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Posted Date 2 days ago(9/17/2021 5:25 PM)
XLA is looking for an Executive Assistant/Analyst to work onsite at a federal agency located in Arligton, VA (metro accessible). The Executive Assistant/Analyst's competencies will encompass very high level skills in the following areas: organization; time management; ability to multitask effectively; attention to detail, computer literacy; and well developed interpersonal skills. Responsibilities and attributes include: - Strong analytical skills to handle multiple projects - Ability to attend high level meetings - Ability to interact and converse with all levels of management - Have the ability to provide backup for multiple people on various tasks - Must have good writing skills - Have a willingness to educate themselves and work with current business processes - Ability to present new ideas or efficient processes - Provide program analytical support to the team - Must be articulate, ambitious, and a self starter
Job ID
2021-3551
Location
US-VA-Arlington
Posted Date 2 days ago(9/17/2021 2:50 PM)
XLA is looking for a Travel Specialist to sit onsite at our customer's offices in Washington, D.C. - Knowledge of Federal Travel Regulations and E2 systems. - Prior experience with a web-based travel system. - Proficient in Microsoft Office, with advanced knowledge of Excel. - Excellent communications and interfacing with various levels of management. - Excellent attention detail, must be able to multi task and have a sense of urgency to complete travel task within the allotted time frame provided. - Experience working with domestic travel authorizations and vouchers processing as well as foreign travel passports and visas. - Strong written and oral communication skills, preferably in a helpdesk type environment. - Must have a Bachelor's Degree plus two years of experience in a related field, or three years of experience in a related field.  
Job ID
2021-3550
Posted Date 2 days ago(9/17/2021 2:35 PM)
  The EEO Compliance Program Analyst will support the DHS ICE ODCR (Office of Diversity and Civil Rights) in Washington D.C. and be heavily responsible for the daily, weekly, monthly and yearly reporting requirements for the Reasonable Accommodations, Religious Accommodations and other Diversity Management Division data reporting and analysis needs. The ideal candidate should be able to work both independently and alongside a team of other data specialists and technical writers to support ICE Senior Leadership. Primary duties will include, but are not limited to, the following:   - Create and monitor trend analysis within the Reasonable Accommodations, Religious Accommodations, and Diversity Management Division data reporting and analysis needs - Provide leadership with daily, weekly, monthly and annual reporting requirements; Provide senior management with detailed data reports, evaluated information to be used in executive level briefings, trending data to drive key initiatives and highlight areas to guide policy creation. - Independently research programmatic activities; review information, reconcile conflicting data, and devise new and modified methods to analyze findings. - Structure large data sets to find usable information for process improvement; create presentations and reports based on best practices and recommendations. - Support ICE Senior Leadership to identify opportunities for continual improvement; creating reports for internal teams, collaborating with individuals to collect and analyze data; use of graphs or other illustrative methods to present written findings and visualize data. - Advise management of unique conditions and issues that affect program activities and recommend strategies to improve implementation and evaluation of programs. - Develop and maintain communications with team and stakeholders by providing verbal and written communication in support of programmatic activities. - Support the MD-715 and Barrier Analysis data pulls which include key information on reasonable, religious and other Agency program areas.
Job ID
2021-3549
Location
US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 days ago(9/17/2021 2:26 PM)
The EEO Compliance Program Specialist will support the DHS ICE ODCR (Office of Diversity and Civil Rights) in Washington D.C. Primary duties will include, but are not limited to, the following: -  Responsible for monitoring the Reasonable Accommodations Email Inbox; duties include answering requests and questions using ICE provided templates, regulations and policy information. - Monitoring and routing Reasonable and/or Religious Accommodations requests to the appropriate EEO specialist. - Will assist with drafting, editing, reporting, proofreading, and technical writing functions for the department - Oversee incoming emails to proactively gauge proper escalation if needed. - Support the Diversity Management Division (DMD) needs for technical writing and administrative duties stemming from upcoming reasonable accommodations, religious exemption or COVID-19 vaccination policy.
Job ID
2021-3548
Location
US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 3 days ago(9/16/2021 3:05 PM)
XLA is looking for a Travel Analyst to support a federal agency located in Washington, D.C. Telework is currently permitted. Responsibilities will include: - Provide a lead Analyst responsible for reviewing the priorities and deadlines for the day, week, month and assigning tasks appropriately to the contract team. - Serve as the key travel contact personnel for Fraud Section employees. In this role the contractor shall provide technical, policy, and process advice and guidance on travel to employees, attorneys, and management officials. - Interpret official temporary duty (TDY) travel requests and prepare travel authorizations based on traveler, Section, and mission needs. Ensure that the requests comply with Division and Department policies and procedures. Ensure submission of travel authorizations are completed in a timely manner that complies with Department policies and processes. - Process and submit travel vouchers for reimbursement of funds and ensure all policies and processes are followed. Ensure submissions of travel vouchers are conducted in a timely manner that complies with Department policies. - Review all travel authorizations and vouchers within the Division’s travel system (E2 Solutions) for errors prior to the submission for approval. Conduct adjustments to travel requests when discrepancies are discovered. - Provide timely updates to travelers, routing officials and authorizing officials when changes occur with travel requests. - For official travel outside the U.S., the Contractor shall coordinate and obtain documents including official passports and assists employees in applying for visas. The Contractor shall contact the foreign embassy for additional information when needed and provide information to State Department to obtain country clearances. - Conduct monthly travel updates to address any open travel obligations that remain open in E2 Solutions more than 30 days after the traveler’s departure date. - Act as a liaison between Division’s finance section and FRD travel teams concerning travel policy questions, policy interpretation and vouchers/authorizations issues. - Make reservations for travelers utilizing E2 Solutions in situations where travelers are unable to make reservations on their own. - The Contractor shall assist with evaluating the current state of FRD’s travel operations and recommend improvements, document processes, and develop and update metrics for senior leadership review. Updated metric reporting will be required monthly to ensure travel authorization and vouchers are processing timely and accurately. - The Contractor shall assist Fraud Section management with creating Power-Point slides, website content, tutorials, and other work product related to the travel program for Section dissemination.
Job ID
2021-3545
Location
US-DC-
Posted Date 3 days ago(9/16/2021 3:04 PM)
XLA is looking for a Travel Analyst to support a federal agency located in Washington, D.C. Telework is currently permitted. Responsibilities will include: - Provide a lead Analyst responsible for reviewing the priorities and deadlines for the day, week, month and assigning tasks appropriately to the contract team. - Serve as the key travel contact personnel for Fraud Section employees. In this role the contractor shall provide technical, policy, and process advice and guidance on travel to employees, attorneys, and management officials. - Interpret official temporary duty (TDY) travel requests and prepare travel authorizations based on traveler, Section, and mission needs. Ensure that the requests comply with Division and Department policies and procedures. Ensure submission of travel authorizations are completed in a timely manner that complies with Department policies and processes. - Process and submit travel vouchers for reimbursement of funds and ensure all policies and processes are followed. Ensure submissions of travel vouchers are conducted in a timely manner that complies with Department policies. - Review all travel authorizations and vouchers within the Division’s travel system (E2 Solutions) for errors prior to the submission for approval. Conduct adjustments to travel requests when discrepancies are discovered. - Provide timely updates to travelers, routing officials and authorizing officials when changes occur with travel requests. - For official travel outside the U.S., the Contractor shall coordinate and obtain documents including official passports and assists employees in applying for visas. The Contractor shall contact the foreign embassy for additional information when needed and provide information to State Department to obtain country clearances. - Conduct monthly travel updates to address any open travel obligations that remain open in E2 Solutions more than 30 days after the traveler’s departure date. - Act as a liaison between Division’s finance section and FRD travel teams concerning travel policy questions, policy interpretation and vouchers/authorizations issues. - Make reservations for travelers utilizing E2 Solutions in situations where travelers are unable to make reservations on their own. - The Contractor shall assist with evaluating the current state of FRD’s travel operations and recommend improvements, document processes, and develop and update metrics for senior leadership review. Updated metric reporting will be required monthly to ensure travel authorization and vouchers are processing timely and accurately. - The Contractor shall assist Fraud Section management with creating Power-Point slides, website content, tutorials, and other work product related to the travel program for Section dissemination.
Job ID
2021-3544
Location
US-DC-
Posted Date 5 days ago(9/14/2021 3:09 PM)
XLA is looking for multiple Administrative Security Assistant to support our government customer in Farmers Branch, TX.  Please note that all applicants must be eligible to obtain a US Government Security Clearance.    The Administrative Security Assistant will initiate, receive, review and determine the accuracy and completeness of personnel security forms.    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: - Manages the security application process and assist applicants through the process. - Supports the development of contract deliverables. - Conducts database checks, inquiries, and performs data entry using a variety of U.S. Government database systems. - Prepare personnel security files (PSF).  - Receive, review and determine the accuracy and completeness of applicant forms required for Background Investigations (BI). - Determines the accuracy and completeness of the personnel security questionnaire. - Runs credit reports, processes fingerprint cards, conducts agency checks, and evaluates results. - Identifies potential reciprocity and previous investigations, issues on security forms and obtains any missing information from applicant. - Verifies the appropriate level of background investigation being requested. - Processes requests for clearances, withdrawal letters, declination letters, and prepares email notifications. - Performs general clerical functions to include:  data entry, database and file maintenance. - Provides customer service to internal and external customers via email and phone. - Maintains the PSU file and mailrooms. - Ensures all documents required for suitability processing are included, completed and ready for EOD (Entry on Duty). - Assists other teams (Investigations, Intake, EOD, File Room, etc.) on special projects as needed.
Job ID
2021-3542
Location
US-TX-Farmers Branch
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/2/2021 11:46 AM)
XLA is looking for a Task Supervisor to support CMS in Lawton, OK. This position will be required to work Monday-Friday, from 1:45pm to 10:15pm. The position is currently remote and subject to change in the future. The responsibilities include:   - Responsible for the coordination and supervision of a specific task or function for a non-technical contract or project with an emphasis on logistics, records management, human resources or other administrative focus. - Ensures all activities are carried out in accordance with project commitments or specific objectives. - Position typically supervises between 10 and 30 employees. - Responsible for day-to-day coordination and administration of tasks by ensuring quality and productivity standards are maintained while meeting client schedules. - Coordinates with other contract and subcontract personnel to ensure work moves smoothly from one functional area to another. - Works with project manager and/or client to prepare work schedules and man-hour estimates. - Ensures proper training of subordinates. - Maintains record of changes in instructions and ensures all team members are informed of changes. - Assigns and reviews subordinates’ performance. - Prepares employee performance evaluations. - Ensures completion of administrative reporting, e.g., timecards, daily statistics, logs, and task narratives. - Responds to client requests and questions. - Assists with writing manuals and other documentation. - Responsible for status and task management reports for area of responsibility. - Sets up and manages project facilities as dictated by workload requirements. - Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. - Performs a variety of tasks. Works under general supervision. - A certain degree of creativity and latitude is required. Leads and directs the work of others. - Typically reports to a supervisor or manager.
Job ID
2021-3536
Location
US-OK-Lawton
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/1/2021 9:34 AM)
XLA is looking for a Facility Planning Specialist to work onsite at a federal agency in Arlington, VA (metro accessible). Responsibilities include: - Serving as the facility project manager for centrally managed activities, performing the full range of program/project management. - Overseeing project budgets and reviewing funding proposals to meet the requirements for new facilities and/or renovation or expansion of existing facilities. - Evaluating and resolving problems or issues with widespread impact on the organization's large procurements, some of which have new or unusual. - Serving as the facilities services to the Domestic Field offices on various repairs and upgrades to the existing office. - Travel on market surveys with federal employees to survey office sites for future office. - Travel to various field offices for inspection of new construction and renovations of ongoing projects. - Preparing space utilization and layout design plans using the Computer Aided Design (CAD) to develop and prepare detailed drawings and specifications for telecommunications, furniture, electrical and other. - Reviewing facilities design criteria, guidelines, and procedures to assure optimal effectiveness in meeting specialized organization. - Preparing space layouts and basic building plans from landlords awarded leases and reviews closely for deviations from. - Discussing plans with lessors, contractors, and federal employees. - Developing project milestones and reviews cost estimates and project Determining technical project requirements and design specifications and concepts.  - Applying the rules and regulations governing the acquisition, construction and/or alterations of leased or owned. - Analyzing proposals considering numerous factors related to ability to meet requirements, utility access, cost, employeeconveniences. - Acquiring space based on the development of program requirements, preparing design, reviewing technical drawings, specifications and cost estimates, and working with occupancy agreements and tenant improvements. - Conducting pre-construction meetings to assure complete understanding of space designs and technical. - Advising all parties of requirements and modifications (exterior and interior) in more detail, such as specifications for technical operations, security, acoustics, wall specifications and coverings, color coordination, etc. - Overseeing construction and renovations, assuring all requirements and expectations are Discussing plans with lessors, general contractors, architects, and management. - Considering the General Services Administration (GSA) offers of buildings and sitesproposed for buildings built to specifications. - Preparing furniture packages and procure funding to outfit the space and manages the delivery and installation. - Developing life cycle office relocation/renovation schedules and attendant funding plans and proposals to assure facilities meet specialized requirements with maximum cost effectiveness.
Job ID
2021-3535
Location
US-VA-Arlington
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(8/27/2021 10:47 AM)
  XLA is looking for an Office Coordinator to join our client’s team on a contract-to-hire basis. The individual will sit on-site in San Diego, CA. This position pays $17.25/hour.   The Office Coordinator will be responsible for all office functions to include: - Assist customers by providing individualized attention, accurate information, efficient service and timely follow up - Answer general inquiries and assist in resolution of issues/concerns or provide direction to appropriate resource - Greet and direct employees and visitors - Stock and maintain appearance of general use areas - Provide support and/or execute activities related to in-site or off-site meetings and events - Provide contributions to the preparation of daily, weekly, and monthly reports as requested - Provide office administrative duties - Conduct regular checks of the office environment and report any areas requiring maintenance or attention - Support with security and issuing new badges - Assistance with invoicing, budgeting, and other financial documents - Miscellaneous duties as required
Job ID
2021-3533
Location
US-CA-San Diego
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(8/24/2021 10:34 AM)
XLA is looking for an Administrative Assistant to work on site at a federal agency in Washington, D.C. Responsibilities include: - Performing administrative activities for all program areas within the Diversity Management Division (DMD). Including but not limited to making copies, filing records management, correspondence, drafting and completing weekly and ad hoc reports, tracking suspense logs, managing databases, performing various financial activities, and travel.  - Serving as the point of contact for a variety of mailboxes. Follow the established Division protocols for responding to and managing inquiries through the mailboxes. Assist in developing and/or revising current standard operating procedures for the mailbox management. - Providing customer service support for all DMD functions, including answering internal and external telephone calls, meeting and greeting office visitors, coordinating meetings, video telecommunication meetings, conference calls, and directing customers to the appropriate DMD programs and ICE offices. - Assist DMD by organizing network file folders and assisting with responding to initial reasonable accommodation requests. - Assist DMD by preparing and submitting purchase requests and by maintaining quality control checks for purchasing. - Collect necessary data to complete reports and presentations. - Providing logistics and planning support for all diversity related programs, DMD internal and external meetings, strategic planning sessions, DMD field office outreach visits, and DMD training initiatives to include completing conference packets for submission. - Assist with managing PALMS training, reporting, and input. - Supporting DMD programs and initiatives, as needed, including reasonable accommodation, compliance, organizational climate assessments, special emphasis, model workplace, Anti-Harassment. - Manage DMD’s web content and page structure for the DMD SharePoint site to facilitate outreach to stakeholders. - As needed, providing support to respond to DHS, ICE, ODCR and external tasks, including researching and gathering relevant documentation, drafting responses, coordinating responses with DHS, ICE, and external offices. Managing the ICE tasks system to ensure tasks are appropriate delegated within DMD and timely responded to and tracking all DMD tasks to ensure compliance and compile quarterly and annual data.
Job ID
2021-3529
Location
US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 1 month ago(8/18/2021 12:31 PM)
  XL Associates, Inc. (XLA) has provided institutional support services to the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) for over twenty years.  XLA is now seeking candidates to support the Bureau for Resilience and Food Security (RFS) under a contract that is pending award. This is a great opportunity for those seeking to begin a career in international development to get their foot in the door and gain valuable experience supporting USAID.  The primary work location is the Ronald Reagan Building in downtown Washington, DC.     The newly reorganized RFS will strengthen coordination across the technical areas of agriculture-led growth, resilience, nutrition, and water security, sanitation and hygiene and provide state-of-the-art services to the field. The Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Assistants will provide a crucial service to coordinate and manage the increased information flow and analysis that will be necessary to support the function of Technical Centers, Support Offices, and a robust new field support model. Each MEL Assistant will be assigned a geographic and/or technical area of responsibility and work closely with their teams on assignments. Key responsibilities include: - Research and Analysis Work: Under the guidance of their supervisor, support the collection, aggregation, synthesis, analysis, and interpretation of data. Review research, surveys and/or evaluation reports to improve quality of analysis. - Program Monitoring, Evaluation, and Assessment: Support the design and review of Mission program monitoring and evaluation studies or projects for international development activities, processes or policies. Assist in the review, evaluation, and assessment of designs submitted by implementing partners, contractors, and research partners. - Presentation of Findings and Recommendations: Contribute to the synthesis of evaluation and monitoring results and their translation into written documents and/or oral presentations. Assist in the preparation of evaluation findings, reports, and articles for appropriate audiences/ stakeholders, - Technical Assistance: Support efforts to provide technical assistance for assessing, measuring and/or evaluating programs, processes and/or policies. - Collaboration: Collaborate with staff on Mission program, project, and activity monitoring and evaluation projects/studies and support efforts, as appropriate, with other program and technical staff. - Administration: Support meeting/call management to include sending out invitations, following up with participants, and working with the Administrative staff to book lines and rooms. - Perform other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2021-3527
Location
US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 1 month ago(8/6/2021 4:24 PM)
XLA is seeking a Financial Analyst to provide short-term support to the Financial Management Office (FMO) at U.S. Agency for International Development’s Mission in Amman, Jordan.  The work will primarily be performed remotely, but may be provided onsite in Amman if circumstances allow and the successful candidate is able to travel to Jordan. Core working hours for this position will be 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Amman local time and similar to the working hours of the Mission. Position may be 4-6 months in length.   Duties and Responsibilities:   Financial Management Support of Programs - Prepares quarterly financial pipeline reports. In coordination with the Program Office, leads the review and analysis of pipeline reports for designated Mission implementing portfolios. This would include identifying any funding gaps, overages and other funding issues for the assigned portfolio. - Functions as the Controller representative in specifically designated Development Objective Teams, providing expert financial management support, as needed/requested. - Prepares forward funding analysis related to proposed incremental funding actions. - Posts/Reviews financial transactions in the Global Acquisition and Assistance System (GLAAS) /Mission Agreement and Project Pipeline Report (MAPPR)/Phoenix. - Reviews Development Objective Agreements (DOAGs), grants, Implementation Letters (ILs) and other project/activity implementation documents such as Host Country Contracts, to ensure their consistency with general activity design. - Prepares the financial section of the Project Approval Document (PAD) design document and assists technical offices in preparing detailed illustrative budgets that represent the U.S. Government cost estimate for acquisition and assistance procurement transactions. - Performs Section 1311 reviews of program funded expired obligations to determine whether obligated funds are still required in accordance with Agency requirements to ensure the validity of all obligations and commitments. - Facilitates the de-obligation of funds no longer considered valid and properly documents all decisions. - Assists the technical teams in performing financial close-out of agreements. - Collaborates with the technical teams to prepare and monitor the Program Support. - Performs other financial management functions as directed by the Sup. Financial Analyst and/or Controller.   Other infrequent tasks - Participates in conducting financial reviews, assessments, and related follow-up on the implementation of recommendations and risk mitigation plans. - Reviews audit reports and follows-up on outstanding audit recommendations.  
Job ID
2021-3522
Location
JO-Amman
Posted Date 1 month ago(8/6/2021 4:15 PM)
XLA is looking to hire an E2 Travel Specialist to work on site at DEA in Arlington, VA (metro accessible). Members of the XLA team work within the Financial Operations Section (FNO) by providing the E2 help desk support, answering questions, researching travel documents, routing issues, and maintaining E2 Access Forms. Employees with the Travel Services Unit work closely with the E2 Travel Helpdesk. Team members provide helpdesk support to all inquiries pertaining to E2 travel responding and researching all questions.  This helpdesk support is provided to all personnel at DEA. Our team assists DEA employees to ensure all Travel Cards are being used in accordance with all regulations. In addition, our team members generate E2 usage reports and provide cost comparisons for E2 travelers creating documents tracking E2 progress.  This information is used to update quarterly travel savings and used in the Office of Finance newsletter.   The E2 Travel Specialist will be tasked with: - Creating new E2 accounts for travelers  - Advising travelers on how to complete authorizations and submit travel vouchers in E2 - Advising travelers on all agency travel policies - Troubleshooting and resolving issues with rejected E2 documents from UFMS - Maintaining database for documents on local intranet 
Job ID
2021-3521
Location
US-VA-Arlington
Posted Date 3 months ago(6/28/2021 10:17 AM)
XLA is looking for a EEO Compliance Specialist to work on site at our customer's offices in Washington D.C. The EEO Compliance Analyst will be responsible for: - Experience reviewing, editing, and uploading documents into the EEOC website - Monitor incoming email and provide data reports to investigators and document requests from OHC - Process draft ROIs - Issue Reports of Investigations and Advisement of Rights and upload to iComplaints - Process cost sheets and investigation case files and upload to iComplaints and update Event - Complete monthly CRD data report for leadership - Prepare data pulls from iComplaints for site visit briefs - Prepare monthly statistics Other responsibilities may include: - Drafting reports regarding ODCR mission activities, including researching and compiling relevant information from multiple data sources, analyzing data to identify trends, triggers, and barriers, and compiling information to service ODCR customers and meet ICE reporting requirements; - Drafting briefs regarding ODCR mission activities, including identifying relevant audience and tailoring information to specific needs and areas of responsibility, compiling relevant information from multiple data sources, analyzing data to identify trends, triggers, and barriers, aggregating and integrating program information, tracking ICE program outputs and outcomes, utilizing latest graphic design and statistical software, and compiling information to service ODCR customers and meet ICE reporting requirements;  - Drafting standard operating procedures and assessments regarding ODCR mission activities, including using qualitative and quantitative data in assessment process, including researching and compiling relevant information from multiple data sources, analyzing data to identify trends, triggers, and barriers, participating in assessment process, drafting recommendations to resolve identified concerns, and compiling information to service ODCR customers and meet ICE reporting requirements;  - Editing reports, briefs, standard operating procedures, and assessments to ensure accuracy, reviewing citations and underlying data, and ensuring professional business standards. - Familiarity with Equality Employment Opportunity rules, regulations, and practices.
Job ID
2021-3505
Location
US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(7/6/2021 10:12 AM)
XLA is looking for a Budget Analyst to support a federal customer in Washington, D.C.   The ideal candidate shall have demonstrated experience in the following: - Review invoices and prepare invoice packages - Process invoices in the Unified Financial Management System (UFMS) - Review duplicate payment report monthly and contact vendors - Contact vendors and obtain electronic funds information for ACH payment - Maintain and update vendor information in UFMS - Prepare currency transmittals and forward to the Justice Management Division (JMD) - Commit and obligate documents in UFMS - Update document control log (DCN) and confirm information in UFMS matches the control document - Process travel authorizations and/or travel vouchers - File documents physically and electronically - Ad hoc financial analysis and report review - Provide travel policy support  - Performs other duties as assigned    
Job ID
2021-3488
Location
US-DC-
Posted Date 5 months ago(4/13/2021 11:48 AM)
XLA is looking for a Financial Analyst SME that has experience working with Federal Financial Accounting. The ideal candidate will have the following experience: - Have demonstrated knowledge of Federal financial statements and working knowledge of reviewing OMB and Treasury guidance regarding General purpose and reclassified financial statements. - Shall have experience analyzing data from financial systems. - Must demonstrate ability to review transactions or documents to assure compliance with rules and regulations. Ability to work with and out of multiple systems simultaneously. - Must be able to research and respond to inquiries. 
Job ID
2021-3461
Location
US-DC-
Posted Date 5 months ago(4/13/2021 11:49 AM)
XLA is looking for a Financial Analyst/Project Manager that has experience working with Federal Financial Accounting. The ideal candidate will have the following experience: - Have demonstrated knowledge of Federal financial statements and working knowledge of reviewing OMB and Treasury guidance regarding General purpose and reclassified financial statements. - Shall have experience overseeing a team of 10+ resources. - Shall have experience analyzing data from financial systems. - Must demonstrate ability to review transactions or documents to assure compliance with rules and regulations. Ability to work with and out of multiple systems simultaneously. - Must be able to research and respond to inquiries. 
Job ID
2021-3460
Location
US-DC-
Posted Date 3 months ago(6/10/2021 10:47 AM)
XLA is looking for multiple candidates to work at CMS in Lawton, OK. This position will be required to work Tuesday-Friday, from 1:45pm to 10:15pm, Saturdays from 10:45am to 7:15pm. Telework is currently available to all staff once trained.   The position responsibilities include:  - You will provide telephone and computer support by following specific scripts and guidelines and you will be seated at a computer for the majority of your shift. - Post information to agency records and modify forms or records. - Perform data entry and retrieval and perform arithmetical computations. - Conduct outbound telephone support calls. - Receive coaching/feedback and implement/take action to make changes as appropriate. - Participate in internal training through company learning management system and passing certification tests. - Maintain required production and quality standards as outlined by the contract. - Demonstrate flexibility and ability to adapt to change.
Job ID
2021-3452
Location
US-OK-Lawton
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(8/24/2021 11:07 AM)
 XLA is looking for a Contract Specialist to support our client. The job site is in a niche area in Arlington, VA that is close to restaurants, shops, and public transportation.   Here is what you need to know about the responsibilities: - Develop acquisition plans and procurement  milestone schedules - Coordinate tasks and attend meetings related to the development of a procurement  package - Prepare procurement packages, including preparation  and review of requirements  documentation (e.g., Statements of Work (SOWs), Statements of Objectives (SOOs), Statement of Need (SON), Performance  Work Statement (PWS)), market research documentation, independent  government cost estimates (IGCEs), draft evaluation factors, applicable pre-award determinations and findings, and applicable pre-award clearances  and reviews (e.g., Small Business  Set-Aside Review and Information  Technology  Checklist) - Provide recommendations concerning the selection of contract type and method of acquisition - Prepare and assist with the preparation of Justifications  for Other-Than-Full- and-Open-Competition (JOFOCs) - Prepare or assist with the preparation of Determinations and Findings - Draft or assist in drafting and issuing applicable pre-award synopses - Present or assist in presenting acquisition planning documentation for higher level reviews and approvals - Review of acquisition requirements documents - Review and improve customer statements of work and other pre-award documentation - Participate in working groups - Review and participate in training development and delivery - Develop briefings and position papers, review drafts, and finalize documentation  
Job ID
2021-3432
Location
US-VA-Arlington