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An IT services company is seeking a Government Contracts Corporate Counsel. The Corporate Counsel should have at least three years’ experience in a top law firm and an additional two years’ experience in an in-house legal department, involving significant experience managing all phases of local, state and federal government/ quasi-government contracting processes, including RFP’s and review and negotiation of public sector contracts. The ideal candidate must have in-depth knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations and must demonstrate the ability to draft, negotiate, and manage complex global IT and related services agreements with limited supervision, and should possess excellent communication and organizational skills. The attorney would be expected to work directly with business account team members and advise on a variety of day-to-day legal matters, with primary responsibility for oversight of legal aspects of the company’s government contracting activities. Experience with outsourcing, intellectual property licensing, or information technology contract negotiation is required. Ability to provide guidance with respect to state and federal licensing requirements and licensed activities is preferred. The position can be located in either Teaneck, NJ, Dallas, TX, Denver, CO or Salt Lake City, UT.
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