• Non Kinetic Operations (NKO) Support

    Job Locations US-VA-Newport News
    ID
    2019-1092
    Category
    Warfare Training/Support
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Posted Date
    3 weeks ago(11/25/2019 11:47 AM)
  • Overview

    NKO branch will be responsible for providing the resource priority, operational policy and strategic vision to deliver effective Information Operations (IO) and select mom-kinetic Information Related Capabilities (IRCs) and forces to the Combatant Commander via organize, train and equip responsibilities, including resource management, global force management, functional management, and training management functions.

    Responsibilities

    Resource Management:

    • Provide technical advice on the optimum resource usage for NKO programs.
    • Assist, coordinate, and provide guidance on all NKO issues, Plans, Programs and Budgeting System (PPBS) and resource planning actions for IO and Non-Kinetic Operations (NKO) PEs.
    • Prepare independent analysis of current and projected financial baselines for IO and NKO PEs and making recommendations regarding resource planning actions to support the programs, systems migrations, system modernization, and interface developments. Oversee Budgeting Execution Report (BER), Execution Plan, and Initial Distribution
    • Provide fiscal expertise to the branch chief in support of the preparation and presentation of briefings for existing and proposed system changes.
    • Track funding documents from creation to completion. Provide funding document status updates to ACC/A3R, DFAS, AMIC and branch leadership. Find and reconcile inaccuracies and close documents in coordination with Branch Program Manager, ACC A3R, AMIC, Accounting Liaison Office (ALO) and Defense Finance and Accounting (DFAS).
    • Process commitment and obligation documentation and forms to include Forms 616, Forms 9, Forms 4009, MIPRs, MORDs, and Journal Vouchers in Automated Business Service System (ABSS), Defense Accounting and Management System (DEAMS) and manually as required (i.e., shipment of freight, etc.).
    • Receive, review, and consolidate inputs for financial and program management taskings to ensure branch response meets the suspense date.
    • Attend budget meetings supporting the NKO programs

     

    Course Financial Management:

     

    • Coordinate with course registrar for up to ten (10) IO/NKO/Command and Control (C2)/Special Access Program (SAP) courses at any given time to identify funding requirements to support student throughput.
    • Backup the AOC quota manager for 20 AOC courses, including Initial Qualification Training (IQT) courses, Fundamentals courses and AOC advanced courses.
    • Track student funding process from student identification to close out of DTS travel vouchers.
    • Determine funding sources to support student class attendance.
    • Coordinate Fund Cite Requests (FCRs) supporting student travel.
    • From FCRs create Fund Cite Authorization Letter (FCAL) and coordinate with ACC/A3R for funding approval.
    • Send approved FCALs to PMs and/or students and request cross- org so that travel authorizations can be created by traveler.
    • Track travel orders and travel vouchers in DEAMS/ABSS/CRIS to completion.
    • Ensure student authorizations and vouchers for IO/NKO/C2/SAP courses mentioned in this document are correct and filed.
    • Process fund cite authorization letters for all non-division personnel using A3C fund cites. Prepare DTS cross organizational requests.
    • Reconcile open DTS travel vouchers for closure and/ or deletion from DTS, on a monthly basis.
    • Validate and coordinate requests for reimbursement for travel or training, and forward to A3R for reimbursement processing (i.e., applies to After the Fact Funding). Provide quarterly validation to A3R of reimbursements processed for Division PEs.

    Qualifications

     

    • Must possess an Active TS/SCI Clearance
    • Must possess a minimum of 5 years financial resource management experience, including 2 years of budget cycle, POM, execution/spend plan preparation, and program financial baseline analysis experience.
    • Must possess a minimum of 4 years’ financial experience utilizing financial processing software applications/systems such as Defense Enterprise Accounting and Management System (DEAMS), Commander’s Resource Integration System (CRIS), and Automated Business Service System (ABSS).

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