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    Summary

    This position is an Open Title 5 Excepted Service Non-Uniformed Personnel position, open to the Public and to Veterans following the Minnesota National Guard Merit Placement plan.

    LOCATION: JFHQ, J6, NGMN-IMB, Saint Paul, MN

    SELECTING OFFICIAL: Ms. Jessica L. Ferris, (651) 268-8836

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    Responsibilities

    A Program Analyst, GS-0343-09, Prepares the state Information Support Plan. Receives information and requirements from the various divisions/branches within the organization. Reviews agency/NGB architectures. Performs cost-benefit and life cycle analysis. Prepares the plan and submits to NGB. Coordinates with NGB and updates/changes the plan as required. Prepares Program Objective Memorandum (POM) submission. Reviews NGB and agency architectures and support plans, compiles data, conducts trend, cost, and life cycle analysis, prepares and forwards submission. Monitors status of POM and adjusts programs/plans as required. Performs budget management functions for current and past budget year. Receives and reviews Annual Funding Program. Prepares management reports and provides funding status. Submits/adjusts obligation plans. Prepares authorization documents. Prepares validation documents and validates for fiscal law compliance. Creates reservations. Tracks transactions. Reviews obligation/purchase documents. Conducts internal budget meetings and prepares reports for agency Program Budget Advisory Council meetings. Coordinates disbursements and reconciles unliquidated transactions. Coordinates and prepares inter and intra agency funds transfers. Performs year-end closeout. Maintains informal commitment registers. Prepares and submits budget requests. Renews contracts and purchase agreements. Manages the organization's Internal Controls program. Conducts audits of assessable programs, reviews findings, prepares reports and corrective action plans and monitors noted deficiencies. Manages division Impact Card Program. Creates obligation documents, receives and reviews statements, resolves billing and payment disputes. Provides administrative support to the division. Schedules meetings, conferences, and travel. Maintains division suspense/activity databases. Conducts research and analysis. Prepares briefing and reports. Represents the organization at meetings and on committees. Performs other duties as assigned

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    9

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