Supervisory Management and Program Analyst (Business Oversight Branch Chief)

Washington, D.C
Oct 26, 2020
Oct 31, 2020
Full Time


As a Supervisory Management and Program Analyst, you will be responsible for directing business and financial analysis with responsibility for motor vehicle management programs and operations.

Location of position: This position is located in the Office of Travel, Motor Vehicle, and Card Services (QM), Office of Motor Vehicle Management (QMD), Business Management Division (QMDC), Business Oversight Branch (QMDCB). Position located in Washington, DC.

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  • Leads the development of Government-wide forecasting techniques to estimate vehicle sales, program costs, and profit and loss results. Develops complex business and financial analysis and planning models for nationwide operations.
  • Leads the preparation of cash flow plans and profit-and-loss (P/L) statements for internal program leadership oversight. Develops annual capital plans that present information on program income and expenses, capital cash generation and outlay, inventory replenishment, and cash flow.
  • Provides expert advice and guidance to the Assistant Commissioner, Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO), and other FAS senior managers on important business and financial management issues affecting the operations of the fleet management programs. Meets with management on a regular basis to provide information on issues and trends, discuss changes in policies and requirements, and resolve problems.
  • Plans and conducts analytical studies to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of business management functions in the organization. Develops solutions to highly complex management and administrative issues that require new methods or techniques for defining and solving the problems and extensive coordination among technical and management levels of the organization.
  • Reviews and determines the impact of proposed legislation on the GSA vehicle fleet program and proposes FAS positions on such legislation. Interprets and assesses the impact of new and revised laws and policies on business operations, budget formulation, and budget execution. Identifies and responds to fleet program issues and responds to congressional inquiries.

Travel Required

Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required.

Supervisory status

Promotion Potential


Conditions of Employment

  • US Citizenship or National (Residents of American Samoa and Swains Island)
  • Meet all eligibility criteria within 30 days of the closing date
  • Meet time-in-grade within 30 days of the closing date, if applicable
  • Register with the Selective Service if you are a male born after 12/31/1959

If selected, you must meet the following conditions:
  • Receive authorization from OPM on any job offer you receive, if you are or were (within the last 5 years) a political Schedule A, Schedule C or Non-Career SES employee in the Executive Branch.
  • Serve a one year probationary period, if required.
  • Undergo and pass a background investigation (Tier 2 investigation level).
  • Complete a financial disclosure report to verify that no conflict, or an appearance of conflict, exists between your financial interest and this position
  • Serve a one year supervisory or managerial probationary period, if required


For each job on your resume, provide:
  • the exact dates you held each job (from month/year to month/year)
  • number of hours per week you worked (if part time).

If you have volunteered your service through a National Service program (e.g., Peace Corps, Americorps), we encourage you to apply and include this experience on your resume.

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The GS-14 salary range starts at $121,316 per year.

To qualify, you must have at least one year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-13 level or higher in the Federal service.


Specialized experience is experience reviewing, analyzing, and evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of a motor vehicle fleet management program. Such experience must include: designing and conducting comprehensive studies; performing critical analysis; reviewing and interpreting legislation, policy and regulations governing fleet management programs; and, establishing and maintaining customer relationships and assessing customer requirements.


Additional information

Bargaining Unit status: NA

Relocation-related expenses are not approved and will be your responsibility.

Additional vacancies may be filled from this announcement as needed; through other means; or not at all.

How You Will Be Evaluated

You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.

You will be scored on the questions you answer during the application process, which will measure your possession of the following competencies or knowledge, skills, and abilities. Your responses to these questions must be supported by your resume or your score may be lowered.
  • Knowledge and experience performing a variety of business and financial analysis functions to support the overall Division mission.
  • Knowledge and experience tracking profit and loss and capital developments through the year and makes recommendations to maintain the program's financial integrity. Works closely with program representatives to develop pricing and rate setting strategies to ensure a break-even P/L position and low disposable capital levels for fiscal year carryover.
  • Knowledge and experience tracking income and expense positions for GSA fleet management and identifies trends and opportunities to reduce costs.
  • Knowledge and experience determining significant changes in nationwide FAS-wide programs, resource allocations, and operations. Analytical studies involve programs or policies that cut across Government agencies and impact segments of private industry.
  • Knowledge and experience provides technical program advice and assistance to top agency management. The technical advice and assistance provided is used to plan and develop programs, policies, procedures and regulations.

Additional assessments may be used, and, if so, you will be provided with further instructions.

If you are eligible under GSA's Career Transition Assistance Plan (CTAP) , you must receive a score of 85 or higher to receive priority.

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Background checks and security clearance

Security clearance

Drug test required

Position sensitivity and risk
Moderate Risk (MR)

Trust determination process

Required Documents

ALL required documents must be submitted before the closing date. Review the following list to determine what you need to submit.

GSA OIG Employees: Submit latest SF 50 (other than award SF 50)

If you are CTAP eligible - submit a, b, and c: (a) proof of eligibility including agency notice; (b) SF-50, and (c) most recent performance appraisal.

Current or Former Political Appointees: Submit SF-50.

If you are relying on your education to meet qualification requirements:

Education must be accredited by an accrediting institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education in order for it to be credited towards qualifications. Therefore, provide only the attendance and/or degrees from schools accredited by accrediting institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education .

Failure to provide all of the required information as stated in this vacancy announcement may result in an ineligible rating or may affect the overall rating.

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