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1-19 Assistant Counsel (Acquisition Law)Quantico, VA2/4/2019 Quantico Area Counsel Office (QACO, Quantico, VA)GS-12/13
Assistant Counsel (Acquisition Law)
The successful candidate for this Associate Counsel position will be expected to concentrate primarily on Federal acquisition law and fiscal law, but may also be called upon to provide legal services in other OGC practice areas, including but not limited to, ethics/standards of conduct, and the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and Privacy Act related to acquisition matters. The responsibilities of this non-supervisory position includes advising clients and rendering legal opinions on a variety of Federal acquisition law-related matters to include: contractual interpretation; drafting and reviewing contractual modifications; contract disputes and claims; responding to bid protests; drafting and reviewing solicitations, acquisition strategy and planning documents, as well as other acquisition-related documents; competitive and sole source selections; statutory interpretation; and preparing or reviewing responses to Congressional, Government Accountability Office (GAO), Inspectors General, and Naval Audit Service requests, as may be required. On cases delegated for trial by the Office of Counsel for the Commandant, OGC, the successful candidate will represent the Marine Corps before administrative forums such as the GAO and Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA), and will participate in complex negotiations with contractors, subcontractors, and their attorneys, on legal matters arising in connection with acquisitions.
151-18 Associate Counsel (Environmental & Real Estate)Quantico, VA1/7/2019Quantico Area Counsel Office (QACO; Quantico, VA)GS-14
Associate Counsel (Environmental & Real Estate)
The successful candidate for this position will be expected to concentrate primarily on environmental and land use law, but may also be called upon to provide legal services in other OGC practice areas. Including but not limited to, Federal acquisition and fiscal law, civilian personnel law, ethics/standards of conduct and the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and Privacy Act. With respect to environmental law, among other duties. The successful candidate will review and respond to questions relating to actions, and proposed actions of the supported Marine Corps commands involving the application of the National Environmental Policy Act, the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, Toxic Substances Control Act, Endangered Species Act, the National Historic Preservation Act, and other Federal environmental and real estate statutes and regulations. With respect to real estate law, in conjunction with attorneys representing Naval Facilities Engineering Command, the successful candidate will provide all necessary legal services involving the acquisition, management, and disposal of real property. Additionally, in support of the National Museum of the Marine Corps, located at MCJNCR-MCBQ, the successful applicant is expected to have or develop experience and skills in a broad range of legal disciplines specific to the operation of Federal museums and preservation of historic assets, including fiscal law with an emphasis on receipt and use of gifts, volunteer services, and other funding arrangements with tax-exempt support and fund raising foundations; and historic preservation law. The successful candidate will also become familiar with museum accessions, loans, donations, deaccessioning, and other disposition acts.
152-18 Associate CounselQuantico, VA1/7/2019 Quantico Area Counsel Office (QACO; Quantico, VA)GS-14
Associate Counsel
The successful candidate for this Associate Counsel position will be expected to concentrate primarily on Federal acquisition law and fiscal law, but may also be called upon to provide legal services in other OGC practice areas, including but not limited to, ethics/standards of conduct, and the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and Privacy Act related to acquisition matters. The responsibilities of this non-supervisory position includes advising clients and rendering legal opinions on a variety of Federal acquisition law-related matters to include: contractual interpretation; drafting and reviewing contractual modifications; contract disputes and claims; responding to bid protests; drafting and reviewing solicitations, acquisition strategy and planning documents, as well as other acquisition-related documents; competitive and sole source selections; statutory interpretation; and preparing or reviewing responses to Congressional, Government Accountability Office (GAO), Inspectors General, and Naval Audit Service requests, as may be required. On cases delegated for trial by the Office of Counsel for the Commandant, OGC, the successful candidate will represent the Marine Corps before administrative forums such as the GAO and Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA), and will participate in complex negotiations with contractors, subcontractors, and their attorneys, on legal matters arising in connection with acquisitions.
153-18 CounselLakehurst, NJ1/21/2019Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD, Lakehurst, NJ)GS-15
Counsel
The NAWCADLKE Counsel will be expected to perform and oversee the full range of the Department of the Navy's Office of the General Counsel (OGC) practice areas with an emphasis on federal acquisition law. Other practice areas include: civilian personnel law; FOIA/Privacy Act matters; fiscal law; ethics and standards of conduct; technical data rights; SBIR; work for private party agreements; litigation; and other administrative law matters. Along with providing advice and representing Department of Navy interests in the most complex cases and matters, the incumbent will supervise four civilian attorneys and one support staff personnel.
154-18 CounselOrlando, FL1/21/2019Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD, Orlando, FL)GS-15
Counsel
The Counsel will be expected to perform and oversee the full range of OGC practice areas with an emphasis on federal acquisition law. Other practice areas include civilian personnel law, fiscal law, ethics/standards of conduct, litigation, data rights, review of non-FAR based agreements with NAWCTSD's customers, Freedom of Information Act, and Privacy Act.  The candidate will supervise seven civilian attorneys, one FOIA Coordinator, and one Legal Assistant.
2-19 Assistant CounselGroton, CT1/22/2019 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion, and Repair (SUPSHIP Groton, CT)GS-11/12/13
Assistant Counsel
The SUPSHIP Groton Office of Counsel employs a Counsel, two Assistant Counsels, and one paralegal. This office has a varied workload covering many of the DON OGC practice areas, including federal acquisition law, civilian personnel law, labor law, environmental law, litigation, fiscal law, Freedom of Information Act law, Privacy Act law, and ethics/standards of conduct. The successful applicant will be expected to support the full range of OGC practice as described above.
3-19 Assistant CounselPhiladelphia, PA1/18/2019 NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk (NAVSUP FLC Norfolk; Philadelphia, PA)GS-11/12/13/14
Assistant Counsel
The NAVSUP Norfolk Philadelphia Site Office of Counsel has a varied workload, with primary emphasis in federal government contract law with a focus on service contracts. Other practice areas include civilian personnel law, EEO, labor management relations, arbitration, litigation, and client counseling, as well as ethics, FOIA, and fiscal law. The successful candidate will be expected to support all of these areas.