Resource Advisor Responsibilities:
Provide possible solutions and guidance to the USPFO-GA Finance Office, the contracting officer’s
representative (COR), and Major Subordinate Command (MSC) leadership in identifying, addressing and resolving
pay entitlements and services issues that impact mission readiness.
Identify pay entitlement discrepancies and concerns to the COR and present appropriate solutions, plans to
facilitate resolution, assuring all options are in accordance with applicable guidelines, policies and regulations.
Ensure unit pay entitlements conform to Department of Defense (DOD), Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA), U.S. Army (USA), National Guard Bureau, Federal, state, and local directives/regulations,
policies, and instructions, as well as accepted pay entitlement techniques and report results to the appropriate
Perform in-depth research to identify cause and effect of pay problems, and provide the government POC
with possible solutions.
Provide help in the provision of corrective actions to remedy pay entitlement discrepancies and to prevent
similar future issues.
Provide aid in developing plans and procedures to enhance the USPFO-GA Finance Office capabilities and
its “geographically-separated units” (GSUs).
Identify available administrative resources that the Finance Office may enter into agreements which
support the MSC’s pay entitlements and services program.
When these agreements have been reached, maintain a list of representative agencies and points of contact
who have agreed to deliver pay entitlements and services to the Georgia Army National Guard.
Review and evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of the Finance Office’s activities and provide reports
with possible solutions to improve the office’s activities.
Provide input to accommodate pay entitlements needs during full or partial unit mobilizations; and review,
oversee and improve the functions of the Finance Office’s activities in the unit mobility line, and provide
Implement unit’s full-time pay entitlements program and perform payment procedures as required,
following policies and procedures as applicable.
Attend staff meetings as required, meet at least once monthly with the Government POC’s in the
Comptroller and Financial Services Office to discuss information relevant to the program.
Present reports covering the progress made (during each referenced period of time) on the pay entitlement
program related services as well as concerns, issues, special upcoming activities, and events.
File office documents, receive phone calls, schedule appointments, and prepare briefing charts that reflect
Progress and Status Reports:
Semi-Annual Report on payroll provides confirmation to management that payroll inputs were placed in
system correctly and members were paid correctly through the confirmation of management notices; Reports on
Expenditures covering expenditures made for pay entitlements and administration of related services during each
referenced quarter; confirmed semi-annually.
Monthly Report on Dual Compensation: Confirmation to management that civilian pay dual compensation
is audited and corrected; confirmed monthly.
Status report of activities undertaken in performance of tasks involved in pay entitlement program during
each month; due to management by 5th workday following the end of month. Report is confirmed monthly.
Payroll: Accomplish Technician, AGR, Annual Training, and Inactive Duty Training Payroll which is
submitted Bi-weekly, Bi-monthly.
Progress and Status Reports, presented at staff meetings or to COR at least monthly and detailing pay
entitlement program statuses and concerns as well as special upcoming activities and events; confirmed semiannually.
Desired Bachelor's degree or 3 years demonstrated practical experience in statistics, math or related field
preferred and fluency with appropriate statistical analysis and database software required by the Task Order.
Demonstrated proficiency with DOD appropriations and fiscal law. Three or more years of experience as an
Activity or Program Manager executing appropriated funds at the Major Command level preferred.
Possess Army National Guard experience/knowledge directly related to the requirements of the task order.
Demonstrated proficiency with DOD appropriations, fiscal law and management controls. Three or more years of
experience as a Budget Officer, Activity or Program Manager executing appropriated funds at the Joint Forces
Familiar with unit inspection techniques as they relate to overall unit readiness and proven ability to report
findings or deficiencies in accordance with Government standard auditor procedures.
Suggested Skill Set: In order to successfully meet the performance objectives of this task order, the
Contractor employee should possess the following knowledge/skills:
Communications skills, administrative and organizational skills.
Must possess the necessary skills to perform assigned tasks.
Computer skills to include Microsoft Office, specifically Word and Excel.
Military or Civilian Financial pay systems background is highly desirable.
Working knowledge at least two systems below is required:
Defense Joint Mil Pay System (DJMS)
Defense Civilian Pay System (DCPS)
Case Management System (CMS)
Defense Military Pay Office (DMO)
Defense Disbursing System (DDS)
AGR Leave (FTSMCS)
Defense Travel System (DTS)