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    The Large Business and International (LB&I) business unit provides service and enforcement activities to support tax compliance of businesses and related entities with assets of $10 million or more, as well as small U.S. businesses engaged in international, U.S. citizens abroad, and foreign persons and businesses with a U.S. tax requirement.

    WHAT DOES A BUDGET ANALYST DO? As a Budget Analyst you will be responsible for the coordination of resource justifications and the formulation, development, review, monitoring, and execution of the Division’s annual budget for assigned program areas. In this position, you will coordinate and direct budgetary functions within assigned program areas and provide overall direction and guidance on these functions. You will perform a wide range of analytical, technical and advisory functions related to the budgetary process.

    As a Budget Analyst you will:

    • Analyze resource proposals on Division programs; develop and coordinate budget submissions and justifications, review changes, and assess program impact.
    • Identify issues and develop forecasting patterns and projected budgetary and staffing requirements.
    • Plan and execute labor resource requirements for salaries, benefits, and Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) for the assigned area for both the current plan execution and subsequent year plan development.
    • Recommend and complete budget reprogramming actions to assure optimum utilization of available resources and accomplishment.
    • Review and analyze budget estimates, work programs and resources for soundness of technical treatment and format, accuracy, adequacy of supporting narrative. 
    • Provide oversight and advice in the financial review process, including reprogramming decisions and the development of narrative justifications. 

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    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - 1 to 5 nights per month

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0560 Budget Analysis

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