(1) Operates the Resource Management System, a network of commanders, resource advisors, cost center managers, and technical advisors aligned to the Wing/GSU organizational structure and oriented towards the management of appropriate funds and workdays for the accomplishment of unit missions. Provides resource managers with necessary guidance, information, knowledge, and training to accomplish mission goals and objectives. Designs presentation materials for, chairs, conducts, and documents the quarterly meeting of the Financial Working Group (FWG). Designs materials for, briefs, and documents the quarterly Financial Management Board (FMB). Designs, develops, conducts, and documents, resource management training for all personnel responsible for the management and expenditure of appropriate funds and workdays. Training includes initial review or continuation training of resource management processes, procedure, and requirements. Maintains the training records for all resource managers. Ensures that continuity documentation maintained by organizational resource managers is complete, up-to-date, and relevant.
(2) Serves as the principal author for local resource management policy development and publication. Interprets guidelines issued by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Congress, the Department of Defense (DoD), the US Air Force and Joint Services, the NGB, and NGB/FMA and issues supplementary authoritative budget guidance. Ensures compatibility with financial goals and objectives issued by higher authority. Reviews, consolidates, approves, modifies, or disapproves budgetary data and reports submitted for consistency with goals, objectives, reasonableness, and accuracy. Presents budgetary briefings with supporting statistical data to senior leadership who use the data to defense budget and manpower requirements and as a basis for making military decisions. Presents the command's financial position and defense budget requirements to visitors and budget examiners. Develops data required for examining various options or scenarios related to budgetary issues that may adversely affect the organization. Develops and presents data in professional and readily usable form via electronic or hardcopy presentation.
(3) Serves as the principal budgetary advisor to senior leadership and top management personnel in maintaining balance, efficiency, and economy of operations to accomplish programmed objectives. Experience technical authority and discretion in distributing appropriate funds and workdays, approving or disapproving expenditures, validating or invalidating unfunded requirements submissions, and determining the required degree of funds control measures based on interpretations of fiscal law, the ANG Fiscal Guidance, generally accepted accounting principles, and locally developed resource management policy. Exercises judgment and provides advice to commanders and resource advisors to ensure efficient, economical, and balanced use of funds. Provides executive direction based on program review and analyses of budgetary operations.