Accounting Analyst

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Salary period: Annual
TASC is looking for a Junior Level Financial Analyst.
This Financial Analyst will assist the government with financial management operations and financial analysis; assist in identifying, recommending, and implementing improvements to financial management and accounting business processes; support government representatives at meetings and briefings at all levels; assist in the development of detailed financial statements and reporting; and, provide support in preparing audit documentation artifacts and related activities.
Observation, documentation, and validation of executed physical inventory procedures to ensure consistent and complete inventory execution to support existence (book to floor) and completeness (floor to book) audit assertions.
Population of acquired asset inventory data with asset values, asset type/sub-type, government point of contact, and other information deemed necessary to enable generation of complete asset records.
Analysis and review contracts and financial transactions to substantiate the existence and occurrence, completeness, rights and obligations, and valuation of PP&E.;
Reconciliation of populated inventory data and contracts valuations to identify and value the PP&E; capital portfolio. Preparation and defense of Prior Period Adjustment (PPA) packages to oversight.
Update standardized PP&E; templates and tools to provide consistency in application of review procedures, collection of sufficient supporting documentation and work papers.
Identify and review agency contracts and transactions per reassertion methodologies to aid in documenting the existence and occurrence, completeness, rights and obligations, and valuation of PP&E.;
Reconcile physical inventory results with the contracts analysis and review.
Research standard or unit prices for non-developmental items found with unknown values and apply associated values to the inventory results.
Observe execution of documented physical inventory procedures to ensure consistent and complete execution across all campuses, sites, and other facilities identified in the Baseline Valuation and Inventory Plan.
Prepare and maintain summaries of executed procedures observed at each inventory site and notify SI and FM of significant execution discrepancies or inconsistencies as inventory procedures are being executed.
Support preparation of journal vouchers and associated supporting documentation to adjust new or updated PP&E; values resulting from the reassertion effort including inventory results.
Assign and document the appropriate accounting treatments Provide controlled data management to ensure standardized handling, processing, and analysis; data organization; data control; and data quality.
Support government personnel and participate in discussions and briefings with auditors, management, and oversight associated with the PP&E; reassertion and all contributing activities.
Support preparation of agency PP&E; accounting policies, business rules, and valuation methodologies to include those related to Internal Use Software (IUS).
Customer-service and goal oriented. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work independently and as a team member under tight deadlines with changing priorities. Ability to input data into management and reporting tools
Required Experience:
MUST HAVE a Bachelors Degree Finance or Accounting
Minimum of FOUR years of financial, accounting and/or audit experience preferably with DoD or another federal agency MUST HAVE A TS/SCI.

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