Logistics Asset Manager (Internal Use Software (IUS) SME)





Title: Logistics Asset Manager (Internal Use Software (IUS) SME)
Clearance: TS/SCI CI Polygraph 
Location: McLean, VA/Reston, VA

Minimum Requirements

Serve as the SME for topics relating to ODNI Internal Use Software (IUS) and related issues.
Establish IUS training modules and administer to components via live and web based sessions as it pertains to IUS.
Work closely with Logistics staff to complete various projects relating to asset management and to ensure sustained capabilities in all areas of asset management.
Consult the Program Managers on processes and governance; identify gaps and make recommendations to improve upon asset management program shortfalls.
Maintain and update IUS entries in the SOR on behalf of organizational components and ensure supporting documentation is accurate and complete.
Generate and communicate quarterly data calls to ODNI components, compile and reconcile responses within the SOR and report responses to CFE as required.
Provide data analysis and governance consulting for leadership briefings to provide recommendations for and to remediate audit findings, and provide updates.
Support ODNl/MS Facilities & Logistics through consultation and generating responses to RFls pertaining to IUS audit findings and corrective action plans.
Maintain and update Cycle memos, policy documents and IPD's relating to IUS.
Provide support to the Asset Manager by performing tasks related to the annual FMFIA ICP testing and risk assessments program.
Participate in multiple meetings with ODNI components, the DNl-CFE, IG auditors and asset managers to plan and respond to PP&E Audit related issues.

Desired Requirements

Required Qualifications 

Bachelor's degree in Asset Management, Accounting or Risk Management and three or more years of federal asset management experience. Alternatively, without a Bachelor's degree, the candidate must have eight (8) or more years of federal asset management experience.
Knowledge of CIA and ODNI Asset Management systems.
Extensive knowledge of Asset Management and Audit governance and best practices.
Familiarity with Statement of Federal Financial Accounting Standards publications.
Technical knowledge and skill in working with quantitative data, and in utilizing software tools including Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel, and Word.
Ability to handle multiple, demanding, and complex tasks in a timely manner with accurate results.
TS/SCI  CI poly
Desired Qualification  
Eight (8) or more years of federal asset management experience within the IC.
Excellent communication skills; ability to tactfully brief senior level executives.

Work Schedule
You are required to work 40 hours a week, Monday through Friday.  Core work hours are 9:00 am EST to 3:00 PM EST.