PROGRAM ANALYST -
Provide programmatic support to a C4ISR client, including the administrative coordination and program management of timelines. Develop and update program documents, including acquisition Requirement Package documents used to generate a Request for Proposal to industry. Apply experience with the Army Acquisition and Life-cycle Management Process DoD 5000 series, program development, and sustainment. Monitor and track obligations and the use of budgetary resources for assigned programs. Analyze budget execution and assess budgetary performance IAW OSD goals. Create internal spend plans, submit obligation plans, should cost analysis and create monthly execution charts that speak to obligations/disbursements. Verify that obligation and expenditures occur on a timely basis in accordance with the annual work plan and regulatory controls. Develop Acquisition Requirements Package’s (ARP’s) to include: Independent Government Cost Estimates (IGCE), Service Contract approvals (SCA’s), Performance Work Statements (PWS), Quality Assurance Surveillance Plans (QASPs), Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL), Source Selection Evaluation Plans (SSEPs), Sole Source J&A’s, Acquisition Strategies, and more. Staff ARP products and produce multi slide briefings and reporting/tracking products for the PEO that milestones and tracks contracting actions. Develop and update program budget documentation for client deliverables, financial analyses, and presentations. Plan, develop, implement, and maintain budget and financial system documents and records. Analyze program and budgetary guidance. Review and validate obligation, expenditures, reimbursable orders, and requests for allotments, by examining accounting records and by reviewing financial documents.
Procurement Analyst –
Coordinates contract actions between the PM and the appropriate Contracting Center. Prepares pre-award documentation, including Urgency Statements, Sole Source Justifications & Approvals( J&As), Acquisition Plans (APs), ASA (ALT) Service Request Approval Forms, Performance Work Statements (PWSs), Statements of Work (SOW), associated Contract Data Requirement List (CDRLs), DD254’s, Quality Assurance Surveillance Plans (QASP), and others. The analyst will execute the approved acquisition strategy in conjunction with the assigned Principal Contracting Officer, the PM Customer Technical Lead, the Legal Office, the Competition Advocate, and the Small Business Programs Office. Administers contracts in the post award phase and implements the elements of the QASP on behalf of the Government client. Submits all contracting action plans to the PM Business Management Division to line up all contract actions with the appropriate budget planning to obtain timely funding and contract funding instruments.
Budget Analyst –
This position provides program and budget support to an Army PM Business Management Division (BMD). The budget analyst will assist the Program/Product Manager in developing Obligation Plans, P&R Forms, Weapon System Reviews and Program Objective Memoranda (POM) for support to the Army’s Planning, Programming, Budget and Execution (PPBE) process. The budget analyst will be responsible for budget execution, Smart Charts, planning, manpower resources/functional support agreements, contractual funding analysis, and external audit support. Budget planning includes coordination with standard accounting systems to enable tracking of funds availability, balance of obligations, and reconciliation of un-liquidated obligations. The analyst shall utilize the DoD standard financial systems, General Fund Enterprise Business Systems (GFEBs) and Standard Operation and Maintenance army Research and Development System (Accounting) (SOMARDs) to report, record, and analyze budgetary documents. Experience and proficiency with Microsoft Office including EXCEL and Power Point is needed. Security Clearance level is Secret. BA or BS Degree is desired.
GFEBS Implementation Analyst
GFEBS Implementation Analyst -
Candidate must provide expert support and technical assistance implementing General Fund Enterprise Business Systems (GFEBs) and ensuring that all financial requirements are met. Must have expert understanding of the systems that GFEBs either consumed, integrated with, or replaced. Requires a full understanding of accounting transactions and analysis and in particular as it relates to implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). Must have experience with legacy system transactions converting to ERPS. To provide adequate background knowledge and understanding the candidate should have experience in SOMARDS, CCSS, SFIS, LMP, GFEBS, and GCSS-Army. Some working knowledge of interfacing systems and transactions to include SNAP, SAMS, DSAMS, PPBBOS, ATAAPS, DCPS, DCPDS, RESHAPE, ACPERS, DCAS, ADS, SPS, PADDS, FCM, MOCAS, HQARS, ODS, and SRD-1. Provide GFEBS Training and assist users and management to understand concepts, language, and processes in their new system. Develop and implement financial system variance analysis processes and reconciliation processes.