Program Analyst - Military veterans preferred

Kellogg Brown & Root (


  full-time   employee

United States


Program Analyst

Supports the customer program manager in executing his/her mission providing subject matter expertise needed to ensure that everything in the program is managed effectively to ensure a successful project outcome. Also provides support to the PM in program management reviews and other technical reviews. Assists or creates briefings, information papers, or reports to Department level executives or Congressional representatives.

Analyzes program strategies to devise the most efficient methods of operating within the lifecycle framework. Specifically assists the Product Manager in transitioning from a Middle Tier Acquisition Program to a DoD 5000.02 Program of Record within the traditional acquisition pathway. Tracks specific internal and external driven tasks relating to the documentation necessary for entry into Milestone C following a successful rapid prototyping pathway. Collates responses / recommendations on tailoring documentation requirements and generates / facilitates regulatory or statutory waiver requests consistent with the Product Manger guidance. Through coordination with contractor and government action officers, ensures that acquisition strategies/plans and other statutory/regulatory documentation (writing, editing, cross-walking, and compliance checking), briefings and white papers are executed within schedule constraints to support acquisition decisions at each of the milestone. Ensures completion of assigned tasks are tracked and executed within schedule constraints that include the preparation of schedules for program strategies, financial analyses such as funding profiles, and variance analysis that support those strategies. Gathers and organizes information on problems or procedures as required and provide information to internal and external stakeholders as required. Pro-actively identifies and solves the most complex problems that impact the operations management and direction of the program. Analyzes data gathered, develops information and considers all available solutions or alternate methods of proceeding. Has broad understanding of risk management, and the ability to provide operations risk mitigation recommendations. Collaborates with senior management, customers, governmental agencies, regulators or vendors to influence decisions. Serves as the primary point of contact with the Department of the Army System Coordinator (DASC) and the Cross Functional Team.

Recognized as an individual with advanced expertise which may span multiple disciplines across echelons above the PEO.

Requires broad and comprehensive expertise in operations across multi-disciplined teams, cross-functional IPTs, and military organizations.

May be the primary customer contact for assigned area of responsibility.

Requires a Bachelor degree with 10 or more years of relevant experience supporting military or acquisition operations, with at least 3 years' experience supporting an acquisition program management office

A Secret Security Clearance is required for this position.

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