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Location US-VA-Arlington
Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Apply expertise and analytical techniques and processes to support the development of major DoD weapon systems. - Support the development of program deliverables by providing detailed research, analysis, and production of program protection and other security products. - Conduct detailed technical state-of-the-world research and engineering research. - Conduct systems, risk and vulnerability analysis. - Analyze and apply the required research and technology protection (RTP) techniques, and integrate those processes and procedures across the many intelligence and security domains. - Develop policies and best practices to effectively support the Program Protection Planning process. - Evaluate and identify critical information and provide recommendation of appropriate countermeasures to protect CPI to program management for their consideration - Draft and staff appropriate program security documentation for Program and Project Management that ensures CPI is identified and protected during the life cycle of the technology or project.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Engineering
ID
2022-2469
Location US-MD-Aberdeen
Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Working alongside security specialists to provide engineering and technical insights and functional decompositions of the Army’s most sensitive technologies. - Providing support to Government Program Managers and Senior Engineers to influence proper identification of Critical Program Information (CPI), Critical Components (CC), Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), and Controlled Technical Information (CTI). - Providing recommendations to Government Security Officers (SSO) and delivering findings to support the Government in its development of effective Program Protection Plans. - Ensuring Program Protection Plans are satisfactorily implemented at Government as well as defense contractor facilities where CPI resides.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Engineering
ID
2022-2468
Location US-AL-Huntsville
Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Working alongside security specialists to provide engineering and technical insights and functional decompositions of the Army’s most sensitive technologies. - Providing support to Government Program Managers and Senior Engineers to influence proper identification of Critical Program Information (CPI), Critical Components (CC), Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), and Controlled Technical Information (CTI). - Providing recommendations to Government Security Officers (SSO) and delivering findings to support the Government in its development of effective Program Protection Plans. - Ensuring Program Protection Plans are satisfactorily implemented at Government as well as defense contractor facilities where CPI resides.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Engineering
ID
2022-2467
Location US-AL-Huntsville
In support of the Research and Technology Protection (RTP) and Cyber Intrusion Damage Assessment (CIDA) program, developing an integrated Army response to technology protection issues via counterintelligence, intelligence, foreign disclosure, security policies, and U.S. Government cyber security standards. ABSC is hiring in Arlington, VA, a TS/SCI Cyber Intrusion Intelligence Analyst with a Bachelor’s degree in intelligence studies, and three (3) years as an intelligence analyst OR substitute of experience and alternate degree of an additional four (4) years of experience conducting all-source intelligence analysis and a Bachelor’s degree (any discipline).  If you are ready to join a team of career minded professionals and you’re interested in working at the Brigade level of an organization, apply today!   Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - You'll provide intelligence analysis to support the damage assessment on losses of controlled technical information (CTI) from hostile collection efforts, to include but not limited to cyber incidents involving DIB contractors, illicit technology transfer, and other events. - You'll assist with designing and applying risk management approaches to understand the damage caused by the compromise of information and work with senior staff to recommend courses of action to mitigate risk.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Intelligence
ID
2022-2466
Location US-MD-Aberdeen
Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Working alongside security specialists to provide engineering and technical insights and functional decompositions of the Army’s most sensitive technologies. - Providing support to Government Program Managers and Senior Engineers to influence proper identification of Critical Program Information (CPI), Critical Components (CC), Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), and Controlled Technical Information (CTI). - Providing recommendations to Government Security Officers (SSO) and delivering findings to support the Government in its development of effective Program Protection Plans. - Ensuring Program Protection Plans are satisfactorily implemented at Government as well as defense contractor facilities where CPI resides.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2465
Location US-MD-
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Assist with the development of the training program for MCS, develop organizational and individual training plans, create and execute training budgets, and coordinate the logistics and operations required to support special programs in support of workforce development.  -  Assess individual and organization training needs, semi-annually, by implementing assessment surveys and report these needs to the Director, Operations.  -  Develop a database to track all civilian and military training completed.  -  Assist with the management of the CBRN MEDICAL Tuition Reimbursement and Student Loan Repayment programs.  -  Ascertain that course evaluations are completed for each course taken.  -  Ensure the CBRN MEDICAL onboarding process is complete for all incoming personnel.   -  Share a substantial amount of responsibility for the successful accomplishment of the CBRN MEDICAL mission, which includes the development and management of executive and management development training; leadership and basic supervisory training.  -  Conduct extensive coordination and partnering with senior training personnel at other government organizations, Department of the Army (DA), and higher Headquarters to ensure greater participation and alignment with both CBRN MEDICAL and DA missions.  -  Develop and manage an internal professional development program and an acquisition development mentorship program.   Develop tracking, communications, and reporting processes to ensure timely accreditation of acquisition certification rates and other training goals as specified by the Director, Operations.  -  Identify, analyze, and recommend leadership training programs and, if approved, appropriately tailor them to meet CBRN MEDICAL needs.    -  Serve as the lead for projects (e.g., design and application of new training policies, special programs, etc.) And coordinate requirements for the projects with other government agencies.  -  Serve as the agent of accountability for training and provisioning of users in General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS), reporting GFEBS training completion and organization readiness to the GFEBS point of contact and Director, Operations.  -  Train supervisors and acquisition workforce members on how to utilize acquisition career management automated tools, assisting with career development responsibilities available in Career Acquisition Management Portal (CAMP) / Career Acquisition Personnel and Position Management Information System (CAPPMIS) for individual development plans and Acquisition Career Record Briefs.  -  Analyze new or revised training guidance and material systems early in the developmental cycle to determine funding and resource requirements for compliance with the CBRN MEDICAL mission.  -  Evaluate the costs of different programs and projects, and prepare corresponding justifications for proposed expenditures of equipment and teaching aids.  -  Manage the Training Events Database (TED) and other training databases for the command to ensure 100% compliance with mandatory training requirements.  In addition,  assign and monitor completion of the CBRN MEDICAL monthly mandatory training.  -  Monitor the system for validity, accuracy, and completeness, and assist in required revisions as requested by the customers.  -  Track the training completion status of all employees and provide status reports to CBRN MEDICAL Senior-level leadership.    -  Monitor completion of computer-based training and attendance of Instructor-led training.  -  Provide administrative and technical support for organizational training readiness issues.    -  Perform daily administrative support functions within MS Operations, and establishing and maintaining  -  Prepare and send a new employee training information packet to all new personnel with mandatory training links, schedules and contact information, establishing themselves to be the primary point of contact for training questions and information.   -  Send, collect, and retain the CBRN MEDICAL Years of Experience form to all new personnel and will track responses in the core competency spreadsheet.  Ensure the spreadsheet is kept up-to-date and the location is made accessible to the CBRN MEDICAL Graphics team and Director, Operations.    -  Create and maintain a standard operating procedure (SOP) for conference attendance at the JPM level and will coordinate all attendance requests and announcements with the JPEO Conference Manager.   -  Maintain a list of login accounts and access agreements for the MRDC Library Electronic Access Portal (LEAP) and will serve as the primary point of contact for the MOA between USAMRIID and CBRN MEDICAL to provide interlibrary loan (ILL) services.  -  Serve as the lead for announcements and applications for developmental assignments.  -  Prepare a monthly training report that provides updates on significant training events such as annual mandatory training completion, periodic training requirement status, leadership training program application and attendance, DAWIA certification status, and developmental assignments. The report will be sent to the Director, Operations, and the JPM Chief of Staff by the tenth of each month.
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Operations
ID
2022-2464
Location US-MD-Edgewood
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Provide SE management support to for assigned program(s), to include planning and execution to support the entire system life cycle, for all SE processes:   - Decision Analysis  - Technical Planning  - Technical Assessment  - Requirements Management  - Risk Management  - Configuration Management  - Technical Data Management  - Interface Management  - Conduct review and analysis of the Product/System contractor’s (i.e. the contractor tasked with developing, producing, or otherwise acquiring the product(s) that are the objective of the particular acquisition program) engineering products, processes and deliverables, and provide objective observations, data, and findings to the program manager to support Government review and decision processes. Such products to be reviewed and analyzed include   - Develop and maintain SE program plans as required to document and guide government implementation, including coordination, review and adjudication of stakeholder comments.  Examples of such documents include the Systems Engineering Plan (SEP), Configuration Management Plan, Risk Management Plan, Program Protection Plan, and the Programmatic ESOH Evaluation.  - Provide administrative and technical support for the planning, execution, documentation, and follow-on task resolution for program technical reviews and analyses such as Requirements Reviews, Design Reviews, and configuration audits.  - Provide support to program contracting processes related to SE tasks and efforts, including Statement of Objectives/Work development, review and analysis of contractor-submitted technical data, and technical support to government representatives at working meetings and formal reviews with their materiel acquisition contractors. 
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2463
Location US-
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Provide SE management support to for assigned program(s), to include planning and execution to support the entire system life cycle, for all SE processes:   - Decision Analysis  - Technical Planning  - Technical Assessment  - Requirements Management  - Risk Management  - Configuration Management  - Technical Data Management  - Interface Management  - Conduct review and analysis of the Product/System contractor’s (i.e. the contractor tasked with developing, producing, or otherwise acquiring the product(s) that are the objective of the particular acquisition program) engineering products, processes and deliverables, and provide objective observations, data, and findings to the program manager to support Government review and decision processes. Such products to be reviewed and analyzed include   - Develop and maintain SE program plans as required to document and guide government implementation, including coordination, review and adjudication of stakeholder comments.  Examples of such documents include the Systems Engineering Plan (SEP), Configuration Management Plan, Risk Management Plan, Program Protection Plan, and the Programmatic ESOH Evaluation.  - Provide administrative and technical support for the planning, execution, documentation, and follow-on task resolution for program technical reviews and analyses such as Requirements Reviews, Design Reviews, and configuration audits.  - Provide support to program contracting processes related to SE tasks and efforts, including Statement of Objectives/Work development, review and analysis of contractor-submitted technical data, and technical support to government representatives at working meetings and formal reviews with their materiel acquisition contractors. 
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2462
Location US-MD-Edgewood
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Provide SE support for assigned program(s), to include planning and execution to support the entire system life cycle, for all SE processes:   - Decision Analysis  - Technical Planning  - Technical Assessment  - Requirements Management  - Risk Management  - Configuration Management  - Technical Data Management  - Interface Management   -  Develop SE program plans as required to document and guide government implementation, including coordination, review and adjudication of stakeholder comments.  Examples of such documents include the Systems Engineering Plan (SEP), Configuration Management Plan, Risk Management Plan, Program Protection Plan, and the Programmatic ESOH Evaluation.  - Provide administrative and technical support for the planning, execution, documentation, and follow-on task resolution for program technical reviews and analyses such as Requirements Reviews, Design Reviews, and configuration audits.  - Provide support to program contracting processes related to SE tasks and efforts, including Statement of Objectives/Work development, review and analysis of contractor-submitted technical data, and technical support to government representatives at working meetings and formal reviews with their materiel acquisition contractors.  - Support the program office’s management of the SE Integrated Process Team (IPT) and sub-working groups, including agenda preparation, facilitation of meetings, preparation of minutes, and tracking of action items.  - Draft clear, concise briefings, documentation, and reports as required to support government implementation of its SE program activities.  - Work closely with the PM, functional support staff, and IPTs to accomplish program goals, including interface to other working groups and IPTs at the program, portfolio, and strategic levels.  - Support the program office’s interaction with their stakeholder community including preparation of documentation, scheduling of meetings, and coordination of tasks and actions. 
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2461
Location US-MD-
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Advise and assist JPM MCS staff to effectively prioritize and balance work at the project and portfolio levels.  -  Advise leaders in the development, coordination, and execution of long-range strategic plans, as well as effective implementation of the PPBE process.  - Advise and assist PMs in eliminating programmatic redundancies, managing operational and technological gaps, and increasing the efficiency and efficacy of CBRN acquisition programs.  - Conduct analyses and advise PMs to resolve discrete acquisition issues as they pertain to technology maturity, contract strategies, and other aspects of the advanced acquisition life cycle.  - Advise and consult with leadership in coordinating, developing, and executing Service, Joint, DOD, and international plans relative to DOD initiatives, CBRN emerging threats, business opportunities, and optimization of resources.  - Provide program management advice relevant to the processes required to achieve FDA licensure and procure FDA-approved medical countermeasures and vaccinations.  - Facilitate effective and efficient coordination of project management offices with representatives from the Services, other Government agencies, academia, and Industry.  - Analyze and advise leadership regarding the relationship and means to leverage national strategies, programming guidance, and the direction provided by the QDR to ensure success of the product portfolio.  - Facilitate coordination and teaming efforts between the CBDP’s medical advanced development and tech base programs.  - Effectively conduct coordinating activities as needed at the internal, interagency, and/or international levels.  - Establish and execute new program initiatives, to include program start up activities as necessary.  - Develop and conduct training of personnel as needed to support MCS strategic initiatives.  - Leverage strong team building, training, facilitating, and mentoring skills to provide developmental support to JPM MCS staff personnel. 
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Health and Science
ID
2022-2460
Location US-MD-Edgewood
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Provide systems engineering analysis on assigned programs to support branch program managers and/or systems engineers.  - Assist the government engineer or program manager in executing program-level IPTs for business case analysis, risk management, and program integration/coordination through utilization of subject matter expertise to provide solutions and strategies to overcome programmatic issues and risks.    - Actively participate in and provide input to program functional IPTs, interim program reviews, milestone decisions, and other program-related meetings or updates by taking detailed notes and working with government counterparts to address and resolve issues raised by stakeholders.  - Assist the government engineer, logistician or program manager in executing program technical reviews, life-cycle cost analysis, and acquisition and business strategies through utilization of subject matter expertise to provide solutions and strategies to overcome programmatic issues and risks.  - Develop, and maintain systems engineering documentation (e.g., SEPs, CMPs, etc.) and other program documentation (e.g., LCCEs, LCMPs, etc.) in support of assigned programs.  - Schedule and coordinate the review of each document package required for the next major milestone (e.g., LCMP, SEP, TES, TEMP, etc.).  - Provide systems engineering risk analysis and/or independent review of engineering and program risk analysis for assigned programs.  - Translate assigned program requirements into languages for product specifications and contract statements of work, and will help to determine the appropriate contract data reporting required.  - By leveraging a thorough understanding of CRBN programmatic history,  analyze program acquisition and acquisition processes to ensure objectives and goals are reached with maximum efficiency.  -  Develop a disciplined process for assessing program adequacy and will lead reviews for branch leadership prior to milestone reviews.  -  Brief both branch and other senior leadership on programs, as necessary.  - Respond to systems engineering analysis inquiries and taskers assigned by branch leadership.  - Assist the government engineer or program manager in developing strategic planning documents necessary for major acquisition programs and associated milestone briefings.  - Coordinate and conduct project meetings (i.e., Joint User Working Group and IPTs) with all stakeholders  - Serve as the primary point of contact and subject matter expert for specific business operations (i.e., integrating, compiling, and managing all program analyst and risk analyst work products) in support of product directors, project leaders, and IPTs as directed.
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2459
Location US-MD-Edgewood
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - - Provide application and technology management, to include the following high-level tasks:  - Document, implement, train, monitor, and optimize SAP solutions, business processes, and interfaces, including any dependencies among various systems  - Control change, manage incidents, and provide content  - Develop roadmaps and best practices for knowledge management  -  Resolve complex business problems using SAP technologies in the following areas:  - Finance  - Operations  - Human capital management  - Customer  - Governance  - Risk  - Compliance  - Improve end-user performance in the Army’s ERP systems, GFEBS and BI reporting (e.g., LMP, Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-A), etc.).  -  Analyze issues and identify and address common themes during training and system changes.    -  Coordinate with users to identify various SAP transactions*, interfaces and reports are running appropriately and reconciling with source data. *SAP transactions include the following:  - FICO  - MM-Logistics  - SC  - FM  - PS   - Engage with end-users to understand how they use SAP/ERP capabilities and understand opportunities for improvement.  - Train users how to use transaction entry and run reports across the expenditure, revenue, inventory, production, and financial reporting cycles.   - Train users how to identify issues in software, troubleshooting systems, and products to resolve errors.  Additionally,  train users how to assess and resolve problems associated with labor and payroll processes and interfaces.   - Generate content for Spending Chain - Reimbursable, Sales and Distribution (S&D), MM, PS, and BI related functional forums.    - Conduct workshops to encourage best practice use of DOD/Army SAP/ERP systems across the JPEO-CBRND Enterprise, to include training courses for GFEBS ERP, LMP, GCSS-A, GFEBS BI, and other DoD/Army tools.    - Train analysts in accordance with the JPEO-CBRND audit readiness and audit compliance initiatives, to include reconciliation of GFEBS IDocs with the following systems:  - Access Online (AXOL)  - Automated Time, Attendance, and Production System (ATAAPS)  - Defense Civilian Pay System (DCPS)  - Defense Travel System (DTS)  - Integrated Automated Travel System (IATS)  - Standard Procurement Systems (SPS) / Procurement Desktop - Defense (PD2)  - LMP  - GCSS-A  - G-Invoicing  - Program Management Resource Tool (PMRT) and all of its applications   - Comprehensive Cost and Requirement System (CCaR)  In addition,  train users on how to understand basic IDoc messaging and apply lessons learned to prevent or resolve errors.   - Train users on leveraging benefits of SAP HANA to improve retrieval of data in support of day-to-day decision making processes, to include advancing the knowledge of users to understand GFEBS ECC/BI concepts and their ability to apply them using tools within SAP BI, HANA, and SAP Business Objects for data visualization, presentation, and sharing of information.  - Coordinate with Command and SAP functional and/or technical representatives to resolve problems and verify results to ensure enhancements are meeting functional requirements.   - Proactively monitor the strategic direction on new product development to gain knowledge and understanding of emerging technologies.  - Provide support, to include the following:  - Establishing and enabling users  - Performing business process reengineering and data management  - Requirements scoping and development  - Delivering training  - Creating job aids, concepts of operation, and user guides for system processes  - Enabling audit compliance  - Define, establish, and direct  support team’s focus within a challenging, fast-paced, demanding environment of short timelines and highly complex projects and programs.   - Work with users to address problems, analyze business processes and system or training problems, and propose changes.  - Identify new and emerging SAP capabilities (i.e., FICO, SC, MM, FM, PS, and BI), assess their relevance, define the criteria for tool selections, and document the impact that they may have on JPEO-CBRND business processes.   -  Perform continuous process improvement and support audit readiness activities to document the impact of SAP/ERP systems on the JPEO-CBRND Enterprise Management Internal Control Program (MICP).   - Support the design of new solutions using SAP Business Warehouse (BW) on HANA to deliver capabilities meeting business functional requirements and improve integration and data flows, to include development of information flow models across functional domains and coordination with knowledge management to support JPEO-CBRND activities, technical analysis, and dissemination of content.   - Streamline and document processes when formal changes or enhancements by the third party SAP Project Integrator are made to the current Army SAP tools (i.e., GFEBS, LMP, GCSS-A, and DOD software tools (e.g., DTS, AXOL, SPS/PD2, Defense Agencies Initiative (DAI), etc.)).   - Provide SAP/ERP support to users for activities related to new equipment training, deployment of LMP and GCSS-A, data cleansing of legacy transactions, clearing of failed IDocs, and property accountability tracking.  - Assist users in the development of upload tools to record physical assets in accountable property systems of record (i.e., Defense Priorities and Allocation System (DPAS), LMP, and GCSS-A) and trace equipment back to the GFEBS Purchase Requisition or Order in support of enterprise asset management and audit readiness initiatives.   - Identify key integration points between financial and management accounting, sales order management, BI, lifecycle data management, enterprise project management, asset management, and human capital management business disciplines supporting each business process cycle.  - Design, develop, and provide technical support to DOD trading partners in various SAP modules (i.e., SD, MM, IM, WM, and FICO) with regard to integration of financial, logistics, and contracting systems.    - Work with business users to understand and functionally document reporting requirements.  - Identify, propose, and initiate process improvement activities that support a comprehensive acquisition data integration, standardization, visualization, and analytics capability which will enable leaders to monitor, assess, and support decision making across the JPEO-CBRND acquisition portfolio.  - Assist to update JPEO-CBRND standard business processes to support integration of GFEBS with other SAP and ERP systems (e.g., LMP, GCSS-A, DPAS, DAI, Defense Enterprise Accounting Management System (DEAMS), Navy Enterprise Resource Planning (N-ERP), etc.).  - Interact with business users, analysts, and other program office members to translate their needs into detailed requirements and data interface solutions.    -  Identify gaps that impede data flow across the Army and DOD ERP systems and assist in using American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) standards to enhance secured interfaces.   -  Provide guidance to program managers and financial analysts on the use of GFEBS and the integration of other SAP authoritative data to support program risk management and cost analysis, lifecycle management, annual/multi-year and long range fiscal/program planning, and/or commercial issues for a broad range of acquisition programs.   -  Support efforts to optimize Service provider functional solutions and propose solutions to enhance data reporting and visualization across the Enterprise.   - Leverage knowledge of SAP BW or HANA built-in data mining capabilities to support decision makers’ need for real-time time-series forecasting and trend analysis data.   -  Develop queries and solutions to leverage big data** using Army or DoD ERP platforms, including SAP HANA with OLAP platforms. **Big data includes the following:  - Variety:  Number of authoritative data sources  - Velocity:  Latency to real time data  - Volume:  Amount of data required to support decision making  - Analyze, document, recommend solutions, and drive resolution to issues arising from design or technical constraints.   then present conceptual designs to Government leads by creating Microsoft PowerPoint presentations of the design/architecture.  - Communicate project status via work plans, issues lists, and other forms of communication. 
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2458
Location US-MD-Edgewood
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Manage and monitor all installed systems and infrastructure in a Virtual Data Center environment.  -  Install, configure, test and maintain operating systems, application software and system management tools.   -  Proactively ensure the highest levels of systems and infrastructure availability.  - Monitor and test application performance for potential bottlenecks, identify possible solutions, and work with developers to implement those fixes.   - Maintain security, backup, and redundancy strategies.  - Write and maintain custom scripts to increase system efficiency and lower the human intervention time on any tasks.  - Participate in the design of information and operational support systems.  - Provide 2nd and 3rd level technical support.  Liaise with vendors and other IT personnel for problem resolution.  - Will be required to travel <10%. 
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2457
Location US-GA-Albany
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Implement and maintain complex databases, implementing procedures to control access and allocation of data.  - Assist the government with maintaining security controls, and database definitions and supporting documentation.   - Provide IT assistance and instruction to program personnel on the access and use of program databases.  - Provide installation, maintenance, & troubleshooting for all administrative databases and associated software.  - Conduct installation, configuration, evaluation, and maintenance of third-party application software as required.  - Administer and maintain backup processes and procedures for all program documentation.     - Provide SharePoint and program server administration on as required basis.
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2456
Location US-CA-San Diego
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Support Programs of Record (PORs) and projects in the creation of tools, techniques, and work products that support current development activities.  In addition,  evaluate potential next-generation tools and products.  - Provide technical liaison support of science and technology efforts being developed across DOD, Interagency, Coalition, and the Enterprise Architecture.  -  support Advanced Technology Demonstrations (ATDs) and Advanced Component Development and Prototype (ACD&P) efforts.  - Prepare or update the TRA for assigned programs and projects.   generate, update, revise, review, and consolidate technical documentation, diagrams, graphs, charts, tables, and data necessary to submit the TRA for program review and obtain TRA approval in time to support the schedules outlined in the program Integrated Master Schedule (IMS).  - Report on the feasibility of a quick migration or deployment of the technologies ahead of the normal POR cycle.   - Support development of Technology Transfer Programs (TTPs).   develop usable “living” Technology Roadmaps to identify technologies to be developed to enhance DOD, Interagency, and Coalition systems.  - Analyze the results of testing and/or demonstrations of available or near-term technologies.  - Analyze and review technical submissions, initiate alignment of efforts to the Program of Record (POR), and develop test procedures in support of technical paper development for initiating new research and development efforts.   - May be required to travel up to 20% Continental United States (CONUS)
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2455
Location US-MD-Edgewood
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Provide network architecture, software, and information assurance support of the systems within JPL-CBRN IM/IT  - Provide technical expertise in the management of information-related risks in enterprise architectures, acquisition strategies, and testing and evaluation.  - Assist with information assurance certification and accreditation.  - Document the program's overall information technology requirements and approach, including determination of the appropriate certification and accreditation process.  - Assist in applying appropriate safeguards to ensure that fielded information systems and networks are defended to maintain integrity, availability, authentication, confidentiality, and non-repudiation.  - Provide support for developmental testing, user demonstrations, user feedback events, operational assessments, and operational testing events.    - Have proficiency with the Microsoft Office Suite.  Manage the software interface between CBRN sensors and target platforms for integration of sensors and future common controllers.  - Coordinate the CBRN sensor software interface transition with program shop platforms to a common interface across unmanned platforms.  - Manage and facilitate the networking and data requirements from the unmanned platforms to inform CBRN sensor integration specifications.  - Support the program in understanding mesh networking, algorithm, and overall software specifications for future swarming, manned/unmanned teaming, and automation efforts linked to future CBRN Sensor Integration onto Robotics Platforms (CSIRP) mission areas.  - Will be required to travel up to 20% Continental United States (CONUS); and less than 10% Outside Continental United States (OCONUS)
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2454
Location US-GA-Albany
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Be responsible for the collection, analysis and dissemination of program information generated across all projects.  - Coordinate the review and staffing of documents in support of the JEFS projects and coordinate activities with technical editors and all stakeholders to ensure compliance with applicable Department of Defense, Department of the Navy, United States Marine Corps (USMC) guidance on records management and retention guidance.  - Assist JEFS program management team in developing and maintaining web-based information portals used internally and externally for records management and retention.  - Maintain a SharePoint site architecture that is responsive to the current and future needs and to ensure the near real-time coordination, review and storage of program documentation.  - Provide direct input into data record design templates and update websites to ensure the information presented is current and meets client guidelines.  - Assist in the development of group and individual training in the use of SharePoint.
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2453
Location US-MD-Edgewood
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Examine JPEO-CBRND programs and system characteristics to determine whether compliance with Department of Defense Instruction (DODI) 8500.01 is recommended or required, and will develop an acquisition Cybersecurity Strategy when required.   - Ensure that each JPEO-CBRND program, when required, has a Cybersecurity Strategy that is consistent with DOD policies, standards, and architectures, to include relevant standards.  - Assist in the identification of Critical Program Information (CPI) in terms of their importance to the program being developed.  - Assist in the identification of foreign collection threats to the program, identify elements that require classification, and determine the phases at which such classification should occur and the duration of such controls.  - Provide support for Development Test (DT), User Demonstration (UD), User Feedback Event (UFE), Operational Assessment (OA), and Operational Test (OT) events and address each CPI as well as other relevant information requiring protection, including export-controlled information and sensitive buy unclassified information.   -  Manage the Host-Based Security System (HBSS) and install, configure, and maintain computer and network security software, including instances of the Assured Compliance Assessment Solution (ACAS), the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) Viewer, and other cybersecurity software test and scanning software applications.  - Document programs’ overall cybersecurity approach and requirements, including determining the appropriate Certification and Accreditation (C&A) process, contributing content for Life Cycle Management Plans (LCMPs), assisting programs in the creation of a Security Classification Guide (SCG), and assisting in the development of Program Protection Plans (PPPs) Appendix E, the Cybersecurity Strategy.   - Manage information-related risks in enterprise architectures, acquisition strategies, and testing and evaluation, and work to achieve cybersecurity C&A.   - Ensure fielded information systems and networks are defended to maintain confidentiality, integrity, availability, authentication, and non-repudiation by identifying, developing, and applying risk management framework technical-, operational-, and management-related security controls and protection mechanisms.   - Guide JPEO-CBRND programs in the development of Acquisition Cybersecurity Strategy.  - Assist in the identification of Critical Technology and address CPI as well as other relevant information requiring protection, including export-controlled information and sensitive but unclassified information.  - Directly interface with JPM customers, representing SSA in discussions concerning cybersecurity, including (but not limited to) topics which address use of the DISA STIG in the software application and system development process, use of the DISA Enterprise Mission Assurance Support Service (eMASS) tool to document program progress during the C&A process, and the Risk Management Framework and its critical alignment with a program's System Development Life Cycle (or Software Development Life Cycle, as appropriate.)  - Leverage SSA services while working in conjunction with JPMs across the JPEO-CBRND to facilitate risk management framework activities.  - May be required to travel up to 20% Continental United States (CONUS) and less than 10% Outside Continental United States (OCONUS)
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2452
Location US-MD-Edgewood
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Examine JPEO- CBRND programs and system characteristics to determine whether compliance with Department of Defense Instruction (DODI) 8500.01 is recommended or required, and will develop an Acquisition Cybersecurity Strategy when required.  -  Ensure that each JPEO-CBRND program, when required, has a Cybersecurity Strategy that is consistent with DOD policies, standards, and architectures, to include relevant standards.  -  Assist in the identification of Critical Program Information (CPI) and Critical Technology in terms of their importance to the program being developed.  -  Assist in the identification of foreign collection threat to the program, identify elements that require classification, and determine the phases at which such classification should occur and the duration of such controls.  -  Provide support for Development Test (DT), User Demonstration (UD), User Feedback Event (UFE), Operational Assessment (OA), and Operational Test (OT) events and address each CPI as well as other relevant information requiring protection, including export-controlled information and sensitive but unclassified information.  -  Manage the Host-Based Security System (HBSS) and install, configure, and maintain computer and network security software, including instances of the Assured Compliance Assessment Solution (ACAS), the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) Viewer, and other cybersecurity software test and scanning software applications.  - Document programs’ overall cybersecurity approach and requirements, including determining the appropriate Certification and Accreditation (C&A) process, contributing content for Life Cycle Management Plans (LCMPs), assisting programs in the creation of a Security Classification Guide (SCG), and assisting in the development of Program Protection Plans (PPPs) Appendix E, the Cybersecurity Strategy.   -  Leverage SSA services while working in conjunction with JPMs across the JPEO-CBRND to facilitate risk management framework activities.  - Ensure fielded information systems and networks are defended to maintain confidentiality, integrity, availability, authentication, and non-repudiation by identifying, developing, and applying risk management framework technical-, operational-, and management-related security controls and protection mechanisms.   - Guide JPEO-CBRND programs in the development of Acquisition Cybersecurity Strategy.  - Assist in the identification of Critical Technology and address CPI as well as other relevant information requiring protection, including export-controlled information and sensitive but unclassified information.  - Directly interface with JPM customers, representing SSA in discussions concerning cybersecurity, including (but not limited to) topics which address use of the DISA STIG in the software application and system development process, use of the DISA Enterprise Mission Assurance Support Service (eMASS) tool to document program progress during the C&A process, and the Risk Management Framework and its critical alignment with a program's System Development Life Cycle (or Software Development Life Cycle, as appropriate.)  - Leverage SSA services while working in conjunction with JPMs across the JPEO -CBRND to facilitate risk management framework activities.  -  May be required to travel up to 20% Continental United States (CONUS) and less than 10% Outside Continental United States (OCONUS)
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2451
Location US-MD-Edgewood
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Be the point of contact and work flow organizer for the team.  - Work with stakeholders, leadership, and subject matter experts to build a holistic view of the organization’s strategy, processes, information, and assets.  - Work with JPEO-CBRND program-level architects to provide a consensus-based Enterprise solution that is scalable, adaptable, and in synchronization with operational requirements.  - Support the analysis of JPEO-CBRND capability gaps and overlaps in the course of achieving the Enterprise mission.  - Develop, maintain, and validate DODAF architectures for JPEO-CBRND initiatives, programs, and the Enterprise.  - Utilize architecture products to identify system dependencies and potential capability gaps.    - Develop DODAF architecture models in coordination with the program office and user sponsors such as Joint Requirements Office (JRO) and/or individual service and non-DOD sponsors.  - Work with JPEO-CBRND program engineers in order to develop system-level architectures.  - Ensure the DODAF architecture models are consistent with other JPEO-CBRND architecture models as well as J6 Warfighter Mission Area (WMA) architecture development guidance.  - Develop architecture products to support acquisition documents (i.e., Capability Development Documents (CDDs), Capability Production Documents (CPDs), and Information Support Plans (ISPs)).  - Provide comments and input to support program and contract documentation (i.e., Systems Engineering Plans (SEPs), Test and Evaluation Master Plans (TEMPs), Requests for Information (RFIs), and Requests for Proposals (RFPs)).  - Participate in JPEO-CBRND Integrated Product Teams (IPTs) and Integrated Concept Teams (ICTs) at the program and Enterprise level.  - May be required to travel up to 20% CONUS. 
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2450