LMI is a consultancy based out of Tysons, VA dedicated to improving the business of government, drawing from deep expertise in advanced analytics, digital services, logistics, and management advisory services. Established as a private, not-for-profit organization in 1961, LMI is a trusted third party to federal civilian and defense agencies, free of commercial and political bias.
LMI is seeking a career-oriented data analyst to work on-site at the Pentagon supporting the Army G-4’s Supply Directorate (G-44(S)) in the Property Accountability Division. The analyst will be responsible for generating reports that assess the health of the Army’s Campaign on Property Accountability (COPA). The candidate must be proficient at querying and manipulating raw data of Army materiel from accountable property systems of record (APSRs) and perform root cause and trend analysis to inform G-4 senior leader decision-making. The candidate must be self-directed, adaptable, detail oriented in completing assigned tasks, able to adapt to changing work efforts, and manage impact of shifting priorities. Position requires a DoD Secret clearance.
- Provide analytical expertise for supply and property accountability initiatives.
- Query and analyze data for specified Army materiel by line item number (LIN), nomenclature, national stock number (NSN) or national item identification number (NIIN) using Army authoritative information and systems of record including, but not limited to, Logistics Modernization Program (LMP), Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army), Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program (AESIP), Army Common Operating Picture (ARCOP), Army War Reserves Deployment System (AWRDS), Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS), Lead Materiel Integrator Decision Support Tool (LMI DST), and Army Vantage.
- Analyze data queries against Army regulations and supply policy to provide recommendations for resolving property accountability issues, and implementing the Army’s COPA.
- Perform property on-hand queries to provide Army senior leaders asset visibility of specified items by quantity, owner or type (including Government Furnished Equipment (GFE), Theater Provided Equipment (TPE)), and location.
- Provide analysis of reconciliation reports to show where fielded equipment is located by NIIN or LIN, quantity on-hand, and time of fielding.
- Research routine equipment-on-hand reports including but not limited to: tactical radios, tactical wheeled vehicles, brigade combat team reorganizations, item unique identification (IUID) or serialization, precious metals equipment divestiture, and weapons accountability.
- Evaluate and prepare inventory data to synchronize LMP and contractor GFE inventories of Army owned stock.
- Provide technical expertise and regulatory input for property accountability policies and procedures.
- Provide support to review and make recommendations to the Army’s supply management processes and systems as the Army moves to increase enterprise accountability and visibility of equipment across its force.
- Perform queries on worldwide assets in response to Army Staff or senior leader requests for information pertaining to items of special interest or concern. Provide technical support to respond to property accountability queries from the G-4 Logistics Operations Center as required.
- Provide input to the Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems (PEO-EIS) and Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) regarding the implementation of the GCSS-Army property book module.
- Routinely prepare reports for the Deputy Chief of Staff G-4 to present to DoD and Army senior leaders.
- Bachelor’s degree with 10 years of experience.
- Prior experience as a PBO, logistics staff officer, or senior supply non-commissioned officer strongly desired.
- Knowledge of Army policies and procedures governing property accountability required.
- Hands-on proficiency in Army and Defense information systems and property systems of record such as GCSS-Army, AESIP, LMP, Wide Area Workflow, ARCOP, AWRDS, DPAS, LMI DST, Army Vantage, and Defense Logistics Agency’s Distribution Standard System, etc.
- Strong interpersonal, listening, and questioning skills able to interact effectively with senior Army Staff clients on a daily basis. Adaptable to flexible work styles, environments, and locations. Excellent customer relationship management skills.
- Ability to work in team-based environment with minimal supervision and direction. Must be self-directed, extremely detail oriented, and resourceful in completing assigned tasks and projects within assigned deadlines.
- Excellent analytical, problem solving, and presentation skills.
- Advanced Microsoft Excel and Access skills required. Proficiency with other Microsoft Office suite of tools (Tableau, Visio, PowerPoint, and Word) highly desired.
- Minimal travel required.
- LMI will only consider applicants with current US government security clearances. US citizenship is required.
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