Develops sampling plans and procedures for validating unit/activity accountability and inventory certifications. Independently evaluates the effectiveness of substantive unit programs and processes in meeting their established goals and objectives. Analyzes evaluation results on both a quantitative and qualitative basis to provide concise and objective information to identify accountability strengths and weaknesses. Develops recommendations to correct deficiencies or suggest program or process improvements for the organization. Plans and designs procedures to improve organizational effectiveness and efficiency. Evaluates unit and organizational effectiveness. Develops and administers a system of reviews, management controls, evaluations, and checklists designed to ensure conformance with law and regulations. The employee plans, coordinates, and carries out the successive steps in fact-finding and analysis of issues necessary to complete each phase of assigned projects. Using standardized and locally developed evaluation programs and processes, management principles, organizational theory, and techniques of analysis and evaluation, plans and accomplishes scheduled evaluations. Analytical methods contained in applicable regulations and guidelines are not always applicable to specific work. Collectively evaluates management effectiveness of property management functions and informing management of their programs. Coordinates and/or conducts management studies of organization, staffing, work measurement, methods, or procedures. Incumbent reviews administrative audits, Financial Liability Investigation for Property Loss (FLIPL) reports, and Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP) review reports to determine accountability trends to develop scope of review and recommendations to improve accountability processes and corrective actions. Monitors all unit standardization/evaluation type programs ensuring adherence to all requirements defined in Department of the Army (DA), National Guard Bureau (NGB), and local publications or other applicable directives. Identifies or creates metrics and measures progress toward accomplishment of unit plans, programs, goals, and objectives regarding federal property and supply accountability. Applies statistical analysis techniques to measure progress, efficiency, and trends impacting the readiness of the organization and the effectiveness of management controls regarding logistics discipline to meet organizational goals and objectives. Develops cost analysis of financial impact regarding accountability, equipment and supply damage, adequacy of storage, physical security and loss of federal supplies and equipment. Provides USPFO, DCSLOG/G4, Command Staff, unit/activity commanders, with factual, objective assessments of the units ability to conduct unit logistics operations and account for federal property. Analyzes, evaluates, validates, and identifies ways to improve the mission, function, and activities of the organization. Provides USPFO, DCSLOG/G4, Command Staff, unit/activity commanders, with information needed for effective direction of programs to include reports identifying limiting factors, program management opportunities, and availability of equipment on hand. Advises the DCSLOG/G4, Command Staff, unit/activity commanders, activity managers on the evaluation of basic program policies, regulatory requirements, and follow-up procedures regarding applicable completed evaluation. Recommend corrective action to re-establish and ensure unit/activity compliance, with applicable logistics and physical security regulations and directives, with a specified suspense date. Develops processes, management, administrative, and technical evaluation plans for implementation by supervisors/managers. Notes deficiencies, identifies necessary resources, and recommends corrective action. Reviews workload requirements to ascertain areas where procedures can be combined, distributed, or simplified to increase productivity, efficiency, or effectiveness and is able to utilize centralized planning and decentralized execution of mission objectives. Recommends internal reporting and status tracking procedures to ensure adequate control in terms of deadlines, progress reports, and follow-up reports. Manages the evaluation program to ensure required actions are tracked and completed. During the assessment, the examiner reviews and ensures ground safety, fire prevention and security standards are being followed. Makes recommendations, reviews responses and ensures that corrective actions are performed. Responsible for on the spot corrective assistance and guidance to unit/activity personnel during the conduct of the evaluation/review. Coordinates with other logistics sections within the USPFO and Joint Force Headquarters to resolve technical problems concerning supply and equipment authorizations and accountability. Performs other duties as assigned.