DPAS Analyst (3501)

Tracks and monitors changes to PEO level DPAS inventories (weekly), reports adjustments and runs inquiries and reports using DPAS. (120 hours)
Analyzes Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) open lateral transfers and coordinates resolution between gaining commands and program offices. (320 hours)
Prepares Monthly PBUSE open lateral transfer report and tracks resolution to close-out. (240 hours)
Maintains DPAS and PBUSE account access, coordinates all required reporting and facilitates issue resolution for program and program executive officer staffs concerning account set-up, access, training and problem resolution. (120 hours)
Coordinates with Program Executive Office and Program office leads to capture all bi-weekly DPAS reporting requirements; follows-up using email and phone calls to ensure all data and reporting is kept up to date. (210 hours)
Analyses property and recommends reporting format and policy changes to facilitate better accountability and communicate accurate and comprehensive accounting. (120 hours)
Prepares documents to help communicate business processes changes and recommends policy adjustments to facilitate auditability of all PEO/PM assets. (120 hours)
Coordinates and leads Ad Hoc and periodic integrated product team meetings that address DPAS and PBUSE accountability issues. (240 hours).
Coordinates with DPAS program office and contractor to resolve system issues and facilitate better compliance and reporting and works PEO system issues to resolution. (120 hours)
Develops, updates and publishes standard operating procedures and maintains and publishes ASA ALT property accountability command supply discipline program checklists; conducts periodic inspections of PEO operations, accountable officers and hand receipt holder sites to ensure basic Army property requirements are being met; recommends changes to PEO operations, accountable officers and hand receipt holders to help them improve their operations. (120 hours)
Supports ASA ALT Auditability office for audit testing and audit readiness; provides reports, and data from APSRs to help the audit team conduct audit testing; analyzes deficiencies and provides recommended resolution; periodically supports audit readiness team during on site audit testing visits (120 hours)
Educational Requirements:
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
Experience Requirements:
5 years' experience in the logistics, supply and property management in support of U.S. Army systems and equipment.
2 years' experience as a property book officer/manager using the property book unit supply enhanced (PBUSE)
2 years' experience as a property manager using the Defense Property Accountability System
Must be expert in use of Microsoft Excel and Power Point applications
Other Requirements:
Active Secret Clearance

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