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1. From the descriptions below, select one letter which most closely and accurately demonstrates your ability to perform this work at the GS-15 level. Please select only one response.A. I have at least one year (52 weeks) of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-14 level in the Federal service, that includes: experience providing strategic analysis to senior management officials (e.g., component head or equivalent); directing the work of subordinate supervisors, team leaders, and technical staff for a major program in an organization; perform long- and short-range planning to ensure the most effective use of resources (i.e. manpower, budget, and materials); developing strategies designed to enhance the goals and objectives for organizational programs and improve the business advantages associated with it; resolving critical problems involved in the planning, implementation, and administration lifecycles of the program; and communicating orally and in writing with top decision makers concerning agency wide management programs.
Carefully review the response descriptions listed below. For each question or statement, select the one response description that best describes your experience, education, or training. Please check your responses for accuracy before you submit this questionnaire.A- I have no experience in performing this work behavior.
2. Formulate plans to improve program policies, practices, methods, and organizational structure.
3. Coordinate management initiatives to achieve policy and overall program objectives.
4. Coordinate requirements across organizational units through all project lifecycles.
5. Coordinate support services work within the administrative framework of the agency.
6. Develop lifecycle cost analyses for major projects.
7. Establish control systems that monitor production goals or program priorities.
8. Translate management goals and objectives into effective operations.
9. Conduct analytical studies involving the planning, development, and implementation of agency programs.
10. Participate in development of long- and short-range strategic planning efforts.
11. Consult staff regarding the most challenging program management issues.
12. Evaluate the effectiveness of line program operations in meeting established goals and objectives.
13. Research improved business practices for application to agency programs or operations.
14. Analyze legislations to determine impact on program operations and management.
15. Perform management surveys to determine compliance with agency regulations, procedures, practices and effective utilization of staff.
16. Integrate the specialized needs of diverse operating elements within the organization.
17. Convince others to adopt a compromise, or consider suitable alternatives.
18. Exercise delegated authority to oversee the overall planning, direction, and timely execution of a program.
19. Make decisions on work problems presented by subordinate supervisors, team leaders, or technical staff.
20. Make decisions on non-routine, costly, or controversial training needs for staff.
21. Ensure reasonable equity (among units, groups, teams, projects, etc.) of performance standards and rating techniques developed by subordinates..
22. Propose solutions to management problems that are of major importance to planning program direction.
23. Present to senior management recommendations for implementation of new procedures
24. Provide advice on issues and elements for programs essential to the agency's mission.
25. Participate in conferences, meetings, hearings, or presentations involving issues of considerable consequence to the program.
26. Prepare written recommendations regarding policy for administrative and support services programs.
27. Revise existing policy and regulatory guidance for use by others within or outside the organization.
28. Consolidate input obtained from others into the completed project study.