Brillient is seeking Business Analysts to join us in a proposal opportunity. The positions are contingent upon contract award. Positions are located in Washington, D.C.
The Business Analyst will support operational large-scale machine learning and statistical analysis to gain deeper insights and understanding into today’s rapidly evolving data volumes. The insights and understanding of technical and analytical phenomenon in support of the IRS will streamline government processes and modernize customer service using the best private sector knowledge available. The Business Analyst will perform and support the following tasks:
* Act as a liaison between contractor and the government technical and business units for requirements solicitation, tracking and documentation.
* Arrange the data elements in each category below in logical groupings, such as functions, subjects or other groupings that are most relevant to their use. Organize the data in a way that facilitates processing of inputs to generate outputs and that satisfies other computational requirements. Dynamic data includes all data to be updated and either input during normal execution or output.
* Identify areas within the IRS where data can be obtained to support IRS compliance activities.
* Create tables identifying the source from which data elements will be entered, such as an organizational unit or operator. Describe all sources from which data will be gathered, including organizations internal and external to IRS, automated systems that will directly interface with the application under development, and those systems that will transmit data to the new system.
* Identify the frequency with which data are input to the proposed system for each input data requirement. This frequency may be expressed using terms such as daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, each minute, hourly, or continuously.
* Leverage integration with third-party and open-source databases, data management tools, and data analytics packages.
* Evaluate available structured and unstructured data, as well as propose the collection of new data, to ensure that the IRS is in the best position possible to make decisions.
* Explore Alternative Data Elements and Approaches