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Location US-VA-Chantilly
- Experience in formal intelligence production and the application of pertinent Intelligence Community Directives (ICD) highly desired - working understanding of computer network terminology and architecture - familiarity with computer forensic terminology/techniques - familiarity with National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) cyber security framework and cyber security standards for DIB
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Intelligence
ID
2020-1915
Location US-MD-Edgewood
This program supports the Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological Radiological Nuclear Defense (HQ, JPEO-CBRND), providing IT support.  - Serve as an embedded Help Desk Technician to implement and maintain all information technology and provide customer support, for the following: - 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. - Refer major hardware or software problems or defective products to vendors or technicians for service. - Troubleshoot and resolve user inquiries regarding computer software or hardware problems. - Upgrade existing equipment, performing tasks such as installing updated circuit boards or additional memory. - Set up equipment for employee use, ensuring proper installation of cables, operating systems, and appropriate software. - Image computers in accordance with the Network Enterprise Center’s policies. - Update and maintain software inventories. - Update and maintain hardware inventories. - Align, adjust, or calibrate equipment. - Maintain printers to include parts and consumables, for example toner, transfer kits, rollers, and toner collection units, etc. - 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. - Adhere to the Service Level Agreement (SLA) timelines for responding and resolving work tickets. - Use enterprise work ticket system(s) to record work tasks. - Maintain and follow all approved Standard Operating Processes (SOP). - Escalate and monitor tickets or issues through the Government Lead and/or through the Network Enterprise Center as required. - Successfully complete all training related to the assigned position (e.g., driver’s training course, etc.). - Drive Government vehicles to complete job duties. - Attend the Network Enterprise Center Elevated Privileges training. - Be able to work independently and with team members. - Communicate when time sensitive or time relevant tasks are at risk of failure - Ensure all hardware and software are prepared, available, and functional to meet the Army and DoD compliance and lifecycle requirements. - Leverage and comply with the ITIL framework to provide customer support.
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2020-1914
Location US-VA-Fort Belvoir
- Overall responsible for leading the FTTTF Admin and Fort Belvoir Admin Teams - Site lead role supporting the SVE Program Manager with contract administrative duties - Expert knowledge of admin duties at FTTTF and Fort Belvoir to include processes and all databases - Edit and Reformat National Intelligence Agency Check (NIAC) List - Conduct TIDE Checks - Update Master NIAC list - Verify Vendor Screening Roster - Compile data from DCII, Scatter Castles and JPAS - Convert Weekly Screening Roster - Update Vendor Report Folder - Account for all Weekly Stats - Upload and Input FTTTF and NNC Results - Export data to submit information to CENTS. Manage and track requests for security reviews on awards for foreign military personnel and prepare correspondence and or emails responses back the requesting unit. - Transfer CCF declines from NIPRNet to SIPRNet and upload to database - Check names in PORTICO - Prepare correspondence and emails to complete duty requirements and IAW with SOPs or as directed by the government. - Communicate and coordinate exchange of data with other agencies - Coordinate, prepare, schedule conference rooms and meetings, prepare agendas, and prepare meeting notes related to operations and programs - Prepare Operations Order staffing forms and coordinate Operation Orders with INSCOM G-3 and other primary and special INSCOM staff sections - Perform all other tasks laid out in the SVO SOP - Transfer other information between NIPRNET, SIPRNET, and JWICS.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Security
ID
2020-1911
Location US-MD-Edgewood
- The contractor shall serve as an embedded help desk technician to implement and maintain all information technology and provide customer support, for the following: - 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) - The contractor shall install and perform minor repairs to hardware, software, or peripheral equipment, following design or installation specifications. - The contractor shall refer major hardware or software problems or defective products to vendors or technicians for service. - The contractor shall troubleshoot and resolve user inquiries regarding computer software or hardware problems. - The contractor shall upgrade existing equipment, performing tasks such as installing updated circuit boards or additional memory. - The contractor shall set up equipment for employee use, ensuring proper installation of cables, operating systems, and appropriate software. - The contractor shall image computers in accordance with the Network Enterprise Center’s policies. - The contractor shall update and maintain software inventories. - The contractor shall update and maintain hardware inventories. - The contractor shall align, adjust, or calibrate equipment. - The contractor shall maintain printers to include parts and consumables, for example toner, transfer kits, rollers, and toner collection units, etc. - The contractor shall 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. - The contractor shall adhere to the Service Level Agreement (SLA) timelines for responding and resolving work tickets. - The contractor shall use enterprise work ticket system(s) to record work tasks. - The contractor shall maintain and follow all approved Standard Operating Processes (SOP). - The contractor shall escalate and monitor tickets or issues through the Government Lead and/or through the Network Enterprise Center as required. - The contractor shall successfully complete all training related to the assigned position (e.g., driver’s training course, etc.). - The contractor shall drive Government vehicles to complete job duties. - The contractor shall attend the Network Enterprise Center Elevated Privileges training. - The contractor shall be able to work independently and with team members. - The contractor shall communicate when time sensitive or time relevant tasks are at risk of failure - The contractor shall ensure all hardware and software are prepared, available, and functional to meet the Army and DoD compliance and lifecycle requirements. - The contractor shall leverage and comply with the ITIL framework to provide customer support. -  
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2020-1898
Location US-MD-Linthicum
- Experience in formal intelligence production and the application of pertinent Intelligence Community Directives (ICD) highly desired - Working understanding of computer network terminology and architecture - Familiarity with computer forensic terminology/techniques - Familiarity with National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) cyber security framework and cyber security standards for DIB
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Intelligence
ID
2020-1896
Location US-VA-Fort Belvoir
- Develop detailed test and evaluation plans. - Conduct tests and evaluations. - Prepare test reports, assessment and evaluation reports. - Develop presentations. - Provide monthly program status reports. - Conduct developmental and operational tests. - Conduct test plan development, data collection, analysis and reporting. - Prepare or assist in the preparation of test documentation, including but not limited to: Test Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP); Operational and Developmental Test Plans and Reports; System Evaluations; and System Assessments. - Monitor developmental activities. - Participate in system program reviews, test related meetings, test working groups, and test or system related conferences.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Information Technology
ID
2020-1893
Location US-VA-Fort Belvoir
- Develop detailed test and evaluation plans. - Conduct tests and evaluations. - Prepare test reports, assessment and evaluation reports. - Develop presentations. - Provide monthly program status reports. - Conduct developmental and operational tests. - Conduct test plan development, data collection, analysis and reporting. - Prepare or assist in the preparation of test documentation, including but not limited to: Test Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP); Operational and Developmental Test Plans and Reports; System Evaluations; and System Assessments. - Monitor developmental activities. - Participate in system program reviews, test related meetings, test working groups, and test or system related conferences.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Information Technology
ID
2020-1892
Location US-VA-Springfield
  - Maintain a working level understanding of the NGA organization and its corporate business rhythms in order to effectively execute administrative requirements for the office.  This includes reading, understanding and applying applicable IC, DoD and NGA policies, instructions, regulations, and guidance.  - Receptionist duties such as: greeting, receiving, and assisting office visitors, to include escorting to meeting place, upon entrance/exit of the facility, or as required; answering phone calls for the purpose of recording messages, transferring calls, assisting with caller inquiries, coordinating office agendas and activities; etc. - Operate a computer, calculator, copier/scanner, and other common office equipment.  This includes the ability to use standard office equipment and Microsoft Office software applications to the degree expected at each labor category. - Process mail to include retrieval, opening (as required), inspecting, distributing, and picking-up for mailroom delivery. - Read publications, regulations, directive, instructions and guidance and take action or refer those that are important to office leadership, management and/or staff. - Establish and maintain both hardcopy and computer based filing systems, to include performing routine filing of various office data/record files. - Prepare, review and/or edit correspondences such as form letters, reports, tables, spreadsheets, and other printed material. - Copy and scan office documents, files, records, etc. Some tasks may include either actually performing the copy/scanning operation or assisting with the processing through NGA rapid reproduction. - Assist with the preparation of materials needed for conferences, correspondence, appointments, travel, meetings, telephone calls, etc. - Manage office calendars to support planning and coordination of office events, functions, meetings, work requirements and other noteworthy calendar topics. - Perform data entry and maintenance of stored data/records in established databases, spreadsheets and other electronic data/record tracking and repository systems. - Assist with meeting agendas, arranging meet-me numbers and conference room schedules, coordinating meeting material and pantry items, taking meeting notes and producing a pot-meeting report for approval and distribution, tracking meeting action items for disposition, etc. - Support creation of Staff Summary Sheets (SSS) and staffing of documents for review and/or signatures. - Provide responsive administrative support to facilitate completion of all organizational mission requirements with minimal assistance and/or guidance. This will require interpreting and applying policies, guidelines, and procedures.  - Determine best approach and course action to take in both routine and non-routine administrative situations with minimal assistance and/or guidance.  This will require accurately interpreting and adapting guidelines, including unwritten policies, precedents and practices that are not always completely applicable to a changing situation. - Manage office schedules and calendars to administratively support responsive planning, coordination, execution, and completion of business rhythms, corporate requirements, and events (i.e., meetings, conferences, travel, etc.) with minimal assistance and/or guidance. - Keep leadership and staff apprised of high priority issues, requirements, and developments as it relates to office business and administrative activities. - Advise subordinate secretaries on new procedures; requests information needed form the subordinate offices for periodic or special conference, reports, inquiries, etc.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Administrative
ID
2020-1890
Location US-VA-Fort Belvoir
- Provides first contact and incident resolution to customers with hardware, software, and application problems. Includes both customer telephone support as well as electronically submitted requests - Provides polite and friendly customer service - Attempts to resolve as many incidents during the first contact, or at Tier I. Efficiently escalates incidents to higher Tier II or Tier III when required - Documents incident status and solutions in incident database tools. - Possesses current working knowledge of computers, printers, laptops, and common windows applications - Works through various types Tier II issues with telephone assist - Provides answers to FAQ’s and/or solutions to common problems as part of a customer self-help capability - Possesses comprehensive knowledge of the principles, methods, and techniques used in computer troubleshooting and support - Possesses comprehensive knowledge of desktop operating systems and applications
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Information Technology
ID
2020-1888
Location US-MD-Fort Meade
- Networking with ability to troubleshoot the entire picture end to end and when needed do some design and installation of new networking systems as well as upgrade planning and recommendations to our customer. - Analyze user's requirements, concept of operations documents, and high level system architectures to develop system requirements specifications - Analyze system requirements and leads design and development activities - Guide users in formulating requirements, advises alternative approaches, and conducts feasibility studies - Provide technical leadership for the integration of requirements, design, and technology - Incorporate new plans, designs and systems into ongoing operations - Develop system architecture and system design documentation - Guide system development and implementation planning through assessment or preparation of system engineering management plans and system integration and test plans - Interact with the Government regarding Systems Engineering technical considerations and for associated problems, issues or conflicts - Be responsible for the technical integrity of work performed and deliverables associated with the Systems Engineering area of responsibility - Communicate with other program personnel, government overseers, and senior executives - Coordinate and manage engineering projects - Act as lead in defining and executing systems engineering activities within a Provide comprehensive definition of all aspects of system development from analysis of mission needs to verification of system performance - Ensure efficient delivery of contract capabilities using industry standards and repeatable processes
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Information Technology
ID
2020-1887
Location US-VA-Fort Belvoir
- Maintains the integrity, security and availability of multiple databases - Duties include disaster recovery, performance analysis and tuning, index maintenance, and monitoring of data - Administers, maintains, develops and implements policies and procedures for ensuring the security and integrity of the database - Evaluates and recommends available database management system (DBMS) products - Performs database and software life-cycle activities to ensure highest level of system performance and availability and compliance with business requirements - Performs Oracle, SQL Server, SYBASE, and other DBMS database and application server administration - Organizes and formats data for efficient query and storage processes - Perform all database administrator functions to include disaster recovery, performance analysis and tuning, index maintenance, and monitoring of data - Coordinate and develop database backup, storage, and replication schemes across the customers' enterprise. Develop policies and procedures for ensuring the security and integrity of the database(s) - Directs the monitoring, administrating, and implementing performance on database systems as well as database performance optimization, developing/changing database indices, redesigning database structure and reloading data into a database
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Information Technology
ID
2020-1885
Location US-National Capitol Region
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Intelligence
ID
2020-1867
Location US-National Capitol Region
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Intelligence
ID
2020-1866
Location US-National Capitol Region
  • Conducting technical research using customer tools, technical analysis, and report writing • Drafting operational concept development with stakeholders. • Preparing and presenting reports to all levels of client management. • Proven experience working within highly complex and highly dynamic environments. • Address high-profile intelligence issues. • Using a broad range of analytic tradecraft methods, develop solutions to intricate global mission-set scenarios that are often ambiguous. • Identify and assess the correct subjects and the appropriate susceptibility to exploitation, and technology trends in-order-to ensure collection operations answer critical intelligence issues. • This undertaking requires analytic, research, and investigative skills reinforced from education, training, as well as experience while serving as a Technical Target Analyst or Officer in previous roles. • Critical thinking and ability to communicate highly complex technical information to diverse teams and wide arrays of audiences – ranging from technical to non-technical. • Proven track record of drafting and disseminating written reports along with requests for information. • Deliver clear and concise briefings with confidence and authority.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Intelligence
ID
2020-1861
Location US-VA-McLean
During the course of your duties and responsibilities you will:   • Track Project Progress in Customer’s PMTool • Perform PMF programmatics for the project (schedule, control gates, prepare slides, distribute minutes,review/verify deliverables, etc) • Track project schedule in both MS Project and PMTool • Perform technical writing on project documentation • Version control draft and baseline documentation • Track Team/Project Action Items • Project Purchasing Documentation and Research • Develop project schedules, timelines (adherence to PMP) • Develop and present briefings • Produce Project status reports • Leverage experience across the Center, Group, and external offices. • Create/update project documentation to include PMP deliverables • Coordinate with Customer’s security elements for Project Certification and Accreditation
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Operations
ID
2020-1857
Location US-VA-Herndon
Grow the opportunity pipeline, to include existing as well as adjacent markets/customers, through diligent and timely identification/qualification of new business opportunities by leveraging current technologies, customer intimacies, and inter-company collaboration. Support development of growth plans to ensure alignment with strategic goals of the company and division. Lead and participate in the identification, qualification and pursuit of strategic business opportunities. Develops internal cross-organizational relationships and drive new growth through collaboration with the other sectors. Obtain marketing intelligence and competitive data pertaining to potential targeted pursuits and develop marketing strategies.   What You’ll Get to Do: - Plan, organize, and manage captures within the Intelligence and Defense markets including business with NGA, CIA, DIA, NRO, NSA and other DoD entities or Combatant Commands - Lead major single award capture efforts to successful completion. - Develop the overall capture strategy, internal and external partnerships, business plans and marketing - Lead and coordinate competitive assessments, determining the strengths and weaknesses of ABSC and potential competitors - Lead and facilitate win strategy development sessions including technical, management, teaming, past performance, staffing, pricing, etc.  - Develop B&P spend plans and track all associated expenses with the capture effort - Align resources and work across the organization developing relationships and the support required for the pursuit of opportunities, develop and improve upon processes, manage B&P budgets, report metrics/manage risk Demonstrated success in leading and growing DoD and IC services business.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Corporate Services
ID
2020-1856
Location US-VA-Arlington
In this role you will use knowledge of existing and emerging protection programs and policies to develop an integrated Army response to technology protection issues via counterintelligence, intelligence, foreign disclosure, security policies, and U.S. Government cyber security standards.   Additional Duties: - Investigate and analyze a variety of policy situations considering the interrelationships between security and other mission areas to identify gaps and partnership areas. - Provide recommendations and findings in coordination with the Government to support the development and institutionalization of controlled technical information (CTI) protection processes and procedures Army-wide. - Provide recommendations and findings to support pertinent Army policy and regulations on the protection ofCTI, coordinating through Army staffing processes. - Draft information papers to support policy development. - Support the Government in the identification and documentation of protection planning “best practices”, forwarding the concepts to ASA (ALT) for consideration across the acquisition enterprises for policy development and implementation. - Provide recommendations and findings to support the Government with the development and institutionalization of controlled technical information (CTI) protection processes and procedures Army-wide. - Track and coordinate with Government Intelligence and Security Managers at customer sites to ensure periodic assistance visits and inspections of Government and Defense Contractor facilities where CPI resides are conducted properly and receive sufficient emphasis on technology protection.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Security
ID
2020-1847
Location US-National Capitol Region
In this role you will apply knowledge of a wide range of security disciplines, concepts, principles, practices and requirements applicable to information protection to include: acquisition security, program protection, information security, industrial security, physical security, personnel security, operations security, foreign disclosure, special access programs, and information assurance.   Additional details below: - Provide security support in the areas of technology protection security (technology transfer and foreign disclosure), personnel security (conference attendee vetting, access rosters, etc.), information security, operations security, and information systems security monitoring. - Lead the Program Protection Plan (PPP) process to provide recommendations and findings and coordinate review of the PPP or interim PPP (IPPP) with Program/Project Managers (PM), Lab Directors, Contractor Security Managers, and/or University Security Managers. - Provide recommendations and findings to the Government for review and approval of Critical Program Information (CPI) for public release and classification determination, as well as submit recommendations and findings for draft Security - Classification Guides (SCGs) to Government leadership for final review and approval. - Submit recommendations and findings to the Government for reviews of Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADA) to ensure applicable classification and security language is present.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Security
ID
2020-1846
Location US-VA-McLean
• Working with a dedicated, highly skilled team of professionals • Training service desk agents, close support teams, and potentially CMA/DMA teams • Resolving critical IT-related issues that negatively impact the mission • Lending expertise and institutional knowledge to less experienced team members to improve the overall excellence of the team • Collaborating with team members to identify process improvements • Managing the functionality and efficiency of a group of computers running on one or more operating systems
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Information Technology
ID
2020-1837
Location US-VA-Fort Belvoir
In support of the INSCOM G-4 mission which supports tactical, operational, and strategic intelligence units, personnel and their ground and aerial intelligence equipment and operations facilities and infrastructure. ABSC is hiring in Fort Belvoir, VA, a TS/SCI Sr. Software Engineer with a Bachelor Degree in Computer Science or related field plus eight years of experience in a related field involving software innovation, changes and upgrades of major security systems and certification in the following: MS Windows Certification, CCNA, VMWare Certified Professional (VCP), NetApp, CISCO.    Some of what you’ll do:  - You'll provide software related advice and consultation to supported INSCOM or Intelligence Community (IC) organizations on the use of commercial and unique software programs associated with administrative, technical mission data management, and dissemination of information.  - You'll provide consultation support to all Portal customers on the use of commercial and proprietary software programs associated with mission data management and dissemination of information including readiness of mission operations. - You'll develop, design and implement within a .NET Framework and SQL databases, automated tools for all Portal customers. - You'll review proposed changes to assess impact to Portal reliability and readiness and ensure economic and efficient availability of data within appropriate safeguards. - You'll develop expertise in use of automated tools for overall portal design and implementation. Ensure that documentation is complete and up-to-date. Develop procedures relating to underlying databases and application security including procedures by which access is authorized, enabled, changed and withdrawn. Develop procedures for periodic database backup. - You'll conduct analysis, design, code, testing and documentation of software enhancements to existing software baselines running on military command and control systems, defense communications and complex intelligence systems in support of US military operations.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Information Technology
ID
2020-1836