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Government Property Administrator

Responsibilities:
  • Manage government property in accordance with contract requirements, approved procedures, and government regulations.
  • Assist in the development and modification of processes and procedures.
  • Support property lifecycle from acquisition through receiving, tagging, utilization, maintenance, inventory, relief of stewardship, reporting, and contract closeout.
  • Create and maintain records for all property accountable to the contract in the government-approved property management system and maintain support documentation.
  • Ensure that all property transactions are properly authorized, tracked, and reported.
  • Ensure timely receipt, identification, documentation, maintenance, inventory, movement, and storage of property.
  • Responsible for managing, monitoring, and tracking government property based at all locations both on and offsite.
  • Manage Government property in the custody of Subcontractor(s).
  • Periodically performing, recording, and reporting on physical inventories.
  • Reconcile any discrepancies between the physical property and property records.
  • Participates in government property-related meetings.
  • Provides audit support and participates in property-related audits.
  • Conducts investigations and inquiries into government property management issues (i.e., Loss/Damage/Destruction of government property or vehicle accident reviews).
  • Coordinates with other functional departments as necessary.
  • Prepares or assists in the preparation of various reports.
  • Assisting with shipping functions including¬†packing, crating, preparation of shipment, and handling of services.
Skills/Experience Required:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or related field (in lieu of degree additional 4+ years of experience can be replaced)
  • 4+ years of directly related property administration work experience
  • Knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulations Part 52.245-1
  • Understanding of government contracts and the flow-down of applicable clauses and requirements
  • DFARS and other Agency Supplements, PIEE, and others (i.e., DCMA Guidebook for Government Contract Administration.)
  • Basic knowledge of contract types, contract terms, and contract legal requirements.
  • Willingness and ability to travel to perform property audits and conduct site visits when required.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability and willingness to work onsite.

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