DEFTEC Corporation
  • Washington, DC, USA
  • Full Time

significant amount of work from home

Resource Management Analyst

National Capital Region

What We Can Offer YOU!

Exceptional Company Benefits:

Health, Dental, Vision, Life & AD&D Insurance, Short- and Long-Term Disability, Paid Time Off, 10 Paid Holidays, 401(k) Plan, and more!


  • General Support: assess the requirements and capabilities in the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) of the Army's Treaty Compliance and Surety resource management responsibilities and provide staff support to assist in fulfilling these responsibilities. Interact with the responsible POCs in OSD, the Army Secretariat, ARSTAF, TIAs, and Army Service Component Commands to ensure that Army arms control treaty requirements are properly stated and that adequate funding is received for their implementation and compliance.
    • Resource Management Handbook: create and update semiannually an Army Resource Management Handbook. The Handbook contains an overview of PPBE and resource management concepts, processes, players, timelines and procedures, with specific treatments of acronym definitions, appropriation structure, fiscal law, the time value of money, unfunded requirement resolution procedures, and lessons learned. Review Treaty Compliance resource management activities for each current Government fiscal year (FY) and provide a summary analysis. CDRL A0015
    • PPBE Roadmap Graphic: provide a graphic that describes the timing of each phase and an overview of the responsibilities of each office involved in Army Treaty Compliance Resource Management, viz., OSD; the Army G-3/5/7; Army G-8 Program Analysis & Evaluation Directorate (PAED); DAMO-SSD; the ASCCs and Army TIAs and their staffs.
  • Planning: analyze treaty planning assumptions published by the responsible POCs in OSD on ARSTAF, TIA, and ASCC resource management responsibilities. Collect and analyze the policy and financial documents that comprise the critical inputs to the preparation of the Treaty Compliance portion of the Army's Program Objective Memorandum (POM). The policy and guidance documents will include, inter alia: DoD and Army treaty planning assumptions, when published; the Army Program Guidance Memorandum (APGM); Army G-3/5/7 and G-8 POM Preparation Instructions, when published; and Program Evaluation Group (PEG) or other ARSTAF and Army Secretariat guidance.
  • Programming. Identify, analyze and publish administrative instructions and financial constraints that affect the preparation of the Army Treaty Compliance PEG briefing. Request financial and manpower requirements and justifications for the POM years from TIAs and other organizations. Ensure the distribution of applicable guidance to all organizations with operational and resource management responsibilities in the implementation and compliance of all arms control treaties, agreements, initiatives, and emerging issues. Analyze the respondent data, prepare and submit the PEG briefing by TIAs and their staffs to the COR for review and approval. Assess the resource requirement justifications presented at each briefing, and identify and recommend critical funding issues and special interest items by treaty, command, FY, and Management Decision Package (MDEP) that will require the attention of the PEG.
    • POM Roadmap Graphic. Provide a POM Roadmap Graphic that graphically depicts the roles, responsibilities, activities, desired outcomes, players and coordination requirements during the POM process.
    • Resource Management PEG Brief. Prepare and submit the Army Resource Management PEG Briefing to the COR annually.
    • Validated Requirements Audit Trail. Track and provide an analysis of the variance between the requirements recorded in the PEG briefing and those validated at BESPOM lock using a Validated Requirements Audit Trail for the Army MDEPs VCWT and VTRE.
  • Budgeting: record the evolution of resource requirements from the program years to the budget years for each arms control treaty, agreement, and initiative. Re-design, populate, and maintain an Army Resource Database that records the evolution of funding and requirements from the program years through the budget and prior years. Analyze the changes in resource requirements and funding based on evolving treaty planning assumptions, operational experience, and Congressional, DoD, and HQDA funding adjustments and apply the results to an audit of the current FY President's Budget submission.
  • Execution: analyze the execution data (obligations) for the current Government FY for all arms control treaties, agreements and initiatives and compare the results to the funding authority transmitted to each applicable operating agency via Funding Authorization Documents (FADs). Perform variance analyses of financial performance against stated requirements, prepare budget execution review supporting documentation, and conduct analyses that support recommendations for the reallocation or transfer or reprogramming of resources resulting from revised treaty requirements and financial performance.
  • Resource Management Previous FY Year-End Summary: record the financial history of the previous FY and conduct an analysis of activities that occurred during that FY, from the Planning through Execution phases. Provide a visual representation and supporting narrative, by month, of events that occurred in the offices of the OSD, the Army Secretariat, and the ARSTAF, and with TIAs and Army ASCCs that are associated with each of these events. Provide a year-end summary analysis annually.
    • Army Resource Management Funding Lock Positions, Audit Trails and UFR Analysis. Provide staff support to the MDEP Manager to assist the office in the execution of its treaty resource management oversight function.
  • Monthly Program Status Report: Provide a Program Status Report monthly.


Education & Experience

  • BA/BS in a field associated with Finance, Business Administration, or Accounting
  • 5 to 7 years in defense acquisition policy and reproting; or Planning, Programming, Budgeting & Execution (PPBE) management; or Program Objective memorandum (POM) preparatio
  • Other Requirements
  • Active Secret Clearance

If you require reasonable accommodation in completing an application, interviewing, or otherwise participating in the employee selection process, please direct your inquiries to Pam Clark: (256) 715-9901 ext. 708.


DEFTEC's goal is to always support mission readiness by providing up-the-stream solutions to the Warfighters to better enable them to respond to evolving threats. Everything we do is designed to PROTECT THE WARFIGHTER. Our company was founded on, and is continuously inspired by, the critical missions that save Warfighters' lives.

DEFTEC Corporation provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, national origin, status as a parent, disability (physical or mental), family medical history or genetic information, political affiliation, military service, or other non-merit based factors.

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