Contract Specialist Resume Sample Three

999 Main Street
Any town, NY – 99999
(999) 999-9999

Charles Thomas


To achieve optimal levels of personal performance, and accomplishment as a vital member of a procurement team

Summary of Qualifications

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, Access, PowerPoint and Crystal Reporting
  • Type 90 WPM, Data entry Alpha-numeric 14,000 KPH and 10 Key Numeric 17,000
  • Ability to work well with teams and individually
  • Communicate well with all levels of management
  • Bi-Lingual Spanish as secondary language


ABC Inc. Contract Specialist 2004-2009

  • Supervised (4) Purchasing Agents, (6) Procurement Clerks. Also served as a division head for the contracts and procurement division with the responsibility for training, supervising, scheduling and evaluating employees within the division. Established work priority and deadlines.
  • Unlimited procurement authority for Non-Appropriated Funds (NAF) purchases regionally, excluding construction purchase which is limited to 2,000 by law.
  • Processed and coordinate all necessary procurement documents, Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA’s), Purchase Orders, Service Contracts, Government Credit Card, and Maintenance Agreements.
  • Routinely met with local vendors on pricing, product development and new technology.
  • Performed as the Agency Program Coordinator (APC) for the NAF Government credit card.
  • Tracked over 1.5million on Appropriated Fund (APF) purchases annually, utilizing FASTDATA.
  • Prepared all APF documents for purchase through Federal Industrial Supply Center (FISC).
  • Ensure that all government sources of procurement have been considered prior to procurement from commercial sources.

XYZ Corp. Contract Specialist 2001-2004

  • Support Indefinite Delivery and Indefinite Quantity (ID and IQ) contracting needs in excess of $50M.
  • Create, design and analyze spreadsheets to track funding and cost.
  • Develop, evaluate and provide guidance on Request for Proposal (RFP) and Request for Proposal (RFP) requirements.
  • Utilized the Federal Acquisition Regulation Manual (FAR) on a daily basis.
  • Daily interaction both written and orally with co-workers, customers and management.
  • Perform market and price research and analysis as well as program evaluations.
  • Lead teams on source selection contracting needs, research projects, evaluations and technical needs.
  • Executes post award contract performance management on assigned group of contracts.
  • Provides business advice and guidance to others on contracting work and prepare correspondence.
  • Assisted in training new employees.

BCD Inc., Contract Specialist 2002-2004

  • Reviewed files to ensure that the acquisitions were under an Indefinite Delivery Contracts, Simplified Acquisition and, or Multi-Year Contracts.
  • Reconciled variances between the contract writing system and the financial system to correct all deficiencies and processed modifications to update the records.
  • Closeout of expired contracts physically, financially and administratively by analyzing the completeness of documents in contract files; i.e., receiving reports, release of claims and final invoices. Sent requests to contract specialists for receiving reports and notification letters to contractors for release of claims.
  • Verified if all modifications were entered into the writing systems.
  • Determined disposition of contract files; i.e., retaining files at the regional office, sending files to the National Record Center for archive, and, or destroying files upon meeting the overall retention period.


96-98/04-06 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Associates of Science with a Business Management emphasis

07-Present Ohio State University, Columbus
Bachelors of Science with a Business Management emphasis

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