Lead Financial Management Analyst performing budget and financial analysis for the Department of Navy
- Financial Management Analyst at Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP)
- Operations Manager at The Sherwin Williams Co.
31 years at this Job
- Bachelor's - Business Administration
- High school - College Preparatory
Serve as member of a team providing consulting services to the Department of Energy's Office of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) in accounting, budget and contract execution and management.
• Apply analytical techniques to a variety of duties related to budget analysis and financial management
• Analyze, forecast and interpret functions associated with the management and control of resources of funds
• Track and control of funds for the organization's programs and activities
• Prepare reports utilizing Microsoft Excel on budget formulation and execution
• Research regulatory material to locate appropriate procedures or various financial transactions
• Establish and execute contract management plans, including cost schedules and analysis
• Perform contract oversight and surveillance on complex IT operations contracts
• Draft contractual modifications, as required by Government Contracting Officers
• Formulate a variety of reports utilizing Microsoft Excel in order to collect contract data
• Review and analyze monthly, quarterly and annual contract spending and provide guidance on areas of budget adjustments for subsequent years
• Recommend policies/procedures as well as process improvements related to the projects
• Provide ongoing project financial status reports to the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO)
- Financial Management Analyst at Chickasaw Management Services, LLC
- Accounting Specialist at Chickasaw Management Services, LLC
- Financial Accountant at GlaxoSmithKline
- Accountant at RLJ Entertainment
2 years, 4 months at this Job
- Master's - Accounting and Financial Management
- Bachelor's - Accounting
GS-0501-12 Financial Management Analyst, Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC) Engineering Directorate, Advanced Design and Manufacturing (ADM) Division Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Maryland Maintain internal database for project support known as RPM. Legacy Financial System transitioned to General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS) in April 2012. Provide financial support and guidance to ADM Engineering personnel.
- Financial Management Analyst at Federal Government, Department of Army (DA)
- GS-0501-12 Financial Management Analyst at Federal Government, Department of Army (DA)
- GS-0501-09 Financial Management Analyst at Federal Government, DA
- Budget Analyst, ECBC R&T Directorate, APG, Maryland at SciTech Services, Inc
6 years, 7 months at this Job
- Associate of Science in Business Administration - Business Administration/Spanish
- Associate - Business Administration
- Business Administration - Business Administration/Spanish
- Associate - Business Administration
As a Financial Management Analyst assigned to NAVFAC engineering CMD MID-ATLANTIC, I have drawn upon my 10+ years of experience with the Department of Defense and applied my knowledge, skills, and abilities to positively impact command readiness. During my tenure, I have increased my in-depth knowledge and understanding in interpreting organizational budgeting, accounting, financial procedures, practices and regulations. In support of project managers, I apply a wide range of qualitative and quantitative methods for assessment and improvement of program and systems effectiveness. My extensive knowledge of official accounting systems DWAS, which is a Defense Working Capital Fund Accounting System, Standard Accounting and Reporting System- Field Level (STARS-FL), Standard Accounting Budgeting Reporting System (SABRS) and automated Financial Management systems such as Electronic Business Suite (EBSuite) and the Defense Travel System (DTS) has proven invaluable in ensuring command goals and objectives are consistently met on a daily basis. Ensure that all contract-related billing complied with company guidelines, prepare detailed account reconciliations and corresponding reports, and assisted in monthly closing procedures. Interpret the intent of financial statutes, agency regulations, and financial management regulations to provide guidance concerning accounting, budget, and financial actions. Review financial reports (e.g. commitments, obligations, expenditures) to determine the results of accounting transactions on financial resources. Review information in financial management systems to verify correct allocation and utilization of financial management resources. Brief a wide range of audiences (e.g., financial team, managers, and customers) regarding financial information, concepts and ideas. I secure funds to cover all job orders and prepares overage funding requests to solicit for additional funding. Communicate with various grantor program managers and financial personnel to facilitate funds transfer required to execute the operational test and evaluation (OT&E) program and meet mission requirements. Prepare, issue and review Military Interdepartmental Purchase Requests (MIPR DD Form 448’s), Claim For Reimbursement (STD Form 1164's), and Request for Work and Services, Request for Contractual Procurement (NAVCOMPT Form 2275/2276's), to fund travel, range, equipment, flying hours and contractor support. Utilize expert knowledge of automated financial management systems to actively research and extract financial data and monitor the control of obligations, commitments and expenditures for reporting by preparing, managing, and processing incoming/outgoing Reimbursable Work Orders (RWO’s) and Direct Cite(Contract) funding documents critical to COMOPTEVFOR's Funds Administration. Provide oversight and guidance to civilian and military personnel in fiscal matters ensuring organizational financial transactions are in compliance with governing regulations, laws and policies. Provides OTD training and input for OTD manual updates, liaisons between program managers (PMs), Operational Test Coordinators/Directors (OTCs/OTDs), budget divisions and other staff offices connected with the budget process. Evaluate the status/stability of current and future operating programs for effectiveness in achieving program objectives and financial/budgetary implications. Work collaboratively with PMs, Contracting Officers and specialists to ensure availability of funds and accuracy of Statement of Work (SOW), line of accounting, and documentation prior to placing funds on contract. Communicate policy and guidance and liaisons between subordinate commands and assigned technicians at Defense Finance and Accounting Services (DFAS) and Defense Travel Management Office (DTMO) in resolving complex financial issues and all suspense items related to program funding. Develop annual budget requests and implement legal and regulatory control over approved budgets to ensure the legality of the command’s financial ledgers. Validate lines of accounting for reimbursable and direct cite (contract) funding; Use SABRS/STARS-FL to reconcile commitments, obligations and expenditures from excel spreadsheets and working papers for reimbursable documents. Enter transactions in SABRS/STARS-FL utilizing fast path screens. Conduct obligation validation and tri-annual reviews to ensure accuracy, validity, and integrity of financial transactions; take the appropriate measures as required to increase/decrease funds. Upload all reimbursable funding documents to DFAS Corporate Electronic Document Management System (CEDMS). Collaborate closely with budget analysts to ensure funding is properly and promptly executed. Collect data to provide input in reports for data calls such as Obligation Validation Reviews/Phasing Plans and Monthly Execution Reports. Run data queries, analyze data output, identify trends, weaknesses and discrepancies, and make recommendations based on results of analysis ensuring the most complete and accurate representation of cost information possible. Perform analysis, interpretation and reconciliation of financial statements/accounts valued in excess of $12.3 million on a monthly basis using STARS-FL, EBSuite and Excel spreadsheets; resolve unmatched and undistributed disbursements, records and abnormal balances. Document balances; determine errors in data captured in databases and takes corrective action. Perform end of fiscal year execution close-out in accordance with the FMR and guidelines established by higher authority.
- Financial Management Analyst at Office of the Commanding Officer of NAVFAC ENGINEERING CMD MID-ATLANTIC
- Financial Management Technician at Commander, Operational Test and Evaluation Force(Dept of Navy)
- Customer Service Technician at Separations and Retirement
- Separations and Retirement Technician at US Army Reserve (Active) - Walter Reed Army Medical
1 year, 1 month at this Job
- BS - Accounting
Comptroller Department, Budget Division
Supervisor: Jeff Rungren (805) 228-8304
• Created and maintained FY15 Command overhead manpower and standard cost function files to ensure all overhead requests were within the FY15 overhead target issued by headquarters. Worked with Business Managers of technical departments in maintaining and validating overhead requests. Prepared high level briefs which were presented to the Deputy Technical Director, Department Heads, and Business Managers.
• Contributed to end of fiscal year carryover goal achievement. Retrieved carryover funding reports, analyzed funding and cost status to ensure department Business Managers were on track with their carryover targets. Trained another Financial Analyst in the Budget Division on carryover management tasks.
• Worked on and submitted various funding/cost data call requests and budget exhibits from NAVSEA Headquarters including: Naval Laboratory and Centers Coordinating Group (NLCCG) Management Analysis Report, Contractual Services, and CP-7 (Civilian Personnel).
• Continue to work on below GS-11 job duties and tasks.
- Financial Management Analyst, GS at NAVSEA- Naval Surface Warfare Center
- Financial Management Analyst, GS at NAVSEA- Naval Surface Warfare Center
- Financial Management Analyst, GS at Homeport
4 years, 10 months at this Job
- B.S. - Finance
Bedford, MA September 2018 to Present
BTAS provides federal and commercial customers with business and technological solutions for program management, engineering, information technology, security, communications and marketing
Financial Management Analyst
• Provide all division level financial management metics.
• Maintain Congressional Tracker, Track and reports monthly execution of all active funds (all program elements, all BPACs, all active years).
• Consolidate branch inputs and answers all Financial Management suspense.
• Administer the assessment funding to include maintaining compliance with congressional limitations as well as managing cash flow under continuing resolution authority.
• Track and report travel.
• National Science Foundation Reporting.
- Financial Management Analyst at BTAS, Hanscom AFB
- Systems Accountant at ARCENT METIS SOLUTIONS LLC
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- U.S. Army + Program Executive Office Enterprise System (PE OEIS) at DEFENSE LEARNING SYSTEM
4 months at this Job
- Master of Business Administration in Business Administration - Business Administration
- Bachelor of Science degree - Accounting
990 USS Thomas Jefferson Drive Kings Bay GA, 31557 United States 06/2017 - Present Hours per week: 40 Series: 0505 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 11 Financial Management Analyst (This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: I perform and advise in all phases and systems of budget administration including formulation of budget and cost estimates to support plans, programs, and activities, including presenting and defending budget estimates before authorities, reviewing and evaluating budget requests, control and reporting of obligations and expenditures. This includes developing, determining and interpreting of budgetary policies and procedures. This often times requires analyzing and recommending costs and benefits of alternative methods of financial management of the organization's programs and administrative functions and providing advice on effective and efficient methods for the acquisition and use of funds to support the organizations programs and activities. I apply a wide range of standard practices and procedures to all phases of an annual budget and/or financial administrative processes and apply a wide range of analytical techniques to search results Review credit card purchase requests, procurement requests, MIPR (Military Interdepartmental Procurement Requests) and Training documents for proper line of accounting, expense elements and category codes. I ensure that all required supporting documentation is valid and attached to the documents and that the purchase/procurement are being processed in accordance with appropriation law. I realign/reallocate funds to support mission requirements. I review incoming reimbursable documents for proper accounting and accuracy, prepare GT&C's establish Labor and Material JONS (Job Order Numbers) for various mission requirements in STARS-FL and CFMS which includes verifying direct and reimbursable information in STARS. Supervisor: Janet Jancewicz (912-573-2541) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Contact me first
- Financial Management Analyst at Trident Refit Facility
- Accountant at Department of Veterans Affairs
- Financial Management Specialist at Department of Veterans Affairs
- Financial Accounts Technician at Department of Veterans Affairs
1 year, 7 months at this Job
- Associate - Management Accounting
- Bachelor's - Business Administration
20653 (301) 866-4098 Synectic Solutions, Inc. 22776 Three Notch Rd. Lexington Park, MD 20653 (301) 866-0037 Physical Work Location: PMA-208 48195 Shaw Rd B2807 NAS Patuxent River, MD 20670 As a Budget Financial Management (BFM) Analyst at PMA 208 Aerial Targets, I am responsible for supporting the Target Mission Support Systems (TMSS), Moving Land Targets (MLT), and Full Scale Aerial Target (FSAT) QF-16 Integrated Product Teams (IPTs) and for implementing the planning, programming, budgeting, and execution (PPBES) for these respective programs. This includes having full knowledge of the planning, budgeting and execution of Weapons Procurement Navy (WPN), WPN-6, Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Navy (RDT&E,N), Operation and Maintenance, Navy (O&M,N), and Other Customer Funds (OCF) and Replacement In Kind (RIK) funds. I am currently designated as the program office RDT&E, N Budget Coordinator and am the overall responsible BFM for the RDT&E, N budget and funds. I have also previously served as the OMN Budget coordinator and supported the planning, programming and execution for the following Operation and Maintenance, Navy (O&M, N) programs: Subsonic BQM-34 and BQM-74, Supersonic AQM-37 and GQM-163, Moving Land Target (MLT), Target Mission Support System (TMSS), Improved Tactical Air-Launched Decoy (ITALD), and Target Threat Simulation Program (TTSP). Recurring Responsibilities: My financial responsibilities include working with the IPT and providing sound financial advice to ensure all financial plans are realistic, executable, and would meet the goals of the program office, while also ensuring these plans are within the boundaries of financial, fiscal laws, directives and regulations. This is accomplished by interacting with the IPT on a daily basis and analyzing financial ledgers, execution data, financial data and trend analysis derived from the automated financial system (Navy Enterprise Resource Planning (N-ERP)) to help facilitate a complete assessment of financial health, with a focus on obligations and expenditures. This includes tracking execution status, identifying trend analysis and/or problem areas, and working with the IPTs for an appropriate course of action to resolve any issues and ensure funds are executed in a timely manner. I regularly compare our financial status to the submitted obligation plan and Navy Financial Management and Budget (FMB) and Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Comptrollers benchmarks. I also assist the Lead and Deputy BFMs by working with the IPTs to provide responses to internal and external data calls and drills (i.e. Congressional inquiries, variance reports, sequestration drills, resource sponsor questions, etc.). These drills sometimes require interpreting, assessing and projecting potential impact of new and/or revised Congressional marks or legislation. I am also responsible for analyzing data and providing input for various program office and Program Executive Office (PEO) briefs. For example, I provide financial slides for the Executive Review Board (ERB) briefs, Mid-Year Review Briefs, and other Program Office and Program Executive Office (PEO) Briefs as required. I also work with the IPTs to build financial execution briefs for our annual internal Program Office Execution review. This includes planning and budgeting for the upcoming year, resource management and staffing requirements, using command staffing reports to build a financial ledger, and the development of a realistic obligation plan for the upcoming year based on prior year trends and current needs and/or expectations. My funding execution responsibilities include preparing, reviewing, tracking and reconciling funding documents (WX, RX, MIPRs, & PID/PRs) for the O&M, N, WPN, WPN-6, and RDT&E, appropriations. This review includes verifying/analyzing the requirement and that funding has been allocated for that particular purpose and reviewing supporting documentation for accuracy and financial compliance. To track the obligations and expenditures I utilize Navy ERP reports (i.e.: Budget Hierarchy, Daily Funds Status), CHOOSE, Shared Data Warehouse and contract/accounting data. I scan for funds flow issues, research discrepancies, reconcile and correct unmatched disbursements. Daily funds execution requires working closely with members of the IPT to ensure that their current funding requirements are captured in the budget and that the correct funding actions and appropriations are being pursued. In preparation for future execution year, I build budget structures and work with the IPT to develop the Work Assignment Agreements (WAA), program ledgers and phasing plans. Key responsibilities also include assistance with budget formulation & coordination; review, preparation, and submission and providing the IPTs with budgetary advice. I have assisted in the development and input of O&M,N requirements into the Ordnance Programs Optimization Model (OPOM) requirements database. Once requirements are defined, I assist the lead BFM in the development of the O&M,N budget exhibits (OP-5, PB-15, PB45) . In preparation for the Program Objective Memorandum (POM) budget cycles, I monitor the Program Budget Information System (PBIS) database on a recurring basis so that I can forecast potential funding issues and keep the IPT and lead BFM apprised of such changes to our funding profile. Prior to the budget controls being locked, I work with the IPT to craft possible changes to the budget exhibits based on the anticipated changes to the budget controls seen in PBIS. Once budget controls are released; I evaluate and review the requirements with the IPT to ensure the budget is consistent with the overarching program intent and success. Once the budget formulation is complete, I assist in reviewing the exhibits for accuracy, consistency, and provide them to the IPT members and lead BFM for final review. My budgeting responsibilities also include assisting with the update and submission of the Budget Object Classification System (BOCS), as well as responding to questions from the Comptroller with regard to the budget submission.
- Business Financial Management Analyst at PMA-208 Aerial Target and Decoy Systems
- Earned Value Analyst at PMA-274 Presidential Helicopters Program
- Senior Financial Analyst at PMA-274 Presidential Helicopters Program
9 years, 6 months at this Job
- Associates Degree - Business Management
- High School Diploma
Financial Management Analyst at Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center (MARMC) responsible for providing financial advisory services for the Facilities business unit segment (C1100) and Executive Department (C100) of the organization’s annual budget, Payroll Lead, and Budget Formulation. Develops the spend/phasing plans for the command and formulates and submits various budget exhibits throughout the PPBE cycle. These include the OP-32, PB-23, CP-23, CBT 1 & 2 for DoN, OSD, Certified OBs and PresBud cycles. Runs various daily reports to track the availability of cash, obligation and expenditure rates, and labor data. Gathers and reports data for Mid-Year Review. Generates weekly, quarterly and annual financial reports and trend analysis to formulate annual requirements, phasing and spend/budget plans for C1100, MARMC’s Facilities department, based on annual planned projects, projecting 5+ years, covering smaller and large dollar amount projects. Plans, develops, and executes funding of contracts ensuring all documents are legal, proper and correct. Provides budget guidance and financial, budgeting and phasing advice to managers for decision making concerning the formulation of budget plans based on applicable laws, regulations and policies. Recommends initial estimates to use and methods of prioritizing annual requirements to program managers, as well as assisting in gathering the appropriate supporting documentation to support budget requests, mediating significant problems as needed. Manages/budgets approx. $39 million dollars annually (in-house or outsourced) for C1100 Facilities Department which includes the command’s annual Training Budget, I.T. Budget per the PBIS I.T., and Facilities budget (for all MARMC buildings and locations). Monitors costs and compares actual obligations and expenditures to planned obligations and expenditures for current fiscal year. Coordinates, monitors, and processes funding requests (WRs 2275s, MIPRs, RCs 2276s) both in-house via MARMC’s Contracts Department and to external commands (NAVSUP, NAVFAC, and others). Ensures availability of funds, suitability of procurements, correct LOA format, and that request follows budget and phasing plans to avoid Anti-Deficiency Act (ADA) violations. Retains and uploads supporting documentation in support of FIAR requirements into the accounting feeder system, Command Financial Management System (CFMS). Lead over Payroll, reviewing weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly labor reports. Reviews all labor suspense transactions for accuracy and bi-weekly labor corrections are processed on time. Runs bi-weekly labor report after labor suspense and corrections are processed. Implements controls over approved annual budgets in support of Financial Improvement Audit Readiness (FIAR), analyzes and implements new initiatives as required. Responds to internal and external audits involving financial management policy and procedures, identifying key internal controls and implementing controls as needed. Assists in the evaluation of the effectiveness of internal controls, administrative processes, and efficiency of operations in order to prevent, detect and correct fraud, waste and abuse in such systems. Maintains instructions/processes that comply with applicable financial regulations and policies. Sources of guidelines, policies, procedures and methods include Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and Defense FAR (DFAR), various United States Codes, OMB Circular’s, GAO Red Book, Financial Management Regulations (DoD FMR), and others. Responsible for daily analysis of accounting transactions concerning all active LOAs for current and expired years in support of FIAR, identifying and correcting discrepancies as needed. Corrects issues and errors with feeder system (CFMS) to ensure all transactions flow correctly into the official accounting system (STARS-FL). Regularly monitors balances/expenditures to avoid over-spending and recouping obligations when available and authorized by performing activity. Analyzes causes of suspension of transactions in STARS-FL and submits trouble tickets to DFAS for correction. Performs end of fiscal year execution close-out to ensure reimbursable funds are correctly billed and returning unexpended funds to customers. Systems used in the performance of duties include, but are not limited to: CFMS, STARS-FL, EDA, iRAPT, Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access), TWMS (financial management role), PBIS, PBIS-IT and others. Facilitated the successful stand-up of Rota’s (Forward Deployed Regional Maintenance Center (FDRMC)) financial department by providing in-person training between 16FEB2014 and 21MAR2014.
- Financial Management Analyst at U.S. Navy
- Accounting Technician at U.S. Coast Guard
- Data Processing Technician at Florida Pest Control
7 years, 3 months at this Job
- Master's - Masters of Business Administration, Accounting
- Bachelor's - Accounting
As the Point of Contact for the Division's day to day travel issues, I am responsible for implementing Division-wide travel policies, analyzing and evaluating travel and the financial activities necessary to properly execute the Division's budget and achieve management goals and objectives.
•Interpret and apply Federal Travel Regulations (FTR) and Departmental travel policy and procedures pertaining to non-routine travel issues.
•Recommend and interpret Division policy and procedures concerning the travel of Division employees.
•Counsel Division management and employees on complex and complicated questions and policy related issues.
•Oversee and monitor the Government issued charge card program.
•Provide oversight for the Division's general travel account.
•Reviews requests for travel authorizations and vouchers for official travel for completeness and accuracy.
•Runs appropriate financial reports to be able to explain any deviations between claim amounts and actual payments.
•Provides information to the traveler such as subsistence and per diem rates, methods of reimbursement computations, allowance expense claims and the like.
•Monitor the progress of activities relative to the division's operating budget and being aware of the availability of funds, the timing of delivery of goods and services, and modify obligation amounts and periods of performance as necessary.
•Managing obligations consists of reviewing and analyzing reports generated by the Department of Justice's Financial Management Information System (FMIS), the Civil Rights Division's Budget Management System (BMS) and Document Control System, and the Law imaging system to ensure that financial records are maintained for all expenditures consistent with the Department's and Division's internal controls.
•Take appropriate action to correct errors which would otherwise recur in succeeding reports and to recommend modifications to the operating budget as necessary.
•Perform other administrative and clerical duties within the Financial Operations Staff on an as needed basis.
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- General Accountant, Cashier at Marriott
12 years, 6 months at this Job
- High school