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Catholic Elementary Education Coordinator

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Material Command | Published August 17, 2015  -  Deadline August 31, 2015
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The individual instructor for this program will implement and coordinate, and obtain approval from the residing Catholic Priest, a program for Children's religious education (RE) in accordance with the guidelines set forth by the Air Force Chaplain Corps and AMS. Will serve as the resource advisor and coordinator of Children's RE for the Hill AFB Chapel's Catholic Community; and perform to be be compliant with all terms and conditions as stated within the attached Performance Work Statement (PWS) that will be incorporated to any resulting contract. Instructor qualifications include but are not limited to: A practicing Roman Catholic who has received the sacrament of Confirmation and is in good standing with the Church. Must have at least five years of favorable service as a religious education instructor, and three years' experience as a religious education administrator.

Histotechnician Education Support Services

Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training Command | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular Number 2005-83, Effective 01 November 2015. This solicitation is issued as a Request for Quote (RFQ) through full and open competition. Details of the requirement shall be in accordance with (IAW) the Performance of Work Statement dated 28 August 2015. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code for this requirement is 611310, with a size standard of $27.5 million. The Government intends to award a single Firm Fixed Price contract for Histotechnician Educational Affiliation Services at JBSA, Fort Sam Houston, Texas in support of the Medical Education and Training Campus. This RFQ will be conducted as a commercial simplified acquisition in accordance with FAR 13.5 procedures. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES: This is a requirement to provide non-personal educational affiliation services to include enrollment and academic record maintenance. Upon completion of a set course of instruction, the Contractor shall confer an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree with a major in Histology to all students successfully completing the Medical Education and Training Campus (METC) Histotechnician (HT) Program. An official transcript and an actual degree shall be mailed to the Registrar, Medical Education and Training Campus, Bldg 1291, 3176 Corporal Johnson Road, Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA)-Fort Sam Houston, TX unless mutually agreed by all parties to send the actual degree and transcripts directly to the individual students. PLEASE REFER TO THE ATTACHED REQUEST FOR QUOTE AND PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT FOR DETAILS.

U--Accreditations for Residencies Professional Education and Training Programs

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Medical Command | Published April 14, 2015
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This contract action was accomplished using other than competitive procedures because the procurement is awarded to a sole source under the Test Program for Certain Commercial Items (FAR 13.5). See posted J&A for further information. Accreditations for Residencies Professional Education and Training Programs

U--Accreditation renewal for the Army Graduate Medical Education Program

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Medical Command | Published October 8, 2015
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This contract action was accomplished using other than competitive procedures because the procurement is awarded to a sole source under the Test Program for Certain Commercial Items (FAR 13.5). See posted J&A for further information. Accreditations for Residencies Professional Education and Training Programs

Accreditation and Education Services

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Medical Command | Published January 28, 2016
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The statutory authority permitting other than full and open competition is 10 USC 2304 (c) (1) as implemented in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii)(B)--Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements.

Histotechnician Education Support Services

Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training Command | Published January 25, 2016  -  Deadline January 19, 2016
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Protestant Director of Religious Education

Department of the Air Force, Pacific Air Forces | Published May 31, 2015  -  Deadline May 18, 2015
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Research, Integration, and Development of Integumentary [Skin] System for Simulation Training and Education

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity | Published November 16, 2017
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The U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity (USAMRAA), on behalf of the Department of Defense (DoD), Joint Program Committee 1 (JPC-1), Medical Simulation and Information Sciences Research Program, intends to issue a Request for Proposals. This requirement provides funding for research and development that will provide research, integration, and development of Integumentary [Skin] system for simulation training and education This pre-solicitation notice is targeted at organizations researching, developing, and offering integumentary simulation systems with physiological tissue characteristics and behavior measurements that will be integrated with a flexible and modular mannequin concept, such as the Advanced Modular Manikin (AMM), as well as future modular part-task training and education simulation systems which have yet to be developed. This pre-solicitation notice also encourages those working with synthetic materials, polymers, micro-technologies (such as micro-fluidic solutions), those that have researched measuring tissue properties or has access to such data / information, and those that have detailed understanding on physiological responsiveness of human tissues. This acquisition will be solicited as a Full and Open procurement utilizing the policies and procedures in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 15, Contracting by Negotiation. The Government anticipates issuance of 1-2, Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF) contracts. The contract is anticipated to have a 24-month base period of performance. The Government reserves the right to change the solicitation procedure and/or period of performance. If for any reason, there are no successful proposals, the Government reserves the right to re-open the solicitation. A solicitation will be posted on or about the middle/end of December 2017 to www.FBO.gov. Solicitations are to be downloaded from the website and no solicitations will be mailed. All proposals shall be sent to the address specified in the solicitation. Please email any questions to the point of contact listed. No phone calls or faxes will be accepted. System for Award Management: All Offerors submitting proposals must: • Be registered and certified to receive contracts in the System for Award Management (SAM) under NAICS code 541715 prior to submission; • Maintain an active SAM registration with current information at all times during which it has an active Federal award or a proposal under consideration by any agency; • Provide its DUNS number on the proposal it submits to the agency.• To begin a new registration in SAM, please visit the SAM website at https://www.sam.gov, and go to "Registration/Update Entity" icon on the home screen. Primary Point of Contact: Courtney F. ChaseContract Specialistcourtney.f.chase.civ@mail.mil

Catholic Elementary Education Coordinator

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Material Command | Published October 1, 2015
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ELECTRONIC TAX PREPARATION AND TRANSMISSION SOFTWARE AND SUPPORT (ETSA) - VITA Software and Services

Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | Published June 19, 2015  -  Deadline July 20, 2015
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The Customer Assistance, Relationships and Education (CARE) organization, within the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Wage and Investment Division, seeks to award a contract for electronic tax preparation software and support services for volunteer tax preparers to complete accurate, secure transmissions of tax returns to the IRS and state agencies. The software will support the IRS organizations' various tax assistance programs described in the previous section. The software shall take advantage of current and commercially proven technology. It should meet the requirements and be compliant with IRS electronic e-file for tax preparation capability and operate out-of-the-box with minimal configuration/custom development to meet IRS regulatory, security and privacy standards. THE REQUIREMENTS ARE DESCRIBED IN DETAIL IN THE ATTACHED SOLICITATION PACKAGE AND ATTACHMENTS. Questions in response to this solicitation shall be submitted via e-mail to Bridgette Garcia at Bridgette.Garcia@irs.gov by Monday, June 29, 2015 at 8:00 AM EDT. The e-mail subject line must contain the text: "Questions to RFP Q6QT0107C01000"

U.S. TREASURY ECONOMIC CRIMES ADVISORS

Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | Published December 22, 2015  -  Deadline June 30, 2016
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The U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Technical Assistance (OTA) is recruiting individuals on a competitive basis to serve as resident (long-term) and/or intermittent (short-term) advisors under personal services contracts, for its Economic Crimes Team. This recruitment is for assignments globally, with significant international travel required. Expertise in the development of anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing (AML/CFT) regimes, including the application of international standards in the regulatory and law enforcement arena, is particularly valuable. A minimum of ten years of experience is required. QUALIFICATIONS: Treasury is seeking candidates who possess expertise in financial sector (banks, money service business, securities, insurance, etc.) regulation and examination; investigation and prosecution of financial crimes; and/or the operation of financial intelligence units. Background in forensic accounting; internal audit; asset tracing and forfeiture; legislative drafting; electronic evidence methods; business process planning and information technology application; and/or curriculum development and adult education are also valued, as is foreign language ability. Prior overseas experience working or training in challenging environments; managerial experience; as well as foreign language fluency should be highlighted by applicants, but are not mandatory requirements. Candidates must be U.S. citizens. SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salaries will be negotiated in accordance with program regulations based on demonstrated salary history. The salary ranges are from $72.72 per hour for intermittent advisors to $78.78 per hour for resident advisors. Overseas benefits are provided as allowed by federal regulations. Successful applicants must be able to obtain medical and security clearances. HOW TO APPLY: Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by e-mail to: recruitment@ota.treas.gov or by mail to: Office of Technical Assistance ATTN: Recruitment Coordinator 740 15th Street, N.W. - 4th Floor Washington, D.C. 20005 Please reference Solicitation A16035 on your cover letter and resume. When e-mailing, the subject line must contain the following: Solicitation A16035 - Economic Crimes Advisor - Applicant's Last Name, First Name. The Procurement Office and the contracting officer do not handle resumes or respond to questions concerning this announcement. Please contact recruitment@ota.treas.gov with any questions. Please be advised that all contractors, if hired, must obtain a Data Universal Number (D-U-N-S). Only applicants to be interviewed will be contacted. No phone calls please and no hand carries. If you wish to be considered for this announcement and all future announcements for the Economic Crimes Program, you must state so in the cover letter to your application. This announcement is open and continuous until June 30, 2016 although selections may be made in advance of that date. The U.S. Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer

U.S. TREASURY ECONOMIC CRIMES ADVISORS

Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | Published January 22, 2015  -  Deadline June 30, 2015
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U.S. TREASURY ECONOMIC CRIMES ADVISORS The U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Technical Assistance (OTA) is recruiting individuals on a competitive basis to serve as resident (long-term) and/or intermittent (short-term) advisors under personal services contracts, for its Economic Crimes Team. This recruitment is for assignments globally, with significant international travel required. Expertise in the development of anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing (AML/CFT) regimes, including the application of international standards in the regulatory and law enforcement arena, is particularly valuable. A minimum of ten years of experience is required. QUALIFICATIONS: Treasury is seeking candidates who possess expertise in financial sector (banks, money service business, securities, insurance, etc.) regulation and examination; investigation and prosecution of financial crimes; and/or the operation of financial intelligence units. Background in forensic accounting; internal audit; asset tracing and forfeiture; legislative drafting; electronic evidence methods; business process planning and information technology application; and/or curriculum development and adult education are also valued, as is foreign language ability. Prior overseas experience working or training in challenging environments; managerial experience; as well as foreign language fluency should be highlighted by applicants, but are not mandatory requirements. Candidates must be U.S. citizens or U.S. resident aliens. SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salaries will be negotiated in accordance with program regulations based on demonstrated salary history. The salary ranges are from $72.72 per hour for intermittent advisors to $78.78 per hour for resident advisors. Overseas benefits are provided as allowed by federal regulations. Successful applicants must be able to obtain medical and security clearances. HOW TO APPLY: Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by e-mail to: recruitment@ota.treas.gov or by mail to: Office of Technical Assistance ATTN: Recruitment Coordinator 740 15th Street, N. W. - 4th Floor Washington, D.C. 20005. Please reference Solicitation A15035 on your cover letter and resume. When e-mailing, the subject line must contain the following: Solicitation A15035 - Economic Crimes Advisor - Applicant's Last Name, First Name. Please be advised that all contractors, if hired, must obtain a Data Universal Number (D-U-N-S). Only applicants to be interviewed will be contacted. No phone calls please and no hand carries. If you wish to be considered for this announcement and all future announcements for the Economic Crimes Program, you must state so in the cover letter to your application. This announcement is open and continuous until June 30, 2015 although selections may be made in advance of that date. The U.S. Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Design, Develop and Implement e-Delivery Products

Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | Published November 13, 2014  -  Deadline November 26, 2014
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This is a Pre-Solicitation Synopsis for Rapid Applications & Technology E-Learning, REQ # J5J011TCA00000, which serves as notification to industry of the Internal revenue Service's intent to procure assistance with automation projects and initiatives including design, development, consultation, systems integration and implementation services for new websites and websites with a back end data base. THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL. Information received will be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement. The proposed action will be a 100% woman owned small business set-aside. Offers are only to be solicited from Woman-Owned Small Businesses (WOSB) concerns expressly certified by the Small Business Administration (SBA).The WOSB will also have to provide documents to the WOSB Repository. The WOSB Program Repository is a document repository maintained by SBA. The solicitation will be issued electronically in accordance with FAR 4.502 and 5.102, therefore, hard copies will not be provided. Vendors wishing an electronic copy may download it on or after the issue date by accessing the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website at http://www.fbo.gov. The Government anticipates awarding a single award Labor Hour contract from this synopsis. POP is Base plus 4 option years. Acceptable NAICS codes for this procurement are: 611420 - Computer Training 611430 - Professional and management Training 611710 - Education Support Services All firms are advised that registration in the SAM Central Contractor registration (CCR) database is required prior to award of a contract. Failure to register in the SAM CCR database may render your firm ineligible for award. For more information, check the SAM Website: http://www.sam.gov. Funds are not presently available for this project. No award will be made until funds are available to make payments under a contract. The government reserves the right to cancel this solicitation, either before or after the closing date with no obligation to the offeror by the government. The anticipated timeframe for the solicitation is March, 2015. CAUTION: This pre-solicitation will be issued electronically as will any amendments thereto. It is therefore incumbent upon interested parties to periodically access the above internet address in order to obtain any amendments which may be issued. Failure to obtain any said amendments and to respond to them prior to the date and time set for bid opening/receipt of proposals may render your bid or proposal nonresponsive and result in the rejection of the same. All responsible sources may submit a response which shall be considered by the Government. Inquiries/questions concerning this pre-solicitation notice may be emailed to Patricia Session at patricia.a.session@irs.gov.

National EMS Scope of Practice Model Revision

Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) | Published June 6, 2016
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This is a Pre-Solicitation notice (synopsis) for a procurement in accordance with FAR Part 5.203; to provide notice of the Government's proposed contract action listed herein. In 2000, NHTSA released the National EMS Education Agenda for the Future: A Systems Approach (Education Agenda).  The Education Agenda lays out a vision for helping the EMS education system align with other health professions and enhances the professional credibility of EMS practitioners.  It defines an EMS education system that is national in scope while being responsive to local needs - fostering consistency of provider levels across political jurisdictions. The Education Agenda includes five major components:  National EMS Core Content (published in 2005); National EMS Scope of Practice Model (published in 2007); National EMS Education Standards (published in 2009); National EMS Education Program Accreditation; and National EMS Certification.  The 2007 National EMS Scope of Practice Model (Scope Model) followed a consensus based process and defines national levels of EMS provider, including their entry-level skills and knowledge.  The Scope Model was successfully used to assist states as they reviewed and revisited the medical appropriateness of their EMS interventions based on the 2005 National EMS Core Content.  The Scope Model also acknowledged that each State has the statutory authority and responsibility to regulate EMS within its borders and to determine the scope of practice of State-licensed EMS personnel.  Today, the Scope Model is still being used by States to establish their own scopes of practice for their state which is consistent with the national model.  This helps to improve the consistency and uniformity of EMS throughout the nation while still honoring the unique needs of individual states.   Because newer scientific evidence is currently available that demonstrates improved patient outcome, several states have proceeded with implementation of new skills and interventions that exceed the national Scope Model.  However, other states are prohibited from implementing new interventions (e.g. therapeutic hypothermia in cardiac arrest, naloxone administration, hemorrhage control, etc.) until these new skills are added to the Scope Model and/or otherwise adopted through an Evidence-Based Guideline or consensus-based process. In 2012, NHTSA tasked the National EMS Advisory Council (NEMSAC) to revisit the Education Agenda to identify any minimal updates since the Education Agenda and all of its components were successfully developed and implemented.  In late 2014, NEMSAC presented NHTSA with its final recommendations.  One of the recommendations calls for revising the Scope Model on a periodic basis to remain up to date with medical practice and science.  It also added, like the 2000 Education Agenda, that State EMS regulators are to lead the revision process with input from the rest of the EMS community. The objective of the anticipated contract is to identify new evidence and science regarding the regulation and State licensure of EMS personnel; facilitate implementation of the Scope Model with State EMS regulators including medical directors; provide opportunities for broad public and EMS community input and participation; and revise the Scope Model, incorporating the new evidence and science as well as public and EMS community input into the document. Solicitation Information: The Government contemplates the award of a single Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF) contract.  The period of performance of the contract will not to exceed twenty-four (24) months.  The forthcoming solicitation and any related documents to this procurement will only be available electronically for download at https://www.fedbizopps.gov referenced by the solicitation number (DTNH2216R00061).  The anticipated issuance date of the forthcoming solicitation is on or about June 21, 2016. However, it is the Offeror's sole responsibility to monitor the Internet site for the release of the solicitation and amendments (if any). Potential Offerors will also be solely responsible for downloading their own copy of the solicitation and amendments (if any), as well as other related documents. NO FURTHER PROCUREMENT INFORMATION IS AVALABLE AT THIS TIME.

REVENUE POLICY / ADMINISTRATION /CUSTOMS ADVISORS GLOBAL ASSIGNMENTS

Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | Published December 22, 2015  -  Deadline June 30, 2016
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The U.S. Treasury Department Office of Technical Assistance is recruiting experienced professionals in Revenue Policy and Revenue Administration on a competitive basis for both resident and/or intermittent assignments under personal services contracts. This announcement is for Global Technical Assistance assignments. We are recruiting for assignments in Africa, Asia, and South and Central America and thus have specific interest in revenue policy or administration specialists interested in assignments worldwide. For purpose of this document ‘revenue' includes tax and non-tax revenues as well as customs compliance. Current assignments, for example, include Republic of Georgia, Ukraine, Haiti, Paraguay, Burma, Cambodia, Guatemala, Mongolia, Liberia, Malawi, Rwanda, Guinea Bissau, Niger, Zambia, and Tanzania. Intermittent assignments can normally be expected to range in duration from two to six weeks in support of existing revenue projects. Applicants must be willing to accept global assignments requiring significant and often arduous international travel. Resident assignments, though few in number, may place advisors in a host country for one year or more. QUALIFICATIONS: Treasury is seeking candidates who possess expertise in revenue policy or revenue administration, including customs administration. Revenue administration experts should have strong experience in any of the following areas of revenue administration: tax and revenue administration law, executive management, audit, internal audit / inspections, collection, customs, returns processing, tax forms design, taxpayer service and education, public affairs and media relations, human resources, training, and IT systems. Revenue policy experts should possess experience in any of the following: review, analysis and development of revenue and tax policy proposals; drafting and review of revenue laws and regulations; and the review and analysis of the economic impact of tax and fiscal policy changes and application of statistical modeling to revenue forecasting. Certain assignments require candidates to have significant project management experience, to include the ability to prepare project work plans, statements of work and manage human resources. Prior foreign technical assistance work and knowledge of a foreign language are highly desirable, but not required. There is a special interest at this time in individuals with both technical skills and bilingual fluency in Spanish/English, Russian (or Ukrainian)/English, and French/English. In addition to technical skills, we are looking for individuals with outstanding communication skills, capable of listening to the client and then providing effective oral and written responses. Candidates must be U.S. citizens. SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salaries will be negotiated in accordance with program regulations based on demonstrated salary history. The salary ranges are from $60.49 to $80.79 per hour. Overseas benefits are provided as allowed by federal regulations. Successful applicants must be able to obtain medical and security clearances. HOW TO APPLY: Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by e-mail to: recruitment@ota.treas.gov or by mail to: Office of Technical Assistance ATTN: Recruitment Coordinator 740 15th Street, N.W. - 4th Floor Washington, D.C. 20005 Please reference Solicitation A16043 on your cover letter and resume. When e-mailing, the subject line must contain the following: Solicitation A16043 - Revenue Advisor - Applicant's Last Name, First Name. The Procurement Office and the contracting officer do not handle resumes or respond to questions concerning this announcement. Please contact recruitment@ota.treas.gov with any questions. Please be advised that all contractors, if hired, must obtain a Data Universal Number (D-U-N-S). Only applicants to be interviewed will be contacted. No phone calls please and no hand carries. If you wish to be considered for this announcement and all future announcements for the Revenue Policy and Administration Program, you must state so in the cover letter to your application. This announcement is open and continuous until June 30, 2016 although selections may be made in advance of that date. The U.S. Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer

REVENUE POLICY / ADMINISTRATION /CUSTOMS ADVISORS GLOBAL ASSIGNMENTS

Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | Published June 18, 2015  -  Deadline July 1, 2015
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The U.S. Treasury Department Office of Technical Assistance is recruiting experienced professionals in Revenue Policy and Revenue Administration on a competitive basis for both resident and/or intermittent assignments under personal services contracts. This announcement is for Global Technical Assistance assignments. We are recruiting for assignments in Africa, Asia, and South and Central America and thus have specific interest in revenue policy or administration specialists interested in assignments worldwide. For purpose of this document ‘revenue' includes tax and non-tax revenues as well as customs compliance. Current assignments, for example, include Haiti, Paraguay, Burma, Cambodia, Guatemala, Mongolia, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Malawi, Rwanda, Niger, Zambia, and Tanzania. Intermittent assignments can normally be expected to range in duration from two to six weeks in support of existing revenue projects. Applicants must be willing to accept global assignments requiring significant and often arduous international travel. Resident assignments, though few in number, may place advisors in a host country for one year or more. QUALIFICATIONS: Treasury is seeking candidates who possess expertise in revenue policy or revenue administration, including customs administration. Revenue administration experts should have strong experience in any of the following areas of revenue administration: tax and revenue administration law, executive management, audit, internal audit / inspections, collection, customs, returns processing, tax forms design, taxpayer service and education, public affairs and media relations, human resources, training, and IT systems. Revenue policy experts should possess experience in any of the following: review, analysis and development of revenue and tax policy proposals; drafting and review of revenue laws and regulations; and the review and analysis of the economic impact of tax and fiscal policy changes and application of statistical modeling to revenue forecasting. Certain assignments require candidates to have significant project management experience, to include the ability to prepare project work plans, statements of work and manage human resources. Prior foreign technical assistance work and knowledge of a foreign language are highly desirable, but not required. There is a special interest at this time in individuals with both technical skills and bilingual fluency in Spanish/English, Russian (or Ukrainian)/English, and French/English. In addition to technical skills, we are looking for individuals with outstanding communication skills, capable of listening to the client and then providing effective oral and written responses. Candidates must be U.S. citizens or U.S. resident aliens. SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salaries will be negotiated in accordance with program regulations based on demonstrated salary history. The salary ranges are from $60.49 to $80.79 per hour, subject to the cost of living adjustments (COLA) in effect at the time of contract award.. Overseas benefits are provided as allowed by federal regulations. Successful applicants must be able to obtain medical and security clearances. HOW TO APPLY: Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by e-mail to: recruitment@ota.treas.gov or by mail to: Office of Technical Assistance ATTN: Recruitment Coordinator 740 15th Street, N.W. - 4th Floor Washington, D.C. 20005 Please reference Solicitation A15079 on your cover letter and resume. When e-mailing, the subject line must contain the following: Solicitation A15079 - Revenue Advisor - Applicant's Last Name, First Name. Please be advised that all contractors, if hired, must obtain a Data Universal Number (D-U-N-S). Only applicants to be interviewed will be contacted. No phone calls please and no hand carries. If you wish to be considered for this announcement and all future announcements for the Revenue Policy and Administration Program, you must state so in the cover letter to your application. This announcement is open and continuous until December 31, 2015 although selections may be made in advance of that date. The U.S. Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer

ECONOMIC CRIMES TEAM, GLOBAL PREVENTATIVE ADVISOR

Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | Published February 18, 2015  -  Deadline June 30, 2015
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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY OFFICE OF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ECONOMIC CRIMES TEAM, GLOBAL PREVENTATIVE ADVISOR The U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Technical Assistance (OTA) is recruiting an individual on a competitive basis to serve as the Global Preventative Advisor under an intermittent personal services contract for its Economic Crimes Team (ECT). The Advisor will know and have experience in applying international standards and requirements related to financial sector supervision, particularly in the context of international technical assistance related to risk-based anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) regime development. Significant international travel will be required. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Assess need for and potential for effective application of preventative-focused technical assistance to help remedy areas of non-compliance by international counterparts with international standards. • Design work plans collaboratively with international counterparts to address areas of noncompliance in a manner that provides for verifiable outcomes. • Work with ECT advisors and management to monitor work plans for quality control and to ensure progress towards established objectives and, where necessary, timely corrective action. • Provide routine reporting of program progress. • Prepare technical assistance tools (e.g., exemplars of financial institution examination manuals and corresponding policies and procedures; training materials, etc.) for utilization by the ECT and counterparts to promote sustainable reforms. • Follow developments related to AML/CFT preventative controls and update ECT advisors and managements on new standards, trends and other developments, including as a means of strengthening the capacity of the ECT as a component of the Treasury Office of Technical Assistance. • Assist ECT management with recruiting new advisors with the skills and competencies necessary to deepen the ability of ECT to provide assistance related to AML/CFT regulation and supervision. QUALIFICATIONS: Treasury is seeking candidates who possess knowledge and experience in financial sector (banks, money service business, securities, insurance, etc.) AML/CFT regulation and examination; experience with the risk-based approach to supervision; an understanding of AML/CFT international standards and best practices; and experience in providing relevant technical assistance. Knowledge in the development of AML/CFT regimes, including the application of international standards in the regulatory arena is particularly valuable. Background in internal audit; legislative/regulatory drafting; and/or curriculum development and adult education are also valued, as is foreign language ability. Prior overseas experience working or training in challenging environments; managerial experience; as well as foreign language fluency, should be highlighted by applicants, but are not mandatory requirements. A minimum of five years of experience is required. Candidates must be U.S. citizens. SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salaries will be negotiated in accordance with program regulations based on demonstrated salary history. The hourly rate is $72.72. Successful applicants must be able to obtain medical and security clearances. HOW TO APPLY: Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by e-mail to: recruitment@ota.treas.gov or by mail to: U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Technical Assistance, ATTN: Recruitment Coordinator 740 15th Street, N. W. - 4th Floor Washington, D.C. 20005. Please reference Solicitation # A15043 on your cover letter and resume. When e-mailing, the subject line must contain the following: Solicitation A15043 - Economic Crimes (Global Preventative) Advisor - Applicant's Last Name, First Name. Please be advised that all contractors, if hired, must obtain a Data Universal Number (D-U-N-S). Only applicants to be interviewed will be contacted. No phone calls please and no hand carries. This announcement is open and continuous until June 30, 2015 although selections may be made in advance of that date. All Inquiries should be sent to recruitment@ota.treas.gov. The U.S. Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer

ECONOMIC CRIMES TEAM GLOBAL FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE UNIT /FINANCIAL CRIMES TASK FORCE

Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | Published January 30, 2015  -  Deadline February 28, 2015
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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY OFFICE OF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ECONOMIC CRIMES TEAM GLOBAL FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE UNIT / FINANCIAL CRIMES TASK FORCE The U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Technical Assistance (OTA) is recruiting an individual on a competitive basis to implement the Global Financial Intelligence Unit / Financial Crimes Task Force program under an intermittent personal services contract for its Economic Crimes Team. The Advisor will develop and monitor the implementation of ECT technical assistance programs aimed at strengthening counterpart anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing (AML/CFT) regimes. Significant international travel will be required. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Conducting assessments to identify jurisdictions with sufficient political will and need to support initiation of an AML/CFT technical assistance program. • Developing proposals and budgets to support programs. • Coordinating affairs with Embassies and outside funding sources to initiate programs. • Identifying appropriate staffing for programs and intermittent assignments. • Developing Terms of Reference and Work Plans. • Monitoring the implementation of Work Plans, including by monitoring progress towards Work Plan objectives and program spending vis-à-vis allocated budgets. • Monitoring and providing routine reporting of program progress. • Instituting corrective action plans in situations where advisor and/or program performance is substandard. • Strengthening the capacity of the Economic Crimes Team, including as a component of the Treasury Office of Technical Assistance. QUALIFICATIONS: Treasury is seeking candidates who possess knowledge in financial sector (banks, money service business, securities, insurance, etc.) regulation and examination; investigation and prosecution of financial crimes; the operation of financial intelligence units; and/or the development of multi-stakeholder task forces or working groups focused on financial crimes. Knowledge in the development of AML/CFT regimes, including the application of international standards in the regulatory and law enforcement arena, is particularly valuable. Background in forensic accounting; internal audit; asset tracing and forfeiture; legislative drafting; electronic evidence methods; business process planning and information technology application; and/or curriculum development and adult education are also valued, as is foreign language ability. Prior overseas experience working or training in challenging environments; managerial experience; as well as foreign language fluency, should be highlighted by applicants, but are not mandatory requirements. A minimum of ten years of experience is required. Candidates must be U.S. citizens. SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salaries will be negotiated in accordance with program regulations based on demonstrated salary history. The hourly rate is $79.20. Successful applicants must be able to obtain medical and security clearances. HOW TO APPLY: Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by e-mail to: recruitment@ota.treas.gov or by mail to: U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Technical Assistance, ATTN: Recruitment Coordinator 740 15th Street, N. W. - 4th Floor Washington, D.C. 20005. Please reference Solicitation # A15040 on your cover letter and resume. When e-mailing, the subject line must contain the following: Solicitation A15040 - Economic Crimes (GFIU/FCTF) Advisor - Applicant's Last Name, First Name. Please be advised that all contractors, if hired, must obtain a Data Universal Number (D-U-N-S). Only applicants to be interviewed will be contacted. No phone calls please and no hand carries. This announcement is open and continuous until February 28, 2015 although selections may be made in advance of that date. The U.S. Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer

REVENUE POLICY / ADMINISTRATION /CUSTOMS ADVISORS

Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | Published January 15, 2015  -  Deadline June 30, 2015
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The U.S. Treasury Department Office of Technical Assistance is recruiting experienced professionals in Revenue Policy and Revenue Administration on a competitive basis for both resident and/or intermittent assignments under personal services contracts. This announcement is for Global Technical Assistance assignments. We are recruiting for assignments in Africa, Asia, Oceania and South and Central America and thus have specific interest in revenue policy or administration specialists interested in assignments worldwide. For purpose of this document ‘revenue' includes tax and non-tax revenues as well as customs compliance. Current assignments, for example, include Colombia, Haiti, Paraguay, Burma, Cambodia, Georgia, Guatemala, Mongolia, Malawi, Zambia, and Tanzania. Intermittent assignments can normally be expected to range in duration from two to six weeks in support of existing revenue projects. Applicants must be willing to accept global assignments requiring significant and often arduous international travel. Resident assignments, though few in number, may place advisors in a host country for one year or more. QUALIFICATIONS: Treasury is seeking candidates who possess expertise in revenue policy or revenue administration, including customs administration. Revenue administration experts should have strong experience in any of the following areas of revenue administration: tax and revenue administration law, executive management, audit, internal audit / inspections, collection, customs, returns processing, tax forms design, taxpayer service and education, public affairs and media relations, human resources, training, and IT systems. Revenue policy experts should possess experience in any of the following: review, analysis and development of revenue and tax policy proposals; drafting and review of revenue laws and regulations; and the review and analysis of the economic impact of tax and fiscal policy changes and application of statistical modeling to revenue forecasting. Certain assignments require candidates to have significant project management experience, to include the ability to prepare project work plans, statements of work and manage human resources. Prior foreign technical assistance work and knowledge of a foreign language are highly desirable, but not required. There is a special interest at this time in individuals with both technical skills and bilingual fluency in Spanish/English and French/English. In addition to technical skills, we are looking for individuals with outstanding communication skills, capable of listening to the client and then providing effective oral and written responses. Candidates must be U.S. citizens or U.S. resident aliens. SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salaries will be negotiated in accordance with program regulations based on demonstrated salary history. The salary ranges are from $60.49 to $80.79 per hour. Overseas benefits are provided as allowed by federal regulations. Successful applicants must be able to obtain medical and security clearances. HOW TO APPLY: Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by e-mail to: recruitment@ota.treas.gov or by mail to: Office of Technical Assistance ATTN: Recruitment Coordinator 740 15th Street, N. W. - 4th Floor Washington, D.C. 20005. Please reference Solicitation A15031 on your cover letter and resume. When e-mailing, the subject line must contain the following: Solicitation A15031 - Revenue Advisor - Applicant's Last Name, First Name. Please be advised that all contractors, if hired, must obtain a Data Universal Number (D-U-N-S). Only applicants to be interviewed will be contacted. No phone calls please and no hand carries. If you wish to be considered for this announcement and all future announcements for the Revenue Policy and Administration Program, you must state so in the cover letter to your application. This announcement is open and continuous until June 30, 2015 although selections may be made in advance of that date. The U.S. Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer

ECONOMIC CRIMES TEAM SENIOR ADVISOR

Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | Published December 3, 2015  -  Deadline June 30, 2016
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The U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Technical Assistance (OTA) is recruiting an individual on a competitive basis to serve as a Senior Advisor under a personal services contract for its Economic Crimes Team (ECT). The ECT operates through resident or intermittent engagements, assisting counterpart governments in the development and implementation of anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing (AML/CFT) regimes. This work is premised on sound partnerships with host-country ministries of finance, justice, and interior; central banks and other financial regulatory bodies; and financial intelligence units. ECT technical assistance is aimed at developing the capacity in counterpart countries to prevent, detect, investigate, and prosecute money laundering, terrorist financing, and the related illicit activity. It is comprehensive in nature and multi-dimensional in focus, to include mentoring and awareness-raising. Activities may also include legal framework development and training. This assistance ranges across the entire spectrum of governmental AML/CFT-related preventive and enforcement activities. Each engagement is individualized by the specific technical assistance needs of the country, and is managed and evaluated based on annual budgets, work plans, and Terms of Reference by the ECT Associate Director with support from Senior Advisors and Program Officers. The Senior Advisor leads efforts to develop and monitor implementation of ECT technical assistance programs aimed at strengthening foreign counterpart AML/CFT regimes. Qualified candidates will have knowledge of, as well as, experience in the application of international standards and requirements in the development of risk based AML/CFT regimes. Practical experience in the application of international standards in the regulatory and law enforcement or financial sector supervision arenas is particularly valuable. International travel will be required. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Conducting assessments to identify jurisdictions with sufficient political will and need to support initiation of an AML/CFT technical assistance program • Developing proposals and budgets to support programs • Coordinating affairs with Embassies and outside funding sources to initiate programs • Identifying appropriate staffing for programs and intermittent assignments • Developing Terms of Reference and Work Plans • Monitoring the implementation of Work Plans, including monitoring progress towards Work Plan objectives and program spending against the allocated budgets • Monitoring and providing routine reporting of program progress • Instituting corrective action plans in situations where advisor and/or program performance is substandard • Improve the effectiveness of the Economic Crimes Team in support of the mission of the Treasury Office of Technical Assistance and in support of Treasury priorities and senior leadership QUALIFICATIONS: Required qualifications: • Bachelor's degree; a Master's degree in a relevant field (such as criminology, international relations, international development, program management, etc.) or Juris Doctor is preferred. • Minimum of ten years experience, to include experience in at least one of the following: o financial sector (banks, money service business, securities, insurance, etc.) AML/CFT regulation and examination; o investigation and prosecution of financial crimes; o the operation of financial intelligence units; or o the development of multi-stakeholder task forces or working groups focused on financial crimes ; • At least five years of experience in a field related to technical assistance or combatting illicit finance. • Knowledge and understanding of the AML/CFT international standards and best practices. • Strong knowledge and experience of AML/CFT risk factors and drivers. • • Proficient in use of personal computers and MS Office Products and general office equipment. • Self-starter with ability to work independently and with confidentiality. • Exceptional analytical and problem solving abilities. • Ability to motivate the client and build consensus. • Ability to be flexible by changing focus and approaches based on needs of the client. • Strong communication and leadership skills. The following qualifications are desirable: • Experience in: o the application of the AML/CFT international standards and best practices o curriculum development and adult education; o program development/management; and o working with or in developing countries. • Background in: o forensic accounting; o internal audit; o asset tracing and forfeiture; o legislative/regulatory drafting; o financial examination; o electronic evidence methods; o business process planning and information technology application; and/or o development of AML/CFT policy. • Experience in the technical analysis of information to solve problems, make recommendations, associate findings with courses of action, etc.: • Knowledge of international financial institutions and their policies and practices. • Proficiency in a foreign language is highly desirable. • Preference given to individuals with current medical and security clearances. Applicants should highlight prior overseas experience working or training in challenging environments; managerial experience; experience in program and budget monitoring; use of international AML/CFT standards and best practices; and foreign language fluency. Candidates must be a U.S. citizen. An active security clearance is highly desirable. SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salaries will be negotiated in accordance with program regulations based on demonstrated salary history. The hourly rate is $79.20. Successful applicants must be able to obtain medical and security clearances. HOW TO APPLY: Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume. Please reference Solicitation # A16030 on your cover letter and resume. No phone calls please and no hand carries. E-mail submissions should be sent to: recruitment@ota.treas.gov. When e-mailing, the subject line must contain the following: Solicitation A16030 - Economic Crimes Senior Advisor - Applicant's Last Name, First Name. Mail submissions should be sent to: U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Technical Assistance, ATTN: Recruitment Coordinator 740 15th Street, N. W. - 4th Floor Washington, D.C. 20005. Please be advised that the contracting office does not handle resumes. Please be advised that all contractors, if hired, must obtain a Data Universal Number (D-U-N-S). Only applicants to be interviewed will be contacted. No phone calls please and no hand carries. If you wish to be considered for this announcement and all future announcements for a Senior Advisor, you must state so in the cover letter to your application. This announcement is open and continuous until June 30, 2016 although selections may be made in advance of that date. The U.S. Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer