BLDG SP-64 N841, 471 East C Street Norfolk, VA 23511-2419 United States 08/2015 - Present Salary: 69,381 USD Hours per week: 40 Financial Management Analyst Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Updated internal processes in the Disbursing Branch, which resulted in 100% compliance in our last command inspection. Performed analysis of cash requirements for 54 ships to ensure MSC's Cash Holding Authority (CHA) procedure is in compliance w/DoD FMR Volume.5, Chapter 3. Lead financial management analyst, responsible for training new employees and provide oversight of daily workflow. Oversee performance of all previous duties as a Financial Management Analyst GS-09. Conducted over 150 financial audits within the continental United States (CONUS) and over 70 Audits outside the continental United States (OCONUS) in order to do on-site examinations/performance based audits of appointed Deputy Disbursing officers (DDO) and Disbursing Agents (DAs) conducting official business under Disbursing Station Symbol Number (DSSN) 5207 to comply with Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR), DoD FMR Volume V, and MSC Instructions. Review and approve all ships' financial returns entered and process for 52 ships and on-site transactions in the Defense Financial Reporting and Reconciliation System (DFRRS). Conduct cash Analyze and approve cash authorize for Accountable Deputies and Agents to hold at personal risk. As Senior Financial Management Analyst, also Collaborated in the process of establishing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's) for MSC N481 Disbursing to ensure Military Sealift Command guidelines and the FIAR requirements are utilized in the Disbursing Financial Returns process. Provide training to Pursers, Deputy Disbursing Officers, and Captains, Disbursing Agents assigned to MSC vessels. Maintain program and administrative reference materials, project files and relevant background documentation for work completed ensuring compliances with record management regulations and instructions. Learned the MSC-FMS (Financial Management System) within 30 days and currently create and receipted over 165 Purchase Orders (POs) to obligate funding for travel advances, Cash -in-Lieu (CIL) payments, and other expenses in the MSC-FMS (Financial Management System). Train internal team members regarding methods and technics for problems to be solved, actionable events, milestones, mandated deadlines and required time frames. Make policies, procedures and written instructions available to all who need it. General accounting records, subsidiary ledgers and prepare all financial reports. Work on creating projects to Interprets laws, rules, and regulations and develops standard operating procedures. Provide technical disbursing and accounting expertise to assist in the design, implementation and assessment of procedures and internal control processes. Created and responsible for updates, changes and/all formulary edits to a massive MS- Excel workbook use to process a daily consolidate accountability report of 52 ships and all shore side transactions in the Military Sealift Command N841 Disbursing Branch. The workbook is accessed by N841 Disbursing Branch via the iNavy portal site in a SharePoint Environment. Create and receipted over 165 Purchase Orders (POs) to obligate funding for travel advances, Cash -in-Lieu (CIL) payments, and other expenses in the MSC-FMS (Financial Management System). Supervisor: Philip R. Gervase (757-443-2213) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Contact me first MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND Core NS East N8E4 Disbursing Po Box 7480 Virginia Beach, VA 23452 United States
- Financial Management Analyst at MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND
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4 years, 1 month at this Job
- Bachelor's Degree - Business Administration
Serves as a Financial Management Analyst and region point of contact overseeing the day-to-day Tri-Annual Review (TAR) on unfilled obligations for Command Navy Installations Region South East (CNRSE). Reviews outstanding funding documents to be reported on all three (3) phases of the Official Tri- Annual Review. Processes incoming funding documents within the established timeline of 3 business days with no more than 3 % returned for correction weekly. Collects, analyzes and consolidates data using the financial systems CFMS, STARS-FL, SABRS, EDA, and CHOOSE to ensure open obligations are valid and liquidated before the cancellation of the appropriation. In addition to review, other responsibilities include processing special products to include all Upward Obligations (UpObs) below $50K and processing Unauthorized Commitments (UACs) within five (5) working days. Utilizes specialized communication skills by telephone and precise emails to correspond with the Performing Activity on outstanding documents that require reconciliation. Implemented the use of statistical reports created in Cognos on a weekly basis to analyze the status of funds in order to reconcile all "In the Red" accounts and balance CFMS to STARS/SABRS. In this environment, I am able to garner results individually or as part of a team in order to provide effective and responsive customer service to both internal and external customers regarding TVR functions. Fosters financial awareness throughout Command Navy Installations Command (CNIC) by producing samples of various documents in support of the Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) Master Plan within 3 business days to achieve audit readiness objectives. Efforts in this area allowed the Command to improve upon day-to-day financial operations that enable sound management and improved resource allocation decision- making in the future. Researched, correlated, and summarized data to ensure mission-critical work is accomplished based on established milestones, schedules, and due dates. Actively monitor and track completion of work assignments by Microsoft Excel to ensure timely deliverables by defined and communicated standards. As the point of contact for the South East Region, I verify accountability and efficiency of work obligations by promptly adhering to office policies, rules, and regulations to validate financial documents. In the event of matters that require immediate action beyond my area of responsibility, concerns are addressed to supervisors and co-workers in a manner that is tactful and courtesy in order to maintain a cohesive work environment. Collaborated with supervisor to create an Individual Development Plan (IDP) for knowledge, growth, and advancement in financial management. Performance plans include elements and standards that identify clear and measurable (quality, quantity, cost, and/or timely) tasks and results aligned with CNIC's mission and goals. Exercises developmental opportunities, promotes and shares application of newly acquired knowledge or skills which allow for training all new personnel and rotating Interns. Attends mandatory, regular or routine meetings (e.g., All-Hands Call, Observances, etc.) and participates in work climate assessments. Successfully completed all annual mandatory training (e.g., TWMS/FM Certification/etc.) within prescribed due dates in accordance with CNIC policies and guidance. Performs effectively despite sudden deadlines and changing priorities that occur when validating TVR documents over a 5-year period. Recognizes the importance of appearance and works diligently to build trust and rapport with co-workers in the office and the regions under CNIC so the financial mission can be achieved. *Financial Services Professional
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- Associate Degree - Finance
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92155 Grade: GS/11 Assigned as Lead Financial Management Analyst for NSWCEN/N7 Travel department, responsible for supporting the NSWCEN Travel Manager. Responsible for providing valued assistance in the operations and management of the Defense Travel System (DTS) for the NSWCEN community and subordinate commands. Responsible for reviewing the organizing, formatting and data that is input on a variety of DTS documents and making sure they are done correctly and in compliance with the Joint Travel Regulation (JTR). Responsible for working closely with designated Non Data Entry Agents (NDEAs) to assist with inputting Authorizations/Orders and Voucher/Claims on an ongoing basis. Provide, when needed, guidance, technical expertise, and direct travelers on how to properly submit requests for travel and travel claims once travel is completed. Ensure DTS travel claims, which are submitted, by military and DOD civilians are in accordance with the JTR and Department of Defense Financial Management Regulation (DOD FMR) before it is submitted for final payment. In cases where needed, properly request and follow DTS helpdesk assistance to correct problem documents in DTS. Responsible for checking and paying off all balances for individuals travel periods as related to Citibank Card Management System (CCMS) at the time of member voucher approval. Ensure all travel payments are made in accordance with the Navy's split disbursement rule for member's personal accounts and their Government Travel Charge Card (GTCC) accounts. Assist with gathering data profile information to ensure disbursements of all travelers can be made timely and correctly. Responsible for the coordination between the Commercial Travel Office (CTO), N7 Travel Office, and the traveler to ensure flights are correctly arraigned and members are ready to travel. Responsible to follow up on Non-Submitted Voucher Reports and have members submit vouchers as soon as possible. As NSWCEN Agency Program Coordinator (APC), manage the GTCC program for NSWCEN and its subordinate commands to provide training of DOD travel regulations of the GTCC and its mandatory use while on official government travel. Process Citibank travel applications for NSWCEN on members seeking a GTCC or members whose accounts are no longer active and require a new account. Responsible to monitor all accounts to ensure members that are no longer a part of NSWCEN accounts are closed/inactive. Responsible to run and manage all Citibank monthly reports. Responsible for maintaining all files of command member's GTCC Statement of Understanding (SOF) certificates and GTCC training certificates. Also ensure members receive reminders when GTCC training is due to expire or to be completed also in the case of new arrivals to command.
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- Defense Travel System Functional Analyst at CACI Technologies, Inc
7 years at this Job
- Bachelor of Science in Business - Business
700 Hurst Road, Fort Bragg, NC 28303
• Serves as a Financial Management Analyst and team lead providing specialized financial services and assistance to finance and supply personnel located in various organizations assigned to 18th Airborne Corps on Fort Bragg, Ft. Campbell, Ft. Stewart, and Ft. Drum. Utilizes Funds Control Module, LDG, LIW, GCSS-Army, GFEBS, ILAP, ODS and WEBVLIPS to perform in-depth and rigorous analysis of data within the supply and financial management systems to detect interface problems and erroneous transactions.
• Conducts research of abnormal conditions such as paid in transit, account payables, and negative obligations and determine type of action for correction.
• Monitors financial and supply transactions in GFEBS and GCSS-Army. Review and monitor supply transactions in release strategy.
• Works UMD/UMC/UMT errors from GFEBS and GCSS-Army initiates corrective actions and/or submits adjustments to DFAS Rome.
• Provides financial and supply expertise regarding FCM, LDG, LIW, and GCSS-Army.
• Monitor the use of prior year funds in GCSS-Army and GFEBS. Perform cost transfers in GCSS-Army to ensure appropriate use of prior year funds re-utilization in GCSS-A when appropriate.
• Provides financial management support and conducts Fiscal Year End Close Out operations, and supports Audit Readiness objectives to include Joint Review Program (JRP).
• While deployed in support of 18th ABN Corp CJTF (Combined Joint Task Force) created and updated multiple standard operating procedures (SOP) that can be understood by all levels of the organization.
• Provided training to approximately 8 personnel to include civilians and military personnel on researching and clearing UMDs/UMTs and UMC's for the CJTF. Responsible for briefing senior leadership (Major General) on any packets going through the Joint Requirement Review Board and the Budget Officer brief. Responsible for maintaining the spend plan for the Joint Task Force Headquarter (CJTF) from January 2017 to June 2017.
• Pull and monitor Status of Funds to ensure accurate budget execution and adjustments as needed to stay within the established budget guidelines.
• Prepares and evaluate Status of Funds, Open Commitments and FMZ MOD's to ensure accurate obligations, expense and disbursements.
• Monitor and correct Fuel, Hazmat and DMLSS transactions within GFEBS.
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4 years, 1 month at this Job
- Masters - Business Administration
- Associates of Arts - Accounting
- Bachelors of Administration - Administration
Financial Management Analyst U.S. Marine Corps I have worked over 10,700 Documents for a total of $40,000,000. balances.
• Prepare, examine, and analyze accounting records, financial statements, and other financial reports to assess accuracy, completeness, and conformance to reporting and procedural standards.
• Present summary and detail level reports to upper management regarding financial statuses of the establishment.
• Establish tables of accounts and assign entries to proper accounts.
• Maintain and examine the records of government agencies.
• Review collection reports to determine the status of collections and the amounts of outstanding
• Manage the expenses and disbursements of multi-million dollar contracts with the USMC via SABRS.
Financial Management Analyst
U.S. Marine Corps
I have worked over 10,700 Documents for a total of $40,000,000.
- Financial Management Analyst at United States Marine Corps
3 years, 6 months at this Job
- High school or equivalent
Serving as a Financial Management Analyst supporting the Financial Operations Division of the DoD healthcare client. Responsible for the distribution of the Agency’s $3B budget. FAD processor for internal transactions, top line transfers, and quarterly funds distribution. Providing support for resource management functions such as interpreting financial data and trends in assigned programs, budget monitoring and execution against directorate spend plans, and forecasting resource needs by assessing the organization's financial reports, historical financial data and customer needs.
• Analyze, report and track financial resources expended in implementation of approved and funded programs and projects.
• Assist and prepare briefings to higher authority and draft responses for official external and internal inquiries/reviews.
• Retrieve, analyze and prepare status reports using current and prior fiscal year data for comparison with future requirements.
• Develop status of funds, management reports, and budget exhibits, based on current and accurate information.
• Analyze short-term resource needs to identify best use of available resources.
• Provide technical assistance in preparing internal budgets by evaluating proposed operating and financial plans in terms of the priorities and financial resources.
• Use and apply appropriate financial principles, procedures, and ensuring compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements.
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10 months at this Job
- Bachelors - Business Administration
• Assisted and advised Soldiers in ensuring their finance concerns were met by providing financial management and troubleshooting pay issues
• Researched DoD FMR Volume 7000.14R and the JTR to answer pay questions and for training purposes
• Generated reports detailing expenditures, disbursements, and obligations, verifying each line of accounting and analyzing major drivers in budget variances
• Assisted in maintaining personnel and financial records
• Secret Security Clearance
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- SEASONAL EMPLOYMENT at Sparks Personnel Services
2 years, 8 months at this Job
- Bachelor of Arts - Psychology
Provides assistance in the budget and accounting areas with Obligation Validation Review (OVR) quarterly reports and Financial Improvement Audit Readiness (FIAR) requirements; researching historical data for current and prior year recaptures of funding. Reviews obligations, expenditures, transfers of funds and similar budgetary transactions; utilizes Standard Accounting and Budget Reporting System (SABRS) and CFMS. Coordinates information to aid in the preparation of funding documents for the execution of INSURV's annual funding in the areas of travel, and supply requirements. GOVERNMENT TRAVEL CARD ALTERNATE AGENCY PROGRAM COORDINATOR: Runs monthly mandatory and optional financial reports to audit Individual Billed Accounts (IBA) for Government Travel Credit Card (GTCC) in Citibank. As the APC, validate expenses within the perimeters of travel timelines. Engage with Senior Leadership Bi-Weekly on delinquency status updates. Conducting periodic reviews for potential misuse/abuse and delinquencies has contributed to maintaining an annual delinquency rate of less than 2%. SUPPLY SYSTEMS ANALYST assists the Government Commercial Purchase Card (GCPC) Holder with the day-to-day functions by maintaining open communication with customers, vendors, and manufacturer representatives to inquire and/or respond to questions concerning material status, vendor payment, verification of receipt, clarify discrepancies and resolve problems. Assists in processing over 60 documents yearly estimating $75K. Solely responsible for maintaining electronic inventory, stowage and custody for assets totaling more than $100K. Implements procedures for properly issuing equipment valued at approximately $50K to more than 100 military and civilian personnel.
Provides assistance in the budget and accounting areas with Obligation Validation Review (OVR) quarterly reports and Financial
Improvement Audit Readiness (FIAR) requirements; researching historical data for current and prior year recaptures of funding.
Reviews obligations, expenditures, transfers of funds and similar budgetary transactions; utilizes Standard Accounting and Budget
Reporting System (SABRS) and CFMS. Coordinates information to aid in the preparation of funding documents for the execution of INSURV's annual funding in the areas of travel, and supply requirements.
GOVERNMENT TRAVEL CARD ALTERNATE AGENCY PROGRAM COORDINATOR: Runs monthly mandatory and optional financial reports to audit Individual Billed Accounts (IBA) for Government Travel Credit Card (GTCC) in Citibank. As the APC, validate expenses within the perimeters of travel timelines. Engage with Senior Leadership Bi-Weekly on delinquency status updates. Conducting periodic reviews for potential misuse/abuse and delinquencies has contributed to maintaining an annual delinquency rate of less than 2%.
SUPPLY SYSTEMS ANALYST assists the Government Commercial Purchase Card (GCPC) Holder with the day-to-day functions by maintaining open communication with customers, vendors, and manufacturer representatives to inquire and/or respond to questions concerning material status, vendor payment, verification of receipt, clarify discrepancies and resolve problems. Assists in processing over 60 documents yearly estimating $75K. Solely responsible for maintaining electronic inventory, stowage and custody for assets totaling more than $100K. Implements procedures for properly issuing equipment valued at approximately $50K to more than 100 military and civilian personnel.
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1 year, 1 month at this Job
- - General Studies
Financial Management Analyst
United States Special Operation Forces, Special Operations Command, Comptroller, Budget Analyst
• Gracefully took on the responsibility as Contracting Officer Representative (COR) for Naval Special Warfare Center
• Provided support to the Budget Officer for the preparation of the Ranges budgets and all fenced accounts, in accordance with Department of Defense regulations
• Compiled data and supporting documentation to justify budget submissions
• Planned and reviewed submissions to ensure estimates were in line with overall command mission of training
• Prepared, validated, and submitted recurring reports within established deadlines
• Produced the daily download of the financial system reports and daily status of funds
• Performed an analysis on a variety of budget reports and submitted monthly, quarterly, and annual reports
• Developed, reviewed, and updated standard operating procedures annually. This included the restructuring of organization training programs to increase employee's effectiveness
• Identified, analyzed, and improved existing procedures to meet new goals and objectives, such as increasing productivity and performance. Introduced process changes to improve the procedures to better match customer needs
• Provided support for audit readiness. Retained and organized supporting documentation that constituted financial transaction evidence substantiating the accuracy of all relevant financial statement assertions.
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1 year, 2 months at this Job
- Master of Arts in Teaching - Credential
- Master of Science in Organizational Leadership - Organizational Leadership
- Bachelor of Science in Psychology - Psychology
- Associate of Arts in General Studies - RELEVANT GRADUATE COURSEWORK
The major duties described below reflect the full performance level of this position: Supervisor: Jeff Lukasik, Supervisor's Phone: 216-204-3633
• Manages programs and processes in order to ensure efficient and compliant execution of financial management resources.
• Prepares and delivers briefings, training sessions, consultations and strategy sessions with other staff service functions and activities to influence managers and others to accept findings and recommendations.
• Assesses a variety of reports received from internal and external sources to develop formalized recommendations for management's consideration.
• Evaluates operations, policies, procedures, and internal controls of financial operations to prevent and detect deficiencies in the operation of financial areas.
• Receives special projects pertaining to improving the effectiveness and efficiency of financial management operations and related functional requirements.
• Directorate SharePoint Designer and maintainer. Configure standard site templates and site provisioning scripts
• Provide formal and informal training of content managers and end users on the best practices and standards of SharePoint site design
• Work with SharePoint administrators to migrate sites and content from on-premise environments
• Design, modify and maintain standard designs for DFAS Intranet and team site environments. These will primarily be using Office 365/SharePoint Online but may also include on-premise SharePoint farms and standalone web applications.
• Review and analyze accounting records and financial reports to assure activities meet operational, legislative, and regulatory requirements.
• Provide support to a diverse group of internal and external customers utilizing knowledge of accounting systems and accounting practices, independently performing accounting work related to the design, development, testing, evaluation and implementation of new and/or modified systems.
• Participate in the development of accounting policies and procedures, analyzing user requirements, and testing software releases, and solving accounting systems problems in particularly difficult and responsible circumstances.
The major duties described below reflect the full performance level of this position:
Supervisor: Jeff Lukasik, Supervisor's Phone: 216-204-3633
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9 years, 2 months at this Job
- Bachelor's Degree - Administration and Management
- Associate Degree - Business/Accounting
- - Business Management