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KPMG is currently seeking a Senior Associate to join our Federal Advisory practice.
Provide the technical connection between project managers and developers by clearly communicating business functional issues to clients and internal staff
Conduct business process and requirements analysis and advise clients on key architectural decisions concerning the platform and the supporting technologies
Evaluate risks related to requirements management, business process definition, testing processes, internal controls, project communications, training, and organizational change management
Produce technical architecture, develop system requirements, identify resources, and estimate timelines for project completion
Develop client-ready deliverables related to requirement specification, process analysis, system-based and manual controls, functional design, and test plans
Assist in the scoping of prospective engagements, developing proposals, planning, logistics, and the execution of project management processes
A minimum of three years of experience as a technical architect or business/solutions architect responsible for large-scale application design and architecture; U.S. Federal government consulting experience preferred
Bachelor's degree in Information Systems or a related discipline from an accredited college/university
Analyze overall business objectives and develop strategies to meet those objective
Develop logical data and business models
Plan organize and conduct business process re-engineering efforts and recommend solutions
Ability to travel to meet firm engagements
U.S. citizenship required and an active U.S. Federal government TS/SCI security clearance with a polygraph
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