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Supervisory Procurement Analyst

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The Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division is hiring Supervisory Procurement Analysts (GS-1102-13 - $112,015 to $145,617 annually) in Ashburn, Virginia. To apply, visit (open to U.S. Citizens). This announcement closes on 11/27/2023.

The Office of Federal Lands Highway (FLH) was established to promote effective, efficient, and reliable administration for a coordinated program of federal public roads and bridges; to protect and enhance our Nation's natural resources; and to provide needed transportation access for Native Americans. Our primary purpose is to provide financial resources and transportation engineering assistance for public roads that service the transportation needs of Federal and Indian lands. The FLH provides these services in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and US Territories through our Headquarters, Eastern, Central, and Western Federal Lands Highway Division offices.


This position is in the Acquisitions and Contracts Branch of the Office of the Chief of Business Operations at the Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division (EFLHD) in Ashburn, Virginia. EFLHD provides transportation and engineering services to Federal agencies.

The selectee will serve as a Supervisory Procurement Analyst for acquisition activities within EFLHD, performing contracting officer duties and providing authoritative oversight for the quality of the Division's acquisitions process.


As a Supervisory Procurement Analyst, you will:

  • Maintain a supervisory role in the advertisement, award, and administration of each procurement through its various stages from cradle to grave.
  • Serve as a subject matter specialist for, and maintain expertise in, Federal Procurement Law, Federal and Departmental regulations, and good business practices in planning and performing the Division’s contracting processes. Assess the applicability and potential impact of proposed laws, regulations, policies, and procedures. Interpret and implement procurement policies, procedures, standards, and guidance for the formulation and administration of all contract types. Advise and consult regarding the settlement of contractor claims.
  • Conduct pre-award and post-award procurement functions; review the quality of DOT Federal Procurement Data system data and make recommendations for improvement; maintain a database reflecting Annual Procurement Plan and other necessary procurement data with respect to the Division.
  • Maintain proper working relationships and rapport with agencies, divisions, and other organizations involved in cooperative roles with FHWA and coordinate various contracting issues with other Federal, State, and local agencies. Prepare or participate in the preparation of various program status, summary, and accomplishment reports and respond to executive, legislative, and public inquiries relating to Division procurement activities.
  • Use effective negotiation techniques and skills in dealing with individuals or groups who have different negotiation objectives or other conflicting interests.

The ideal candidate is a mid-career professional with demonstrated federal, state, or local government acquisition experience as a Contracting Officer. This individual has a full range of experience in a variety of procurement methods; contract types; and formal advertisement, negotiation, and selection procedures using FAR Parts 13, 14, 15, 16, and/or 36; or comparable state or local government acquisition procedures and regulations.

The ideal candidate must possess strong oral and written communication skills and have excellent organizational and team leadership skills. DAWIA or FAC-C Level I or higher or FAC-C (Professional) designation is strongly preferred.


The EFLHD is relied upon by Federal Agencies and local governments to solve and manage unique challenges that are wide-ranging in environment, geography, and complexity, through engineering solutions that are sensitive to the context of the land. We are often confronted by unique terrain, work restrictions, and challenging deadlines. Whether it is building highly visible and political projects, constructing roads that are national landmarks, or providing critical access on low-volume transportation facilities, EFLHD is at the forefront of consistently delivering distinct and sound engineering projects throughout the eastern half of the United States (31 states), Puerto Rico, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

The EFLHD is in Ashburn, Virginia within Loudoun County just 30 miles northwest of Washington DC, near the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and just 7 miles from Dulles International Airport. Loudoun County boasts one of the top school systems in the country and provides a nice mix of commercial development and rural scenic farmland. Be a part of a dynamic, fast-paced office, and contribute to the future of transportation while enjoying the beauty and history of Virginia.