Contractor's Progress, Status and Management Report
Rept. for 1 Jan 2003-30 Jun 2005
GRYPHON TECHNOLOGIES LC RIVERDALE MD
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AS A Financial Analyst during the month of April 2005, the following actions were completed by Ray Bartholomew. The following bullets highlighted in blue text reflect new information that has not been previously reported on a reoccurring basis. The first three weeks of the month focused on responding to various members of the ONR staff concerning the Code 353 Budget Mid-Year execution in regards to Fiscal benchmarks, as well as numerous reprogramming efforts caused by the Fiscal guidance that Code 08 had previously provided in August This concern required daily review of execution expenditures and analysis with spend plans that had been developed. Developed several tailor-made reports for the Director, Deputy Director, and Program Officers to address concernsprojections they had about FY 2005 budget execution. These reports contained such info as FY 2005 and Outstanding Commitments. Code 35 requested we review the Code 08 web site and determine which funding documents were delinquent in regards to becoming obligated. FY 2005 Uncommitted Status of Funds Big Dog List which identified performers that had been allocated large amount of funds and were not providing adequate documentation in the form of monthly reportsinvoices. As a follow-up, I provided detailed award information in order to make the tracking of the monthly reportsinvoices much easier for everyone. Assisted Program Managers with information to expedite obligation of funds Updated expenditure information as access to INRIS was being removed while the building move was taking place. preparation of PR Procurement Requests Continued the preparation for the physical move to Liberty Square One scheduled for May 6th. In conjunction with the move, I was also able to access the new ONR Metaframe network from an off-site location. All previous services, as well as a few new ones printing from the off-site location, were tested and operated as expected.
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