Enterprise Information Services, Inc.

IRWA Program Management Specialist

Job Location US-DC
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The Specialist will be responsible for aspects of the financial management of overseas inspection fee collections and overseas reimbursable travel user fees including, producing billing information, reviewing and filing invoices, and analyzing and reconciling user fee collections information in support of User fee Program Manager.


  • Review and analyze documentation provided by vessel inspectors and the Coast Guard's Financial Center (FINCEN) to ensure accuracy and report on same to User Fee Program Manager.
  • Review, analyze and follow-up to resolve discrepancies for invoice, collection and other account data using various databases, spreadsheets and forms to:
    • Reconcile reimbursable accounts,
    • Ensure all billing is accurate, sent to appropriate addresses and correct business or individual, and
    • Determine if collections were received and were are properly recorded.
  •  File invoices and inspector logs in a shared drive following a naming convention.
  • Produce spreadsheets and other reports to track billing information, invoices and collection data and reconciliation.
  • Report all findings to User Fee Program Manager

They may be asked to assist in:

  • Developing and maintaining standard operating procedures to manage, track and report on overseas inspection service delivery, billing and collection.
  • Analyzing and creating reports to meet DHS, GAO, Department of Treasury, and OMB requirements.
  • Reviewing and analyzing billing information completed by inspectors and ensuring all post travel documentation for inspector and agency reimbursement are completed.
  • Providing support for inspectors assigned to conduct overseas inspections to meet US Department of Homeland Security and various U.S. federal requirements for official travel outside of the continental U.S..
  • Managing Inter-agency or similar agreements with other government agencies to support overseas travel for inspections and examinations.


  • BA/BS Degree or years of experience.
  • US Citizenship
  • Able to pass a government background check
  • Knowledge of: 
    • The Coast Guard's Financial Procurement Desktop preferred

    • The Coast Guard's Travel Database preferred
    • The Coast Guards MISLE database preferred
    • The Coast Guard's Finance Center Applications and Reports (various) preferred
    • The Coast Guard's Finance Center Specialty Reports (various) preferred
    • US Treasury databases and reports (various) preferred
    • Inspector Reimbursement Travel Log (Worksheet for billing information) preferred
    • USCG travel authorizations, orders and settlements preferred
    • Invoices and Notices sent to vessel owners or others requesting USCG services  preferred
  •  5% travel ability required

 EIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/V/Disabled.


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