Senior Financial Analyst

Posted Date 5 months ago(5/11/2022 10:21 AM)
Job ID
2022-3752
Location
US-DC-
Clearance Required
Yes
Other Clearance
DOJ Public Trust

Position Description

XLA is looking for a Senior Financial Analyst to work on site at our customer's offices in Washington, D.C. Duties and responsibilities include:

  • Review all Resource Management and Planning (RMP) managed obligations for the proper amount and delivery status quarterly, and develop/recommend corrective action plans as needed;
  • Review, manage, and reconcile all aspects of the Intergovernmental Payment and Collection (IPAC) system documentation specific to EOUSA.
  • Develop or revise current monitoring tools to better identify obligations which may be closed;
  • Prepare quarterly status reports of RMP managed obligations;
  • Prepare and update invoice tracker;
  • Update RMP commitment/obligation logs;
  • Prepare payment corrections and reconciliations;
  • Document minutes of financial management meetings;
  • Assist with preparation of the leasehold improvement report;
  • Assist budget analysts with generating reports required for execution reviews;
  • Conduct a burn/usage analysis in March and June of RMP obligations to identify obligation balances that may be overstated or understated;
  • Prepare pertinent financial documents within established due dates as required by JMD Finance/Budget Staffs;
  • Generate specific program-related reports as needed;
  • Preparing quarterly open obligation summary;
  • Ensure all supporting documentation for obligation files are uploaded into UFMS and are audit complaint;
  • Review payment transactions for obligations to ensure billings received and charges recorded in UFMS are accurate, complete, and documented;
  • Update UFMS or provide a written documented accrual methodology to be used to update UFMS accurately and timely;
  • The contractor will work to resolve discrepancies in amounts provided, if needed;
  • All current and prior year reimbursement agreements, DOJ -216s (and similar documents including but not limited to Interagency Agreement (IAA), Military Interdepartmental Purchase Requests (MIPRS), Memorandum of Agreements(MOAs), etc.) including modifications to such documents;
  • Statements of Anticipated Reimbursements, as well as provide updates to line 3 of the Apportionment Schedules;
  • Advisory notices on agreements with expiring periods of performance;
  • Audit files in accordance for revenue transactions selected for review;
  • Hold weekly meetings to update Team Leads.

Outgoing Reimbursable Agreements (RA):

  • Review RAs to ensure all information is accurate and proper approvals are obtained;
  • Analyze obligations to ensure quarterly confirmations are received and support accruals, payments are accurate and the obligation file is audit ready;
  • Communicate by phone and email with the USAOs and JMD to request supporting documentation;
  • Compile monthly Open Obligation Reports to send to the Assistant Director;
  • Prepare Quarterly Certification memo citing accuracy of obligations to present to the Chief Financial Officer;
  • Update RA tracker weekly to keep Program Lead informed of all changes;
  • Hold weekly meetings to update Team Leads. Incoming Reimbursable Agreements (RA)
  • Review RAs to ensure all information is accurate and proper approvals are obtained;
  • Communicate by phone and email with the USAOs and trading partners to request supporting documentation;
  • Prepare and review bills for Project and Agreement Numbers in UFMS;
  • Prepare DOJ-231 spreadsheet for submission to the JMD detailing RA updates;
  • Update RA tracker to keep Program Lead informed of all changes;
  • Hold weekly meetings to update Team Leads. 

Incoming Reimbursable Agreements (RA):

  • Review RAs to ensure all information is accurate and proper approvals are obtained;
  • Communicate by phone and email with the USAOs and trading partners to request supporting documentation;
  • Prepare and review bills for Project and Agreement Numbers in UFMS;
  • Prepare DOJ-231 spreadsheet for submission to the JMD detailing RA updates; Update RA tracker to keep Program Lead informed of all changes;
  • Hold weekly meetings to update Team Leads.

Requirements

  • Must have a Bachelor's Degree in Finance or Accounting plus six (6) years of experience in a related field.
  • Experience with Obligation Management - Reconciliation of financial transactions, billing support, and accrual methodologies.
  • Strong knowledge of working with complex Financial Systems.
  • Experience with Incoming and Outgoing Reimbursements.
  • Knowledge of Federal Financial Management.
  • Proficient in UFMS.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and Access, with advanced knowledge of Excel.
  • Experience in conducting financial analysis and communicating results.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Detail-oriented, with strong attention to detail.
  • Active DOJ clearance is preferred.

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