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What Does A Management & Program Analyst Do? As a Management and Program Analyst you will serve as a staff analyst, evaluator, and advisor to management. In this position, you will be responsible for planning, analyzing, evaluating, and/or improving the effectiveness of administrative operations and/or operating programs.
As a Management and Program Analyst you will:
- Develop and interpret guidance on program planning, execution, and evaluation.
- Prepare directives, issuances, memoranda, policy statements, legislative proposals, and other written guidelines to introduce new initiatives.
- Recommend effective operations consistent with policies and objectives.
- Develop long-range program plans, goals, objectives, and milestones.
- Identify ways to resolve or address issues which directly affect the accomplishment of principal program goals and objectives.
- Research new or improved business and management practices for application to operating and administrative programs.
- COR RESPONSIBILITIES:
- The COR is the bridge between ACIO¿s and the Procurement Contracting Officer (CO). A GS-13 COR independently executes stated objectives, provides expert technical interpretations, and communicates directly with the CO and ACIO managers while performing the duties below.
- Serves as a senior-level specialist to lead the development of acquisition requirements across multiple projects.
- Ensures planning/pre-award activities provide the best-fit acquisition strategy to the CO.
- Level I/II COR overseeing labor services, hardware, software, and maintenance acquisitions.
- Provides guidance, direction and status reporting on targeted acquisition processes.
- Collaborates with Procurement, at the Contract Officer/Specialist level to resolve risks/challenges to specific ACIO¿S contracts.
- Assumes ultimate responsibility, directly with the CO, to ensure that the government receives the products/services specified by the awarded contract terms.
- Leverages acquisition experience to guide projects to comply with acquisition management guidelines, Federal Acquisitions Regulations (FAR) requirements, and IRS policies.
- Implements policies and guidelines to improve planning, integration, and execution of acquisition functions and activities.
- Implements monitoring to ensure program/project managers meet timeliness, efficiency, and quality expectations outlined by acquisition plans.
- Conducts in-depth, targeted program reviews to validate business strategies, eliminate unnecessary requirements, and provide the best value for the government.
- Provides functional expertise on business systems/applications to improve use of automated tools supporting targeted acquisition business processes.
- Prepares comprehensive reports and communicates findings, recommendations, progress reports, and elevates risks to project and program managers.
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Occasional travel - Travel 1-5 nights per month may be required
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