Program Control Senior Level Analyst (SRF 2412)
Peggy Frazier Buvia
1201 N. Nash Street, #505
Arlington, VA 22209
Program Control Analyst with over 15 years of financial management support. Experience in preparing reports, performing analysis, implementing and reviewing financial accounting data. Administrative and financial expertise in managing multiple assignments and meeting tight deadlines. Familiarity with Government Accounting principles and multiple contract types. Working knowledge of the government contracting life cycle, from contract initiation and set up through final closeout. Ability to quickly to perform well in both group and individual situations; good interpersonal skills.
Clearance: Secret (previously held a TS/SCI w/CI poly, BI dtd 2007)
Certifications and Training
• The Government Contract Negotiations Workshop
• Time and Materials Contract and Pricing – Federal Contracts Training
• Microsoft Office – Excel, Word and PowerPoint
• Costpoint – Setup, Reports and Queries
• Peoplesoft 9.2
• Strayer University, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Magna Cum Laude
March 2016-August 2016 ManTech International
Program Control Analyst – Herndon, VA
• Performed financial analyses such as funding profiles, revenue outlook, and variance analysis.
• Produced reports in order to ensure that contracts are within negotiated and agreed-upon parameters and cost control guidelines and distributed to customers as assigned.
• Developed and maintained spendplans and baseline budgets; reviewed Contract modifications; prepared and entered Subcontractor modifications into the accounting system.
• Prepared special reports and analysis as needed.
November 2011 – March 2016 Scitor Corporation/SAIC
Business Partner –Reston, VA
• Provided full service Contracts and Finance support from cradle to the grave for multiple programs (CPAF, CPFF, multiple task order contracts).
• Developed and analyzed Estimates to Complete (ETC) and Estimates at Completion (EAC).
• Developed and administered project spendplans and baseline budgets. Provided direct financial control to assigned programs including preparation of monthly financial and customer reports.
• Reviewed and reconciled project invoices in support of revenue forecasting and variance analysis.
• Created modifications for Subcontractors, tracked, reviewed and approved invoice submissions to verify costs and funding requirements. Reviewed and approved Subcontractor RFPs and ECPs.
• Created Purchase orders, reviewed and approved vendor invoices; reconciled tracking sheet from initial order through payment.
• Developed and reviewed cost proposals.
December 2010 – November 2013 GCI, Inc.
Business Manager –Reston, VA
• Provided full service business management support to multiple programs (CPAF, CPFF, T&M). Developed and administered program budgets, spend plans and financial plans. Performed various financial functions such as budgeting, auditing, forecasting, costs reporting and variance analysis as required.
• Monitored costs performances against plans to ensure contractual cost obligations are met. Reviewed subcontractor and vendor invoices and audited employee travel voucher submissions to verify costs and codes for payment, set up labor categories and rates. Provided direct financial control to assigned programs including preparation of monthly financial and customer reports to include Monthly Contract Status Report (MCSR) and Funding Status Reports. Prepared Risk Authorizations, Cost-to-Completes and Estimates at Completions.
• Generated detailed monthly invoice backup for Accounting on projects and reconciliations.
• Participated in the preparation and review of cost proposals.
March 1996 – Dec 2010
Program Control Cost Analyst 4 Northrup Grumman/TASC, Inc.
• Provided full service Program Planning and Control support in the compilation and analysis of budgetary information for multiple type programs and projects (CPAF, T&M, GSA, CPFF, FFP, DEH/LOE, IDIQ).
• Provided direct financial control to include preparing and validating actuals incurred and the preparation of monthly financials to PMs and customer reports. Monitored and tracked program costs as well as indirect and unbillable costs related to the program; maintained and monitored all program expendables to include manpower, equipment, and other direct costs.
• Created and maintained data in Excel and M*PM. Produced financial forecasts, Risk Authorizations, ROMs, Profitability Analysis, Cost-to-Completes and EACs; prepared limited pricing for proposals for my Division.
• Interfaced with contract, subcontract, accounts payable and purchasing organizations. Reviewed and analyzed government contract modifications and follow-through to ensure Contracts/Accounting systems accurately reflected subject data.
• Inventoried and tracked computer charges and government property. Processed and controlled project and overhead credit card purchasing, and coordinated internal moves for the department.
September 1986 – March 1996 Marshall Water Works, Inc./James P. Downey, Esquire
• Provided secretarial and bookkeeping support to Marshall Water Works, Inc. and an internationally acclaimed sculptor, Frederick E. Hart. Duties included Accounts Payables, payroll, tax preparation to Company Accountants, correspondence preparation and general office duties. Researched and installed a computerized Accounting system to include customer invoices, payment receipts and account reconciliations.
April 1979 – September 1983 Department of Defense/Transportation Office
Transportation Agent for the Transportation Officer
• Served as the Transportation Agent for the Transportation Office at Vint Hill Farms Station. Chief Advisor on travel arrangements and all shipment movement which included both domestic and foreign countries as a regular and continuous requirement.
• Responsible for the maintenance of the Central Port of Call Office for all military, civilian, and dependents for Virginia and the entire state of West Virginia. Coordinated travel with requesting agency and MAC or DA, MTMC, etc.
• Provided transportation as authorized in orders to insure that such transportation was adequate to complete mission of the individual traveler. Insured that all necessary information such as departure, flight, and any changes were furnished to requesting personnel.
• Monitored and received all incoming household goods for the base; completed all paperwork for the movement of household goods stateside and overseas; traced goods to destination.
• Trained all employees on each position of the Transportation Office – Travel, Household Goods and Base Receiving. Created a Standard Operating Procedure for the Transportation Office.