Program Control Analyst, intermediate - TS/SCI required

Chantilly, VA
Feb 17, 2017
Sep 25, 2017
Full Time
** This is for a proposal opportunity.**


**Position requires an in-scope TS/SCI clearance and polygraph.**

    Review program requirements and spend plans for accuracy and completeness. Identify and convey resource trade-offs within and among competing programs and provide senior managers with resource alternatives.Draft and review for completeness budget estimates and requirements for new and existing initiatives. Recommend revisionsReview and validate analyses used to develop and update current and future component or group resource requirements Conduct final review of program level submissions for budget exercises and the IPBS, CBJB, and CJB closing gaps and resolving discrepancies prior to submission for senior management reviewReview Program and Directorate data in the NEXT, government FIRST and Select and Native Programming (SNAP) systems for accuracy and completenessKeep abreast of all policies as they apply to government financial management, fully understand any changes to policies, and draft change recommendations during policy review. Provide guidance on the interpretation and application of financial regulations, policies, and procedures to senior management. Coordinate and execute operating guidance, which incorporates all Congressional marks and management decisionsAnalyze resource information to draw conclusions about its value, importance, or accuracy for use in data analysisIdentify and utilize existing methods to resolve data discrepancies, verify, and validate dataAssist in the design, implementation, and use of corporate resource information repositories, databases, decision support tools, strategies, processes, procedures and reports to ensure accurate financial reporting and management oversight in support of program initiativesReview BLI requests at the Program and Directorate level in compliance with government policies on CLINs, Appropriations, ETs and BOCsPropose resource realignments and sources at the Program and Directorate level as required to maintain program execution or to respond to unplanned circumstancesReview final program level Tri-Annual Unliquidated Obligation review inputs and documentation for completeness prior to submissionReview funding documentation for accuracy and compliance with applicable government policies and instructions. Maintain appropriate internal controls to minimize data inaccuracy and/or unauthorized use of government funds.Consolidate and review program level UFRs, recommending changes and prioritization to senior managementEdit and draft impacts to program resources resulting from of contract and engineering changes for senior management reviewEdit and draft budget summaries, charts, memoranda, issue papers and talking points for senior managementDraft, review and edit correspondence, presentations, and briefings in response to action items. Participate in cross government program meetings to develop responses.Consolidate and review prior to submission, Program and Directorate inputs on the development, revision, implementation, data collection and reporting of performance measures to include: policies, metrics, OMB PART process strategies, ODNI strategic planning and performance guidance, IC SEM implementation, and other performance measurement processesProvide PMR and/or BMR feedback to senior management Integrate multiple quantitative analyses techniques into planning, execution, performance management and acquisition tasksReview ICE, Cost PMP/BAAR, and MSA resource reports for accuracy and completenessDraft documentation for inclusion in: program budget status reviews, ASRs, BPO Program Requirements Reviews, Program Status Reviews, ODNI QPRs, PMP/BAARs, GEAC reporting, and other ad hoc reviews as directed
1. Applies knowledge of the defense acquisition process to support customers in the analysis and improvement of acquisition programs.

2. Assists government procurement agencies in defining proposals and qualifying vendors.

3. Devises strategies for developing and implementing new acquisition program initiatives and measuring the effectiveness of implementation.

4. Uses quantitative analytical techniques to assess system acquisition process issues and develop risk reduction/mitigation approaches for improving acquisition/program planning, control, and execution.

5. May provide guidance and work leadership to less-experienced analysts.

6. Participates in special projects as required.

Education Bachelors Degree in Business Administration or a related discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, professional training, or work experience.

Qualifications 5-8 years of related acquisition management experience for a government contractor, or related military experience.

    Demonstrated ability to apply analytic techniques to evaluate programmatic data and resolve inconsistenciesAdvanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Excel (pivot tables and macros) Proficient in creating presentations in Microsoft Power PointKnowledge of project management concepts and principlesDemonstrated knowledge of EVM experience techniquesDemonstrated knowledge of Federal Appropriation Law, concepts, methods, and standards impacting financial activitiesKnowledge of Federal Government budgetary principles and procedures



 As a trusted systems integrator for more than 50 years, General Dynamics Information Technology provides information technology (IT), systems engineering, professional services and simulation and training to customers in the defense, federal civilian government, health, homeland security, intelligence, state and local government and commercial sectors.With approximately 32,000 professionals worldwide, the company delivers IT enterprise solutions, manages large-scale, mission-critical IT programs and provides mission support services.GDIT is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer - Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.