Position is on the research staff of LMI, a private, not-for-profit government consulting firm located in Tysons, Virginia that specializes in government consulting within a broad spectrum of public policy management. LMI is dedicated exclusively to advancing the management of the government. As a not-for-profit company, we deliver the best value for the government dollar as all revenues are directed to our mission of advancing government rather than to delivering shareholder value. We operate completely free of political and commercial bias, and we are entirely aligned with the goals of our clients. Our clients value our not-for-profit status and specialized services in logistics, intelligence, homeland security, health care, and energy and environment markets. We believe government can make a difference, and we seek talented, hardworking people who share that conviction.
The Logistics Business Capability Acquistion Cycle (BCAC)/Business Process Engineering (BPR) Architect will elicit/derive Army Logistics Domain business capability requirements in logistics functional areas including but not limited to additive manufacturing, nonstandard line item accounting, federal financial management improvement act (FFMIA) requirements for logistics systems and capabilities, and enterprise warehouse management. The Logistics BCAC/BPR Architect will work with logistics enterprise architects to translate capability requirements into fit-for-purpose DoDAF viewpoints and architecture products in support of business process reengineering (BPR) and information technology (IT) system acquisitions. The position requires at least 8-12 years of Army or DoD architecture experience. The following travel requirements apply: The ability to travel within the Washington, DC Metropolitan area (e.g., Ft. Belvoir, Crystal City, McLean, Pentagon), and periodic travel to and from New Cumberland, PA (frequency varies, but can range from once a week to once a month).
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