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Location US-MD-Fort Meade
Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Develop statistical and graphics packages and reports using the statistical programming language “R” for predictive analysis, data sampling, data analytics, etc. to support MSB operations. - Establish, maintain, enhance MSB’s Knowledge Management Portals, business practices and processes to facilitate information flow to the right person at the right time. - Monitor, track, manage, and deconflict simultaneous, competing administrative and operational priorities to ensure mission requirements are met. - Prepare psychological test packets, administer tests, score tests and document results. - Prepare case files for psychologists and coordinate, schedule, and track requests for psychological services (operational, assessment and selection, investigations, training, briefs, etc.) - Coordinate and track MSB travel arrangements, itineraries, vouchers and operational commitments and initiate/produce travel orders. - Develop and deliver briefings, strategies, reports, plans, meeting notes, presentations, etc. - Perform other related duties as requested to support MSB operations.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Logistics
ID
2021-2233
Location US-MD-Edgewood
Position Summary: ABSC is seeking a Junior IT Specialist with a Secret Clearance to support the Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense (JPEO-CBRND) in Edgewood, MD. JPEO-CBRND manages a dynamic and diverse portfolio of critical warfighting capabilities that require cohesive and innovative total life cycle systems management approaches to rapidly respond to the needs of the force balanced by affordable sustainment strategies. In this role you will support the JE-OPETS program as an embedded help desk technician to implement and maintain all IT systems and provide daily customer support. If you are ready to join ABSC in enabling the JE-OPETS to provide critical and unique capabilities to the Intelligence Community, apply today!   Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Implementation and maintenance of information technology and customer support, to include: - Network connectivity - Secure (i.e., Secure Internet Protocol Router (SIPR)) connections and laptops - Network or hardware/software challenges - Copiers, printers, telephones, and the mobile phone infrastructure - IT Equipment inventory - Audio/visual, video teleconference, and other telecommunications equipment - Meeting support to include desk side meetings and video teleconferences (VTCs) on both SIPR and Non-secure Internet Protocol Router (NIPR). - Install and perform minor repairs to hardware, software, or peripheral equipment, following design or installation specifications. - Troubleshoot and resolve user inquiries regarding computer software or hardware operation to resolve problems. - Upgrade existing equipment, performing tasks such as installing updated circuit boards or additional memory. - Patch and remedy any computer that has an Information Assurance Vulnerability Alert (IAVA) within the given timeline from the Network Enterprise Center; on both NIPR and SIPR.
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2231
Location US-VA-Herndon
Responsiblities: - Conduct and prepare for Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) audits and interface with government personnel as needed. - Maintain compliance with Department of Defense (DoD) Manuals and Intelligence Community Directives (ICD) as well as specific program requirements. - Develop and administer security education training; conduct foreign travel briefings and debriefings; prepare, review and track DD254s; maintain security documentation as required. - Manage and initiate personnel clearances and processing visit access requests (VARs) in the Defense Information System for Security (DISS) as well as all other applicable access documentation as needed. - Investigate, document and report security violations. - Maintain all security documentation and files in accordance with DCSA and other agency requirements. - Administering, executing, and ensuring adherence to the NISPOM, including company regulations, policy and, regarding the protection of sensitive unclassified/classified information. - Processing new security applications and periodic reinvestigations or new/current employees as required, to include SCI requests in support of various agencies. - Serve as the Insider Threat Program Senior Official (ITPSO), as well as maintain ABSC’s Insider Threat Program. - Maintain classified holdings for ABSC at off-site location(s). - Maintain and update security policies and procedures as required.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Corporate Services
ID
2021-2225
Location US-
Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Performing analysis on ARCYBER orders to understand impacts to the COVID-19 Assisted Acquisition Project Team - Using an established tasking system to notify the COVID-19 Assisted Acquisition Project Team of impacts from ARCYBER orders - Monitoring and tracking plan of action and milestones (POA&M) associated with cybersecurity activities and risk management framework (RMF) packages - Tracking compliance with ARCYBER orders, such as mitigation, quarantine, and the closure of POA&M items - Creating and maintaining an internal checklist for assessing eMASS packages - Creating and maintaining an Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) with all POA&M tasks and dates, to include activities or milestones associated with cybersecurity requirements - Forecasting and tasking Authority to Operate (ATO) expirations
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2222
Location US-MD-Edgewood
 Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Facilitate development of cost estimates with JPM offices and the JPEO-CBRND cost analysis team. - Develop cost estimates. - Review cost estimates. - Revise the JPEO-CBRND MDA Acquisition Handbook chapter on Should Cost to update and clarify guidance and write a chapter for the Handbook on Will Cost estimates. - Review Should Cost estimates. - Participate in JPEO-CBRND internal review board meetings and keep meeting minutes. - Develop and maintain a Should Cost tracking sheet and provide data analysis. - Implement the Should Cost policy when warranted by the effort. - Ensure that cost estimates developed by Level III Cost Analyst meet the requirements set above. - Validate Life Cycle Cost Estimates, Independent Government Cost Estimates, and other estimates as requested by the JPM or JPEO staff.
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2220
Location US-MD-
 Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Provide financial management support throughout the entire life cycle, assisting with the PPBE process and financial program execution, as well as budget formulation, justification, presentation, and execution activities. - Provide comprehensive cost analysis modeling support, to include: - Independent analysis of requirements - Correct application of cost estimating methodologies - Developing logical cost estimates that are defensible and supportable - Presenting a summary of resulting analyses to internal and external audiences - Reviewing and analyzing monthly contractor EVM data - Develop and execute the application of cost models suitable for prediction and analysis of budgetary requirements for medical product development, inclusive of costs associated with FDA processes and regulatory compliance, clinical trials, drug manufacturing, laboratory testing, and development of drugs leading to FDA approval/licensure. - Review contractor cost proposals, to include assessment of reasonableness, realism, and completeness. In addition, the contractor shall prepare IGCEs, as necessary, for comparison to contractor proposals. - Prepare budget exhibits, P&R forms, spend plans, and budget allocation recommendations. In addition, the contractor shall coordinate updates to financial management data, including actual budget data and execution data recorded in DOD databases (e.g., GFEBS, etc.). - Coordinate with JPM office staff, contracting and budget personnel, and other principal participants to obtain financial information to track funding allocation. - Understand and extrapolate the cost of medical product development in the civilian sector to the development of medical countermeasures for bio-defense. - Analyze impacts to budget revisions and recommend courses of action to minimize adverse effects to program execution. - At contract completion, shall develop independent estimates based on contractual performance.
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2219
Location US-MD-Aberdeen
 Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Work with stakeholders, leadership, and subject matter experts on the development and implementation of the Talent Management Program. - Provide program strategies, requirements analysis, and management plans to include analysis of new initiatives, and assist in concept development for future programs. - Support short-to-mid-range strategic planning by developing guidance to align efforts with Army and RDECOM long-range objectives. - Develop long-range strategic plans that identify and prioritize RDECOM and Army requirements. - Ensure all systems supporting Talent Management work in an integrated fashion and are appropriately supported and developed to guarantee a high and continuing level of efficiency to benefit the organization. - Assist with developing and providing a strategic view on the further development of Talent Management Programs and practices in order to support the work and development of the organization into the future.
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2218
Location US-CA-San Diego
 Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Possess experience and technical knowledge in source control to create builds and establish official software releases, and perform configuration audits on deliveries. - Ability to process, maintain and track all incoming and outgoing software media inventory; taking receipt of software, hardware, and related technical data. - Possess knowledge of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) information systems technologies, including Sensors, and Command and Control (C2) systems. - Knowledgeable all service's Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) Command and control (C2) systems, e.g. Command & Control Systems, and information systems. - Coordinate with C4I host sites to download or upload updated releases/deliveries, where the Warfighters can access them to support their missions. - Have prior knowledge of overall Best Practices; including requirements management, configuration management, property control, risk management to reduce defects and mitigate risk. The contractor shall possess the ability to develop Configuration Management Plan (CMP), and Configuration Status Accounting Report (CSAR), and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).  - Possess experience in building, controlling, maintaining, and administering databases (Program change Report (PCR), SharePoint, Workstation, the tools) - Have the ability to analyze existing processes, identify gaps and implement improved processes; Coordinate release activities with Configuration Management (CM) members to build and deliver products - Knowledgeable and responsible for maintaining and updating CM and associated supporting documentation. - Have experience in running a Configuration Control Board (CCB). The contractor shall prepare CCB agenda and minutes and perform configuration reviews - Have the following experience: Performing configuration status accounting, - maintaining control of software inventory, - maintaining software configurations, -software production process, and scripting - Possess senior level written and verbal communications abilities, and proficiency with the Microsoft Office Suite and understand the principles of information delivery. - Manage team members to process urgent major distribution to different services in prompt action and short time. - Possess knowledge of overall Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) and best engineering practices; including requirements management, configuration management, property control, and risk management to reduce defects and mitigate risk. - Understand Software Development Models and best practices as they apply to Acquisition Programs and Lifecycle Management. The contractor shall possess an in-depth knowledge of the DOD's Acquisition Lifecycle Management process. - The ability to define, plan and execute a Lean Six Sigma (LSS) event and provide cost savings metrics. - May be required to travel up to 25% CONUS; and 10% OCONUS.
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2217
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. - 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
Information Technology
ID
2021-2216
Location US-VA-Stafford
 Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Provide on-going analytical support and co-lead efforts by managing and coordinating daily business operations, related communications, and processes; ensuring deadlines are met; developing JPM Protect business documentation and briefing materials; tracking the status of action items and milestones; and completing required reports. - Apply expertise in program analysis, research and development, and project management as they pertain to the JPM Protection portfolio. - Act as co-lead for JPM Protection business projects from requirement writing through project implementation and execution. - Provide senior-level business management support. - Act as JPM Protection and Staff CBRNE countermeasures program analysis and technical solutions. - Supervise the planning, funding, execution and evaluation of all supported business projects. - Plan and scope several inter-related initiatives and assist senior-level business stakeholders to make informed decisions about which initiatives to begin and how to approach them.  - Work closely with internal and external teams and agencies to identify and understand special operations, strategic operations, and current acquisition operations processes and blend them into the business efforts of JPM Protection. - Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to identify opportunities where JPEO-CBRND can develop future capabilities in response to evolving strategic operational threats and lateral acquisition effects, and advise the JPM Protection on potential program initiatives. - Maintain open and continuous dialogue and engagement between internal and external organizations concerning strategic operations, and integrate pertinent information into current business operations. - Evaluate, define, analyze, and recommend strategies and potential business capabilities to meet operational threats, and blend applicable parts into JPM Protection Current Acquisitions Operations. - Provide JPM Protection and staff advice on executing field trials. - Set conditions of support and develop successful CBDP-supported demonstration campaigns encompassing actions immediately after an attack or incident for the JPM Protection. - Coordinate and conduct preliminary design, project quarterly reviews, critical design, and prototype assessment reviews. - Evaluate schedules, technical milestones, and performance goals for all supported projects, ensuring all end user objectives are being met in a timely manner.  - Interpret operational strategy in North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Army Bureau of Current Affairs (ABCA), Joint, Special Operations, multi-service, and service doctrine and policy, and apply the interpretation to business operations. - Apply knowledge of National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) codes and standards, NFPA policy, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) policy and standards, and execution of those codes and standards to the JPEO-CBRND portfolio.  - Represent JPM Protection and JPEO-CBRND at NFPA Working Groups as well as for affiliated association conferences and meetings. - Understand Joint CBRN operations and apply joint operational concepts to JPM Protection and USSOCOM projects and programs.  Additionally, the contractor shall apply US Northern Command (NORTHCOM) CBRNE Response Enterprise (CRE) and DOD support to civil emergencies strategies, concepts, and policy to the JPM Protection portfolio.  - Use military standards and civil codes and standards to determine Joint Service Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). - Develop, analyze, and staff critical mid- and high-level business strategy documentation, reports, and briefings for the JPM Protection. - Conduct POM planning, establish funding requirements, evaluate JPM Protection business projects and programs, and provide feedback to the JPM Protection staff and Product Managers.  - Review business trade off analyses, AoAs, Business Case Analyses (BCAs), Life Cycle Cost Estimates (LCCEs), and risk analyses as they pertain to the JPM Protection portfolio. - Gain permissions and apply to the Joint Task Force Concept of Operations for Civil Support to the JPM Protection portfolio and incorporate it into business and standard policy. - Receive and review draft business documents and assess their applicability to the JPEO-CBRND portfolio. - Provide coordination and staff support at meetings, program reviews, conferences and briefings by producing the agenda and meeting minutes, preparing presentation materials and displays, hosting or participating in the event, and recording and tracking action items. - Provide input to documents, reports, and briefings, and develop business plans supporting JPM Protection. - Interpret operational strategies, specifications, requirements, and technical data and integrate them into JPM Protection business operations. - Attend and provide technical business input to program functional IPTs, Interim Program Reviews (IPRs), decisions, and other updates. - Respond to JPM Protection systems inquiries and assigned taskers. - Maintain a library of product/program-specific electronic files and applicable reference materials.
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2214
Location US-VA-Stafford
 Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Provide senior-level support to programs within the JPEO-CBD portfolio with business and advisory services, course of action development, decision analysis, and overarching expertise in critical functional areas that affect a broad cross-section of programs. - Assess client requirements with respect to best-value solutions, standards of excellence and returns on investment; implement strategic business initiatives (e.g., balanced scorecard, performance metrics, investment analysis, etc.); and provide general support for JPM Protection’s business operations (e.g., analysis, market surveillance, business case, analysis, etc.). - Have oral and written communications ability, and must be able to speak clearly. - Provide on-going analytical support and lead efforts by managing and coordinating daily business operations, related communications, and processes; ensuring deadlines are met; developing JPM Protection business documentation and briefing materials; tracking the status of action items and milestones; and completing required reports. - Apply expertise in program analysis, research and development, and project management as they pertain to the JPM Protection portfolio. - Act as a lead for JPM Protection business projects from requirements writing through project implementation and execution. - Provide senior-level business management support. - Review and provide comments to JPM Protection and Staff CBRNE program analyses and technical solutions. - Author, review, edit, provide comments, and recommend changes to contracts, particularly in drafting and editing Performance Work Statements (PWS), Statements of Work (SOW), Instructions to Offerors, and Evaluation Criteria. - Author, review, edit, provide comments, and recommend changes to Acquisition Strategies; Acquisition Plans; Technical Manuals; executive presentations to the JPEO and outside agencies; strategic plans / guidance, and other programmatic support documents. - Provide executive level input in planning, funding, execution and evaluation of all supported business projects. - Plan and scope several inter-related initiatives and assist senior-level business stakeholders to make informed decisions about initiatives and approaches. - Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to identify opportunities where JPEO-CBD can develop future capabilities in response to evolving strategic operational threats and lateral acquisition effects, and advise JPM Protection on potential program initiatives. - Maintain open and continuous dialogue and engagement between internal and external organizations concerning strategic operations, and integrate pertinent information into current business operations. - Evaluate, define, analyze, and recommend strategies and potential business capabilities to meet operational threats. - The contractor shall review and evaluate schedules, technical milestones, and performance goals for JPM Protection-supported projects to ensure user objectives are being met. - The contractor shall understand Joint Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense (CBRND) operations, apply joint operational concepts to JPM Protection projects and programs, and ensure programmatic documentation aligns. - Develop, analyze, and staff critical mid- and high-level business strategy documentation, reports, formal responses, and briefings for the JPM Protection. - Evaluate JPM Protection business projects and programs, and provide feedback to the JPM Protection staff. - Review business trade off analyses, AoAs, Business Case Analyses (BCAs), Life Cycle Cost Estimates (LCCEs), and risk analyses as they pertain to the JPM Protection portfolio. - Receive and review draft business documents and assess their applicability to the JPEO-CBRND portfolio. - Provide coordination and staff support at meetings, program reviews, conferences, and briefings. - Interpret operational strategies, specifications, requirements, and technical data and integrate them into JPM Protection business operations. - Attend and provide technical business input to program functional IPTs, Interim Program Reviews (IPRs), decisions, and other updates. - Respond to JPM Protection systems inquiries and assigned taskers. - Maintain a library of product/program-specific electronic files and applicable reference materials.
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2213
Location US-MD-Suitland
 Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Possess knowledge of and experience in the development and management of Insider Threat Detection Programs. - Provide support in the Assessment and Authorizations (A&A) of the IT hardware and software security. These A&A efforts include the coordination with the authorization authority, development of the required security documentation, formal security testing, and remediation of findings, if required. - Highly Desired: The contractor possesses knowledge of and experience in the use of security information and event management tools (e.g., HP ArcSight and McAfee ePO Host Based Security System, etc.). - Serve as a member of a Government-led Insider Threat – Fusion Cell Analysis Team, with a focus on Information Assurance (IA)/Computer Network Defense (CND) and Security. - Fulfill the requirements of the DoDD 8570.01-M, IA Workforce Improvement Program. - Provide training on use of the Government Audit/Anomaly Threat Detection technology. - Receive automated user activity monitoring/audit data and alerts from sensors deployed on Navy’s classified and unclassified SCI networks and conduct initial analysis response and feedback of audit data collected to detect cyber and insider threats. - Responsibilities for monitoring system events and conducting auditing analysis on the Watch the Watcher program. - Perform analyses of audit data and alerts to identify anomalous/suspicious activity, possible policy or security violations and the individuals responsible, other network or systemic risks presenting an avoidable opportunity for a malicious insider to exploit, and potential insider threats.  When needed, the contractor shall document and forward findings to the Government Reviewer for further action.  The contractor shall provide final analysis and assessment results to the Government and assist the Government in resolving identified discrepancies. - Coordinate with applicable points of contact from Personnel Security, CI, LE, IA, Inspector General (IG), Human Resources (HR), and other necessary Mission Business Owners (MBO) to resolve audit alerts as required by documented standard operating procedures for monitoring, detection, response, and reporting activities.  - Collaborate with pillar leads of IA, Security, and CI/LE to develop dashboards, filters, and audit policy triggers for audit capabilities and assist in regular trigger refinement based on the analysis of evolving anomaly event activities across the Navy SCI and SIPR network. - Support Government Team Leads by engaging with other organizational elements (e.g., CI, Security, CND, IA, etc.) to remain aware of known Advanced Persistent Threats (APT), evolution of cyber security and insider threat technology and methodology, and other related focus areas that could impact operational mission objectives. - Evaluate existing system policies, modify policies to achieve program objectives, and/or develop new policies. - Capture, document, develop and provide a Lessons Learned document for the program. The document, at a minimum, shall include: Technical/programmatic gaps and successes and failures identified in the pilot, and recommended solutions, to include cost estimates for technical and manpower resources, addressing items identified in the pilot and identifying a path forward to establish Initial Operating Capabilities (IOC) and potential deployment across the Naval Intelligence Enterprise - Assist in development of business processes and workflows (technical or functional), SOPs, and documentation.  Unless otherwise directed, the contractor shall use Government-supplied format.  - Assist in development of: Supporting concepts of operations, and response and reporting processes and procedures for status (non-critical) and referral (critical) events with appropriate authorities (e.g., Security, IA, CI/LE, IG, HR, etc.) - Employ – under Government direction – current best practices and state-of-the-art cyber, IA, security, and insider threat TTP. - Serve as a subject matter expert, participating in meetings, working groups, system demonstrations, and conferences as needed. - Provide briefings and presentation materials, conference or meeting materials, technical memoranda, and administrative reports in support of this Task Order.Provide the Government with a copy of all documentation developed in support of the Task Order. - Provide a weekly status report to the Government Team Leads, which shall, at a minimum, include: Work performed during the week, including accomplishments; Plan for work to be performed during the following week; Identification and discussion of any risks or issues pertaining to assigned tasks and their associated deliverable target dates; The report shall be provided in the standard format provided by the Government. - Conduct the required support and respond to tasks within an amount of time agreed upon by the contractor and the Government Lead. - Work with multiple organizations within the Navy responsible for systems control, integration, testing, security, and maintenance, as well as appropriate privacy and legal authorities and external partners. - Work with other team members and departments of the organization to conduct security scans, implement Standard Technical Installation Guides (STIG’s), Manual test procedures to test, document result pertaining to the security posture of the system for ATO efforts. - Be able to track and monitor POAM items and provide reports to the Government PM’s as required.                                
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2211
Location US-MD-Suitland
 Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Possess the necessary skills to conduct security audit scans on the software and hardware in performance of assigned duties.  - Serve as a member of a Government-led Insider Threat – Fusion Cell Analysis Team, with a focus on Information Assurance (IA)/Computer Network Defense (CND) and Security. - Fulfill the requirements of the DoDD 8570.01-M, IA Workforce Improvement Program. - Provide training on use of the Government Audit/Anomaly Threat Detection technology. - Receive automated user activity monitoring/audit data and alerts from sensors deployed on Navy’s classified and unclassified SCI networks and conduct initial analysis response and feedback of audit data collected to detect cyber and insider threats. - Provide to the Government, in the form of tracking metrics captured on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis: Event alert types; Number of automated audit event alerts received from deployed sensors; Number of false positive audit event alerts received from deployed sensors; The false positive to audit event alert ratio based on events received from deployed sensors; Number of events reviewed per analyst; Number of inquiries, based on events received, forwarded to IA staff for review; Number of inquiries, based on events received, forwarded to CI entities for review - Perform analyses of audit data and alerts to identify anomalous/suspicious activity, possible policy or security violations and the individuals responsible, other network or systemic risks presenting an avoidable opportunity for a malicious insider to exploit, and potential insider threats.  When needed, the contractor shall document and forward findings to the Government Reviewer for further action.  The contractor shall provide final analysis and assessment results to the Government and assist the Government in resolving identified discrepancies. - Coordinate with applicable points of contact from Personnel Security, CI, LE, IA, Inspector General (IG), Human Resources (HR), and other necessary Mission Business Owners (MBO) to resolve audit alerts as required by documented standard operating procedures for monitoring, detection, response, and reporting activities.  - Collaborate with pillar leads of IA, Security, and CI/LE to develop dashboards, filters, and audit policy triggers for audit capabilities and assist in regular trigger refinement based on the analysis of evolving anomaly event activities across the Navy SCI and SIPR network. - The contractor shall support Government Team Leads by engaging with other organizational elements (e.g., CI, Security, CND, IA, etc.) to remain aware of known Advanced Persistent Threats (APT), evolution of cyber security and insider threat technology and methodology, and other related focus areas that could impact operational mission objectives. - Work with other team members and departments of the organization to conduct security scans, implement Standard Technical Installation Guides (STIG’s), Manual test procedures to test, document result pertaining to the security posture of the system for ATO efforts. - Evaluate existing system policies, modify policies to achieve program objectives, and/or develop new policies. - Capture, document, develop and provide a Lessons Learned document for the program. The document, at a minimum, shall include: Technical/programmatic gaps and successes and failures identified in the pilot, and recommended solutions, to include cost estimates for technical and manpower resources, addressing items identified in the pilot and identifying a path forward to establish Initial Operating Capabilities (IOC) and potential deployment across the Naval Intelligence Enterprise - Assist in development of business processes and workflows (technical or functional), SOPs, and documentation.  Unless otherwise directed, the contractor shall use Government-supplied format.  - Assist in development of: Supporting concepts of operations; Response and reporting processes and procedures for status (non-critical) and referral (critical) events with appropriate authorities (e.g., Security, IA, CI/LE, IG, HR, etc.) - Employ – under Government direction – current best practices and state-of-the-art cyber, IA, security, and insider threat TTP. - The contractor shall serve as a subject matter expert, participating in meetings, working groups, system demonstrations, and conferences as needed. - Provide briefings and presentation materials, conference or meeting materials, technical memoranda, and administrative reports in support of this Task Order. - Provide the Government with a copy of all documentation developed in support of the Task Order. - Conduct the required support and respond to tasks within an amount of time agreed upon by the contractor and the Government Lead. - Work with multiple organizations within the Navy responsible for systems control, integration, testing, security, and maintenance, as well as appropriate privacy and legal authorities and external partners. - Provide a weekly status report to the Government Team Leads, which shall, at a minimum, include: Work performed during the week, including accomplishments; Plan for work to be performed during the following week; Identification and discussion of any risks or issues pertaining to assigned tasks and their associated deliverable target dates; The report shall be provided in the standard format provided by the Government.      
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2210
Location US-VA-Arlington
 Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Apply developed critical thinking expertise in and knowledge of communications capabilities and channels to design and implement strategies that advance the goals and objectives of a broad range of BIB initiatives. - Produce BIB briefings and analysis reports to provide an evaluation of current or planned capabilities or policies and impacts to the Navy program. - Implement Continuous Evaluation (CE) activities for all naval personnel in support of Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), DOD, Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV), and Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) activities. - Develop effective strategic communications, education plans, and associated products designed for Navy workforce awareness of BIB and how the Navy is working to reduce the backlog. - Develop and update BIB Implementation Plans, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and various strategy documents, metrics, instructions, directives, policy documents, program briefings, white papers, information papers, reports, and staffing packages. - Attend and participate in Government and contractor meetings, providing subject matter expertise in support of BIB related briefings, program working group meetings, seminars, symposiums, technical exchanges, and workshops. - Provide administrative support for the coordination, facilitation, and execution of BIB related meetings and conferences. - Provide support to develop, implement, and assess compliance of Navy’s background investigation program. - Provide administrative, information technology, and database support to implement the Navy’s background investigation program. - Develop enterprise architecture alignment reports to highlight challenges or concerns with current or planned initiatives and recommend associated mitigation solutions. - Document recommendations and develop analytic and mission support products. - Develop various briefs, presentations, data drills, processes, metrics, and technical data based on technical knowledge or subject matter expertise. - Meet with the customer on a weekly basis to highlight planned and ongoing tasks, as well as any concerns that may negatively impact Navy programs. - Meet with the customer on a monthly basis to hold discussions to ensure mission assurance and review personnel assigned to the program, status of potential impacts (i.e., upcoming leave, training, or departures), replacement personnel and overlap, and deliverable status.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2209
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.
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2208
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. - 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
2021-2207
Location US-VA-Springfield
 Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Coordinate with personnel in selected offices across NGA to plan, execute, and control projects to establish records management business processes within those offices in accordance with NGA records management policies and the NGA RIM Engagement approach. - Provide subject matter expertise based on extensive knowledge of NGA retention policy, organizations, functions, and products to NGA offices in preparation and/or response to internal & external inspections. - Coordinate with personnel in selected NGA offices to plan, execute, and control projects; establish records management business processes in accordance with records management policy and the NGA RIM Engagement approach. - Address questions and issues raised by NGA personnel related to the performance of office-level RIM responsibilities, interpretation and application of NGA records retention policy and handling of electronic records. - Provide overall RIM engagement planning, and coordination: prepare and present classroom-level training for NGA Information Officers (IOs); provide direct support in the performance of records inventories, creation of Office File Plans (OFPs), and related filing systems in hardcopy and shared file/electronic environments. - Provide office RM assessments to validate that RM business processes are properly established; ensure that records are managed and filed, identify and follow-up on any corrective actions that may be required. - Produce appropriate technical documentation on the design and functionality of the tools. - Assist with the collection and preparation of electronic records for disposition. - Shall provide direct support in the performance of records inventories, creation of Office File Plans (OFPs), and related filing systems in hardcopy and shared file/electronic environments through IT expertise and knowledge regarding potential solutions and best practices for the management of email and electronic records in the IC, DoD, Federal government, or industry.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2203
Location US-VA-Springfield
Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Maintain knowledge of, & interpret all Federal, DoD, & NGA records & information management policies & compliance requirements. - Records & information management business processes & best practices - Records & information management training & awareness - Information governance - Records storage facility requirements - NGA records retention policy & guidance - Maintain & update the NGA Electronic Records Management (ERM) Implementation Plan - Participate in, IC, Government & industry forums to identify and address issues in the management of electronic records. - Develop requirements and plans for electronic recordkeeping systems and related business processes to include technology evaluations and cost analysis. - Guide the implementation of electronic recordkeeping systems in accordance with established plans. - Coordinate with various IT planning, design, development and sustainment activities to: - Interpret and apply records management requirements to NGA systems and data. - Establish procedures for the identification, capture, & transfer of electronic records to management for disposition & transfer to National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). - Coordinate NARA Records Management inspections, NGA’s response, and develop interim solutions to recommendations and issues. - Provide specific expertise to define and execute the Project Plan to address recommendations of the 2010, and 2012 NARA Records Inspections and: - Define the approach for the accounting of past products not transferred to NARA. - Assemble list of past product editions to include: - Capture and transfer of scanned images from the integrated Library system. - Capture and transfer of electronic versions of files from web-based hosting capabilities. - Capture and transfer of electronic versions published on optical media or maintained on office “shared drives”. - Plan & facilitate NARA Electronic Records Inspections. - Identify products and systems to be inspected. - Coordinate with NARA inspection team on scope, schedule, and inspection participants - Coordinate with systems owners and developers for planning and performance of the inspection - Design and coordinate implementation of near-term solutions to issues expected to be raised by the future NARA inspection of NGA management of electronic records. - Define retirement and transfer processes for “native” electronic records created within mission area expected to be within scope of the inspection. - Identify, capture, and transfer past electronic editions of products within scope of the electronic records inspection. - Work with personnel at all levels of the agency to continuously evolve NGA retention policy. - Prepare and deliver briefings, white papers, and other communications on records management concerns to internal and external customers, as needed.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Information Technology
ID
2021-2201
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
2021-2193
Location US-AL-Huntsville
ABSC is seeking a Senior-Level Engineering Specialist with a TS/SCI for the Army Research and Technology Protection Center (ARTPC) program in Huntsville, AL. In this role, you will provide research and technology protection (RTP) support to the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) Headquarters (HQ) and its Major Subordinate Commands (MSC) and activities. Foreign Governments and companies that both use and sell military systems will go to great lengths to acquire the advanced technologies that dominate future warfare. Identification and protection of those technologies is essential to the Army’s mission and ability to fight and win when those systems are fielded. If you are ready to join ABSC in protecting the advanced technology that will form the heart of the Army’s future fighting force, apply today!   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
2021-2185