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Finance and Acquisition Analyst

Finance and Acquisition Analyst

Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Standard Procurement System (SPS)

• Leads U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) Federal Information System Controls Audit Manual (FISCAM) audit and access control efforts; conducts internal review of all technical information; outlines gaps; tracks all implementation of access control definitions and findings as they adhere to systems functionalities and Segregation of Duties (SoD).

• Serves as a Principal Analyst; evaluating effectiveness of operations and/or the productivity and efficiency of Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) as it relates technically, functionally and ethnically (regulatory compliance).

• Leads weekly meetings with client and/or Project Manager on recent updates to Secretary of the Navy (SecNav) policy instruction and regulation pertaining to the technical environment of the SPS application.

• Defines the strategies, tasks, and methods that will be used to meet client requirements; coordinating, and/or overseeing a variety of system management security tasks impacting agency activities.

• Updates functional and technical team members including but not limited to System Administrators, System Account Managers, and Helpdesk Technicians on National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) regulation to ensure compliancy of regulatory standards are being met within role and business processes are followed.

• Uses knowledge Acquisition Management to assist functional team members in resolving procurement related ticket issues.

• Creates and formats “cradle to grave” team process for financial and contract data retrieval, reconciliation, validation, projection, reporting and interpersonal communications training.

• Creates methods for calculating existing and future costs; studies current financial principles, reports findings and provides direction.

• Presents current and prior fiscal year plans for liquidating excess (contract closeout-open documents), managing spend, mitigating financial risks, and increasing efficiencies to Army/Navy Leadership.

• Responsible for conducting and facilitating Technical Interchange Meetings (TIMs) in regards to all technical quality assurance including but not limited to; issues within the HighPoint Procurement tool; reporting new bugs and subsequently consulting the technical team as to how to correct said issues and allow the system to run as effectively and efficiently as possible.

• Develops and updates details of actual cost of IT systems using standard quantitative analyses. Develops technical documentation to accompany pricing of system constructing, upgrades/ improvements and enhancements.

• Analyses mission statements and recommends actions to ensure the needs of the user are met during the process of system rationalization; Ensures mission statements adhere to system contributions to the organization, agency and company.

• Develops and provides drafts Concept of Operation (CONOPS) plans explaining the basic, moderate and/or advanced functions of financial and acquisition IT systems.

• Provides training to mid-senior level government employees and contractors on how to project spending based on proprietary algorithms which take into account past trends of spend and possible surges.

• Establishes, consolidates, and creates executive level financial management reports and reporting tools.

• Manages multiple technical, financial and administrative colleagues; works with fellow coworkers as Integrated Product Team (IPT) to develop and implement Procurement and Acquisition Systems, training courses and transitional courses; specializing in seamless changeover in converting and joining contract tracking systems.

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Security Clearance:
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Location:
Washington, District of Columbia
Country:
United States
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