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Founded in 1998, Tangible Security develops and deploys cyber-security solutions to protect our clients’ sensitive data, infrastructure, and competitive advantage. We have served our nation’s most security conscious government organizations with military grade requirements as well as corporate clients demanding more agile and affordable results. The value we deliver stems from the expertise of our people. They write industry-leading books (Gray Hat Hacking), serve on classified government projects, and deliver presentations at major events on critical security practices. They are the architects, pioneers, and sustainers of systems that we can seldom discuss publicly. Our cybersecurity products and services span: public key infrastructure (PKI) authentication integration/operations; enterprise cybersecurity assessment & testing; enterprise security program development; Governance, Risk Management, & Compliance (GRC); embedded device cybersecurity assessments; and secure development life cycle (SDLC) services.

One of Tangible's greatest strengths is its people—diverse, motivated people with the expertise and insight to tackle the toughest client issues. We're looking for hardworking, roll-up-your-sleeves people who like to achieve results and are dedicated to helping our clients meet their commitments. In return, we'll provide you with a comprehensive benefits program and opportunities to build your skills.

If Tangible Security sounds like the right place for you to make the next step in your career, then check out our Current Job Openings link and apply for the position that is the right match for you

Current Openings

Performance Management Organization Director / Contracts Manager

Location: Mclean, VA

Type: Full-Time, Exempt

Starts: October 16, 2017

The PMO Director will be instrumental in growing Tangible’s value through PMO quality governance and verification. This position requires an ongoing understanding of Tangible’s strategy and strategic objectives and regularly monitoring the company’s projects and project performance to ensure we remain aligned to our strategic objectives and goals.

The successful candidate will be responsible for establishing and running the Performance Management Organization with the objective of ensuring all projects are delivered using a best-practice Project Delivery Approach and are delivered within the agreed scope, time, cost and quality.

This role will be three-fold, firstly overseeing the portfolio of organizational projects, providing expert knowledge and support and monitoring progress and reporting on the portfolio status. Secondly, managing some internal projects directly, e.g., SOP development and ISO certifications. Finally, the development, introduction and on-going iteration of Tangible’s Project Delivery Approach.

The role is expected to provide strong leadership in a matrix environment to promote best practices in managing interrelated projects and programs to ensure successful delivery. This role will also ensure project resources have the correct toolsets and processes in place and that all relevant staff are trained and equipped to deliver successfully.

Strong project management and excellent organizational skills are fundamental, as is the ability to liaise with people at all levels of the organization.

The PMO Director will have the following responsibilities within the PMO and for the organization:
  • Refine, revise and maintain current PMO SOPs, in coordination with department SOP owners
  • Prioritize projects based on set criteria
  • Participate in strategic planning sessions and quarterly reviews
  • Understand the goals of each division and department and how those goals are aligned to the long-term strategy of the organization
  • Work collaboratively with divisions and departments to launch and provide oversight the most appropriate projects
  • Verify resource allocation per project needs
  • Regularly conduct reviews of progress toward completion of projects with the portfolio
  • Monthly reviews with Tangible client services and project managers regarding their project status and performance (In-Progress Reviews)
  • Maintain log of portfolio performance across all projects (portfolio stoplight chart) and variances thresholds: achievements, issues/risks, financial performance, HR/vacancies, technical performance, deadlines, CDRLs, etc.
  • Communicate regularly, developing strong relationships across the organization and with industry
  • Develop the PMO site and coordinate with each department and project manager regarding the accuracy, currency and completeness of content each owner posts and maintains on the PMO site.
Contracts Manager Function

The PMO Director will own Tangible’s contracts management function and be certified in Federal Contracts Management. In this function, the PMO Director will communicate and represent Tangible to the Government and to Private Sector customers regarding contracts’ terms and conditions and be the authoritative source regarding the FAR and DFAR clauses within Tangible’s contracts. This role will also manage subcontracts and verify Tangible’s procurement practices are in alignment with the FAR and DFAR.

Organizational Matrix Relationship:

The PMO Director will work in collaboration and support of all departments. As this role has governance and quality oversight responsibilities, it will report directly to Tangible’s President.

Required Education, Skills and Experience:
  • A Bachelors’ Degree in Business, Operations or Information Technology from an accredited is required
  • A Contracts Management Certificate from a Certified/Accredited Institution
  • At least 3 years Federal Contracts Management Experience
  • Experience renewing GSA Schedules and expanding LCATs and SINs
  • Experience managing GSA and agency audits
  • Experience with ISO quality management certifications
  • At least 3 years of ID/IQ Management
  • At least 3 years’ project management oversight
  • Experience developing SOPs, training guidance and mentoring project managers
  • At least 5 years working for Federal Information Technology contractors in at least four of the following areas: operations management, project oversight, contracts management, procurement and vendor management, IT management, financial management (payroll, time and expense), project control and invoicing, business development support, pricing, marketing support and customer satisfaction.
  • Must be advanced in MS Office Suite: Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Must be an excellent writer and accomplished in Excel workbook management
  • Secret Clearance is desired
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