Abacus Technology is seeking a Financial Analyst to prepare/support the development of budgets and financial reporting for a Federal government program. This is a full-time position.
Support budget execution for both direct and indirect funding for Federal government programs, as well as supplemental requirements/funding. Prepare and analyze financial statements to include quarterly, mid-year, and annual financial reporting, and other required financial reporting and briefings to oversight, leadership, and officials of other Intelligence Community agencies. Forecast project/program and contract performance, resource distribution, and utilization. Develop initiatives to balance financial performance with agency strategic goals. Coordinate financial system initiatives. Perform multi-year financial planning, programming, budgeting and execution including pro forma balance sheet, comparisons of budgeted, authorized, appropriated, committed, obligated, expended dollars for applicable years’ dollar appropriations. Review, revise, and maintain financial improvement and audit readiness plans.
5+ years experience in finance, budget, and cost analysis for Federal government programs. Bachelor’s degree in a related field. Knowledge of financial management including: understanding regulations, policies and procedures governing Federal government and Intelligence Community (IC) financial management. Able analyze and interpret complex planning, programming, budget and execution data. Knowledge and understanding of the DoD planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution System (PPBES) and/or IC Capabilities Programming and Budgeting System (CPBS). Thorough understanding of: programming processes for both the NIP and MIP; programming and budget execution processes, including funds control, fund transfers (MIPRs), and travel orders and credit card purchases; fund execution policies for principal DoD appropriations (O&M, RDT&E and Procurement); role of the DFAS in controlling and executing funds. Must be a US citizen.
Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. government security investigation and/or polygraph examination and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.