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    Summary

    The Office of Performance Analysis and Integrity (PA&I) is the Veterans Benefits Administration's definitive source of information, guidance and insight for improving performance management and program integrity. The Office is responsible for managing and directing all centrally-directed VBA efforts to determine how well the organization (VBA) is meeting the needs and expectations of its employees and external customers (e.g., Veterans). As a Program Analyst you will:

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    Responsibilities

    • Perform needs-analyses of VBA business-line information requests.
    • Perform statistical analyses of VBA program performance and provide recommendations for enhanced process capabilities.
    • Create and maintain reports for VA Central Office and Regional Offices that provide information for strategic planning and workload management.
    • Work with data warehouse contractors to ensure accuracy of data in the data warehouse and create applications allowing field users access to the data.
    • Lead or participate in Performance Analysis and Integrity work teams to conduct business process reengineering plans and implementation strategies.
    • Develop training material and provide professional development training for Management Analysts and other personnel.
    • Assist in the development of requirements that support effective utilization of data.
    • Participate in or reviews proposals for the design, development, implementation and evaluation for new or enhanced business line data management activities within the VBA corporate environment.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    13

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