Experienced Administer and manager of a Army supply systems; maintains inventory control; supervises purchasing procedures, inventory handling and storage, record keeping, and stock control; is responsible for accounting and management of capital stock for units and installations; uses manual and automated property accounting procedures; develops and administers supply budgets for units or installations; forecasts and plans supply requirements; uses automatic data processing in the supply areas; gives technical advice to subordinate unit and activity commanders; establishes procedures for requisitioning, receiving, storing, and issuing supplies; establishes and maintains formal and informal lines of communication with supply control, maintenance, and transportation units with supported activities; may monitor or evaluate supply contractor's performance; prepares reports and correspondence, proficient on Commercial Enterprise Resource Planning and Systems, Applications and Products, certified GCSS-A administrator.
Supervises preparation of materiel control and accounting input for data processing and reviews output documents. Inspects and evaluates inventory management activities. Directs supply personnel in establishment and maintenance of supply and inventory control management functions. Analyzes statistical data to determine effectiveness of technical edit. Reconciles problems in automated supply accounting system. Computes, establishes, and directs modification to authorized stock levels. Determines equipment funding requirements and coordinates for funds availability with supported units and resource management activitiesDevelops, executes, monitors and provides input to the annual supply budget. Acts as primary advisor to the command and supported units, on all property accountability and organizational-level supply matters
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Serves as the Property Accounting Technician in both operational and generating force units. Ensures 100 percent property accountability is maintained, all authorized equipment is on hand, on valid requisition, or redistribution order. Locates and acquires standard and nonstandard equipment and supplies through military and non-military supply sources to meet unit readiness and operational requirements. Oversees/validates the small purchase program to prevent fraud, waste, and abuse. Determines equipment funding requirements and coordinates for funds availability with supported units and resource management activities. Develops, executes, monitors, and provides input to the annual supply budget. Coordinates acquisition and priority distribution of new equipment fielding with the Force Modernization Activity. Redistributes excess equipment throughout the command. Processes excess equipment for disposal after all redistribution efforts are met. Monitors unit and/or Government contractor supply operations to ensure compliance with policy and/or contractual requirements. Administers the Command Supply Discipline Program. Trains, develops, and mentors all Army personnel on supply policies, processes, and procedures. The Property Accounting Technician is the primary advisor to the command and supported units on all property accountability and organizational level supply matters. Won the Supply Excellence Award in 2016.
Attained a GPA of 3.98
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