Raynard B. Lynch Senior Financial/Budget Analyst
email@example.com * Veteran: U.S. Marine Corps 301-***-**** Temple Hills, MD 20748
*Security Clearance; In-Active: Eligible
Program and Budget Analyst with over 20 years of experience in the federal sector within robust financial environments. Analytical professional skilled in the end-to-end management of budget life cycles, including the formulation, justification, execution, and auditing of agency- and program-level expense accounts for legislative authorizations and appropriations, excess of $300M. Collaborative communicator focused on providing policy and procedural guidance across internal and external stakeholders, driving comprehensive business approaches, cost-cutting measures, and funding for human capital, project resources, and daily operations. Implementation and maintained compliance with policy, guidelines and procedures of the Organization, General Accountability Office (GAO), Office of Management and Budget (OMB) A-11 and A-123 Circulars and U.S. Treasury.
Areas of Expertise include:
Strategic Planning & Forecasting
Fiscal Performance Indicators
Analysis & Reporting
Program Account Management
Key Stakeholder Relations
Presentations & Briefings
Risk & Issue Resolution
MS Office Suite
Master of Public Administration
DEVRY UNIVERSITY, KELLER GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT Crystal City, VA 2010 Magna Cum Laude
Master of Business Administration
AVERETT UNIVERSITY Danville, VA 2001 Cum Laude
Bachelor of Science in Economics
VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE Lexington, VA
Experience & Notable Contributions
Integrated Financial & Accounting Solutions Washington, DC December 2017 – August 2018
Sr. Budget and Financial Analyst
Manage Portfolio for the Program Support Center (PSC); Financial Management Portfolio (FMP); Program Business Portfolio (PBO) at the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Oversee the financial and budgetary internal control processes and portfolio management for appropriation, revolving fund, and service & supply fund allocations of human capital, shared services systems and integration, and lifecycle support and funding.
Performance measures include government-wide Shared Services, Services Infrastructure, revenue growth and sustainability for efficiency and effective operational processes. Data analytic tools for agency and departmental reporting funding for human capital, project resources for commitments, obligations.
Maintain revolving fund portfolio life-cycle through execution, project & investment assessment, financial reporting through Service and Labor Agreements for revenue, Unit Cost Development, Economies of Scale and maximization of Inter-Agency and Reimbursable Agreements for shared services.
22nd Century Technologies Inc. Washington, DC January 2017 – December 2017
IT Strategist and Capital Planner
Manage IT Portfolio for the Investment Management Division (IMD); Capital Planning (CPB) and Investment Branches (CIB) at the Housing Urban Development (HUD). Oversee the financial and budgetary internal control processes and project portfolio management for appropriation and authorization allocations of human capital, IT systems and integration, and project lifecycle funding. Compliance and IT controls in accordance to General
Raynard B. Lynch Financial & Senior Budget Analyst
Accountability Office (GAO), Treasury, Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board (FASAB); Statement of Federal Financial Accounting Standards (SFFAS) 6 (General Property, Plant & Equipment) & 10 Internal Use Software (IUS).
Performance measures include Cyber Security, IT Infrastructure, Systems Implementation, to streamline the reporting process and data analytic tools for agency and departmental reporting funding for human capital, project resources.
Maintain IT portfolio management life-cycle through execution, project & investment assessment, reporting through the Electronic Capital Planning and Investment Control System (eCPIC), IT Dashboard and HUD’s internal investment domains.
Advance Decision Vectors, LLC Washington, DC September 2016 – January 2017
Budget and Financial Analyst IV
Managed the end-to-end budget lifecycle of key Information Technology Infrastructure, Cyber Security, and administrative expense accounts for the Department of Commerce (DOC), Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) Information Technology Budget Management Team (ITBMT). Oversee the financial and budgetary internal
control processes and project portfolio management for appropriation and authorization allocations of human capital, IT systems and integration, and project lifecycle funding.
Ensures the agency’s use of resources meets financial performance of commitments, obligations (UDOs and ULOs), expenditures, invoices, multi-year financial projections of available resources and resource utilization.
Performance measures include Cyber Security, IT Infrastructure, Systems Implementation, to streamline the reporting process and data analytic tools for agency and departmental reporting funding for human capital, project resources, and daily operations.
Prepare and analyze detailed staff payroll projections for the Salaries & Expenses (S&E) and Working Capital Fund (WCF), more than $15.7M salaries and benefits for the OCIO.
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Washington, DC May 2004 – April 2016
Program Analyst (June 2009 – April 2016)
Managed the end-to-end budget lifecycle of key administrative expense accounts for the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM), Departmental Budget Center (DBC), Financial Management Operations (FMO), and Office of the Solicitor (SOL). Oversaw the financial and budgetary internal control processes and procedures utilized for managing the appropriation and authorization allocations of human capital, contract, and project lifecycle funding.
Ensure the agency use of resources met financial performance of commitments, obligations (UDOs and ULOs), expenditures, invoices, IPACS, multi-year financial projections of available resources and resource utilization and reimbursable agreements for $24.5 million.
Streamline the reporting process and data analytic tools for agency and departmental reporting funding for human capital, project resources, daily operations including travel, acquisitions, credit & Travel cards.
Prepared and analyzed detailed staff (730+) payroll projections, more than $225.7M in salaries and benefits for SOL to insure litigation and provided legal opinions and advice.
Coordinate the preparation and execution of assigned budgetary matters for SOL to include 5 major budget activities totaling over $156M.
As the Agency/Organization Program Coordinator A/OPC developed and implemented the Standard Operating Procedures for E2 Travel and Travel Credit Cards for 12 National and 7 Regional Offices.
Budget Analyst (November 2005 – June 2009)
Oversaw the formulating, justifying and executing expense accounts for the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM), Office of Departmental Management Budget Programs (ODMBP), Adjudicatory agencies, Office of the Chief Financial Officer (S&E and Working Capital Fund) Regions, Ombudsman, and the Federal Executive Board (FEB). Provided advice and recommendations on cross-cutting measures to assigned budget account(s) for funding of personnel and project related resources within the Department of Labor.
Raynard B. Lynch Financial & Senior Budget Analyst
Implemented budgetary policies and strategies affecting the efficient use of program and project specific funding to accomplish mission critical short-term, long-term objectives for Presidential, Senate, House and Conference.
Senior Budget Analyst (May 2004 – November 2005)
Oversight of the budget lifecycle process of budget formulation, justification, and execution for key administrative expense accounts and appropriations for the Office for the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM), Departmental Budget Center (DBC) within the Department of Labor. Distribution of Department and Agency strategic plans; preparing an analysis of alignment and conformance with the President's Management Agenda's goals, House, Senate and Conference legislation.
Led briefings with Agency Directors and program managers on the contents of the budget and fiscal year financial performance obligations, expenditures, and projections of resources program project progress.
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Washington, DC December 2002 – May 2004
Senior Budget Analyst
Provided detailed program summary analyses for multiple modes of transportation accounts within the Office of the Secretary of Transportation (OST), including: Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Ensured compliance with
authorizing and appropriation legislation, financial limitations, regulations, and budgetary stipulations of Senate, House and Conference legislation; Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21 Authorization - Contract Authority) and SAFETEA (Six-year Reauthorization Legislation).
Regulated the governance of program and project specific funding for short & long-term goals for supplemental requests performance results of Presidential mandated Projects for FTA Section 5309 Capital Investment Program Projects of more than $7.2 billion.
Prepared data analytics and memorandums for briefings to agency management and program staff in the Department Office of Budget, OMB officials and Congressional staff.
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING & URBAN DEVELOPMENT Washington, DC July 1998 – December 2002
Senior Budget Analyst
Ran the end-to-end budget administration process for the Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO), Office of the Assistant Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for Budget, and the Administration Expenses Division within HUD. Prepared budget scenarios based on continuing resolutions, and proposed funding initiatives in the Office of the Chief Financial Officer; (OCFO), Office of the Assistant CFO for Budget, Administration Expenses Division within HUD.
• Consolidated evaluation of the Departmental, (monthly, quarterly and yearly), status of funds, presented alternatives and recommendations to resolve problem areas, based on Continuing Resolutions and in accordance with the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) of 1993.
Offered guidance to Program Managers on allotments, and ensured the accuracy of specialized treatments, supporting narrative justifications, and conformance with budgetary policy and guidelines, too include reconciliation of commitments, obligations, reimbursable agreements.
Government Small Purchase Card (2014, 2015) GSA SmartPay Travel Card Training (2014) IT Systems Integration (2010) E-2 Travel Module (2013) DOL Financial Management & Procurement (2010) Public Policy Formulation & Implementation (2010)
Government & Nonprofit Accounting (2010) Contract & Procurement Management (2007) Intergovernmental Management (2010) Management Systems (2009)
General & Managerial Accounting (2000) Governmental Budgeting & Finance (2009)
Managerial Applications of IT (2008)