OUR MISSION: The Program & Budget Branch is responsible for formulation, distribution, execution & monitoring of CRDAMCâ€™s Annual Operating Budget to include DENTAC and Public Health command.
OUR VISION: Program and Budget Career Program (CP11) vision is focused on employees becoming Certified Defense Financial Managers providing CRDAMC with a highly skilled team of professionals who provide outstanding financial management to CRDAMC, the Army and the Nation by: Continuously examining, refining and improving our strategies, skills and techniques; Providing value added analytical support to CRDAMC decisions; Improving and applying analytical skills, objectivity and creativity to organize and resource CRDAMC; and maintaining stewardship of the Army's funding resources.
Main: (254) 288-8020
Monday-Wednesday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday: 1 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
|Bldg. 36001, Room 309, Room 310 and Room 311
Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center
Fort Hood, Texas 76544
The Program and Budget Office provides guidance, formulation management and execution of the CRDAMC annual budget. CRDAMC budget analysts ensure all records are in compliance with requirements and policy directives. Financial transactions are validated to ensure adequacy and appropriateness of budget submissions. Spending patterns are monitored against budget projections, execution and funding requirements. Accounts are examined monthly to ensure departments stay within their assigned budget allocation.
The Program and Budget Branch Career Program (CP11) utilizes Knowledge of laws, executive orders and Department of Defense (DOD)/Department of Army (DA) directives, regulations, policies, and guidelines which are necessary to manage and execute a Medical Center Annual Budget.
- Accounting - Knowledge in the design, development, operation, or inspection of accounting systems; the application of accounting standards, policies, and requirements; the examination, analysis, and interpretation of accounting data, records, or reports; and the provision of accounting or financial management advice and assistance to management.
- Acquiring and Contracting - Knowledge of basic contracting procedures, types of contracts and evaluation of requests for proposals, contractor proposals, cost/performance, and schedule. Knowledge of acquisition strategies such as dual sourcing, multi-year procurement, and sole source competition.
- Auditing - Knowledge of the systematic examination (Financial Audit) and appraisal of financial records, financial and management reports, management controls, policies, and practices affecting or reflecting the financial condition and operating results of an activity or organization; or analytical work (Operational Audit) related to the development and execution of audit policies and programs when such work requires the application of professional accounting, knowledge, standards, and principles.
- Budgeting - Knowledge of program, budget, and accounting terminology, concepts, principles, laws, and processes for formulating, presenting, defending and executing budgets. Knowledge of agency budget principles and procedures, processes, and their financial management systems in regards to the administrative control of resources, fund allocation, and fund control. Knowledge of budget and financial analysis techniques and state-of-the art developments in the budget field. Ability to perform a variety of budgeting systems, assignments requiring new and innovative approaches to structuring and modifying budgeting systems.
- Business Processes and Practices - Ability to acquire and administer human, financial, material, and information resources in a manner that instills public trust and accomplishes the organizationâ€™s mission. Ability to use technology and best business practices to enhance decision-making.
- Fiscal Law - Knowledge of the legislative, administrative, and regulatory requirements, laws, and policies that apply to strategic planning (e.g., GPRA, GMRA, CFO Act, etc.) and the impact of identified requirements on external organizations and operations. Knowledge of the Anti-Deficiency Acts, theories of appropriation law, and their implications for financial decisions.
- Human Resource Management - Skill at building teams and fostering cooperation throughout the organization. Knowledge of how human resource management (HRM) policies and practices support the missions and functions of the organization. Knowledge of the applicable HRM legislative, administrative, and regulatory requirements; and the impacts of human resource management policies on external organizations.
- Information Technology (IT) Management and Application - Skill in personal computing, e.g., spreadsheets, word processing, graphics, database management, communication packages. Knowledge of cost effective and efficient approaches for integrating information technology (IT) into the workplace for improving program effectiveness, developing IT based strategies to enhance decision-making, and improving customer service.
- Leadership and Management Development - Ability to foster commitment, team spirit, pride, trust, and group identity. Ability to develop leadership in others through coaching and mentoring.
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