Attentive Senior Management and Budget Analyst adept at tracking expenditures, resolving discrepancies and compiling data. Good multitasker, problem-solver and relationship-builder. Well-versed in accounting principles, fiscal law. Knowledgeable about analytical approaches, data modeling and trend forecasting. Advanced skills in General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS). Ready to offer 15+ years of experience and pursue a new role at the U.S. Army IMCOM Management Division.
Serves as a Budget Analyst for theGarrison with the planning, formulation, and execution of appropriated fund budgets. Reviews budget proposals for completeness, validate requirements and consolidate for command budget submission reviews, and approvals. Provide budgetary/financial management support to several directorates and staff with executing approved & allocated funds. Provide analysis of appropriations, program MDEP's and cost elements, reporting results through various systems including AWPS, RDMT, GFEBS, DTS, ATAAPS, DCPS, US Bank (GPC) and CitiManager (GTCC), ISR. Support the garrison & HQ staff with action taskings, reviews, and support with ongoing requests and data calls. This includes collecting, reviewing and establishing FY Budget requirements for garrison, identifying budget requirements in RDMT IMCOM database. Support garrison programs with financial/regulatory details and reclama's. Utilize RDMT requirements to fund MDEP programs in IOL. Make adjustments in AWAPS via BFAMS when needed, including moving of funds/allotments in GFEBS to appropriate SAGs. Independently request funding and adjustments to HQ IMCOM MDEP/POC analysts when needed. Based on years of experience with funding UFRs, have over 98% success rate with receiving funds.
Perform approved funding allocations in financial system (GFEBS) for command programs for current and prior fiscal years. Make requests to HQ Installation Command for additional resources of un-funded requirements (labor and non- labor). Support garrison personnel as Customer Service Representative (CSR) of payroll processing in DCPS and ATAAPS timekeeping system(s). Manage new employee records in the Department of Defense Army Payroll system (ATAAPS and DCPS). This includes maintain employee profiles with schedules, job orders/WBS accounts, W2's state tax withholdings, roster changes, certifiers and timekeepers. Manage personnel travel needs with travel authorizations and Government Travel Credit Card (GTCC) management.
Utilize the Defense Travel System (DTS) to establish employee profiles, privileges and budgets. Manage incoming/departing employees, GTCC Citicard bank profiles, charges and statements. Support Contracting command with managing Garrison Government Purchase Card (GPC) holders and accounts as US Bank Manager with account maintenance, review and funding limitations. Provide contract management for the Garrison with contract purchase orders for multi-year services and deliverables. Am the primary contact for the Garrison with issuance of PCS/PDT orders for incoming new hires and employees returning from overseas assignments. Utilize the JTR and DFAS regulations to determine entitlements and to provide travelers with claim assistance.
Receive/generate MIPR's and direct charge (DRCH) documents for Tenants residing on base and for support entities across the US. DRCH documents are necessary to collect funds for reimbursable services in; personnel support, PCS, travel, postage, printing, copiers, long-haul & wireless telephone services, transportation of freight and GSA lease agreements. Provide financial operations (FINOPS) support with the analysis of Garrison programs. Extract daily official reports IAW audit standards and readiness, including cost detail and labor execution for real time analysis. Perform corrective actions to system document errors, system interface errors, prior year review of aged obligations and overall contract/document cleanup. Support the Garrison & HQ staff with complex data calls. Develop complex spreadsheets with filters, pivot tables and formulas for analysis. Supervises a group of professionals engaged in budget analysis and execution as the acting Chief of Budget Execution. Plans regular work assignments, prepares plans to meet substantial changes in workload; justifies revisions in staffing levels, work priorities and deadlines. Develops and issues written instructions and standard operating procedures, and ensures compliance. Reviews work, and accepts or rejects products. Keeps professionals informed on management goals and objectives, as well as of changes in regulations, policies, and procedures governing work.
Served as a Management Analyst for the Network Enterprise Center at Presidio of Monterey (POMNEC). Planned, programmed, developed the operating budget. Responsible for the full range of Management analysis, Support Agreement, Internal Control and Manpower Management. Forecasted future year requirements based on the Army Enterprise Architecture (AEA) policy and guidance, and previous and present year budget expenditures. Provided input for short- and long-range budget impacts on the systems development and fielding programs. Validated and updated information technology (IT) investments in the Army's authoritative data source (ADS) APMS system. Maintained policies, procedures, and best practices guidelines for acquisition planning; requirements development; implementation, and other aspects involved with the procurement of IT products and services defined as baseline in the most current version of the Army-approved C4IM services list. Which included providing the operation, support, and maintenance of IT, long-haul communications, commercial satellite communications services, and commercial IT equipment with the services and any IT or operation of IT systems required for work performance. Developed memorandums of agreements (MOA) and service level agreements (SLA) to document the above-baseline, customer, and service provider expectations, and to ensure successful conduct of the full spectrum of the mission. Assisted with conducting the market research in accordance with (IAW) Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) part 10. Categorized information by past performance, requirements, competition, and market trends. Provided data for risk analysis in critical areas that may impact the requirement and performance results. Ensured CHESS was the contract vehicle used for all the procurement of commercial off the shelf (COTS IT) software and hardware and non-CHESS vendors provided a statement of non-availability (SoNA) and an approved Information Technology Approval System (ITAS) waiver by the Army Deputy Chief of Staff (DCS), G-6 prior to submission of the procurement request. As the POMNEC IT metrics representative, collected, compiled, reviewed, corrected, and/or modified and reported IT metrics. Assisted in the development of base operations baseline requirements. The IT metrics data is collected, and input is provided supporting Army installation services: Service 700–Automation, Service 701– Communications and Systems Support, Service 703–Cybersecurity. IT metrics provides identification of installation-wide trends, evaluation of the technology supporting each metric and the incorporation of Army strategic guidance, and plans affecting the installation. Served as the primary Billing Official (BO) for the Government Purchase Card (GPC) program. Ensured all purchase card transactions made IAW the procedures specified in the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) including the use of mandatory sources of supplies and services. Managed the efficient and effectiveness of the management of government resources were IAW the federal laws, Department of Defense financial guidance, as well as Army guidance. Developed and maintained the Internal Control Evaluation Plans (ICEP). Coordinated the completion of the internal control checklists and prepared the annual statement of assurance internal controls were in place. Ensured material weaknesses were identified, reported, and corrected action taken. Collected, analyzed, and validated the metrics of the information technology operations and infrastructure and reported to higher command. Built successful working relationships between vendors, program managers, and the acquisition team as a Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) of assigned contracts. Responsible for monitoring and managing contract operation and performance. Mitigated risk and helped avoid unexpected problems. Ensured contractor performs the requirements IAW the contract terms, conditions, and specifications. Preformed contract administration actions such as modification actions, termination actions, and payments. Interpreted contract provisions and provided appropriate guidance to achieve the mission. Provided assistance and advice with staffing strategies. Completed the FY20 Command Plan; responded by suspense date to manning reports, tracked requirement changes on the approved manpower models of required and authorized manpower and equipment for Table of Distribution and Allowances (TDA) manning document.
Served as a Budget Analyst for the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center. Performed management and budget analyst functions. Reviewed, analyzed, justified, approvals, and the execution of the operating budget. Developed plans and procedures for the formulation and execution of budgetary actions. Advised Directors of annual budgets, established staffing ceilings, program requirements, and milestones. Adjusted allotment and/or redistributed funds for assigned budget accounts. Performed long and short-range planning, budget forecasting and execution for programs. Analyzed, revised, and certified acquisition management organization (AMO) packets for assigned accounts. Served as funds distribution funds manager. Acted as the Budget Officer by providing guidance on training to staff and day-to-day operations. Maintained current knowledge on local policies, procedures, and written instructions from Financial Management Regulations (FMR), and Joint Travel Regulations (JTR). Trained and coached General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS) end users. Served as GFEBS Governance Risk Compliance (GRC) approver; created new accounts, assigned roles, and closed accounts in GFEBS. Performed preliminary Segregation of Duties (SoD) analysis/remediates SoD conflicts. Certify accuracy of role assignments. Substantiated GFEBS role-based training completions and granted access to the GFEBS system. Trained GFEBS users and team members. Established audit readiness with appropriate source documentation and identified populations to support line items on financial statements. Monitored and ensured full use of funds by analyzing the commitments, obligations, expenditures, disbursements to meet phased execution plans. Reported and identified solutions to problems relating to GFEBS and other financial systems. Communicated and coordinated with Defense Finance and Accounting Services (DFAS) to resolve discrepancies with IDoc errors. Certified invoices as Miscellaneous Pay Approver. Responsible for coordinating the planning and programming processes to develop input to the Program Budget Guidance (PBG) . Prepared for the Program Budget Advisory Committee (PBAC) reviews and analyze the PBAC results for acquiring funding for requirements and determine Unfinanced Requirements (UFR) for future funding. Resolved fund shortages. Served as key staff member Year End Close Out (YECO) processes.
Received over 20 Cash & Performance /Special Act Awards with Exceptional to Superior Performance Reviews.
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