MAJOR DUTIES: (Detailed Position Descriptions can be obtained from HRO)
The primary purpose of
this position is to serve as a full deputy to the United States
Property and Fiscal Officer (USPFO).
As the Deputy,
serves as the alter ego to the USPFO, fully sharing in the direction of all
phases of the organization's program, which includes managing the day-to-day
operations of the OUSPFO, to include receipt, accountability, contracting,
disbursement and certification of all federal resources (funds, equipment,
supplies, services) provided to the State for which the USPFO is responsible. The Deputy USPFO will
take appropriate action, immediately notifying the USPFO, the Adjutant General (AG) and/or CNGB (as appropriate), to
report irregularities, misuse or abuse of Federal property or funds issued to
the National Guard of the State within their jurisdiction. If there are any
irregularities identified in the USPFO's absence, it will be reported to NGB-PF
for appropriate action. Limitations
of the Deputy USPFO are procedural in nature due to regulatory and statutory
b. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:
(1) Serves as a full deputy to the USPFO. Plans, organizes, and oversees the activities
of the USPFO in their state. Develops
goals and objectives that integrate manpower and personnel support objectives
into the state, short and long-term operational plans.
(2) Ensures the proper obligation and
expenditure of all Federal funds and the safeguarding of all Federal property in the possession of
the state National
Guard (32 USC 708).
(3) As an agent of the USPFO and Chief, National Guard
Bureau (CNGB) in support of the state Adjutant
General provides financial and logistical resources for the maintenance of
Federal property in the possession of the National Guard of the State (32 USC
(4) Exercises supervisory human resources responsibilities.
(5) In addition to
performing duties/responsibilities as a full deputy to the USPFO, the position
is required to perform the following additional duties/responsibilities:
a. Plans and coordinates logistics policies
to implement Federal law and higher-level directives.
b. Manages commercial movements of supplies
and equipment; and the transportation of technicians, AGR personnel, and
traditional service members.
c. Manages the operation of a fiscal
d. Manages the operation of an information
management activity to facilitate statutory data collection and reporting
responsibilities with respect to accountability for Federal funds and
e. Manages contracting functions for supplies
and services in support of programs essential to state National Guard daily
operations, training, and readiness missions.
f. Ensures statutory/regulatory compliance
and optimum development of the state's National Guard financial program support
through the use of external inspections and reviews (e.g., GAO, Inspector
General, DFAS, NGB, etc.).
g. Utilizes fiscal law expertise to fully
understand the proper implementation of laws, regulations, and policies as they
apply to every facet of directorate operations.
Performs other duties as assigned.