Founded in 2009, RSC2, Inc. is a Small Business Administration (SBA) Certified HUBZone Professional Services company headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland. RSC2 provides breakthrough expertise, support services, and technologies to make operations, programs and systems of record perform better. Our professional staff is trained to provide world-class services to all types of customers. We uphold the integrity and quality of our work so you can expect only the best from us.
We are looking for an Integration Program Analyst to join our growing company! The Program Analyst will support the PM EW&C Integration Division for USAEUR, CEMA, and MDTF ONS acquisition management activities. This position serves as SETA support to the PM EW&C Integration Division. PM EW&C is the assigned Office or Primary Responsibility (OPR) for the Cyber Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA), United States Army Europe (USAEUR), and the 1st Multi Domain Task Force (MDTF) Operational Needs Statement (ONS). The Program Analyst provides direct support for the multiple Operational Needs that PM EW&C is the Office of Primary Responsibility in the areas of program and financial analysis to include day-to-day program analysis and management.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Provides System Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) program support services for PM Electronic Warfare and Cyber (PM EW&C) Integration Division.
Provide program analyst support to include creating and managing FY budgets and spend plans, forecasting of resource requirements for manpower, contracts, travel/training, equipment, supplies, and funds.
Retrieve status of funds (SOF) reports in GFEBS and work directly with customer budget analysts and directors/commanders to request reimbursement and disbursement status to assure actual expenditures do not exceed authorized amounts.
Prepare studies and/or analysis for further identification of funding requirements or for presentation of funds status.
Perform management studies and reviews pertaining to issues involving mission, organization, functions, and productivity management.
Interpret findings for studies having significant impacts and for development of constructive recommendations for solving management problems regarding all funding for prior and current year funding requirements.
Reassess and refine costs for complex missions on an ongoing basis, incorporating actual cost data as it becomes available.
Analyze and evaluate cost estimates of projects for all Fiscal Year (FY) Functional Support Agreement (FSA) financial data requirements to ensure compliance with ASA (ALT), PEO, and PM policies.
Regularly follow-up with all contracts point of contacts (POC) regarding monthly disbursement plans versus actuals reported to the PEO monthly.
Review all funding execution actions.
Prepare briefings, cost analysis documents, Army Strategic Portfolio Analysis & Review (SPAR), SPAR Charts, P&R forms, Budget, Requirements, and Program (BRP) documents, Spruill charts, cash flow, and congressional impact statements for the Integration Division programs.
Develop briefings, and Issue Sheets/Impact Statements/Reclamas/Information Papers
Coordinate and develop Acquisition Strategy Reports, Budget Exhibits, Budget Execution and Planning, Integrated Master Schedule (IMS), Weapon System Reviews, and Programmatic Risk Reviews.
Coordinate with all internal and external stakeholders to ensure all actions are occur timely, accurately, and in line with the plan.
Develop budget implementation plans, define timelines, execute project activities and coordinate with internal and external product budget teams to ensure proper funds execution.
Update, track, and maintain documentation for all budgetary actions and financial data to ensure compliance with audit procedures. This includes Budgetary documentation such as Requests for Funds (R4F), DD Form 448 (Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR), DD Form 448-2 (MIPR Acceptance), AMC Form 1095G (PWD), DD Form 7600 (Functional Support Agreement (FSA), and Contract Modifications.
Assist with the creation of Independent Government Cost Estimate (IGCE), review and track funding MODs, respond to customer budgetary questions where applicable.
Provide budget input to Integration Division Chief and Assistant Program Managers (APM) for IPRs, Non-Programs of Record (POR), Spend Plans, Program Management Reviews (PMR) etc.
Monitor and provide contractual briefings to Government leadership on various administrative statuses, including, current and cancelled funding appropriations, Burn Data analysis information, reconciliations, and work with the Contractor to recognize where underruns exist to allow for a prompt de-obligation of excess funds to expedite contract closeout functions.
Provide analysis of data for Rough Order of Magnitudes (ROM).
Process requests for funding requests submitted within the Integration Division.
Consistently review latest guidance to ensure acquisitions comply with FAR, DFARS, AFARS, and Information Assurance regulations, policies, and requirements.
Create detailed briefings for internal and stakeholder use to plan and define program needs
Develop financial reports, program status reports, program briefings and product marketing material; create project plans, reports and information papers and briefings for presentation to U.S. Army Business Office and United States Army Pacific Command staff
Establish, assess and track program risks and resolutions; assist ONS programs with the development of risk management plans, processes and risk identification.
Cost, Data and Risk Analysis
Army Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (AFARS)
Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR)
Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS)
US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP)
US Army Project Management Resource Tools (PMRT)
US Army Procurement Portfolio Management Tool (PPMT)
US Army Comprehensive Cost and Requirement (CCaR)
US Army P&R Forms Application; Procurement and RDTE (P&R) Forms
HQ Department of the Army Task Management Tool (TMT)
General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS)
Microsoft Teams and SharePoint Proficiency
BA or BS degree or equivalent is preferred.
Must have and Active Secret Clearance
4+ years of experience
Experience using Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Excellent interpersonal skills, proven verbal and written communications, and the ability to work on multi-functional teams in a fast-paced development environment
Ability to self-start and multi-task in a fast-paced environment and prioritize multiple tasks with minimal supervision
Excellent organizational, problem solving, and strategic thinking skills
Minimum of 5% travel required within CONUS
Fiscal Law Certificate of completion within the last two years (Required)
DoD Financial Management certification (Preferred)
DAWIA Business Financial Management (Preferred)
Work Location: On-site at APG, MD, telework is available Employment Type: Full-Time, Salary-Exempt Benefits Package: We offer a top tier benefits package which includes medical, dental, vision, PTO, employer matching retirement plan, and more!
**COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement Statement: As a federal contractor in compliance with Executive Order 14042, effective November 1, 2021, all positions will require successful candidates to obtain and show proof of a COVID-19 vaccination (or medical/religious exemption) on the first day of employment. RSC2, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and will provide reasonable accommodation to those individuals who cannot be vaccinated.
We are an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other protected characteristic. The EEO is the Law poster is available here.