$78,681 to $102,288 per year
The salary listed is the base salary for the GS-13. Please see “Additional Information” section for details.
- Develops new or innovative acquisition plans, source selection plans, and contract terms, conditions, or financial arrangements that serve as a model for future system acquisitions and/or the procurement of technical assistance and advisory services.
- Independently reviews contractors performance through site visits, correspondence, and telephone conversation for completion of applicable contract clauses e.g., small business, patent rights, labor laws, and progress reports.
- Monitors contractor activities through personal contact or review to ensure compliance with technical, financial, delivery, and other terms of the contract.
- Basic Requirements:
- Applicants must meet the following individual occupational requirements in order to be considered for the GS-1102-13, Contracting Series. You must possess a bachelor’s degree AND at least 24 semester hours of coursework in any combination of the following fields: accounting, business, finance, law, contracts, purchasing, economics, industrial management, marketing, quantitative methods, or organization and management. The 24 hours may be included in, or in addition to, coursework taken to complete the degree program.