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    Serves as the Budget and Accounting Officer in the Office of Budget and Financial Management. Activities include the preparation, documentation, and presentation of annual budget requests, budget execution, tracking and reporting, credit card administration, travel oversight, accounting oversight and financial reporting, financial statements audit oversight, and administration of the Financial Management System. Employee serves as primary liaison with shared service providers.

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    Serves as the subject matter expert and supervisor of a staff performing a full range of financial management, financial systems operations, accounting and budgetary work.

    Supervises a staff of financial management and accounting professionals and technicians who perform financial management activities including agency-wide budget development and execution, accounting and/or auditing policies and practices within FHFA and financial systems development and maintenance.

    Manages the processing and reporting of financial activities through planning and assigning workflow responsibilities, provides training and guidance to staff on a broad array of functions, establishes automated and manual accounting and internal controls policies to be followed, and maintains data integrity.

    Administers the agency's accounting program, directs the financial management functions and oversees financial systems activities. Encourages the use of financial system and provides agency-wide support to users. Provides direction and oversight and ensures data integrity in financial systems through consistent review and evaluations.

    Establishes and maintains user support for financial systems. Ensures security of financial system data.
    Directs the financial analysis of obligations, expenses, and budget availability and develops short term and longer projections for use by senior management in making program and budget decisions.

    Recommends, establishes, and administers agency-wide budget formulation strategies and programs. Ensures tracking of budget, planned and actual, to strategic objectives for development of performance-based budget.

    Directs the travel program. Reviews regulations and distributes up-to-date information to FHFA employees about travel.

    Directs accounting policies and practices within FHFA. Prepares financial statements and reports for submission to external parties.

    Directs the annual financial statements audit.

    Directs shared service providers in the day-to-day transactions and financial reporting for FHFA.

    Manages day-to-day operations and staff assignments. Exercises supervisory authorities and responsibilities and the administrative and personnel management functions of the staff supervised. Develops job performance plans, counsels on performance, and rates staff at appraisal time, communicating results in a timely fashion. Addresses employee development needs, including professional development.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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