Under general direction of team lead or CACI project manager, supports competitive source selection acquisitions to include use of source selection evaluation software; and provide procurement support services to assist government client. RESPONSIBILTIES: Primary Responsibility is to oversee the technical evaluation of source selection panel evaluation. Also to provide moderator and procurement support services to assist the local government, especially to expand the use of the source selection evaluation tool to all large scale (primarily) federally funded construction/AE projects and professional services efforts. €¢ Entering proposal data into automated source selection evaluation software. €¢ Provide the panel member with evaluation feedback indicating as to whether the comments are sufficient or supportable prior to the contract specialist or contracting officer conducting the consensus. €¢ During the consensus process the moderator will document all of the discussions/evaluations in source selection evaluation software. €¢ At the conclusion of each process the moderator will provide reports generated by source selection evaluation software that will serve as the documentation for debriefing and the basis of the COIA. Supporting responsibilities may include assisting management of contracts of all types, obtaining appropriate rate and technical review information to assist with assessment of contractor proposals. Performs cost, schedule and technical analysis of contractor performance on a wide variety of projects encompassing services, supplies, research and development and major integrated projects. Independently researches government directives and policies as well as applicable statutes to research issues in areas of responsibility. Prepares associated documentation including acquisition plans, source selection plans, test and evaluation master plans, requests for proposal, requests for grants and other transaction proposals and associated determinations and justifications required by statute or policy. Performs independent research on statutes and directives. Uses automated systems for contract writing and reporting. Understands acquisition cycle from basic research to production and test. Provides regular reporting to senior management on acquisition issues. May provide advice and guidance to less experienced analysts. Team culture: Consultants are self-starters that take ownership over individual assigned projects. The ability to work well on your own and in a team environment is a necessity. Customer service is paramount and consultants present a professional image at all times. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Typically requires bachelor's degree or equivalent, and two to four years of related (government acquisition) experience. Procurement/acquisition experience with construction and/or A&E projects desired. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required.