The Program Controller will primarily perform financial and data analysis and develops reports to ensure that contracts are implemented within agreed-upon parameters and government cost control guidelines exclusively to Federal Government clients on a fee-for-service or billable hours basis.
Develops budgets and schedules for contract work.
Performs and/or assists in analyses of all financials, such as funding, revenue & expense outlooks, variance analysis and internal systems reports.
Devises, controls and implements all program financial reporting and advises management of financial status.
Ensures all contractual deliverable requirements (e.g. billing, reports) are met.
Facilitates proper invoicing to assigned customers and assists with the investigations of any outstanding accounts receivables (AR).
Performs analysis to identify and mitigate program cost and scheduling risks.
Analyzes, tracks and maintains adequate funding for work at hand.
Maintains accurate records of expenditures, prepares expenditure projections.
Manages and submits timely requests to the government for additional funding.
Incorporates contractual changes into control systems.
Analyzes and tracks progress of work against contract items and reports on contract cost and schedule baselines.
Devises analytical instruments to report or performs in-depth studies to determine optimum program plans.
Leads interdepartmental development of program plans. Interfaces with vendors and customers, creates and tracks purchase orders.
Performs investigations as required.
Oversees and reports performance to ensure that contractual, cost and schedule objectives are met; arranges modifications as required.
Responds to requests from Corporate CFO and / or Division Finance & Business Operations staff related to revenue and sales tracking and forecasts for the projects assigned.
Supplies data and inputs to Outlooks and Forecasts.
Tracks, analyzes and interprets systems outputs (e.g.SAART, ROME, Deltek Time Reporting, Costpoint, A/P, A/R, Purchasing).
Required Skills, Experience, and Education:
Bachelor’s Degree in finance, accounting or business administration or relevant work experience.
TS SCI. May be requested to sit for polygraph after start.