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    Steve Ressler

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    As part of OFPP’s focus on improving the Council and developing the acquisition workforce, please find information below on two opportunities. If you are aware of strong candidates for either a Senior Procurement Executive position (Department of Transportation) or a new position to support the Council, please share the below information. We will also be posting this information to so you may refer candidates to the CAOC site for this information.


    GSA, on behalf of the Chief Acquisition Officers Council, is seeking a candidate to serve as a Performance Improvement Analyst for the CAO Council. This position will:

    · Assist the CAO Council in identifying best practices across agencies, among councils, and in industry for pursuing efficiencies, risk reduction, and other efforts to improve Federal contracting;

    · Assist in the analysis of data and help identify best practices and private sector insight to improving government acquisition;

    · Serve as the program management focal point for cross-cutting teams;

    The announcement is open through Monday August 30, 2010 and information is available at


    The Department of Transportation is seeking candidates for the following position.

    Announcement number: OST-10-006-NG
    Position: Senior Procurement Executive
    Salary: $119,554.00 – $179,700.00 per year
    Organization: Department Of Transportation
    Duty station: Washington, DC
    Opening Date: July 29, 2010
    Closing Date: August 30, 2010

    The Senior Procurement Executive is responsible for ensuring that acquisition and grants management policies, practices and systems of the Department are in accordance with applicable laws, regulations and Departmental policies. Acquisition management includes acquisition planning, contract compliance, purchasing, small and disadvantaged business, and cross-serving of procurement actions. Grants management includes grantee activities such as applications, property management, and procurement procedures used by the Operating Administrations to manage their grants programs.

    The full announcement and application instructions are attached and can be found at

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