The senior Budget Analyst performs a wide range of administrative, technical, and analytical duties related to the formulation, presentation, defense, and execution of the ACSS program budget.Learn more about this agency
- The senior Budget Analyst performs a wide range of administrative, technical, and analytical duties related to the formulation, presentation, defense, and execution of the ACSS program budget. Plans, organizes, and carries out annual multi-year budgeting projects in support of the ACSS program
- Provides expert advice on all phases of budgeting to program leads and other senior management officials.
- Responsible for planning, directing, reviewing, managing and controlling the budget planning, execution, evaluation and financial management functions.
- Establishes work methods and procedures that will ensure the preparation of all budget execution actions, the preparation of Administrative Service Requests and MIPRs for all fund transfers and the monitoring of current year commitments, obligations and disbursements.
- Monitors and executes the ACSS budget. This budget involves a wide variety of both direct and reimbursable sources and types of funding (e.g., reimbursable funding from several appropriations such as Department of State Peacekeeping Operations (PKO) funds; Operation and Maintenance (O&M); Official Representational Funds (ORF); etc., including both current year and carry-over/multi-year funding.
- Serves as the primary budget representative on issues involving the actual data input into financial data systems (e.g., establishment of job order numbers, tracking of expenditures against reimbursable job orders and initiating associated fund transfers, etc.).
- Makes recommendations relative to redistribution of funding in response to changes in budgetary guidance, staffing levels, etc.
- Budget Analyst advises and assists managers in preparing, documenting, and submitting detailed budget estimates. Ensures compliance with Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) regulatory guidelines/processes.
- Makes recommendations as to future year program levels and funding sources.
- Prepares the two-year annual budget submission submission to DSCA, the Commander, U.S. Africa Command, and Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).
- Interprets budgetary polices and procedures issued by DSCA, Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and Congress and independently develops and issues subsequent policies/guidance for use.
- Provides technical leadership, coordinates problem resolution, and ensures internal/external reporting requirements are satisfied in a timely, professional manner.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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