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    This position exists in the Financial Management Division (FMD), Office of the Chief Financial Officer, and Office of the Administrator. FMD is responsible for financial policies and functions related to conference planning, employee relocation, foreign, local and temporary duty travel and travel advances.

    Salary range above is the Rest of U.S. for Urbandale, IA
    Washington D.C. Salary rate for GS-13: $96,970 to $126,062

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    Processing of financial documents that are many varied forms and often not system ready, requiring research and contacts with employees and management at various echelons within the agency as well as outside contacts with other government agencies and vendors. Document types include, but are not limited to: travel authorizations and vouchers for temporary duty, various reimbursements to employees, Bi-weekly payroll time and attendance documents, forms for State agencies with cross-utilization agreements, and payments subject to the Prompt Payment Act. These documents are normally time sensitive and subject to tight deadlines.

    You will participate with the Branch Chief in the development of annual and multi-year budget estimates for FMD, and will engage in continual assessment of the processes, methods, and procedures used by FMD to perform the processing work, which includes adapting, modifying, or creating new work methods to accommodate changes in regulation, funding, or processing requirements.

    You will develop project plans, and direct the acquisition and analysis of factual data, and the development of optimal financial systems for providing financial processing support in accordance with regulatory requirements.

    You will design, review, and analyze reports generated using data from financial systems, and internal tracking applications, and will review for the accuracy and completeness of information and applicability to an established need or ad hoc use.

    You will participate in developing directives for use nation-wide on document submission/processing procedures, and will provide FMD staff with informational memoranda and instructions to keep them apprised of new developments and initiatives.

    You will provide technical direction and guidance on the day-to-day operations of processing documents, reviewing records and reports, and coordinating/participating in the year end closing activities that affect the financial account statements. Participate in the preparation of new and revised notices, bulletins, and directives on matters related to accounts payable and receivable and travel.

    Additionally, you will manage the relocation program budget, performs trend analysis and reconciliation of travel and relocation accounting transactions and/or other assigned travel programs.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Less than 5% travel is required.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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