LMI

  • IDIQ Program Manager

    Job Locations US-VA-Tysons
    Posted Date 2 months ago(6/14/2018 10:58 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-2031
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Health
  • Overview

    We are looking for a highly skilled IDIQ Program Manager (PM) that is intimately familiar with the Department of Health and Human Services market, and specifically CMS to support a strategic IDIQ. LMI is a premier not-for-profit government consulting firm that specializes in providing acquisition, logistics, information technology, infrastructure, intelligence, human capital, and financial management consulting services. The PM is responsible for leading all aspects of the IDIQ, including but not limited to oversight of existing task orders (TO’s), quality and cost control, staffing TO’s, customer satisfaction and relationship management, business relationships with teaming partners and industry stakeholders, executive program reviews, and TO capture and proposal response support to successfully grow LMI’s footprint. The PM also coordinates with Business Development Leads and corporate support (Contracts, HR, Proposal Team, Pricing, and Facilities) for support on both existing TOs as well as new TO opportunities. Successful applicant will have the ability to create and execute strategies that lead to new business.

     

    In terms of Health market domain experience, the incumbent will place considerable emphasis on high quality technical and business planning activities; engagement with government, healthcare practice, and professional association leadership; and will maintain visibility across the health policy-making sector. The incumbent will maintain relationships with industry thought leaders in nonprofit, academic, commercial, and research environments.

    Responsibilities

    • Tracking IDIQ and TO level cost, schedule and performance, as well as prepare documents (requirements, acquisition and procurement) and develop policy, procedures and report status to all levels
    • Ensure all IDIQ requirements are met including quality of product and services, cost control, timeliness and business relations
    • Manage staffing requirements across TOs on the IDIQ
    • Ensure an adequate quality assurance program and process are in place and strictly adhered to for all products and services
    • Responsible for business relationships with all other stakeholders and partners
    • Prepare monthly cost reports and ensure such deliverables are submitted in a timely fashion and of high quality/accuracy. When appropriate, propose a plan to correct any cost variances or projected rate adjustments
    • Overall responsibility and management of the TO Plan
    • Coordinate planning and execution of acquisition decision events and reviews
    • Establish, coordinate, and maintain a detailed integrated master schedule for project activities and related dependencies that at the TO level may include documentation preparation, technical reviews, test events and deployment dates
    • Develop briefing templates and governance requirements for TOs
    • Prepare executive reports and presentations, including all documentation requirements. Track and review documents and guidance for improvement
    • Prepare briefing charts, scheduled meetings, kept records and record minutes, prepared after-action reports in support of PMRs, PSRs, technical reviews, and investment reviews
    • Responsible for managing all subcontractors engaged on the IDIQ
    • Manages and facilitates the integrated Change Control Board for continuous improvement on the IDIQ
    • Ensure program compliance with government policies and mandates, alignment with agency enterprise architecture, and adherence to directives from governing entities
    • Anticipates and resolves procurement challenges and problems, such as small business set aside goals, certification requirements, and acquisition strategy
    • Advise senior management in setting the strategic direction to ensure maximum benefit of IDIQ
    • Provide subject matter expertise on government agencies (e.g., CMS, CMMI, AHRQ) and healthcare industry programs, as well as other healthcare analytics and improvement initiatives

    Qualifications

    • Education: 15+ Years of experience and a Master’s degree (PhD is highly desired)
    • Experience managing a team of 20-30 FTE’s or more across multiple Task Orders is required
    • Required Certifications: Project Management Professional (“PMP”)
    • Ability to obtain a public trust clearance if necessary
    • Former Health (CMS) experience is highly desirable, along with prior CMS IDIQ management experience
    • Current knowledge and expertise related to government healthcare programs, initiatives, and strategies (e.g., MIPS, MACRA, ACA)
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Ability to communicate well with leadership, peers, and staff at all levels to facilitate excellent teamwork
    • Proven experience in pursuing and capturing new federal business, including building and leveraging relationships, developing effective teaming and win strategies, and writing winning proposals
    • Experience or training in structured capture management and proposal development techniques (e.g., LCG, Shipley or SM&A) is a plus
    • Requires a broad knowledge of large scale Program Management with emphasis on cost and schedule management and multiple contract types; Firm Fixed Price (FFP), Fixed Price Incentive (FPI), Fixed Price Level of Effort (FPLOE), Time and Materials (T&M), Cost Plus Award Fee (CPAF), Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF).

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