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Leidos is seeking a Loan Specialist - Reporting Officer to support The Division of Energy and Mineral Development (DEMD) falls under the U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of the Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs, Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development. While technically a parallel organization to the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), DEMD supports American Indian Reservations and BIA agencies and regional offices, as well as some other federal offices.
The Division assists Tribes with the environmentally responsible exploration, development and management of their energy and mineral resources to create sustainable economies for reservations, generate new jobs and economic self-sufficiency. DEMD provides the best technical and economic advice and services to assist Indian mineral owners in achieving these goals through the environmentally sound development of their energy and mineral resources. Indian reservations - largely unexplored lands - hold vast, natural resources, and DEMD staff members are uniquely poised to offer services no other agency can provide.
DEMD-Lakewood, CO is currently staffed by approximately twenty (20) federal employees, including the Division Chief, Deputy Division Chief and Branch Chiefs, and twenty-four contractors (24), with a mixture of federal employees and contractors participating on various functional teams.
The position described below is Washington, D.C. based, and is under DEMD's sister division, the Division of Capital Investment, which deals with specifics of administration of the Indian Affairs Loan Program.
The Loan Specialist - Reporting Officer will:
- Assemble and report nationwide IFA financial data
- Generate reports and calculations for the Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
- Prepare and submit reports necessary to comply with the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA)
- Prepare reports required by the Department of the Treasury
- Prepare reports and data needed for internal control review, and researching and assembling data needed for other reports as requested
- Interact with other DCI and Department personnel from each of DCI's four Zones and personnel from the Bureau of Indian Affairs' Loan Accounting System
- Extract information on the repayment status of direct, guaranteed and insured loans, premium payments, guarantee and insurance claim payments, debt recoveries, and interest subsidy payments from data maintained by LAS.
- Generate quarterly reports to Treasury that show performance of BIA in collecting debts owed to the Federal government under current and former program authorities.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a federal Public Trust Clearance
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
- B.A. or B.S. degree in Business Administration, Finance, or related fields and at least 8 years of experience.
- Knowledge of and experience gathering and evaluating a business' technical and financial data.
- Knowledge of rules governing records and information technology owned and used by the Federal government.
- Knowledge of a broad range of Federal laws and programs specific to Indian tribes and their members.
- Ability to learn mass communications tools and techniques that allow effective dissemination of information.
- Demonstrated skill in gathering and analyzing factual data and drawing logical conclusions to furnish guidance for future actions.
- Knowledge of and experience with OMB's credit subsidy calculator (CSC2) and the Treasury Report on Receivables (TROR) is highly desirable.
Up to 20% travel may be required
Experience with and knowledge of the dynamics of working with American Indian Tribes and on their reservations is a plus.