and Findings - Draft or assist in drafting and issuing applicable pre-award synopses - Present or assist in presenting acquisition planning documentation for higher level reviews and approvals - Review of acquisition requirements documents - Review and improve customer statements of work and other pre-award documentation - Participate in working groups - Review and participate in training development and delivery - Develop briefings and position papers, review drafts, and finalize documentation  
Job ID
2023-4096
Location
US-VA-Arlington
Posted Date 4 months ago(10/10/2023 10:41 AM)
The Capture Manager is responsible for the growth of the XLA Portfolio with emphasis on creating new business and winning new opportunities. The Capture Manager will develop, oversee, and execute strategies and plans for specific opportunities/pursuits and is accountable to win new business, as well as, support the proposal process. The ideal candidate will have considerable professional networks within various government agencies such as the DoD, DHS, DOJ, State, USAID etc.   Key Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): - Leads capture efforts to secure new business and re-compete contract / task orders  - Builds and maintains a qualified pipeline to include continual status updates, bid-no-bid decisions, teaming arrangements, and calculated p-Wins - Develops capture strategy including business solution for pursuit of opportunities; identifies potential customers, performs competitive assessments, assists in identifying teaming partners, and support the price-to-win assessments - Leverages the XLA Capture Approach/Workbook for all Pipeline identified opportunities to drive progress and increase the p-Win leading to the final solicitation release - Provides initial Program Manager (PM) assessment of new opportunities to include: planning, risk management, and project performance addressing cost, schedule, and technical quality for related Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) elements on a large system development-type contract or full responsibility for all aspects of program performance on a large technical services-type contract - Maintains an accurate and up-to-date XLA Proposal Forecast Schedule - Coordinates bid/capture team resources and interdependencies between multiple and multi-disciplinary teams to develop a high-quality solution - Develops and presents briefings to internal and external customers to support the capture process - Maintains on-going interaction with external Business Development (BD) teams - Influences & impacts business capture strategy throughout the organization - Influences the development of overall objectives and long-range goals of the organizations - As needed, will lead proposal efforts to serve as a book boss, creates outlines, color teams, scheduling, stand up calls, white glove, production etc.
Job ID
2023-4092
Location
US-VA-Vienna
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/22/2023 12:24 PM)
  XLA is looking for an Audiovisual Editing Specialist to work full time onsite at the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Audiovisual Unit in Arlington, VA (metro accessible). The Audiovisual Unit is the DEA’s principal office for providing audio and video support for Public Affairs events; developing video productions that are designed to educate and inform national and international audiences about the use, abuse and trafficking trends of various drugs; producing videos for television use with wrap around interviews and/or panel discussions; and providing videos to local, national and international news medium (e.g., newspapers, online, social media, radio, and television) for drug-related news reporting.   Duties and Responsibilities: - Provide audiovisual editing services in support of the DEA mission, its programs and functions. The audiovisual specialist understands the requirements of services requested by program managers and applies knowledge derived from a mastery of the methods, techniques, and practices associated with the development of original television productions to produce highly complex and large-scale drug-related audiovisual productions; independently accomplishes projects, from evaluating and expressing audiovisual requirements and overseeing audiovisual editing projects to completion. - Assures that production material is produced in accordance with the highest industry standards, management's needs, and in accordance with the DEA mission and objectives. Conceives, assesses, and prepares materials in support of agency audiovisual needs. Consults with program personnel and subject matter specialists to determine the objectives of the proposed project, nature of the audience to which the material will be presented, the audio and visual medium to be used, and the methods by which the materials will be most effectively presented. Works closely with other communicators, graphic artists, photographers, illustrators, writers, video/film technicians, actors and equipment contractors in developing audiovisual related materials. - Consults with program managers, news media personnel, and other government officials regarding the audiovisual products best suited for the intended audiences. Assists to conceive, develop, design and produce various audiovisual materials, working within agency goals and objectives. - Broad general guidelines and departmental mandates apply to multimedia productions, requiring judgement and creativity to use effectively within accepted industry standards and practices. In addition, complies with standard industry and federal guidelines governing specific procedures and how to achieve quality - The work involves audiovisual editing of existing audio video footage for broadcast production, multimedia production, and other audiovisual services. Coordinates with supervisors throughout the entire process, including evaluation of management's initial request and determination of the requirements and methodology necessary to ensure successful completion of the project.  
Job ID
2023-4087
Location
US-VA-Arlington