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FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD 
Contract Initiation Date: June 10, 2019 – Present
Contract Dollar Amount: $14,344
Contract:  201800576

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Data Analyst-  Use the public websites of the Federal Reserve, the FDIC, and the OCCC to locate specific data within reports and then record the data in specific pre-determined locations on a spreadsheet. Provide data extraction by obtaining valuable information from reports and inputting the data into a spreadsheet. Required skills: clerical, intermediate Excel, intermediate Internet search capabilities, PDF search & navigation, able to categorize information by topic. Must be very organized and methodical.  Data Extraction experience; excellent verbal and written communication skills.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Contract Initiation Date: June 4, 2019 – Present
Contract Dollar Amount: $34,320

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Payroll & Benefits Assistant  – The candidates will provide data entry support of the tremendous amount of paperwork that will be received during transition. The various paperwork which includes New Hire, Salary Adjustments, Student Loans, and Terminations will be entered into the Lawson Payroll system. The candidates will also provide filing and other office support along with researching and providing assistance to our permanent staff. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, processing daily paperwork for entry into Lawson related to the regular and off-cycle payroll processing. The position does not have supervisory responsibilities. Review all paperwork received into the Operations section. Process monthly Student Loan paperwork to be entered into Lawson. Update name, address, and W4 tax changes in Lawson. Setup new Health insurance and life insurance deductions for staff. Process all types of Personnel Actions (New Hire, Terminations, Salary Adjustments, etc) into Lawson. Work closely with the Payroll counseling staff to resolve paperwork issues. Research and resolve payroll issues after the payroll is completed. Provide sorting and filing of the high volume paperwork received in the Office of Payroll and Benefits. Process a high volume of call activity and influx of documentation.

OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL 
Contract Initiation Date: June 3, 2019 – Present
Contract Dollar Amount: $71,980

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Paralegal I – The Paralegal shares responsibility within the CRD for the full range of case processing work and legal correspondence, serves as an assistant to the Case Review Specialists, and provides direct support to complainants and whistleblowers, prospective complainants and whistleblowers, and external stakeholders on procedural and legal issues related to OSC’s intake procedures. Managing an automated docketing and case tracking system for PPP complaints and disclosure cases that are filed with the OSC.  Whenever appropriate, incumbent contacts the complainant or whistleblower to obtain additional information to clarify the basis for the complaint or disclosure and, if warranted, to resolve jurisdictional ambiguities.  The discussions with the complainant/whistleblower are also used to elicit supplemental information necessary to ensure that the case is forwarded to the appropriate unit.  Incumbent independently decides whether communication with the complainant or whistleblower is necessary at this stage and, if so, what information needs to be elicited.

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD 
Contract Initiation Date: May 20, 2019 – Present
Contract Dollar Amount: $29,400

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Senior Administrator – Sharp Senior Administrator needed for tasks usually associated with a senior administrator and/or junior analysts.  Will need someone who can hit the ground running. We are looking for someone with excellent organizational, coordination and communication skills.  Must be detail and team-oriented; can juggle conflicting priorities while maintaining a pleasant and professional demeanor.  This individual should have a high proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Outlook calendars.  This person should also be adept at learning new software such as E2 Solutions Travel and the Board’s Visitor Registration System. This person will be responsible for assisting other analysts to compile documentation; and create tables/charts for conference calls and face-to-face meetings.  Prior experience working in electronic government travel systems is a plus. Excellent customer service skills, proofreading/editing experience, project management experience, high-level planning/scheduling/organizational skills, records management experience, excellent communication skills

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Contract Initiation Date: May 13, 2019 – Present
Contract: 19SC000973

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Secretary III:  Prepare internal memos, reports and concurrence packages which include Charge Letters, Project Review Memos and Final Project reports. Format and track correspondence. Maintain and utilize office filing system to permit access and retrieval of required information. Arrange travel logistics (i.e., airline reservations, lodging, rental car, etc.) for domestic and foreign travel for the HEP Division Directors. Prepare travel authorizations and vouchers using an automated travel system. Ensures international travel documents are completed including requests for Visa’s, Passports, and international IT equipment. Completes HEP Office Visit Checklist prior to meetings. Work with Office staff to arrange logistics for visitors. Coordinate televideo and ZOOM meetings with outside participants. Answer phones.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: April 17, 2019 – Present
Contract Dollar Amount: $33,132

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Finance Director –  The Finance Office is responsible for management and control of the Museum’s financial resources, and includes budget, accounting, payroll, travel, procurement, investments, financial reporting and management reporting for both federal (appropriated) and donated/private (non-appropriated) funds. The Finance Officer serves as the primary interface between the Museum’s offices and the financial and administrative functions. The Finance Officer is the control point for spending, and the primary resource for the Museum’s Office Heads and the Chief Financial Officer to ensure that resources are directed to accomplishing strategic and business objectives in full compliance with Museum policies and procedures. Functions include budget formulation/execution, procurement/contracting, payment initiation/completion, human resources, and oversight/training of the finance related functions performed by administrative staff. The Finance Officer is a business partner to the leadership of the Museum’s offices, usually located with those offices and attend staff meetings of the assigned offices.

UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM
Contract Initiation Date: April 10, 2019 – Present
Contract Dollar Amount: $34,560

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Finance Director – The Finance Office is responsible for management and control of the Museum’s financial resources, and includes budget, accounting, payroll, travel, procurement, investments, financial reporting and management reporting for both federal (appropriated) and donated/private (non-appropriated) funds. The Finance Officer serves as the primary interface between the Museum’s offices and the financial and administrative functions. The Finance Officer is the control point for spending, and the primary resource for the Museum’s Office Heads and the Chief Financial Officer to ensure that resources are directed to accomplishing strategic and business objectives in full compliance with Museum policies and procedures. Functions include budget formulation/execution, procurement/contracting, payment initiation/completion, human resources, and oversight/training of the finance related functions performed by administrative staff. The Finance Officer is a business partner to the leadership of the Museum’s offices, usually located with those offices and attend staff meetings of the assigned offices.

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD 
Contract Initiation Date: March 25, 2019 – Present
Contract Dollar Amount: $63,500

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Executive Assistant – Provide administrative support to the Administration section and the Division.  Assist Management Analysts in escorting new hires and visitors to and from Board destinations, maintain office supplies, process travel requests/authorizations (E2 Solutions) for staff and visitors to the agency.  Create (if necessary), maintain and update various spreadsheets.  Required skills – customer service, planning/scheduling, clerical. Some Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook skills, e-mail and customer service etiquette is a must. Answering telephones, problem solving and interpersonal communication skills and some initiative skills are required.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: March 18, 2019 – May 17, 2019
Contract Dollar Amount: $12,650

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Paralegal I: Assisting attorneys in preparing for key tasks and events, assisting with mailings, and maintaining and updating correspondence logs. • Performing a variety of legal research and drafting legal memoranda and other documents. Assisting with preparations for meetings, briefings, hearings, and depositions. Monitoring electronic dockets (e.g. PACER) for active cases.  Tracking various deadlines and updating task lists and calendars.  Receiving and reviewing incoming ethics requests and routing as appropriate. Archiving OGC legal files. Performing other duties as assigned based upon the needs of OGC attorneys.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: March 12, 2019 – Present
Contract Dollar Amount: $45,286

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Accounting Clerk III – Perform repetitive data entry to include processing of invoices for payment. Perform data entry combined with analysis of purchase orders to resolve payment issues pertaining to incorrect accounting codes, unavailable balances and other related payment issues. Perform periodic data entry combined with average analysis of financial statement line items. Contact SI unit representatives to resolve payment issues and returns of cash deposits and other related A/R issues. Respond to vendor and unit inquiries regarding outstanding payments and other help desk related questions. Facilitate scanning, filling, and indexing of daily data entry activity. Provide support validating the accuracy of the daily data entry as well as conduct any required research to resolve any issues. Process the voucher in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for payments. Provide management with a list of problem vouchers. Provide invoice data to management for the annual audit.

OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL 
Contract Initiation Date: February 11, 2019 – May 24, 2019
Contract Dollar Amount: $95,200

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Network Engineer – Identify, troubleshoot, solve, and document network performance issues to include managing network hardware such as Cisco routers and switches. Manage network security tools, e.g., firewall, anti-virus and intrusion detection systems. Monitor network performance and optimize the network for optimal speed and availability. Manage group policies and ADFS. Work with vendor software engineers to correct problems and enhance performance. Implement and maintain backups, antivirus status, shared storage space and network activity, adjusting network equipment and settings as needed. Preferred software experience: Microsoft O365 and Azure, Cisco Routers and Switches, Palo Alto Firewall and VLAN configuration.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Contract Initiation Date: February 11, 2019
Contract Dollar Amount: $122,988

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
FOIA Specialist – The Contractor Employee will be responsible for the daily monitor the OPR FOIA mail to review and log incoming requests, as well as to assign a FOIA tracking number. Processing OPR’s backlogged FOIA cases. Examine and evaluate requests for FOIA/PA information, conduct database searches, research relevant laws, regulations, and precedents to determine if OPR documents or portions of them can be released. Consolidate information and materials from various sources in order to meet established deadlines— consult with other Department Offices and federal agencies, as well as compile and record data for OPR’s FOIA/PA reports. The Contractor Employee will prepare written documents for an OPR Attorney’s review. The Contractor Employee will provide FOIA litigation support by assembling, summarizing, and compiling substantive information and other legal reference material. The Contractor Employee will copy, scan, organize, and electronically store the documents processed in accordance with OPR’s FOIA/PA processing procedures.

METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENT
Contract Initiation Date: January 2, 2019
Contract Dollar Amount: $25,000

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Event Planner – Event planning experience, preferably in symposium or conference planning; Material and product design (e.g., brochures, handouts); Logistics, printing, and administrative duties as needed; Catering coordination and ordering; Travel booking and other travel-related logistics experience; Extreme proficiency in Microsoft Office products; and Other duties related to symposium planning as assigned.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: December 19, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $75,820

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Accounting Clerk III – Perform repetitive data entry to include processing of invoices for payment. Perform data entry combined with analysis of purchase orders to resolve payment issues pertaining to incorrect accounting codes, unavailable balances and other related payment issues. Perform periodic data entry combined with average analysis of financial statement line items. Contact SI unit representatives to resolve payment issues and returns of cash deposits and other related A/R issues. Respond to vendor and unit inquiries regarding outstanding payments and other help desk related questions. Facilitate scanning, filling, and indexing of daily data entry activity. Provide support validating the accuracy of the daily data entry as well as conduct any required research to resolve any issues. Process the voucher in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for payments. Provide management with a list of problem vouchers. Provide invoice data to management for the annual audit.

OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL
Contract Initiation Date: December 10, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $80,640

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Budget/Procurement Analyst – Assisting with the execution of Travel documents in the Travel System. Preparing Interagency Agreements (7600A/B forms, MOU’s, IAA’s). Creation and adjustment of obligation in the financial system. Preparation of procurement packages for Contracting Governmental Charge Card purchasing. Budget analysis and Cost reporting. Running of reports from the financial system. Assists with the formulation, justification and presentation of the budget. Supports special projects that the agency is conducting. Attention to detail, organization, oral and verbal communications, applies professionalism in all work activities.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: December 10, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $69,600

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Systems Technician – Identify database requirements by speaking with NMAI staff, analyzing their related data, manipulating data, and importing approved data using Ungerboeck’s Event Business Management System. (EBMS). Read documents, verify data and enter information into records and databases. Perform database clean-up such as identifying, matching and resolving duplicate records across various systems; updating records with the correct information; preparing data (such as organizing and cleaning data in an Excel chart) for imports into other systems; and preparing data to be archived. Prepare documentation such as for system set-ups, technical review board oversight, system issues and users concerns. Update documentation for and modifying HTML, CSS, Java scripts, etc., as necessary; e.g., to update date validation code for online applications, for Sharepoint websites, etc. Prepare lists for postal and/or email mailings based on information provided by staff including staff outside of IT (such as prep work for an email “blast” regarding a symposium, educational workshops/programs, etc.). Write reports to extract and format system data using reporting tools such as Crystal reports.

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH REVIEW COMMISSION
Contract Initiation Date: November 27, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $43,475

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
(2) Paralegal I – The Paralegal/Legal Assistant performs a variety of legal assistance duties in an office providing legal assistance to attorneys or litigation teams. Assist in routine docketing of case files and processing of routine related correspondence. The Paralegal Assistant analyzes the legal impact of legislative developments and dministrative and judicial decisions, opinions, determinations, and rulings, conducts research for the preparation of legal opinions on matters of interest; performs substantive legal analysis of requests for information under the provisions of various acts; or other similar legal support functions which require discretion and independent judgment in the application of specialized knowledge of laws, precedent decisions, regulations, agency policies, and judicial or administrative proceedings.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Contract Initiation Date: November 13, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $ 80,121

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Public Affairs Specialist – The Public Affairs Specialist must possess the following qualifications and background: Participates in planning, coordinating, writing, and editing news releases for publication in print, television, radio, and Internet media. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with law enforcement partners, media members, and those interested in or affected by USAO priorities, programs and policies. Assists the Director of Communications in coordinating and participating in selected media events, including media interviews, media roundtables, and press conferences on cases of concern to the public. Assists with oversight and maintenance of social media components. Develops written communications materials that convey information concerning a range of subjects related to USAO programs, cases, and priorities. Performs other related duties as assigned. Strong writer with excellent attention to detail and ability to deliver high-quality work under extreme pressure in a deadline-driven, fast-paced environment. Professional, positive, and mature attitude, with a demonstrated ability to work effectively both independently and in a team environment. Includes strong oral and written communication skills. Proficient with Microsoft Office and various social media websites such as Twitter.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: November 6, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $14,966

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Secretary I – Academic Appointment Support: process paperwork to enroll vendors/stipend recipients in SI’s accounting system, create purchase orders to obligate stipend funds, create payment schedules for submission to the accounting office, assist fellows with enrolling in SI health insurance, research/respond to stipend payment inquiries. Administrative Support: serve as OFI timekeeper, prepare travel authorizations/vouchers for OFI staff, provide office coverage, and assist callers/visitors. Funds Management: reconcile OFI funds resolving discrepancies, process incoming revenue. Procurement: serve as purchase card holder for OFI, maintain log of all purchases and verify charges in SI accounting system, ensure non-stipend vendors are enrolled in SAM system and have valid DUNS number, serve as accountable property officer and maintain accurate records for location of property. Knowledge of automated systems and office functions, interpersonal skills, and the ability to work in a fast paced environment.

CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE
Contract Initiation Date: November 6, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $22,740

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
(2) Accounting Clerk III – Experience with Microsoft Office; Experience with Excel highly preferred. Property Accountability Validation and Walkthrough (i.e., conduct physical inventory of equipment and furniture, and update inventory records). Accounts Payable (e.g., process invoices for payment using financial system). Development of Standard Operating Procedures. Ability to review/analyze budget execution data. Ability to review/analyze other financial data (e.g., Library Subscription Plan) for funds validation/verification.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: October 9, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $41,730

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Secretary III – The individual will assist with a full range of advancement functions including scheduling, managing calendars, travel and logistics planning, meeting coordination, procurement and reimbursement requests, database entry, spreadsheet creation, answering phones, filing, drafting documents and presentations, and assisting with donor events and meetings. Administrative Support: Travel planning, expense vouchers, logistics of donor visits, on and off-site, on-site execution, and follow-up tasks. Data Entry, Reports and Correspondence: Enters activity data into pan-SI Advancement database, develops reports on status of contacts, solicitations and proposals. Prepares briefings, stewardship plans, letters, and other correspondence. Event Planning: Assists with planning and execution of cultivation and stewardship events. Donor Information/Relations: Assists in the development of collateral, marketing materials, and proposals. Gift Processing: Compiles, tracks, and administers gift-related documentation; provides backup support to gift processing staff. Keeps current on all Smithsonian advancement, travel, and other relevant policies and best practices.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Contract Initiation Date: October 9, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $78,720

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Secretary III – Under guidance of a full-time employee, contractor shall perform the full range of administrative coordination activities providing extensive direct customer service to individuals for the Wash CRM II Section. Perform general administrative duties, including but not limited to: documents, writing letters/announcements, filing, faxing, scanning, photocopying, etc. Respond to employee inquiries and/or refer employees to the appropriate individuals/departments across the organization in a timely manner. Provide the highest level of customer service to various internal/external stakeholders, including members of the judiciary, federal agencies, local agencies and other government organizations. Maintains critical professional office decorum; ensures the work environment reflects a professional appearance. Develop and maintain spreadsheets in support of administrative requirements such as visitor, office supply sheets and telephone logs. Provide critical administrative support functions such as conference and travel scheduling, ordering and maintaining supplies, setting up audio/visual aids for the Office of the Wash CRM II units are requested. Produce a variety of correspondence and maintains critical files and records; draft replies for various communications.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Contract Initiation Date: October 1, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $34,320

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Payroll & Benefits Assistant – The candidates will provide data entry support of the tremendous amount of paperwork that will be received during transition. The various paperwork which includes New Hire, Salary Adjustments, Student Loans, and Terminations will be entered into the Lawson Payroll system. The candidates will also provide filing and other office support along with researching and providing assistance to our permanent staff. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, processing daily paperwork for entry into Lawson related to the regular and off-cycle payroll processing. The position does not have supervisory responsibilities. Review all paperwork received into the Operations section. Process monthly Student Loan paperwork to be entered into Lawson. Update name, address, and W4 tax changes in Lawson. Setup new Health insurance and life insurance deductions for staff. Process all types of Personnel Actions (New Hire, Terminations, Salary Adjustments, etc) into Lawson. Work closely with the Payroll counseling staff to resolve paperwork issues. Research and resolve payroll issues after the payroll is completed. Provide sorting and filing of the high volume paperwork received in the Office of Payroll and Benefits. Process a high volume of call activity and influx of documentation.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Contract Initiation Date: September 26, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $40,320

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Paralegal/Legal Assistant II – Reviews case materials to become familiar with questions under consideration; Searches for and summarizes relevant articles in trade magazines, law reviews, published studies, financial reports, and similar materials for use of attorneys in the preparation of opinions, briefs, and other legal documents; Prepares digests of selected decisions or opinions which incorporate legal references and analyses of precedents involved in areas of well-defined and settled points of law; Interviews potential witnesses and prepares summary interview reports for the attorney’s review; Participates in pre-trial witness conferences, notes possible deficiencies in case materials (e.g., missing documents, conflicting statements) and additional issues or other questionable matters, and requests further investigation by other agency personnel to correct possible deficiencies or personally conducts limited investigations at the pre-trial stage; Prepares and organizes trial exhibits, as required, such as statistical charts and photographic exhibits; Verifies citations and legal references on prepared legal documents; Prepares summaries of testimony and depositions; Drafts and edits non-legal memoranda, research reports and correspondence relating to cases.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: September 4, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $4,561

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Gift Registrar Admin – Efficient, detail oriented administrative/data entry professional to assist with the gift entry process in the Office of Gift Registration. Looking up, updating and creating donor entity records in the Ellucian Advance database. Creating gift entry batch file. Helping to monitor an office email account. Copying, scanning, filing and other administrative tasks as assigned.

DC DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Contract Initiation Date: September 5, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $72,254

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
AA/Secretary – Provide overall administrative support for the implementation of the Limited Equity Cooperative Task Force; Coordinate scheduling and preparation of task force members for meetings; Coordinate with the chair the preparation of meeting materials; Send meeting materials as required by Open Meetings Act; Help synthesize recommendations for draft report; and support the writing of the final report.

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Contract Initiation Date: August 20, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $46,737

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Secretary III – Manage the daily schedule of the AD which will include interaction with high-level DOE federal and laboratory senior management, and international partners (i.e., CERN, INFN, Embassy Officials). Coordinate tele video and ZOOM meeting with outside participants. Arrange travel logistics (i.e., airline reservations, lodging, rental car, etc.) for domestic and foreign travel for the AD and Division Directors. Prepare travel authorizations and vouchers for the AD and Division Directors using an automated travel system. Ensures international travel documents are completed including requests for Visa’s, Passports, and international IT equipment. Completes HEP Office Visit Checklist prior to meetings with the AD. Work with Office staff to arrange logistics for visitors. Answer phones. Format correspondence. Prepare internal memos, reports and concurrence packages for AD/DD’s. Track correspondence. Maintain and utilize office filing system to permit access and retrieval of required information. Complete the WAG form for AD attendance at international ceremonies. Complete the Pre-Departure and Post-Foreign Travel Questionnaire for AD. Escort visitors. The software to be used will be the Microsoft Office applications, MS Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet Explorer and Travel Software.

DC DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Contract Initiation Date: August 2, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $142,272

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Community Development Resource Specialist – Participating in the strategic planning, processing and coordinating of outreach information. Analyzes the offices plans to determine the impact on the community development activities. Develops strategic goals and priorities in conjunction with strategists and Legislative Specialists. Responsible for attending all Congressional hearings regarding housing and economic development activities, programs, initiatives, directives, etc. Provides detailed information to the agency and senior staff on Congressional hearings, Federal Government directives, and will help make recommendation based upon info provided. Schedules and attends briefings meetings with DC Council members. Serves as liaison between agency, Office of Special Council of DC and other executive agencies. Comprehensive knowledge of the DC programs, mission goals and objectives. Previous experience with office support, coordination and company collaboration.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: July 3, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $43,816

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Secretary III – Coordinate and keep abreast of ongoing office administrative and management activities and the status of various projects. Provide current priorities and information to the Director and all subordinate offices and provide status information back to the office. Maintains control over the daily and long-range calendar by making appointments and arranging meetings with authority for commitment of time. Reschedules appointments when unforeseen incidents or emergencies occur. Provide Director with brief summary about persons to be seen and the nature of their business. Receives and screens visitors and phone calls and takes action, resolving problems with establish policy. Determine nature of request, refer callers or visitors to staff if appropriate, or personally provides routine or procedural information. Conduct research, collect and analyze data to prepare reports and documents at the Director’s request. Receive and read incoming mail, makes appropriate annotations and gather needed, relevant materials as necessary. Review and identify correspondence prior to submission to the Director for signature to assure it is prepared in accordance with applicable regulations and policies. Initiate and coordinate the OHR senior staff and all-staff meetings, preparing agendas for both meetings in conjunction with the Director. File, retrieve and dispose of materials/files at the direction of the Director and in accordance with office procedures.

DC DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Contract Initiation Date: June 13, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $35,360

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Paralegal III – This position analyzes unusual, sensitive, controversial, and complex issues associated with residential property conversion and sale, including application reviews, retaliatory actions, disputed timeframes, violations of the Conversion Act and the Condominium Act, and recommendations as to whether complaints are substantive. Coordinates complex projects and programs which facilitate and/or monitor conversion processes and condominium or corporative registration. Reviews and researches governing laws, regulations, policies and procedures to identify any significant barriers related to attaining compliance with property conversion processes. Utilizes a wide variety of fact-finding techniques to identify acceptable alternative processes. Develops specific recommendations modifying, consolidating, standardizing and otherwise improving rental property conversion processes.

DC DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Contract Initiation Date: May 7, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $11,200

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Construction Analyst – The incumbent in this position serves as a Construction Analyst responsible for performing technical work requiring the application of a practical knowledge of both architectural design and construction practices for housing; and work involving assignments such as the examination of drawings and specifications for compliance with standards and verification that construction complies with these standards; the estimation of costs of construction, extension, alteration, remodeling, or repair of housing; and the collection, analysis, and development of basic cost information on housing construction.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: April 23, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $37,910

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Accounting Clerk III – Perform repetitive data entry to include processing of invoices for payment. Perform data entry combined with analysis of purchase orders to resolve payment issues pertaining to incorrect accounting codes, unavailable balances and other related payment issues. Perform periodic data entry combined with average analysis of financial statement line items. Contact SI unit representatives to resolve payment issues and returns of cash deposits and other related A/R issues. Respond to vendor and unit inquiries regarding outstanding payments and other help desk related questions. Facilitate scanning, filling, and indexing of daily data entry activity. Provide support validating the accuracy of the daily data entry as well as conduct any required research to resolve any issues. Process the voucher in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for payments. Provide management with a list of problem vouchers. Provide invoice data to management for the annual audit.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: April 5, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $32,674

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Risk Management/General Clerk III – Support the management of the Fine Arts Insurance Register (FAIRS) which includes the coordination and input of data provided by the various Smithsonian units. Prints monthly reports from FAIRS by the 3rd of the month. Issues, as required, certificate of insurance for fine arts. Calculates charges, based upon established rates, for coverage on objects being lent to outside organizations. Prepares and issue bills both internally and externally. Tracks and follows-up on delinquent payments, process credit card payments and prepares paperwork as required. Provide general administration support to include photocopying, collating, re-running copies after updates to financial schedules, etc. Update table of contents and re-index documents, as necessary. Organize filing cabinets, prepare new folders with labels as needed. Support for work with various committees/meetings, minutes, correspondence, workshops, presentations. Assist in the review of potential claims. Assist with internal inquiries.

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH REVIEW COMMISSION
Contract Initiation Date: April 2, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $22,123

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Secretary II – Under the direction of the Executive Secretary, candidate will receive and catalog physical and electronic correspondence. Enter items of correspondence into an electronic database. Receive and direct telephone correspondence. Prepare outgoing correspondence of a recurring nature.

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Contract Initiation Date: April 2, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $23,296

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Secretary II – The duties required for the position are as follows: provide administrative support services to the Associate Director (AD) and technical staff, such as answer phones, travel arrangement, prepare authorizations/vouchers, prepare correspondence, prepare charge letters, project review memos, final project reports, maintain and utilize office filing system, coordinate televideo and ZOOM meetings, administrative support to the AD and technical staff members with the Office and other duties as assigned.

OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL
Contract Initiation Date: March 20, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $27,000

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
File Clerk – Complete organization of cases in brown folders and boxes. Entering case file “received” codes into case management system. Annotate the closure date on the outside of each file he or she codes. Annotate closure dates on files that are already coded and shelved and awaiting re-riling or that are awaiting filing. Place recently closed matters onto appropriate shelves and storage areas. Record cases filed into a tracking sheet or electronic system. Generate a case file list for individual boxes in accessions. Perform other data entry and related file room organizational tasks. Candidate must have attention to detail, organization, oral and verbal communications, applies professionalism in all work activities. Must be capable to lift file boxes.

OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL
Contract Initiation Date: February 12, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $83,200

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
IT/Help Desk – Respond to requests for technical assistance in person, via phone, electronically. Diagnose and resolve technical hardware and software issues. Research questions using available information resources. Advise user on appropriate action. Follow standard help desk procedures. Log all help desk interactions. Administer help desk software. Redirect problems to appropriate resource. Identify and escalate situations requiring urgent attention. Track and route problems and requests and document resolutions. Prepare activity reports. OSC has a Microsoft environment, so Microsoft certifications are preferred. Candidate should be familiar with VOIP phone system, along with Skype for business.

DC DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Contract Initiation Date: February 5, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $72,800

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Senior Attorney – Negotiate and structure legal instruments for affordable housing projects. Manage loan closings for affordable housing financing transactions. Provide legal advice related to the statutes, regulations and policy guidance governing the various federal and District housing and community development programs, and funding sources e.g. Community Development Block Grant Program, HOME Investment Partnerships Program, Housing Production Trust Fund, Department of Behavioral Health, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, tax-exempt bonds, permanent supportive housing; Provide legal advice to program managers in connection with distressed projects and non-performing loans; Negotiate and draft legal documents that implement workout strategy; Analyze property title issues; and Negotiate and prepare legal instruments for acquisition, disposition and sale of District-owned properties. Candidate will have a minimum of 5 years’ experience handling complex real estate finance transactions. Must be licensed in any state and in good standing.

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS
Contract Initiation Date: January 31, 2018
Contract Dollar Amount: $35,751

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Accounting Clerk III – Assist in entering large volumes of invoices to vendors, panelists, grantees, employees who file for reimbursements, and other documents using primarily Oracle accounting applications. This function of invoicing includes entering data of credit card payments into Oracle Financial Systems and performing reclasses of invoice payments. Assist in performing obligations and de-obligations of funds, such as additional travel expenses per instructions from the Budget Office. Provide research on canceled payments and data reconciliation when new cycle of financial audit starts in Q2 FY2018.

SMITHSONIAN 
Contract Initiation Date: December 11, 2017
Contract Dollar Amount: $14,894

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
General Clerk  II – Academic Appointment Support: process paperwork to enroll vendors/stipend recipients in SI’s accounting system, create purchase orders to obligate stipend funds, create payment schedules for submission to the accounting office, assist fellows with enrolling in SI health insurance, research/respond to stipend payment inquiries. Administrative Support: serve as OFI timekeeper, prepare travel authorizations/vouchers for OFI staff, provide office coverage, and assist callers/visitors. Funds Management: reconcile OFI funds resolving discrepancies, process incoming revenue. Procurement: serve as purchase card holder for OFI, maintain log of all purchases and verify charges in SI accounting system, ensure non-stipend vendors are enrolled in SAM system and have valid DUNS number, serve as accountable property officer and maintain accurate records for location of property. Knowledge of automated systems and office functions, interpersonal skills, and the ability to work in a fast paced environment.

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  
Contract Initiation Date: November 27, 2017
Contract Dollar Amount: $32,640

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Facilities Manager – Coordinate and monitor facility repair and renovation projects; Receive and process facility maintenance requests; Enter and monitor Work Orders in the NetFacilities system. Close out Work Orders once satisfactory completion verified; Schedule and follow up on preventative maintenance services; Conduct and document facility inspections and provide recommendations for repairs; Obtain quotes from vendors and suppliers; Direct vendor to provide needed services and review work for quality and completion; Manage and review service contracts to ensure facility management needs are being met; Verify invoices match Work Order estimates and contract prices; Develop planned maintenance schedule and budget for balance of fiscal year; Provide advice on energy efficiency; Respond to facility and equipment alarms and system failures.

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY  
Contract Initiation Date: October 16, 2017
Contract Dollar Amount: $17,873

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Secretary I – The duties required for the position are as follows:  provide administrative support services such as answer phones, prepare charge letters, project review memos, final project reports, format correspondence, maintain and utilize office filing system, and coordinate televideo and ZOOM meetings with outside participants. The software to be used will be the Microsoft Office applications, Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, and Internet Explorer.

SMITHSONIAN 
Contract Initiation Date: October 16, 2017
Contact Dollar Amount: $20,466

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Secretary II – Performs a variety of administrative duties associated with the management of the office of the Director and Deputy Director including, but not limited to: screening of phone and in person inquiries, scheduling meetings and making travel arrangements, correspondence control, donor stewardship, Board of Trustees communications and database management. Prepares room for meetings and ensures that refreshments are provided (makes arrangements for food/beverages as needed).  Responds on Director’s and Deputy Director’s behalf to invitations, requests for information, and other inquiries (both internal and external), obtaining information from various AAA staff as needed, or notifying appropriate staff of need for information or recommendations.  Maintains calendar for the Director and Deputy Director by scheduling appointments, coordinating meetings and /or scheduling conferences.  Receives all materials coming into and going out of the Director’s and Deputy Director’s office. Drafts and types non-technical correspondence and memoranda, and other materials.  Ensures all materials prepared for Director’s and Deputy Director’s authorization are properly formatted with correct spelling, punctuation and grammar. Serves as point of contact for AAA Board of Trustees members, responding to inquiries and requests; incumbent serves as the “face” of the Director’s office when the Director is not available, maintaining discretion and confidentiality.  Experience in performing the following duties:  interacting with a variety of individuals internal and external to an organization; planning and organizing multiple projects; and producing documents using computer applications such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases such as Microsoft Office Suite and email.

DC HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY 
Contract Initiation Date: September  25, 2017
Contract Dollar Amount: $32,000

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Receptionist – Answers telephone and direct the caller to the appropriate associate. Will transfer a caller to an associate’s voice mailbox when the associate is unavailable. Greets and directs visitors to the company. Will take and retrieve messages for various personnel. Provides callers with information such as company address, directions to the company location, company fax numbers, company website, and other related information. Greet Agency guests in a pleasant, professional, and courteous manner. Inform staff of visitors/appointments in a timely manner. Receive and log all in-coming and out-going courier packages. Prepare mailing of general information to individuals requesting single-family loan information. Take messages for employees as needed. Monitor security video and allow entry to the Agency building for guests.

THE KENNEDY CENTER
Contract Initiation Date: June 30, 2017
Contract Dollar Amount: $32,985

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Human Resources Specialist – Recruitment actions to file vacancies. Documentation for new and/or retiring personnel. Documentation for promotions, step-increases, incentive awards and other personnel actions. Performance Appraisals and Individual Development Plans. Responding to issues and questions concerning Federal employee benefit programs.  The EEO and grievance process for Federal employees. Monitoring changes in Federal personnel law and regulations and keeping the Director of HR, supervisors of Federal employees and Federal employees informed.

SMITHSONIAN
Contract Initiation Date: June 5, 2017
Contract Dollar Amount: $10,206

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Program Assistant/General Clerk II – The ideal candidate might have a degree in biology, anthropology, sociology, art history or history or related field.  Some experience in an office setting. High level of attention to detail. Produce high-quality results in a timely manner.  Handle complex situations diplomatically. Strong verbal and written communications skills. MS Access or other database work.

SMITHSONIAN
Contract Initiation Date: March 30, 2017
Contract Dollar Amount: $9,005

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Secretary II – Performs a variety of administrative duties associated with the management of the office of the Director and Deputy Director including, but not limited to: screening of phone and in person inquiries, scheduling meetings and making travel arrangements, correspondence control, donor stewardship, Board of Trustees communications and database management, prepares room for meetings, responds on Director’s and Deputy Director’s behalf to invitations, requests for information, maintains calendar, drafts and types non-technical correspondence and memoranda, and other materials and receives all materials coming into and going out of the Director’s and Deputy Director’s office.

MARYLAND NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK AND PLANNING
Contract Initiation Date: February 27, 2017

Contract Dollar Amount: $33,252

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Secretary – Secretary needed to support the General Counsel with general secretarial work; litigation experience a plus. Administrative duties, answer and screen phone calls, filing and other assignments as assigned.

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, NATIONAL MALL AND MEMORIAL PARKS

Contract Initiation Date: February 14, 2017
Contract Dollar Amount: $13,000

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Administrative Support/General Clerk II – Answering and screening of phone calls to the superintendent and deputy superintendent offices, as well as the park’s main phone number. Greet and direct visitors. Process incoming and outgoing correspondence, reviewing for consistency, formatting, and other requirements as determined by the supervisor.  Respond to requests for information re: office procedures. Determine the appropriate person to handle requests. Manage the calendars for the superintendent and deputy superintendent, scheduling conferences, meetings, etc.  May attend meetings and record and report on the proceedings. Gathers and coordinates materials and information for meetings.  Manage travel arrangements as needed. Other assignments, with guidance from the supervisor. Inventory and manage office supplies. Process incoming and outgoing mail as well as internal mail distribution. Highly functional with Microsoft software products: Word, Excel, Power Point, etc.

SMITHSONIAN
Contract Initiation Date: January 23, 2016
Contract Dollar Amount: $15,876

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Administrative Support/General Clerk II – Prepare and process contracts (academic award packages). Professional correspondence with students and/or institutions of higher learning. Database work. Strong communication skills (sometimes explaining complex ideas) 1:1 and to groups. Special event planning. Web page creation and updating (we use WordPress). Supervision of interns or volunteers. High level of tact and attention to detail. Work independently and as a team member. Produce high-quality results in a timely manner. Handle complex situations diplomatically. Strong verbal and written communications skills. Knowledge of MS Access.

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Contract Initiation Date: December 14, 2016
Contract Dollar Amount: $23,194

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Administrative Support/General Clerk II – Prepare travel authorizations and vouchers for staff members; performs functions, including maintenance of schedule for the Director,; preparation of correspondence, reports, and presentations; maintenance of files and databases; and other duties as assigned. The software to be used will be the Microsoft Office applications, Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet Explorer and grants systems (PAMs, IMSC and STRIPES).

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: November 14, 2016
Contract Dollar Amount: $11,340

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Administrative Support/General Clerk II – The Smithsonian Institution’s Office of Fellowships and Internships (OFI) has a requirement for a temporary administrative void.  We are looking for someone with at least a college degree and whose resume reflects skills/experience that relate to the following:  The ideal candidate might have a degree in biology, anthropology, sociology, art history or history or related field.  Some experience in an office setting. High level of attention to detail. Produce high-quality results in a timely manner. Handle complex situations diplomatically. Strong verbal and written communications skills.  MS Access or other database work.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: September 1, 2016
Contract Dollar Amount: $17,000

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Paralegal – The temporary paralegal will assist attorneys in a variety of matters, including litigation, tort claims, records requests, patent & trademark matters, and ethics matters. Major duties include the following:  Assisting attorneys in preparing for key tasks and events, assisting with mailings, and maintaining and updating correspondence logs.  Performing a variety of legal research and drafting legal memoranda and other documents.  Assisting with preparations for meetings, briefings, hearings, and depositions.  Monitoring electronic dockets (e.g. PACER) for active cases.  Tracking various deadlines and updating task lists and calendars.  Receiving and reviewing incoming ethics requests and routing as appropriate.  Archiving legal files.  Performing other duties as assigned based upon the needs of attorneys. Requirements:  The temporary paralegal should have at least two years’ experience working in a law office, preferably as a paralegal and preferably working for multiple attorneys. The temporary paralegal should possess a bachelor’s degree. In addition, a paralegal certificate is preferred but not required.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: August 29, 2016
Contract Dollar Amount: $11,653.88

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Data Entry Operator II – Staffing a reception desk – greeting visitors, handling phones and packages. Staffing a microfilm reading room and assisting patrons with registration and use of the microfilm equipment. Fulfilling interlibrary loan requests in a timely manner, including shipping, receiving and processing requests. Assisting the AAA reference staff to respond to basic reference inquiries.  Includes very basic research on AAA’s website and online, compiling information, and preparing a response for AAA staff to distribute.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: August 15, 2016
Contract Dollar Amount: $15,876

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Administrative Support/General Clerk II – The Smithsonian Institution’s Office of Fellowships and Internships (OFI) has a requirement for a temporary administrative void.  We are looking for someone with at least a college degree and whose resume reflects skills/experience that relate to the following:  Prepare and process contracts (academic award packages). Professional correspondence with students and/or institutions of higher learning. Database work. Strong communication skills (sometimes explaining complex ideas) 1:1 and to groups. Special event planning. Web page creation and updating (we use WordPress). Supervision of interns or volunteers. High level of tact and attention to detail. Work independently and as a team member. Produce high-quality results in a timely manner. Handle complex situations diplomatically. Strong verbal and written communications skills. Knowledge of MS Access.

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Contract Initiation Date: August 13, 2016
Contract Dollar Amount: $141,504

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Attorney – The contract attorney will be supervised by the Administrative Counsel. Prior legislative experience, at the state of federal level in a legal or non-legal role is highly desirable, but not required. This contract attorney will be responsible for the reviewing and approving a variety of legal documents for Members of Congress to include: district office leases, long term vehicle leases, storage leases, parking leases and other contracts for Members of Congress in support of congressional transition. The contract attorney will also regularly meet with congressional staff to include Members of Congress.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: August 2, 2016
Contract Dollar Amount: $35,450

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Administrative Support/General Clerk II – This Request for Quote is issued by the Smithsonian Institution’s Office of Advancement, for technical professional, non-personal administrative and data entry services to assist the Office of the Gift Registrar. The Office of Advancement is the central fundraising office for the Smithsonian. This position is based in the Capital Gallery Office near the National Mall.  The Smithsonian Institution is seeking an efficient, detail oriented administrative/data entry professional to assist with the gift entry process in the Office of Gift Registration.  Duties include: Looking up, updating and creating donor entity records in the Ellucian Advance database. Creating gift entry batch file. Helping to monitor an office email account. Copying, scanning, filing and other administrative tasks as assigned. Candidates should have excellent computer skills including working with Excel spreadsheets.  Position requires high level of attention to detail and the ability to work in a very busy, fast-paced office.  Experience working in fundraising/advancement/development office and experience using a donor management database (i.e. Ellucian Advance, Raiser Edge, Banner or similar) is required.  Working knowledge of IRS regulations regarding charitable contributions and/or gift entry is highly desirable.

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
Contract Initiation Date: July 21, 2016
Contract Dollar Amount: $39,907

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Secretary III – The work consists of a range of basic to complex administrative tasks. The required services will include (but are not limited to) use of GSA’s existing systems and software (e.g. Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google etc.) and various automated/electronic systems such as utilizing and operating the Cisco VoIP telephone system. Additionally, administrative support includes tasks such as coordinating schedules and ensure coverage of all functional areas during normal business hours, ensure telephone coverage is provided during normal business hours, ensure that PBS Commissioner’s office has administrative coverage at all times. Complete travel forms and/or enter in electronic travel system. Make arrangements for conferences and meetings, including scheduling appointments and assembling background materials; maintain conference room calendar of scheduled meetings; and ensure conference rooms and lobby areas are properly arranged. Anticipates and prepares materials needed by the supervisor for conferences, correspondence, appointments, meetings, telephone calls, etc., and informs supervisor on matters to be considered.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: June 17, 2016
Contract Dollar Amount: $8,186

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Secretary II/Administrative Support Specialist – The incumbent performs a wide-variety of administrative duties to assist in the overall administration and operation of the office. Incumbent works under the general direction of the General Counsel taking specific instructions from her Executive Assistant.

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
Contract Initiation Date:  May 31, 2016
Contract Dollar Amount: $73,379

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
(2)  Paralegals –  The Records Management Program Paralegal Support provides administrative Records Management Program support to the USPS Records Officer, in an efficient, accurate and self-motivating manner, both independently and in collaboration with others. The work to be performed includes conducting background policy and legal research; collecting, assembling and presenting reports, background papers and other documentation in support of the Records Management Program; drafting and editing Records Control Schedules and other policy documents for accuracy, completeness and compliance with applicable regulations; and comparing documents related to records management and compiling reports of variations found. Additional responsibilities include the following tasks: Accurate input of information into the Electronic Records and Information Management System Project tracking. Create and maintain orderly and accessible file systems. Provide logistical and other meeting support. Assist with the processing of records services and records storage invoices and monitoring of related funding balances. Other clerical and administrative support activities as assigned.

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

Contract Initiation Date: April 25, 2016

Contract Dollar Amount: $21,148

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Secretary II/Administrative Support Specialist – The duties required for the position are as follows: help with backlog of scanning and provide assistance in the following areas: Designs, establishes, and maintains data bases to support all requirements related to the operation and annual reporting requirements of the BES major scientific user facilities; assists the Director and staff with presentations and briefings; plan and support meetings, workshops, peer reviews, and constructions reviews; manages schedules, agendas, and action item plans, prepare travel authorizations and vouchers for staff members; works with division director for prioritizing and budgeting the office travel budget; performs other related functions, including maintenance of schedule for the Director; preparation of correspondence, reports and presentations; maintenance of files and databases and other duties as assigned.

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

Contract Initiation Date: April 11, 2016

Contract Dollar Amount: $23,877

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Secretary I/Administrative Support Specialist – Maintain physical human resources and administrative case files. Assist in scheduling and preparing materials for new employee orientation. Scanning and copying documents. Set up and maintain alphabetical, numerical, and subject filing systems. Reception by phone or in person; refer messages; provide general information; open, distribute, route mail, schedule meetings, and maintain calendar for the organization. Gather information from readily available sources; compile and prepare routine reports; compose routine correspondence. The software to be used will be the Microsoft Office applications, Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, and Internet Explorer (proficiency in Visio would be a plus).

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

Contract Initiation Date: November 19, 2015

Contract Dollar Amount: $41,455

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Secretary I/Administrative Support Specialist – Make travel arrangements, prepare authorizations/vouchers, answer telephones, prepare correspondence, maintain calendar, and provide administrative support to the Associate Director and technical staff members. The software to be used will be the Microsoft Office applications, Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet Explorer and Travel software.

SMITHSONIAN
Contract Initiation Date: August 3, 2015
Contract Dollar Amount: $15,088

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

(2) Attorneys – Contract attorneys will assist with Filming Agreements, product development licenses for our Smithsonian Enterprises, and review of vendor’s standard terms and conditions.

 

SMITHSONIAN

Contract Initiation Date: August 19, 2015

Contract Dollar Amount: $7031

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Receptionist – Greeting visitors, handling phones and packages. Staffing a microfilm reading room and assisting patrons with registration and use of the microfilm equipment. Fulfilling interlibrary loan requests in a timely manner, including shipping, receiving and processing requests. Basic computer skills, attention to detail, and the ability to work independently.

EXPORT IMPORT BANK

Contract Initiation Date: March 17, 2015

Contract Dollar Amount: $1,221

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Secretary II – The contractor shall provide the Bank with a temporary legal administrative assistant, who shall perform the following:  Assist the General Counsel, the Deputy General Counsel and the Legal Affairs Transactions Manager in the performance of legal research, administrative and special projects involving using Power Point, Excel and other related computer tasks.  Plan and coordinate meetings, schedule meetings using on-line scheduling tools; Ensure matters presented to the General Counsel and Deputy General Counsel for decision and/or approvals have been fully-coordinated with internal and external stakeholders.

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Contract Initiation Date: March 9, 2015

Contract Dollar Amount: $17.591

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

General Clerk I – The contractor shall provide general administrative support, to include the following: maintain calendars, to include keeping calendar current with updates; schedule appointments with internal and external stakeholders; respond timely and courteously to external and internal requestors; make travel arrangements to include airfare and lodging consistent with Federal Travel Regulations; prepare travel authorizations and vouchers in the E2 Travel System; serve as timekeeper for the processing of timesheets in WebTA; develop and maintain Excel spreadsheets.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE

Contract Initiation Date: December 12, 2014

Contract Dollar Amount: $13,174

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Staff Assistant/Executive Assistant – The staff assistant will be acting as our Director’s “right hand,” and would be representing the Director’s office; the assistant would also be handling the Director’s calendar, fielding phone calls and dealing with travel/travel arrangements, Receives all materials coming into and going out of the Director’s and Deputy Director’s office, Calendar Management and Serves as point of contact for AAA Board of Trustees members, responding  to inquiries and requests; incumbent serves as the “face” of the Director’s office when the Director is not available, maintaining discretion and confidentiality.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE

Contract Initiation Date: October 9, 2014

Contract Dollar Amount: $10,777

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Receptionist – Serve as an initial point of contact for visitor inquiries regarding any aspect of a Smithsonian visit, to include programs, activities, facilities, operating hours, etc. The persons will receive and answer a myriad of inquiries from the general public which will be received via telephone. The persons will determine the full extent of information requested and the need to send pre-printed, pre-visit materials to inquirers or identify and refer them to the appropriate Smithsonian resources.

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

Contract Initiation Date: October 6, 2014

Contract Dollar Amount: $23,813

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Program Assistant/General Clerk I – Prepare procurement packages based on input from program managers and guidance from supervisor; uses various electronic procurement systems to generate procurement packages and documents necessary for funding grant actions; edits selection statements to comply with proper format, DOE policies, procedures and regulations; reviews packages for completeness, maintains complete up-to-date files on grants during the fiscal year for accurate and rapid retrieval of information for the Division, maintains reports on grants to ensure proper close-out and records disposition.  The software to be used will be the Microsoft Office applications, Word, Outlook, Excel, and Internet Explorer.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Contract Initiation Date: October 6, 2014

Contract Dollar Amount: $28.974

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

General Clerk I – Assist in the flow of documents and payroll transactions within the Office of Payroll & Benefits Operations team. In addition, there will be a need to perform lower level data entry validation of miscellaneous payroll transactions for processing (training provided).

US COURTS OF FEDERAL CLAIMS

Contract Initiation Date: July 21, 2014

Contract Dollar Amount: $3,104

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

General Clerk I – General clerk to help clean up some files for the Office of Special Masters. The work involves reviewing cases to be closed and disposal. They will be dealing with sensitive information so confidentiality and professionalism are must have skills.

 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE

Contract Initiation Date: May 15, 2014

Contract Dollar Amount: $37,176

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Attorney – Drafts, reviews, and negotiates a broad range of contracts and commercial transactional documents, including agreements that involve intellectual property.  Advises Smithsonian officials on matters involving commercial transactions, non-disclosure agreements, and other activities that the Smithsonian undertakes to generate revenue. Knowledge of commercial transactional work, including negotiating and drafting a broad variety of legal transactional documents, gained through employment as a licensed attorney.

 

DEPARTMEN OF ENERGY

Contract Initiation Date: May 15, 2014

Contract Dollar Amount: $23,813

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Secretary I/Administrative Support Specialist – The duties required for the position are as follows: answer telephone calls, receive and greet high-level officials, provide support for scheduling or making arrangements for meetings rooms, prepare correspondence and emails of a non-technical nature, track correspondence and update status of packages handled by SC-2 and SC-1, and prepare travel requests and/or travel reimbursements.  The software to be used will be the Microsoft Office applications, Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet Explorer and Concur Gov’t Edition.

 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE

Contract Initiation Date: April 24, 2014

Contract Dollar Amount: $16,000

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Paralegal/Administrator – Experience/training could include processing bequests or assisting in the execution and administration of trusts, decedents’ estates, wills, intestacy and other probate matters.   Obtain copies of wills, trust agreements, estate inventories, accounting statements, pleadings and other documents related to bequests made to the Smithsonian.  Review the documents for information relevant to the bequest. Prepare schedules of bequests/known allocations based on a review of relevant documents; maintain spreadsheet and prepare quarterly reports based on this information for both internal use and reference by the Smithsonian Office of Planned Giving.

 

FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICES

Contract Initiation Date: March 24, 2014

Contract Dollar Amount: $148,440

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Contract Specialist – Process Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable transactions in an automated system. Create monthly financial reports; Reconcile monthly purchase card statements and accounting system reports.  Analyze monthly budgeting and accounting reports to ensure expenditure controls. Assist in the reporting of the budget and the preparation of the agency’s appropriations materials (i.e., reports, tables, narratives, briefing materials).  Serve as backup for federal budget and accounting reporting systems (e.g. FACTSII).  Serve as training coordinator to ensure the payment and tracking of all training expenses of the Commission (including Student Loan Repayment and Tuition Reimbursement). Assist with government contracts, including maintenance of contract files in compliance with Commission policies and practices. Serve as office supply coordinator to ensure best practices in the inventory and acquisition of supplies for the Commission.

 

DEPARTMEN OF ENERGY

Contract Initiation Date: March 18, 2014

Contract Dollar Amount: $13,433

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Secretary I/Administrative Support Specialist – Receives and greets all visitors including vendors, clients, job candidates, customers and other visitors having business with department; assists, provides instructions or directs to other departments if appropriate. Provides telephone reception services to the general public and/or staff; assists callers or routes to appropriate staff. Provides information to the general public and answers questions. Processes passport applications following complex legal procedures. Provides bilingual customer service. Performs basic office and clerical duties such as making copies, sending and receiving faxes; distributing faxes to appropriate staff/department, and obtaining signatures on documents as needed. Retrieves, opens, stamps, sorts, and distributes incoming, interoffice, and outgoing mail and packages including FedEx and UPS. Enters information into database(s) related to department functions or activities; updates database(s) as needed. Organizes and maintains various filing systems and manuals.

 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE

Contract Initiation Date: February 10, 2014

Contract Dollar Amount: $28,839

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

General Clerk I – Looking up and creating donor entity records in Sage Millennium database. Creating gift entry batch files; Proofing gift entries for accuracy. Copying, filing and other administrative tasks as assigned. Candidates should have excellent computer skills including working with Excel spreadsheets.  Position requires high level of attention to detail and the ability to work in a fast-paced office. Experience with gift entry or fundraising databases is helpful but not necessary.

POSTAL REGULATORY COMMISSION

Contract Initiation Date: November 13, 2013

Contract Dollar Amount: $14,740

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Secretary II – Screen telephone calls, visitors, and incoming correspondence; personally respond to requests for information concerning office procedures; determine which requests should be handled by the supervisor, appropriate staff member or other offices, prepare and sign routine non-technical correspondence in own or supervisor’s name; Schedule tentative appointments without prior clearance. Make arrangements for conferences and meetings and assemble established background materials as directed. May attend meetings and record and report on the proceedings. Review outgoing materials and correspondence for internal consistency and conformance with supervisor’s procedures.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE

Contract Initiation Date: November 7, 2013

Contract Dollar Amount: $9,800

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Attorney (Intermediate) – Licensed attorney with 4 years’ experience in administrative litigation. Previous experience working with any federal administrative agency. Assisting with pretrial, depositions, mediation and discovery experience.

 

POSTAL REGULATORY COMMISSION

Contract Initiation Date: May 20, 2013

Contract Dollar Amount: $62,454

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Accounting/Budget Specialist – Process Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable transactions in an automated system. Create monthly financial reports; Reconcile monthly purchase card statements and accounting system reports.  Analyze monthly budgeting and accounting reports to ensure expenditure controls. Assist in the reporting of the budget and the preparation of the agency’s appropriations materials (i.e., reports, tables, narratives, briefing materials).  Serve as backup for federal budget and accounting reporting systems (e.g. FACTSII).  Serve as training coordinator to ensure the payment and tracking of all training expenses of the Commission (including Student Loan Repayment and Tuition Reimbursement). Assist with government contracts, including maintenance of contract files in compliance with Commission policies and practices. Serve as office supply coordinator to ensure best practices in the inventory and acquisition of supplies for the Commission.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE

Contract Initiation Date: May 4, 2013

Contract Dollar Amount: $10,304

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

General Clerk I – Looking up and creating donor entity records in Sage Millennium database. Creating gift entry batch files; Proofing gift entries for accuracy. Copying, filing and other administrative tasks as assigned. Candidates should have excellent computer skills including working with Excel spreadsheets.  Position requires high level of attention to detail and the ability to work in a fast-paced office. Experience with gift entry or fundraising databases is helpful but not necessary.

 

CITY OF TAKOMA PARK

Contract Initiation Date: April 15, 2013

Contract Dollar Amount: $44,000

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Administrative Assistant – Receives and greets all visitors including vendors, clients, job candidates, customers and other visitors having business with department; assists, provides instructions or directs to other departments if appropriate. Provides telephone reception services to the general public and/or staff; assists callers or routes to appropriate staff. Provides information to the general public and answers questions. Processes passport applications following complex legal procedures. Provides bilingual customer service. Performs basic office and clerical duties such as making copies, sending and receiving faxes; distributing faxes to appropriate staff/department, and obtaining signatures on documents as needed. Retrieves, opens, stamps, sorts, and distributes incoming, interoffice, and outgoing mail and packages including FedEx and UPS. Enters information into database(s) related to department functions or activities; updates database(s) as needed. Organizes and maintains various filing systems and manuals.

 

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

Contract Initiation Date:  January 24, 2013

Contract Dollar Amount: $7,411

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Administrative Assistant – Serve as the administrative support specialist and the personal assistant to the Associate Director.  This position supports the day to day functional activities in the Office of the Associate Director.  These activities include maintaining the calendar, scheduling meetings, handling travel logistics, compiling briefings and presentation material.  The software to be used will be the Microsoft Office applications, Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint.

 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

Contract Initiation Date:  November 26, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount: 13,133

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

General Clerk III – Desktop Support – Provides staff in OA with day-to-day technical support of desktop computers, printers, mobile devices, applications and related technology. Support includes resolving end user problems, installation, testing and maintenance of hardware and software within established guidelines.  Production Support – Supports the production of reports and files for the entire development community. Runs standard production jobs, verifies output and record counts, ensures data accuracy and the timely delivery of files to both SI and outside customers.  Technical Liaison – Serves as technical liaison with vendors on data extracts and imports ensuring that data is complete, timely and in the correct format.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Contract Initiation Date:  November 5, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount: $13,000

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

General Clerk I – The individuals will be assisting with the 113th Congressional Transition. The individuals must be able to communicate effectively with Members of Congress and staff with strong attention to detail. Must be able to identify a piece of office equipment against a printed inventory and mark it according to legend. Clearly record serial numbers from equipment located in Congressional offices on inventory worksheet. Write down any additional equipment not listed on “official inventory worksheet”. Ask questions to Congressional staff relating to the location of the equipment being inventoried. Must be able to answer questions from Congressional staff relating to the equipment being inventoried. Place the correct sticker on the correct computer. (i.e. stored PC’s get new Member’s name, PC’s for disposal get GSA sticker). Ensure that a signature from Congressional staff is obtained at the end of the inventory.  Able to work in a fast paced environment, work well in a team and be open to being coached to be able to provide the best possible service to customers. Lift standard office equipment, place it onto a cart and either move it to another office suite or to various storage areas. Candidate must be able to successfully complete a criminal history records check.

CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE

Contract Initiation Date:  October 19, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount: $7,495

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

General Clerk I – Working in CBO’s Supply Store; assisting with office supply inventory; manual labor such as packing, lifting and moving boxes, shredding documents, filing, answer phones, filling supply requests document or spreadsheet editing, scanning documents.

DEFENSE ACQUISITION UNIVERSITY

Contract Initiation Date:  October 10, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount: $17.500

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Operations Assistant – Maintaining the HCI Director’s office calendar to coordinate work flow and meetings and appointments.  Establishes priorities, accepts and declines invitations.  Schedules meetings and appointments for the HCI Director and ensures the Director’s calendar is current and prep material is provided to the Director in a timely manner. Maintains confidentiality in all aspects of client, staff and agency information. Answers telephones and transfers to appropriate staff member as appropriate.  Ensures messages are provided to Director and staff. Opens, sorts and distributes incoming correspondence, including faxes and email. Signs for and distributes UPS/FedEx or similarly delivered packages. Performs general clerical duties to include, but not limited to, memos, copying, faxing, mailing and filing. Maintain calendars for Director and Deputy Director, arrange and confirm travel reservations as needed, and order office supplies. Receives and screens visitors and phone calls, answers questions and routes questions to subject matter experts. Reviews and processes incoming correspondence.

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

Contract Initiation Date:  September 24, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount: $21,592

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Administrative Assistant – Answer telephones, receive and greet high-level officials, schedule and maintain calendar, prepare correspondence and e-mails of a non-technical nature, prepare travel arrangements and reimbursement claims, responsible for processing all financial assistance (grant) actions for the research programs within the team, and other administrative duties. The candidate must have the ability to handle sensitive information with discretion; type proficiently; operate facsimile, copier, and other office equipment; and be able to deal with many tasks simultaneously in an occasionally stressful environment. The software to be used will be the Microsoft Office applications, Word, etc., and Travel Manager.

DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN AFFAIRS

Contract Initiation Date:  September 24, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount: $64,070

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

FOIA Administrative Assistant – Meet with CFM FOIA Officer staff to determine specific duties, timelines and expectations. Manage document redaction. Draft correspondences. Edit and correct memos, etc connected with FOIA. Review existing documentation. Vet products/artifacts as appropriate. Review inputs/suggested revisions with CFM staff.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

Contract Initiation Date: September 18, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount: $95,061

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

(2) Attorneys – Draft contracts and agreements for a wide variety of services, supplies and equipment to support Smithsonian projects and programs. Generate and/or review solicitation documents such as Requests for Proposals, source selection memorandums, and other various documents. Review statements of work for accuracy and completeness. Provide service to SI customers via telephone, e-mail and in person. Using practical and functional knowledge of Federal contracting and Smithsonian policies, advise customers about their contracting needs, including sources, contracting law, intellectual property, etc..Provide contract administration services such as review of audits, review of payrolls, etc.

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

Contract Initiation Date: September 4, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount: $750,000

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Attorneys & Paralegals – Filing written notices, motions, briefs or other pleadings with the PRC; Assessing the legal validity of the proposed government office closing; Obtaining and reviewing underlying administrative record in the closing appeals; Review of administrative file to insure it is complete; Filing Administrative Record; Communicating with field clients to make sure the administrative record is complete and obtaining missing documents; Conducting oral argument where appropriate; Notifying clients of status of litigation; Conducting legal research related to government office closing.  Monitoring the website, analyzing Orders and other pleadings. Performing research on the website, legislative materials, and Westlaw or Lexis; and Filing documents electronically through the electronic filing system.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

Contract Initiation Date: September 3, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount: $110,000

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Secretary I – Typing memos, letters, calendaring items for follow-up and action, arranging meetings, including coordinating mutually agreeable times, reserving conference rooms, notifying participants, and prepare correspondence, reports, technical documents, graphs/charts, forms, and other office support materials, and providing other assistance to more than 15 trial attorneys, as necessary. Perform receptionist duties including answering phones, transferring calls, taking messages, greeting visitors, check and fill copy paper levels for copiers/fax and printer used by office staff, report printer and copier service requirements to helpdesk or vendor as needed, report low toner to helpdesk, ensure office shredder is filled with oil and bags are empty as needed. Schedule meetings space, coordinate courier pick up and receipt of deliveries.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

Contract Initiation Date:  August 21, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount:  $ 9,860

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

General Clerk I – A fast reader who can remove duplicate emails from a large production (we do not have a computer program that delete duplicates), and then sort the emails into pre-determined categories. The emails are on computer in outlook, and can be printed.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

Contract Initiation Date:  August 20, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount:  $15,000

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

General Clerk II – Person functions as the receptionist so needs a good voice and the ability to speak professionally with a wide variety of people.  The person is in charge of whatever food is served for the General Counsel’s meetings (about 1-2 times/month), oversee the food delivery and arranges the food in the meeting room, and removes from the meeting room whatever food is left.  In charge of putting together the General Counsel’s meeting folders and official folders, making labels, copying documents, filing, maintaining an index, making sure the right documents make it into the right file, etc. Years working with Windows/Word/Excel with good keyboarding skills.  Years working with Office machines, copiers, faxes, printers, scanners, etc. Has good phone skills.  Years working with filing systems – this: making labels, copying documents for meetings, maintaining a file index, etc. Has worked with institutional forms — filling them out.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

Contract Initiation Date: July 30, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount:  $17,511

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

AA/IT Maintain Iphone Rollout tracking/status spreadsheet. Create/maintain a trouble log. Prepare/File Personal Property forms. Assist in staging/issuing of devices Create Apple ID’s for employees. Initial device set-up. Install Mobile Device Manager (MDM) on devices. Install Facility Center 9 App. Install Agentry App. Assist employee in setting up work e-mail on device. Assist in Contacts transfer from old device to new device. Assist employees in trouble shooting device issues. Other related duties as assigned.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

Contract Initiation Date:  July 30, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount:  $ 2,050

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

General Clerk I – A fast reader who can remove duplicate emails from a large production (we do not have a computer program that delete duplicates), and then sort the emails into pre-determined categories. The emails are on computer in outlook, and can be printed.

BUREAU OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

Contract Initiation Date:  July 17, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount:  $ 2,621

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Executive Secretary – Identify items to be recycled and place in recycle bin. Assist the librarian with re-organizing the library. Assist with relocating books in the library. Answer phone calls at the Customer Service Window. Miscellaneous administrative duties.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

Contract Initiation Date:  June 27, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount:  $9,034

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Document Scanner – The contractor shall perform system documentation scanning. The contractor shall scan Office of General Counsel case management legal files. The contractor will use government furnished equipment, Canon Image DR 3010 desktop scanner and Ricoh Aticio 5560 copier/printer/scanner. The government will provide the proper training to the contractor. The contractor shall be responsible of verifying each case file folder is scanned in full. The contractor will verify with the government point of contact of each folder that will be scanned. Once the government point of contact and the contractor has verified all pages of each case file has been scanned, the original document will be placed in the shred bin for shred pick up. The contractor will notify the government point of contact of any concerns or issues with the case file.

 

US COURT OF FEDERAL CLAIMS

Contract Initiation Date: February 29, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount: $4,640

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

General Clerk II Assist with posting a series of back logged unpublished decisions to our website. It will involve cutting and pasting, but little IT knowledge. The individual will be thoroughly trained on the process. The skill set should be a professional, efficient, computer literate as far as cutting and pasting, efficient, detail-oriented and dependable worker.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

Contract Initiation Date: February 28, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount: $82,389

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Executive Assistant – Schedule, confirm and cancelling appointments. Arranging transportation and scheduling rooms. Identifying transportation requirements, scheduling rooms, notifying attendees of location, setting up teleconferencing and video conferencing equipment). Attend weekly Direct Reports meeting held by the Director. Prepare weekly Direct Report meeting agendas. Take minutes during the meeting, send to Director/Deputy Director for review/edit then disseminate to OFMR Direct Reports and once approved. Prepare Quarterly “Town Hall” PowerPoint presentation for Director. Units and Zones prepare their own slides and submit to Assistant. Make travel arrangements and complete all necessary paperwork for conferences, meetings, events and training for the Director and Deputy Director.

FDIC

Contract Initiation Date: February 13, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount: $20,746

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Attorney – Research and draft memoranda on legal issues for outside contractors. Review news for contractor information. Prepare MOU for GSA for management of construction project. Prepare training program of Outside Legal Counsel (OLC) Database for Legal Division Attorneys. Prepare training manual for OLC Database. Conduct training for OLC Database.

 

EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF THE UNITED STATES

Contract Initiation Date: January 3, 2012

Contract Dollar Amount: $28,090

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

General Clerk I – The Ex-Im Bank has a requirement for temporary clerical staff assistance for the Controller’s Officer for a short duration of time. The Contractor shall be proficient in the 2010 Microsoft Office suite, typing a minimum of 35 words per minute, scanning documents, and saving Adobe files. The contractor shall provide the agency with a temporary clerical staff member, who is competent in the following areas: Microsoft Office Suite 2010, specifically Word and Excel, Typing, a minimum of 35 words per minute. Scanning and filing documents as requires. Proficient in using Adobe products, including Acrobat and Reader, to save files on a drive.

NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD

Contract Initiation Date: October 19, 2011

Contract Dollar Amount: $10,877

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Receptionist – Candidate will be required to use a phone with multiple lines, take detail messages, greet visitors, sign for and distribute packages to courier services for delivery. Some assistance with calendar management for conference rooms will be required as well.

 

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Contract Initiation Date: October 11, 2011

Contract Dollar Amount: $11,047

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Customer Service Specialist/Accounting – Receive and answer midshipman (telephone and e-mail and mail) inquiries regarding reimbursement qualification and processing (referring to the FAQs provided by MARAD). When necessary, redirect incoming telephone calls/e-mail to the correct members of the CFO/department. Prepare draft correspondence responding to written inquiries (e-mail and mail) in accordance with guidance provided by the COTR. Must have a hands-on knowledge and ability to work independently in order to enter data and extract data on a daily basis and to prepare various daily reports with respect to Midshipman Fee reimbursements. Prepare progress reports weekly and monthly for the CFO with respect to the status of Midshipman Fee reimbursements and any other related reports as requested.

DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR

Contract Initiation Date: October 4, 2011

Contract Dollar Amount: $92,032

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Secretary I – Performs a combination of clerical tasks to support the OCIO office, such as maintaining

records, filing and tracking of documents, receiving, preparing or verifying documents; searching for and compiling information and data; responding to routine requests with standard answers (by phone, in person or by correspondence), and operating a variety of office machines. This works requires a basic knowledge of proper office procedures, typing, filing and operating a computer utilizing WORD and Excel, and opening and distributing mail.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

Contract Initiation Date: October 3, 2011

Contract Dollar Amount: $36,000

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Paralegal – Provide full-time administrative support to the Office of General Counsel, including file management, processing Freedom of Information Act requests, processing administrative claims filed under the Federal Tort Claims Act, and litigation support. Assistant reports to the Attorney Administrator.

US COAST GUARD

Contract Initiation Date: August 10, 2011

Contract Dollar Amount: $950,000

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

(8) Attorneys – The purpose of this Blanket Purchase Agreement is to obtain professional litigation support services. Tasks shall include, document searches, relevancy reviews, privilege reviews, and preparation of privilege logs, redactions of privileged information and redaction logs, bates numbering, identification of parent/child relationships, preparation of text load files or similar report indexing of responsive documentation along with associated metadata, and preparation of production sets of responsive documents. Quality Assurance/Quality Control for all tasks shall be developed and implemented by the attorneys.

 

NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD

Contract Initiation Date:  May 23, 2011

Contract Dollar Amount: $24,854

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Legal Assistant I – Prepare and e-mail correspondence to participants. Prepare / edit board determination. Prepare board notation voting forms and election authorization wires. Save documents in Corporate Memory (electronic file system). Move electronically filed documents to a server.  Assist in production of documents in response to Freedom of Information Act requests and request from Congress. Assist with production of documents in connection with litigation. Copying, answering phone, etc.

 

PENSION BENEFIT GUARANTY CORPORATION

Contract Initiation Date: April 13, 2011

Contract Dollar Amount:  $3,000

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Program Support – Develop and maintain written record of the project activities, meetings: agendas, review and acceptance of meeting minutes, topics (new/old business), review of action items, and plan for the next meeting, minutes, who attended, what took place, decisions that were made, and action items, review and improve the quality of deliverables, project management artifacts, reports, process/information flow diagrams, process narratives, standard operating procedures (SOP), etc.

UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE

Contract Initiation Date: March 11, 2011

Contract Dollar Amount:  $64,838

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Paralegal I – Duties shall include but not be limited to; organizing and maintaining electronic and paper documents related to complex litigation.  Examples of specific tasks include but are not limited to, maintaining and updating existing filing systems, reviewing and coding documents, and searching for and retrieving electronic and paper documents.   The paralegal may also be required to assist in miscellaneous other legal matters such as document production, cite checking, and legal research.

 

US COURT OF FEDERAL CLAIMS

Contract Initiation Date: February 14, 2011

Contract Dollar Amount: $20,712

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

General Clerk II – Mail delivery and dispatch; distribution of supplies to Court personnel;
assistance with set up of facilities for meetings and other events; and contacting the GSA building support office with service requests. Requires some light to heavy lifting. Person must be organized, responsible, dependable and able to work independently with some supervision.

NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD

Contract Initiation Date: September 27, 2010

Contract Dollar Amount: $45,115

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Legal Assistant I – Election ballots handling, duplicating ballot requesting processing; reviewing of the ballot cards submitted and legal research.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

Contract Initiation Date: August 27, 2010

Contract Dollar Amount: $23,040

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Executive Assistant – Schedule, confirm (when necessary) and cancelling appointments. Arranging transportation and scheduling rooms. Identifying transportation requirements, scheduling rooms, notifying attendees of location, setting up teleconferencing and video conferencing equipment). Attend weekly Direct Reports meeting held by the Director. Prepare weekly Direct Report meeting agendas. Take minutes during the meeting, send to Director/Deputy Director for review/edit then disseminate to OFMR Direct Reports and once approved. Prepare Quarterly “Town Hall” PowerPoint presentation for Director. Units and Zones prepare their own slides and submit to Assistant. Make travel arrangements and complete all necessary paperwork for conferences, meetings, events and training for the Director and Deputy Director.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH

Contract Initiation Date: July 7, 2010

Contract Dollar Amount: $19,468

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Receptionist – Receptionist for the Office of the Director, Division of Cancer Prevention, National Cancer Institute. Handles all incoming calls/visitors and triages to the appropriate staff. Processes all incoming/outgoing mail to include routing, logging, and tracking. Types memos, letters, tables, etc. Faxing and Xeroxing jobs. Organizes and maintains office and equipment supplies. Other duties as assigned. In need of an individual who works independently, uses good judgment, sets high standards, is conscientious, timely and cheerful.

 

FDIC

Contract Initiation Date: May 7, 2010

Contract Dollar Amount: $90,393

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

(3) Financial Analyst Review a large volume of invoices, budgets, worksheets, forms, documentation from outside counsel hired to represent the FDIC. Track the receipt, review and payments for outside counsel invoices and provide information as to their status. Track the status of outside counsel matter budgets. Analyze, evaluate and review invoice input for accuracy, validity and completeness of data contained in documents. Review, translate, organize and coordinate the collection of data from attorneys in the office while exercising judgment concerning the completeness and accuracy of the data. Respond to requests for information by the law firms and FDIC system users. Update and retrieve data and reports from the Legal Division’s invoice processing system.

 

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
Contract Initiation Date: February 8, 2010

Contract Dollar Amount: $250,000

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
(5) Attorney – Review and code documents for responsiveness. Preparing the documents including but not limited to, redacting, bates stamping, conversion, copying, and burning to DVD or CD in a format determined by the division and performing quality control.

DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR
Contract Initiation Date: February 1, 2010
Contract Dollar Amount: $134,246

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Contact Specialist – Strong emphasis on construction and design-build contracting. Ensure selected vendors are registered with the Central Contractor Registry for electronic payment. Ensure selected contractors are not on the Excluded Parties List. After an award is made, ensure that the Federal Procurement Data Systems (FPDS) report has been completed and that the award announcement for all recovery acquisitions has been posted on Federal Business Opportunities (FBO). Utilize the Interior Department Electronic Acquisition System (IDEAS) and the Federal Financial System for the gathering of data and reports. Perform other duties in support of the operations of Contracting and Facilities Management at USFWS R9.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Contract Initiation Date: October 19, 2009
Contract Dollar Amount: $29,068

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Executive Assistant – Schedule conferences, meetings, and maintain the Director’s calendar. Manage multiple tasks and communicate efficiently, remember important information, and keep the Director on schedule and on task for the day. Coordinate the preparation of documents and background material for upcoming meetings the Director is scheduled to participate in. Coordinate the development of briefing notebooks in support of meetings. Maintain an expeditious and orderly workflow for the office.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Contract Initiation Date: September 30, 2009
Contract Dollar Amount: $141,00

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Senior Contract Specialist – Provide contract management/administration oversight for simplified and complex contract requirements. Assist in reviewing and processing of routine or standard form contract agreements and related documentation and the preparation of request for quotes/proposals. Assist with developing routine correspondence, negotiation memoranda, and contract documentation. Assist with processing invoices and contract closeout activities.

UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE
Contract Initiation Date: July 20, 2009
Contract Dollar Amount: $141,000

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Paralegal I – Assist in organizing, maintaining and retrieving electronic and paper documents related to a complex, purported class action claim, where parties have engaged in extensive discovery. Task to include: identifying, sorting, and organizing documents, creating filing systems and indexes of documents, filing of documents, searching for electronic or paper documents, etc. As needed, the paralegal may also assist in miscellaneous other legal matters such as document production, cite checking and legal research.

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
Contract Initiation Date: April 21, 2009
Contract Dollar Amount: $224,576

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Paralegal – Identify and retrieve responsive records; organize responsive records for review; conduct a preliminary assessment of the records for the purpose of identifying and segregating exempt information; as appropriate, clear documents for release in whole or in part with submitters; redact portions of documents that are to be withheld under a FOIA exemption, using appropriate software or other means. Draft letters identifying the exemptions that legally justify withholding of information under the FOIA Act. Submit periodic reports to the Contracting Officer’s Technical Representative (COTR) on the status of FOIA request.

PENSION BENEFIT GUARANTY CORPORATION
Contract Initiation Date: December 15, 2008
Contract Dollar Amount: $40,536

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Legal Administrative Assistant/Secretary – Using specialized legal administrative/secretary knowledge, the
contractor coordinated various matters for ACCs and attorneys and supporting paralegals including the orderly
processing of OCC’s work to the courts, other Federal agencies, members of the public, and other departments
within PBGC.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: June 30, 2008
Contract Dollar Amount: $28,560

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Clerical Assistant – Assisted the supervisor with administrative duties consisting of compiling data for monthly reports and drafting memoranda. When new exhibits were introduced, or changes were made to policies within the volunteer program. Drafted memo that would be placed at all of the information desks for the volunteers. Scheduled volunteers to work at the information desks throughout the institution. Responsible for approximately 200 volunteers, and serve as a liaison between volunteers and museum staff. Provided administrative support to the office, updated volunteer files in database and answer volunteer questions via phone and e-mail.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Contract Initiation Date: April 1, 2008
Contract Dollar Amount: $8,000

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Executive Assistant – Independently carried out a full range of secretarial duties supporting three associate directors and their staff. This candidate assisted with drafting correspondence and reports, arranging meetings, acquiring services, maintaining appointment calendars, arranging travel and preparing expense vouchers, completing government personnel forms and answering phones. Candidate was hired as a permanent employee.

DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR

Contract Initiation Date: August 20, 2007

Contract Dollar Amount:  $ 60,280

 

Brief Description of Contract Requirements

Administrative Assistant – Analyzes and organizes the flow to work to ensure its expeditious processing. Will serve as intermediary between the Assistant Director or the acting Assistant Director and the officials of the Department, other government officials and general public for purposes of scheduling time, transmitting instructions, decisions, and assignments and ensuring prompt consideration is given to pending matters. He/ She will confer daily with the Assistant Director or acting Assistant Director in planning the work of the office. He/ She will receive calls and visitors to the office and will direct technical matters to appropriate staff. Reviews correspondence prepared for the Assistant Director and Director’s signature for procedural and grammatical accuracy, conformance with the general policies and factual correctness. Edits and formats written and electronic documents, corrects copy and questions missing information or discrepancies in documents based on established office procedures.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

Contract Initiation Date: July 9, 2007

Contract Dollar Amount: $221,625

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
(8) Paralegal – Provision of eight (8) paralegals, to perform electronic document review (CD, DVD or website), factual research, deposition preparation, provide assistance to attorneys and other staff, document management and interview memorandum writing. The original contract was for eight (8) paralegals and was to have only been for a one-month period. The staff provided excellent research and requested that the contract be extended for an additional four months.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Contract Initiation Date: May 22, 2006
Contract Dollar Amount: $1,002,000

Brief Description of Contract Requirements
Attorneys – Draft contracts and agreements for a wide variety of services, supplies and equipment to support Smithsonian projects and programs. Generate and/or review solicitation documents such as Requests for Proposals, source selection memorandums, and other various documents. Review statements of work for accuracy and completeness. Provide service to SI customers via telephone, e-mail and in person. Using practical and functional knowledge of Federal contracting and Smithsonian policies, advise customers about their contracting needs, including sources, contracting law, intellectual property, etc. Provide contract administration services such as review of audits, review of payrolls, etc.