Logistics Support Inc.
Job Title: POM (Program Objective Memorandum) Analyst
Location: Washington, DC (Pentagon)
• Produce technical documents in support of POM cycles. (e.g. point papers, summary analyses, cost analysis, schedules, requirements, and plans of action and milestones (POA&Ms))
• Analyze and report on the programming and budgeting effects of a program.
• Implement fiscal practices and controls, manage financial control systems, collect financial data, and analyze financial reports.
• Conduct financial analyses of program execution.
• Analyze obligations and expenditures, maintain forecasts, prepare reports on the status of availability of funds, track and prioritize unfunded requirements, prepare reports on budget exhibits to capture obligations and expenditures for associated programs, and support the development and review of execution year funding efforts.
• Provide analysis of and report on any associated potential programming risks that may be caused by the addition or reduction of Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPT&E).
• Analyze and report on requirements determinations, programming, site surveys, project management plans, facilities design, and facility construction (e.g. Base Re-Alignment and Closure (BRAC), new facilities requirements, etc.).
• Develop independent cost estimates (for life cycle costs or other activities).
• Review all programming and budgeting line items for applicable OPNAV requirements.
• Analyze, evaluate and report on Total Ownership Cost (TOC), Cost as an Independent Variable (CAIV) and Life Cycle Cost (LCC).
• Provide Return on Investment (ROI) figures.
• Appropriately code each programming and budgeting line item in the Program Budget Information System (PBIS) database by pillar classification in preparation for POM.
• Review Earned Value Reports.
• Provide assessments of one-of-a-kind issues, to include the investigation of potential Anti-Deficiency Act (ADA) violations.
• Develop meeting agendas, record meeting minutes and action items, and develop presentation materials
Candidates are required to obtain/retain a SECRET level security clearance.
Education – Bachelor’s degree in mathematics, statistics, business, law, engineering, physical science or management discipline such as business administration, accounting, finance, economics or a management information technology.
Experience – Ten (10) years of general experience highlighting knowledge of the federal budget process and the Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution System (PPBE) in the Department of Defense (DoD). More specifically, two (2) years highlighting experience in development of Navy POM.
LSInc is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and other protected characteristics.