About the Agency
The Office of Innovative Program Delivery (OIPD), an organizational element within the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), provides national leadership, direction, and consulting services in new approaches for project finance, procurement (e.g., public-private partnerships (P3s)), and revenue generation. The office also provides for the oversight and stewardship of projects with a total cost in excess of $500 million. The office also houses the TIFIA (Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act) Joint Program Office (JPO), a federal credit support program.
The ideal candidate is experienced in analyzing cash flows and revenue projections, and understands how to apply the principles and practices from transportation planning, economics, and finance to estimate and quantify risk. The individual has experience with or can learn how to implement this skill set to work on Federal credit programs operating under the Federal Credit Reform Act of 1990.
As a Financial Analyst, you will:
- Calculate the subsidy cost of each new TIFIA loan by reviewing the credit requests submitted to TIFIA, analyzing cashflows, and quantifying the assessed risk.
- Prepare annual subsidy cost re-estimates on existing loans in the portfolio and maintain accurate records of loan transactions.
- Prepare TIFIA finance account apportionments required for the obligation of each loan transaction.
- Respond to requests from DOT auditors including the annual financial statements audit, inquiries from the Government Accountability Office, and initiatives led by the Office of the Inspector General.
- Occasional Travel
- Some travel required.