Jeremy Arensdorf

Jeremy Arensdorf

Jeremy Arensdorf provides acquisition assistance, strategic assessments and communication support to federal agencies. Having been with Jefferson for over a decade, Jeremy has supported numerous federal agencies on a host of acquisition and management initiatives.

Jeremy leverages his expertise of project management, acquisition, communication and business processes to help agencies succeed strategically and operationally. His work includes:

  • Developing strategic plans, communication plans and implementation plans.
  • Conducting strategic organizational, workforce and business process studies.
  • Developing performance-based acquisitions across a wide range of subject matters.
  • Supporting acquisition and assistance offices in awarding contracts, grants and cooperative agreements.
  • Providing policy and legislation analysis.

In addition to supporting government clients, Jeremy manages Jefferson Solutions contracts, reviews and evaluates solicitations and business opportunities, develops teaming strategies, and leads Jefferson’s proposal process and responses.

He is Project Management Professional (PMP) certified, and active in a number of government-industry associations. From 2013-2014, Jeremy served as the Chair of the Acquisition Management Shared Interest Group for the American Council on Technology-Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) and served as the Vice Chair from 2012-2013. He has led multiple association projects to improve government-industry communication, including co-authoring the ACT-IAC Industry Day Best Practices guidance.  In 2017, Jeremy was named to the Association of Proposal Management Professional’s (APMP’s) inaugural class of 40 Under 40 recipients.  The award recognizes proposal professionals from across the globe who have made a noticeable impression on their companies and the overall profession.

Jeremy received a Bachelor of Arts degree with high distinction from Hastings College. Previously, Mr. Arensdorf served as Director of Forensics (competitive speaking) at Doniphan-Trumbull High School in Nebraska, where he created one of the top speaking programs in the state. He is frequently invited to adjudicate local, state, regional, and national forensics tournaments.