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This National Guard position is for a AGENCY PROGRAM COORDINATOR, Position Description Number PDT5051000 and is part of the Mississippi National Guard.
As a AGENCY PROGRAM COORDINATOR, GS-0303-7, you will serve as the principal Army National Guard (ARNG) state level contact and administrator for the Government Travel Charge Card Program (Agency Program Coordinator, APC). Serves as the primary point of contact to for all matters concerning the Government Travel Charge Card Program.
1. As the APC, the incumbent drafts policy regarding operation of the charge card program within the state. Incumbent coordinates with NGB Program Coordinator. Performs program oversight of all travel charge card accounts to ensure DOD, DA, NGB, and State, policies and procedures are implemented and followed. The APC brief's program status at appropriate levels. Analyzes and reviews individual charge card and Automated Teller Machine (ATM) activity to identify potential abuse and/or no n-official use. The APC provides documents, briefs, and reports to the appropriate level of command/supervision on potential abuse cases. The APC, in accordance with command policy, coordinates transactions affecting available limits, ATM and overall charge card limits, lifts restricted status, and recommends approval of travel card reinstatement. Processes applications for charge cards. Cancels and/or revokes card for misuse.
2. Provides technical supervision of subordinate Local Program Coordinators (LPC). The APC conducts training for state/activity LPCs as necessary. The APC ensures subordinate LPCs train all cardholders on their responsibilities to appropriately use the charge card and ensure each cardholder completes and understands the Statement of Understanding. Requests, receives and reviews information reports from the charge card company through electronic means. Performs maintenance on accounts chargeable to the state including cancellations and transfers. Queries databases to obtain reports download information and create customized reports.
3. Serves as primary point of contact for debt management for the travel card program. Collects, reviews, request relief, and coordinates sensitive issues with the vendor. Additional responsibilities include coordinating with the vendor, NGB and LPCs for special services supporting mission requirements. These services include but are not limited to unit charge accounts and traveler checks. Receives purchase orders, contracts, pay and travel orders, Government Bills of Lading, Government Transportation Requests and similar documents for obligation against appropriated funds. Reviews documents to ensure they support transactions and are in accordance with DFAS regulations are charged to the applicable appropriation, and funds are available for the obligation. Reconciles subsidiary accounts with general ledger control accounts for receivables, payables, work-in-process and property accounts.
4. Performs research of current accounts, historical data and source documents to develop and explain detailed accounting information not otherwise readily available. Develops comparative data that explains complex relationships between accounts, time periods and costs of various operations. Identifies significant changes and determines related causes. Provides detailed interpretations, suggestions for action and recommendations for improvement based on the process.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Details of the duties and responsibilities are contained in the applicable position description located online, on the FASCLASS website. https://acpol2.army.mil/fasclass/search_fs/search_fasclass.asp
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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