The primary purpose of this position is to serve as a Trial Attorney, representing the Air Force matters before the Armed Services board of Contract Appeals and the Government Accountability Office, and provide support as needed to the Department of Justice for contract issues in dispute before the Court of Federal Claims or other federal courts.
- Serve as Principal Trial Attorney and Litigator. Charged with the preparation and presentation of multiple federal procurement litigations before administrative tribunals and/or federal courts or the United States Court of Federal Claims.
- Represent and argues the agency’s position in negotiations, meetings, written and oral proceedings before administrative tribunals and courts, and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) proceedings.
- Draft and finalize all pleadings and authoritative legal documents required before, during and after litigation.
- Examine, review and study all correspondence, contractual documents and other evidence related to each case, and for reviewing, understand and apply all applicable laws, regulations, instruction and direction to particular facts.
- Maintain federal acquisition subject matter expertise by independently keeping apprised and researching changes in federal procurement statute, regulation, executive branch policy and case precedent.
Occasional travel – You may be expected to travel for this position.