ITility, LLC

  • Requirements Management Senior Analyst

    Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
    Posted Date 2 months ago(5/23/2018 5:31 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-1727
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Information Technology
  • Overview

    ITility is looking for an experienced Requirements Management Analyst to support the DHS Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Financial Systems Modernization (FSM) Joint Program Management Office (JPMO). The JPMO is responsible for identifying, implementing, and overseeing modern and compliant financial management systems and business processes across the Department. The JPMO provides standardize business processes to align with mandates, provides change management and program management services. The JPMO also provides technology-based services and systems, in the most cost-effective manner, to facilitate the JPMO’s objective. The JPMO also leads and manages DHS business integration, financial management process standardization, functional requirements management, and the people side of change. The JPMO also prepares cost estimates and budget requests; manages available funds, program schedule, risks, and personnel; manages the execution of contracts and agreements; and ensures that project plans are implemented on schedule, within scope, and within budget.

    Responsibilities

    • Support the FSM JPMO lead for the Requirements Integrated Project Teams (IPT) with requirements gathering, documenting, reviewing, and tracking for the migration of component level financial management systems to all FSM programs.
    • Assist with identifying and managing FSM requirements using the DHS management tool. This will include updating FSM documents such as the Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM) as well as Gap Analysis Documents (GAD) which list functional gaps between component agency requirements and the targeted environment’s technical capabilities.
    • Work with the Technical Functional Testing leads to identify FSM system requirements that will facilitate the translation of test scripts and results, tracking requirements to test scripts and results.
    • Facilitate the establishment and management of a change control process that allows for the full deliberation, costing, and approval of change requests, and document the management decision.
    • Analyze and document current Departmental and Component systems, processes, and policies for future gap analysis that will be used to inform future implementation decisions by the JPMO. Coordinate and facilitate meetings for the purpose of working with Component staff to gather and document requirements for FSM implementation efforts.
    • Maintain the JPMO centralized repository that contains all Requirements Traceability Matrices (RTM) and Gap Analysis Documents (GAD) as well as other requirements related documents that can be accesses by any Departmental and component personnel involved in the shared service or DHS hosted migration.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor's Degree
    • Twelve (12) years of experience
    • Four (4) years of Requirements Management Analyst experience
    • Must have DHS Suitability

    ITility is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    ITility is committed to providing a work environment that is non-discriminatory, harassment free, fair, ethical and inclusive.


    ITility is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity, and complies with all applicable laws which prohibit discrimination and harassment in the workplace. ITility strictly prohibits discrimination or harassment based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability or any other characteristic protected by law in all terms, conditions and privileges of employment, including without limitation, recruiting, hiring, assignment, compensation, promotion, discipline and termination. This policy covers conduct occurring at ITility’s offices, client sites, other locations where ITility is providing services, and to all work-related activities.

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