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Contracting Resources Group (CRG) is always looking for individuals with strong goals for personal and professional growth to join our team.  At CRG, your ideas are valued, your talents are cherished, and your personal and professional development goals are nurtured in a comfortable environment.  If you want to realize your potential and fulfill your ambition while making a difference for clients, CRG is the place for you.  Please This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it your resume, and we will contact you for an interview.

* Contracting Resources Group, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and participates in E-Verify.

Current Openings

Senior Acquisition Specialist

Contracting Resources Group, Inc. (CRG, Inc.) is currently seeking a full-time Senior Acquisition Specialist on our contract that supports the General Services Administration (GSA), National Capital Region (NCR), Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) located in Washington, DC. The position requires senior-level acquisition expertise and project management experience in the full-acquisition lifecycle with a concentration in finance, specifically in banking, securities, and mortgages requirements.

Location: United States-Washington DC

Education: Minimum Bachelors Degree from an accredited university.

The position requires working with Subject Matter Experts performing the following activities:

  • Assisting the government acquisition program office with acquisition planning and execution.
  • Providing advice and recommendations for all elements in acquisition plans, including approaches, options, strategies, risks, contracting methods, competition, sources, cost, milestone schedules, and researching existing Government-Wide Area Contracts (GWACs) for available products and services.
  • Provide expertise and knowledge in finance specifically related to banking, securities, and mortgages for development of requirements documentation including Performance Work Statements (PWS) and Statements of Work (SOW).
  • Evaluating different approaches to and sources for acquisition support.
  • Researching available suppliers and compare the services and costs of obtaining support from the different providers.

Qualifications Required:

  • 10+ years of related experience.
  • MUST have professional certification (PMP, CPCM, CFCM, CCCM, DAU Level 2 or higher) or completion of equivalent coursework (PM and/or Contracting).
  • Experience with the Department of Housing and Urban Development, a plus.
  • MUST possess a working knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and agency-specific regulations.
  • Must possess working knowledge of loan servicing; loss mitigation services; bankruptcy and foreclosure services; preparation and disposition of acquired properties; execution of loans sales and transfers to authorize third parties.
  • MUST have current and demonstrated experience with DoD instructions and directives.
  • Knowledge of performance-based contracting, source selection plans, and procedures.
  • Proven problem-solving abilities and a tangible track record of results.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite and the Internet.
  • Ability to work directly with clients and minimal direct supervision.

Additional Qualifications:

  • Experience with Purchasing/Contracting Methods and Techniques including small purchasing techniques, basic Federal acquisition, research and interpretation of laws, regulations, and policies and routine negotiated procurement actions.
  • Knowledge of the principles, techniques, methods, and procedures of Government contracting to perform pre-award, post-award procurement actions and aspects of contract administration.
  • Knowledge of the GSA acquisition process.
  • Applicant must be eligible to obtain Public Trust Level Three (3) Access.

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Senior Program Analyst - Financial Management Analyst

Contracting Resources Group (CRG) is looking to hire a Senior Program Analyst-Financial Management and Analysis Services in support of a Department of Defense (DoD) Defense Health Agency (DHA) contract to provide support to the Reserve Health Readiness Program (RHRP).

The RHRP provides health readiness support services to the Service Components (SCs), which are composed of the Reserve Components (RC), Active Components (AC) and Department of Defense (DOD) and Service civilians. SCs require medical and dental services to have a medically ready, deployable force. The RHRP Management Office (RHRP MO) requires support to accomplish the mission including assistance and coordination with the day-to-day operations of the RHRP; and providing input regarding potential program improvements. If awarded, this would be a five year contact (base year plus four option years).

Location: Falls Church, VA

Education: Bachelor's degree required.


  • Collaborating with stakeholders to promote mutual understanding of immediate and long-term objectives; explain pertinent financial policies and procedures that affect SC budget formulation and execution; and avoid service disruptions by coordinating and monitoring SC funding.
  • Auditing invoices from the RHRP Contractor for compliance with SC task orders and the RHRP contract, resolve discrepancies, verify disbursements, and assist in processing payment in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement.
  • Supporting the full financial and contract lifecycles for the RHRP, including budget formulation and management; planning, preparing, and coordinating funding documents; use of the Defense Agencies Initiative system, the DHA Customer Portal system, the Electronic Document Access system, and the Invoicing, Receipt, Acceptance and Property Transfer system; and planning, preparing, and coordinating contract action packages.
  • Assisting with completion of annual DD Form 1144 Support Agreements, and any forms serving a similar purpose, between DHA and SCs.
  • Formulating, analyzing, and interpreting standard and customized reports for the RHRPMO and SCs that will permit SCs to manage their RHRP use and execution to prevent interruption of their RHRP services.
  • Use information from Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) myInvoice, Wide Area Workflow, and RHRP Contractor and SC information and accounting systems (e.g., Automated Voucher System, General Fund Enterprise Business System) to generate reports and enable budget and funding reconciliations with DHA, DFAS, SCs, and other stakeholders.
  • Providing analysis and extrapolation of raw data to identify unfavorable financial trends and discuss possible resolutions with the Chief , RHRP.
  • Evaluating proposed clinical, operational, financial, and contracting changes to proactively determine possible program financial impact.
  • Participating in the development of presentations for stakeholder conferences, meetings, and working groups, producing clear, concise written products that communicate complex financial issues in a simplified manner.
  • Providing to the COR and the Chief of RHRP reports and other documentation (e.g., PowerPoint presentations, Excel spreadsheets, meeting and site visit summaries) as requested that are concise, informative, and well written.
  • Monitoring and analyzing past and present program resource use and forecasted requirements to identify financial trends, discrepancies, and problems requiring further evaluation by Government staff.
  • Monitoring RHRP fiscal activity related to disbursements and obligations of assigned SC funding Task Orders.
  • Monitoring and advise on management of the full lifecycle of RHRP financial and contracting matters.
  • Monitoring funding of RHRP-related travel, and make recommendations on an ongoing basis.

Qualifications Required:

  • A minimum of five years of experience interacting with multiple stakeholders in a program(s) in which the individual has worked; preparing reports, presentations, and documentation for use in communication with stakeholders; and identifying problems, proposing solutions, and suggesting improvements in processes.
  • At least two years of experience as part of or in addition to the five years in budget formulation and management; identification of financial trends, discrepancies, and problems requiring further evaluation and attention; and audit of invoices.

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