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Sev1Tech is seeking detail-oriented and collaborative Software Services Delivery Manager to join our mission in providing best-in-class technology, infrastructure and security support services to businesses in Colorado.   Supporting multiple programs in Colorado, the Software Services Delivery Manager must have software application development and support experience and will be part of a Software Delivery Teams responsible for the following managed services: - Custom developed applications support - Development automation tools and environments support - DevOps and DevSecOps  - Delivery of functional requests for enhancement - Request and Incident management - Problem management - Configuration management - Information Security management - Operations management Job Functions - Lead and manage a team of high-performing individual contributors and contribute to their ongoing talent development - Collaborate and coordinate with multiple clients to ensure the successful delivery of service levels - Analyze production operations and initiate corrective actions to ensure operational stability - Empower a culture of safety, security, and compliance in all aspect of managed services delivery - Initiate and establish quality standards for the software development teams - Lead through change by bringing clarity, generating energy, and delivering success - Supervise request fulfilment, incident management, change management and problem management in line with ITIL 4.0 concepts - Ensure on-call support and weekend maintenance duties as required - Work with other client cross-functional teams to provide seamless Service Delivery - Escalate to internal Sev1Tech technical experts when assistance is needed - Participate in operations and service delivery continuous improvement activities - Supervise knowledge management and document management activities - 150k DOE 
ID
2023-6574
Location
US-CO-Denver
Security Clearance
Clearable
Sev1Tech is seeking an Information System Security Officer (ISSO)who can prepare, submit, and monitor accreditation packages through the Risk Management Framework (RMF) process ensuring receipt of Interim Authority to Test (IATT) or Authority to Operation (ATO) in support of Army's PEO C3T program for PM Tactical Radios (TR) in their Technical Management Division (TMD).   The ISSO will apply their knowledge of RMF Cybersecurity engineering best practices used to secure technical solutions, including applications, systems, architectures, and infrastructures that are operationally viable and efficient on-site at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG): - Independently provides support in defining and implementing system security requirements, designs security architecture and develops a security design for program platforms up to and including classified networks. - Leverage security products and technologies to protect the organization’s systems and information and enable achievement of the organization’s objectives. - Maintain/accreditations during the continuous monitoring stages of Risk Management Framework (RMF). - Review and evaluate security impact of changes to authorized systems and provide technical guidance focused on information security architecture. - Review and author System Security Plans (SSPs) and other supporting body of evidence documentation. - Participates in the development or revision of security related policies and procedures, conducts Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) evaluations annually on accredited systems and completes/updates Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&Ms) as appropriate - Perform or assist in certain cybersecurity efforts, ex: Critical Functionality Analysis (CFA), Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM), and Critical Components and Critical Program Information (CPI) evaluations, and Cybersecurity Strategy development.
ID
2023-6573
Location
US-MD-Aberdeen Proving Ground
Security Clearance
Secret
- Perform C4ISR engineering drafting, drawing review, drawing control, and related services required in the design of electronic/communications equipment, systems and installations. Drawings shall be prepared in digital format using AUTOCAD software in accordance with Appendix Q1 of the NIWC SIPH v4.1; - Produce mechanical & electrical/electronic drawings from rough engineering sketches in accordance with Appendix Q1 of the NIWC SIPH v4.1; c. Assist in Program/MILCON peer review and tech-writing support, as required, to include identifying and fixing errors in content, and formatting of GCM documents and plans for purposes of ensuring consistency of GCM documentation; - Perform peer reviews in accordance with GCM QA Management Plan that produces documentation that is consistent in format, organization, and content, and comply with SIPH and program plans; - Prepare engineering drawings or sketches of existing equipment or installations where original drawings are inadequate or non-existent; - Scale drawings to permit addition of details, to include enlarging or reducing supplied drawings, and providing "blow-ups" of selected zones of drawings to show appropriate details. When required, perform sectioning of various views to show "hidden" details; - Prepare drawing layouts from one or more engineering sketches for purposes of emphasizing elements necessary for timely installation, fabrication, acquisition or adaptations; - Prepare illustrations, diagrams, graphs, charts, 3D renderings, or other appropriate graphic medium of various presentation media for MS PowerPoint briefing slides, reports, user manuals, and training matters; - Update Installation Design Plans (IDP) based on red-lines provided by the project design team; - Organize and Maintain version control of IDP Master Drawing Sets for projects, including the cross-referenced files; and - Make available all drawings upon request via USN Flank Speed SharePoint site.
ID
2023-6572
Location
US-CA-San Diego
Security Clearance
Secret
- Assist the Government in defining integration requirements by collecting, identifying, and organizing detailed information from the users. Assist the Government functional area Manager in defining scope, plans, and deliverables for assigned projects; - Confirm and prioritize project integration plans and deliverables with the Government; - Assist Infrastructure Engineers in the inspection and review of various IT infrastructure for various MILCON projects; - Coordinate and collaborate with others in analyzing collected requirements to ensure plans and identified IT Infrastructure meets MILCON project requirements; - Assist with QA & Quality Control (QC) support during and after project completion; - Assist IT Systems Engineers to include site preparation, post installation equipment integration, dressing cables (e.g., labeling & testing), and redlining design plan; - Coordinate with organizations responsible for MILCON inspection surveillance; - Create supporting documentation to include inspection reports using diagrams, checklists, Key Supporting Documents (KSD), and photographs using government provided format (CDRL A003); - Provide on-site support for the receipt, warehousing and delivery of equipment/materials in support of the installation of systems at project sites. Tasking include, but is not limited to, (a) uncrating incoming project equipment, (b) conducting visual material condition inspections, (c) documenting any damages to equipment, (d) maintaining a log of received and issued material; (e) notifying the sender and/or recipient of shipment; and (d) storing incoming project integration shipments in appropriate locations in NIWC Buildings 1657F Guam; - Maintain an active project material inventory and update as equipment is received, shipped, or moved. Prepare documents, such as work orders, bills of lading, requisition and invoice/shipping documents, DD-1149, DD-1348, and shipping orders to route materials. - Provide pre-installation and test checkout (PITCO) reports, as required, for IT Systems of specified MILCON projects; - Deliver or route material(s) to project locations. Tasking includes, but is not limited to, the use of Government-provided work devices (e.g., vehicles, hand trucks, moving carts, dollies, and forklifts). Operators of forklifts must possess a Material Handling Equipment (MHE) license, and documentation stating (a) specific type of MHE training completed and (b) that the operator is medically qualified. The operator’s license and letter must be provided to the COR for approval prior to operating MHE.
ID
2023-6568
Location
GU-
Security Clearance
Secret
- Act as a liaison between GCM Program Management Team, Project Engineers, NIWC, DPRI, and NAVWAR Code 4.1.2 to coordinate events such as MILCON reviews, meetings, and briefs to support GCM (Shore Installation Process Handbook) processes and deliverables. The contractor shall schedule, reserve spaces, coordinate the use audio/video equipment, and coordinate SIPH MILCON reviews and meetings as directed; - Reproduce, file, and maintain technical documents (original & copies), as required, to support meetings, briefings and Government deliverables; - Manage program/project folders, files, and documents on the GCM Navy Flank Speed SharePoint site and the government’s share drive, as required; - Maintain current documents that support program effectiveness and organization (e.g., program/project meeting battle/rhythm, program organizational charts, recall rosters, and musters, and leave calendar; - Assist or generate briefing materials in MS PowerPoint, as required; - Attend and record minutes for reviews, meetings, and briefs as required (CDRL A005); - Assist in Program/MILCON peer review and tech-writing, as required, to include identifying and fixing errors in content, and formatting GCM documents and plans for purposes of ensuring consistency of GCM documentation; and - Perform peer reviews in accordance with GCM Quality Assurance (QA) Management Plan, as required.
ID
2023-6557
Location
US-HI-Honoulu
Security Clearance
Secret
- Manage program folders, files, and documents on the government’s share drive and MS SharePoint site; - Reproduce, file, and maintain technical documents (original & copies), as required, to support meetings, briefings, and Government deliverables; - Maintain current documents that support program effectiveness and organization (e.g., program meeting battle rhythm, program organizational charts, recall rosters and musters, and leave calendar; - Generate briefing materials in MS PowerPoint, as required; - Attend and record minutes for meetings with program personnel & stakeholders (CDRL A005); - Liaison with DPRI Office Manager, and arrange meeting between DPRA and C4/IT Execution Agent(s); and - Assist in technical writing support.
ID
2023-6556
Location
US-HI-Honoulu
Security Clearance
Secret
Supporting the United States Coast Guard (USCG) Software Factory Implementation & Sustainment CG-6 Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber and Intelligence (C5I), this is a key funded position as part of a strong Agile/DevSecOps team supporting requirements remotely out of the Washington D.C. area.   SUMMARY DESCRIPTION: The DevSecOps Engineer, Senior Team Lead (CI/CD) will accomplish the following action items on an Agile/DevSecOps team:   - Develop, maintain, and train team on CI/CD principles – with the goal of maximizing the automation of processes. - Develop and maintain pipeline configurations. - Maintain CI/CD tools/platforms. - Create and work with CI/CD pipelines and the associated teams – to include script development for automation - Develop and successfully delivering cloud-based solutions (especially AWS). - Must be able to work with minimal supervision and possess excellent written and verbal communication skills - Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
ID
2023-6552
Location
US-DC-Washington D.C.
Security Clearance
Clearable
The Lead Auditor supports the United States Coast Guard (USCG)'s Aviation Logistics Center (ALC)'s Business Operations Division's (BOD). ALC-BOD's primary mission is to optimize value for the ALC by fostering sound business decisions.   Within the BOD mission is the task to drive the ALC's business decisions through strategic alliances, process planning, data analysis and compliance with international quality and environmental standards. The quality and environmental systems enable our organization to develop and implement policy, objectives, and processes that address and fulfill customer requirements while maintaining strict adherence to all legal requirements. This includes taking action to improve performance and demonstrate conformity of the ALC systems to the requirements of the international standards.   The Lead Auditor is responsible for assisting ALC with maintaining internationally recognized certifications such as AS9110, ISO 45001 (OHSAS 18001), ISO14001 and ISO9001. This is important to ensure ALC remains consistent in work practices and consistent with commercial industry: - Provide lead auditor support for current and/or proposed Business Systems certifications. - Plan, support and provide advisor/contributions in complex and critical efforts which include specific functional, technical, professional or policy areas of the project. - Conduct formal reviews, audits, assessments, and research on divisional technical documents, instructions, and processes based on a set of international standards to identify system gaps or opportunities for improvement. - Conduct follow-up audits on action plans developed by divisions that are required to prepare for certification to existing standards and those being sought. - Investigate or identify business, scientific, technology, engineering, operational, professional and/or policy issues; conduct analysis of these issues; and provide advice in support of major programs/projects. - Coordinate and complete internal audits in support of selected international certifications for the command. - Establish Corrective Action Reports (CAR) response deadlines, assign CAR's to responsible divisions, monitor and summarizes progress of the audits as needed by the Quality Management Representative. - Prepare reports for Division/Branch review and upper management regarding status of audits and projects. Perform a variety of tasks within the Business Performance Branch (BPB) including audits of the Aerospace (AS), - Occupational Health, Safety and Advisory Services (OHSAS) and Environmental (ISO) standards including all supportive documents.
ID
2023-6550
Location
US-NC-Elizabeth City
Security Clearance
Clearable
- Provide DPRI C4/IT technical guidance and program support for assigned MILCON & MAMIZU projects and programmatic planning at DPRI through to C4/IT installation; - Assist in creating, updating, and maintaining programmatic technical documentation; - Review product deliverables for technical accuracy and provide assessment to DPRI C4IT Program Manager; - Review and validate technical Requests for Information (RFI) and route to C4IT Planner, as required; - Assist the Program Technical Manager in developing Program strategies, objectives, and priorities to assist in the production of the Program Master Plan; - Assist in developing project execution efficiencies for the Program Master Plan; g. Assist in consolidating reporting and data; - Identify program deficiencies and provide recommended solutions and guidance; - Assist in developing MILCON planning documents, such as the Activity-Level DD Form 1391 MILCON Project Data and Basic Facility Requirement (BFR); - Assist Program Technical Manager in developing USMC Pacific Division (PD) mid-year review briefs and artifacts; - Update C4IT Typologies Package annually, or as required; - Participate in all DPRI and NAVFAC PAC led facility planning, design, and installation meetings/workshops. - Participate in C4/IT execution agent design reviews and milestones events to provide DPRI program-level validation.
ID
2023-6546
Location
US-HI-Honoulu
Security Clearance
Secret
- Provide DPRI C4/IT technical guidance and program support for assigned MILCON & MAMIZU projects and programmatic planning at DPRI through to C4/IT installation; - Assist in creating, updating, and maintaining programmatic technical documentation; - Review product deliverables for technical accuracy and provide assessment to DPRI C4IT Program Manager; - Review and validate technical Requests for Information (RFI) and route to C4IT Planner, as required; - Assist the Program Technical Manager in developing Program strategies, objectives, and priorities to assist in the production of the Program Master Plan; - Assist in developing project execution efficiencies for the Program Master Plan; g. Assist in consolidating reporting and data; - Identify program deficiencies and provide recommended solutions and guidance; - Assist in developing MILCON planning documents, such as the Activity-Level DD Form 1391 MILCON Project Data and Basic Facility Requirement (BFR); - Assist Program Technical Manager in developing USMC Pacific Division (PD) mid-year review briefs and artifacts; - Update C4IT Typologies Package annually, or as required; - Participate in all DPRI and NAVFAC PAC led facility planning, design, and installation meetings/workshops. - Participate in C4/IT execution agent design reviews and milestones events to provide DPRI program-level validation.
ID
2023-6545
Location
US-HI-Honoulu
Security Clearance
Secret
- Assess and provide recommendations related to effectiveness, standardization, systems solutions, engineering efficiencies, enterprise network solutions, and design and technical solutions based on Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) technology (specifically Lenel and Vindicator Electronic Security systems (ESS)); - Create, update, and maintain work products for ESS to include ESS System Design, IDP, Integrated Logistics Support Plan (ILSP), and Platform System Operational Verification Test (SOVT) for various MILCON Projects (CDRL A003); - Perform C4ISR engineering drafting, drawing reviews, drawing control, and related services required in the design of electronic/communications equipment, systems and installations. Drawings shall be prepared in digital format using AUTOCAD software in accordance with Appendix Q1 of the NIWC SIPH v4.1; - Assist in integration support to include configuration and test of Lenel and Vindicator systems, as required; - Provide input to Government for bill of materials (BOM) and cost estimates for various MILCON Projects; and - Provide SOVT test results to Indo-Pac Technical Point of Contact (TPOC) in SOVT format.
ID
2023-6543
Location
US-
Secondary Location
US-HI-Honoulu
Security Clearance
Secret
- Provide DPRI C4/IT technical guidance and program support for assigned MILCON & MAMIZU projects and programmatic planning at DPRI through to C4/IT installation; - Assist in creating, updating, and maintaining programmatic technical documentation; - Review product deliverables for technical accuracy and provide assessment to DPRI C4IT Program Manager; - Review and validate technical Requests for Information (RFI) and route to C4IT Planner, as required; - Assist the Program Technical Manager in developing Program strategies, objectives, and priorities to assist in the production of the Program Master Plan; - Assist in developing project execution efficiencies for the Program Master Plan; g. Assist in consolidating reporting and data; - Identify program deficiencies and provide recommended solutions and guidance; - Assist in developing MILCON planning documents, such as the Activity-Level DD Form 1391 MILCON Project Data and Basic Facility Requirement (BFR); - Assist Program Technical Manager in developing USMC Pacific Division (PD) mid-year review briefs and artifacts; - Update C4IT Typologies Package annually, or as required; - Participate in all DPRI and NAVFAC PAC led facility planning, design, and installation meetings/workshops. - Participate in C4/IT execution agent design reviews and milestones events to provide DPRI program-level validation.
ID
2023-6541
Location
US-HI-Honoulu
Security Clearance
Secret
- Assess and provide recommendations related to effectiveness, standardization, systems solutions, engineering efficiencies, enterprise network solutions, and design and technical solutions based on Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) technology (specifically Lenel and Vindicator Electronic Security systems (ESS)); - Create, update, and maintain work products for ESS to include ESS System Design, IDP, Integrated Logistics Support Plan (ILSP), and Platform System Operational Verification Test (SOVT) for various MILCON Projects (CDRL A003); - Perform C4ISR engineering drafting, drawing reviews, drawing control, and related services required in the design of electronic/communications equipment, systems and installations. Drawings shall be prepared in digital format using AUTOCAD software in accordance with Appendix Q1 of the NIWC SIPH v4.1; - Assist in integration support to include configuration and test of Lenel and Vindicator systems, as required; - Provide input to Government for bill of materials (BOM) and cost estimates for various MILCON Projects; and - Provide SOVT test results to Indo-Pac Technical Point of Contact (TPOC) in SOVT format.
ID
2023-6540
Location
GU-
Security Clearance
Secret
As a Master Scheduler supporting the Army at Camp Smith, HI you will be part of a team that accomplishes the following: - Collect project-scheduling artifacts for Guam, Tinian, Darwin, and MCBH projects for use in creating a consolidated program-level C4/IT Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) - Develop & maintain a program-level C4/IT IMS in MS Project that includes all annual/fiscal, administrative, program, and project battle rhythm events, schedules, processes, and milestones for Guam, Tinian, Darwin, and MCBH projects in accordance with DPRI and Indo-Pac direction. - Use industry standard practices and schedule analytical/program risk tools to assemble data, determine logic framework, and develop the structure of the IMS such that: - (a) it is manageable and sustainable within the evolving environment of the program and - (b) analyzes, integrates and formats cost/schedule information. T - Use scheduling software that is compatible with Microsoft’s Project Server application, version 2016 or higher - Update and submit schedules weekly (CDRL A008) - Create and maintain high-visibility, operations-level timeline from the Program IMS with discrete milestones, events, and activities, as defined by the C4/IT Program Manager (CDRL A008) - Perform Critical Path Analyses to identify dependencies, gaps, and schedule risks within the IMSs to: - (a) assist in the definition, articulation, and workable solutions to problems and - (b) to communicate issues and resolutions to program management. - Collect and integrate multiple processes. - Lead working groups to develop solutions to schedule deficiencies - Interact with and provide direct support to Project Liaisons and Program Management - Prepare timelines and scheduling data (30/60/90 day look-ahead) metrics and explanations of data in support of the program management team - Assist the Government in providing Quality Assurance (QA) assessment on project scheduling artifacts to ensure compliance by C4/IT executing agents
ID
2023-6539
Location
US-HI-Honoulu
Security Clearance
Secret
- Enter data into SPIDER and maintain proficiency with the current government suite of tools as functionality is changed or added during performance of the task order; - Update and maintain SPIDER MILCON Tracking Number (TN) data for all Program/MILCON projects, as required, in accordance with SIPH v4.1; - Monitor and remain current on project/program details that impact SPIDER data. Coordinate with Project Engineers to maintain Plan of Actions & Milestones (POA&M) deliverables within SPIDER to progress to the final installation phases, and brief shortfalls or shifts (rt/lft) to NIWC GCM PM for purposes of ensuring installation plan(s) are executable; - Support the preparation and maintenance of documents as required per the SIPH and Fleet Readiness Certification Board (FRCB); - Maintain working knowledge of documents, directives, and instructions that govern MILCON processes, and provide recommendations for changes and/or improvements; - Support the Program in responding to information requests and data calls, to include preparing clear and accurate reports, as required; - Assist in Program/MILCON peer review and tech-writing, as required, to include identifying and fixing error in content, and formatting GCM documents for purposes of ensuring consistency of GCM documentation; - Perform peer reviews in accordance with GCM QA Management Plan that produces documentation that is consistent in format, organization, and content, and comply with SIPH and program plans
ID
2023-6538
Location
US-HI-Honoulu
Security Clearance
Secret
Working with an enterprise network architecture and engineering team supporting our Federal customer, the Cloud Architect interfaces with customers to determine technical requirements, feasibility and expectations and strategizes with the client to develop solutions based on a variety of criteria including a clear description of services, functionality, scalability, future proofing, and cost. The Cloud Architect is responsible for designing cloud-based solutions using cloud computing architectural procedures that typically consists of a front-end platform, back-end platforms, cloud-based delivery, and a network.     Responsible for the support of the development of the Technical Requirements Document and a Detailed Design Document (DDD) for the Cloud Connectivity Architecture, consistent with the associated Functional Requirements Document and DDD, before transitioning to Operations. Responsibility includes designing and communicating compelling solutions that urge prospects to take the desired action and implementing cloud computing architecture solutions that address cloud security and compliance fundamentals, deployment automation and elastic sizing of environments, and multi-tenant implications. Additionally, the Cloud Architect will manage the implementation of the cloud to ensure a successful deployment.   Position Roles and Responsibilities: - Experience building Secure Cloud Interconnect (SCI), Netbond, Direct Connect and VPN connections - Lead Migration from legacy on-prem networking to the Cloud Networking - Expert in one or more Cloud Infrastructure (IaaS) offerings and comfortable discussing solutions with clients - Design and implement multi-tier architecture solution that is highly available and fault tolerant using Cloud platform services - Design and implement effective cloud computing solutions that take into account an organization’s structure, communications, and operational business processes, including financial management and cost model implications - Manage the process of migrating and transition to a cloud environment - Analyze current workloads, migrate existing IT systems to the cloud, an configure new systems or services to enhance business operations - Programming and scripting experience in programming languages like C#, Python, Java, or JavaScript - Must be able to work with minimal supervision and possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
ID
2023-6537
Location
US-VA-Springfield
Security Clearance
CBP Suitability
Sev1Tech, LLC. is seeking a Change Manager with experience in enterprise-wide technology refresh projects supporting end-user workstations, laptops, and Active Directory accounts.  This is a hybrid on-site/remote role supporting one of our premiere customers in the Westminster, CO area.  The ideal candidate will possess a background in technology, experience creating concise communication plans for user roll-out, curating work instructions for new migration workflows, taking point on needs assessments, onboarding preparation sessions, and post user migration follow-up.  Additionally, we are seeking a candidate with superior customer service skills, someone who is team-oriented and one who has a proven history of successful Change Management rollout projects.   What You'll Do: - Lead and assist with the development, implementation, and execution of migration strategies, communications, and analysis of organization and team requirements throughout the lifecycle of the migration. - Be the single point of contact for all front-facing communication, coordination, and educational activities related to the migration process. - Lead and support processes related to needs assessments, analysis of job-family impacts, risk analysis planning, change-champion engagement, training, and support channel monitoring. - Assist and advise on all pre-migration planning efforts from a change management perspective, ensuring sound change management principles are incorporated into all phases of the planning process. - Create and maintain a communication strategy and plan. - Generate, distribute, and manage all group and individual migration related communications. Individual communications include schedule confirmations, reschedule and migration wave changes, and equipment confirmations in advance of the end-user’s tentative migration date. - Plan and conduct manager and/or team specific kickoffs, workflow analysis, deep dives, pre-migration preparation, post-migration feedback, and ad-hoc meetings as required or at the direction of the Project Manager. - Manage the Change Champion program. Act as the primary point of contact for all organizational and team migration Change Champions. Ensure an effective program through the development of educational products and regular engagement with advocates. - Maintain, update, and generate end-user informational products to include job aids, “how-to-guides" and SharePoint bulletins. - Lead and support process improvement activities and events at the direction of the Project Manager. - Perform other duties as necessary   Salary Range: $85,000 – $110,000 DOE
ID
2023-6534
Location
US-CO-Denver
Security Clearance
Clearable
The selected candidate serves as a subject matter experts as determined by documented individual experience in the following areas: Military Intelligence (All Source Intelligence, Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), Counterintelligence (CI), Human Intelligence (HUMINT)), Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT), DCGS-A system architecture, intelligence system operations, intelligence analysis, Intelligence Electronic Warfare (IEW) maintenance, and/or intelligence tactics, techniques and procedures. Trainers shall meet TRADOC instructor standards IAW AR 350-1, and at a minimum have completed the Common Faculty Development – Instructor Course (CFD-IC) or other equivalent instructor certification. The DCGS-A Maintenance Training Team members shall possess verifiable operations or training experience in Military Intelligence as either an officer, noncommissioned officer, Government civilian, or contractor. The DCGS-A Maintenance Training Team members shall be a fully qualified Trainer (as outlined above) plus maintenance trainers shall possess experience in configuring/administering and training DCGS-A FoS hardware and software in classroom and field environments.  Maintainer Trainers shall be capable of instructing the IFS, IFS-N &TGS Maintainer Courses as well as the CDSS Maintainer & Operator Course.  The DCGS-A Maintenance Training Team members shall be Information Assurance Technologist Level II certified IAW DoDI 8570.1. The DCGS-A Maintenance Training Team shall be experienced in the execution of Maintenance Training events. Maintenance Trainers shall possess a TS/SCI security and successfully pass a CI polygraph examination and maintain NSANet Privileged Access (PRIVAC)." - Develops and presents various types of training (NET, Delta, refresher, over-the-shoulder) - Functions as Military Intelligence (MI) Systems Training Subject Matter Expert, training material developer and trainer. - May travel up to 50% of the time annually. Travel may include hostile fire zones. - Provides guidance and direction to less experienced trainers utilizing strong technical and training skills. - Serves as a DCGS-A Maintainer NET or Training Support event Mission Lead, when assigned. - Provides presentations and briefings to senior leaders as required. - May perform other duties as assigned.
ID
2023-6533
Location
US-TX-Ft. Hood
Security Clearance
TS/SCI
Supporting the Space Warfighting Analysis Center’s (SWAC) Force Design Integration Office (FDIO) in Washington, DC, with anticipated travel in support of the SWAC’s priorities to create the Chief of Space Operations Force Design, the Force Design Data Transportation SME will identify the integrated suite of capabilities to fulfill the United States Space Force (USSF) imperatives to preserve the United States’ freedom of action in space; enable joint force lethality and effectiveness; and provide independent options in, from, and to space.    As the Force Design Data Transportation SME will support USSF decisions for resourcing, policy development, and operational planning, the Data Transport SME will accomplish the following actions: - Coordinate Force Design recommendations and translate them into system level performance parameters and assist with documenting and advocating for recommended requirements through validation processes for the Service, Joint Forces, and acquisition organizations. - Assist in sufficiency and effectiveness requirements reviews of integrated families-of-systems in order to identify gaps and interdependencies between the systems - Develop the USSF’s integrated Blue Order of Battle for data transport (includes C2, frequency, data management, etc expertise), understand the technical aspects & joint interrelationships of it - Integrate the SWAC’s Centers of Excellence designs with the data transport layer to create overarching Force Design products at multiple classification levels. - Support innovative ways to leverage new technologies, latest technical trends and commercial best practices to employ space capabilities in support of the joint warfighting community - Recommend, document, and maintain SWAC-derived recommended requirements - Act as SWAC’s primary interface with CSRO and SSC to articulate SWAC-recommended requirements for data transportation - Recommend investment priorities and inform S&T investment activities - Capture and recommend force design dependencies and opportunities (commercial, civil, joint, intelligence community, international and other government organizations) - Capture enterprise-level requirements - Ensures requirements of the force design fulfill joint requirements and warfighting scenarios - Interface with Service and Joint Staff and USSF Field Commands on behalf of SWAC - Create and communicate the Chief of Space Operations’ strategic-level Force Design - Support or lead high-visibility efforts - Responsible for running all aspects of the force design conference, from coordination, to creating products, as well as the execution (nominally 2-3 per year)
ID
2022-6532
Location
US-VA-Pentagon
Secondary Location
US-CO-Denver
Security Clearance
TS/SCI
Supporting the Department of the Army initiative on property accountability and the command supply discipline program at Camp Afrijan Kuwait, the Supply Support Technical will be responsibile for the following:   - Support the Government in maintaining accountability by establishing an audit trail for all supplies and materials, as well as other associated items received until issued to the gaining activity. - Use the Army Electronic Product System (AEPS), Department of Defense Electronic Mall (DoD E- MALL), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Customer Resources Requisitioning, and the Army supply system to order materials and parts. The Subcontractor shall ensure that all supply requests are transmitted through the current STAMIS system of record (PBUSE/GCSS-A) to the governing Supply Support Activity (SSA). The Subcontractor will not process any OFFLINE requisitions without written approval of the - Designated Unit’s Property Book Officer. Purchase requests shall be processed. ensuring that the documentation is correct, verify serial numbers, NSN, Line Item Numbers (LIN), and Nomenclature prior to issuing equipment to the gaining activity. The Subcontractor shall ensure that a copy of the transaction is placed in the container prior to shipping and verify the ship to information. The Subcontractor shall verify the Department of Defense Activity Address Code (DODAAC), Unit Identification Code (UIC), and Recipients address. - Track transportation shipments in both the Army and commercial pipeline (i.e., Government Bill of Lading, FEDEX, etc.) and recommend to the Government on actions to expedite delivery when required or to resolve shipment discrepancies. The Subcontractor shall ensure that only authorized personnel sign for the unit’s property. The Subcontractor shall verify that individuals signing for property are on the Delegation of Authority Card. - Support the Battalion PBO in maintaining the Signal Battalions’ property books using the current STAMIS system of record (PBUSE/GCSS-A). The Subcontractor shall ensure that daily reconciliations are performed against the Commander’s hand receipt and ensure that no assets are left on the Commanders hand receipt. The Subcontractor shall ensure that all supporting documents as it pertains to the Commanders hand receipt is filed IAW with ARIMS. - File documents and ensure that all suspense’s are met in a timely manner  - Ensure all documentation are prepared IAW regulatory policies and SOP’s to account for expendable and nonexpendable at the Property Book Officer level durable, consumable and non-expendable supplies and equipment. - Support the Government with physical inventories to ensure that all hand receipts are maintained IAW regulatory guidance. - Ensure that monthly reconciliations are performed with the SSA and copies maintained - Support the PBO to ensure that all property on the Commander’s hand receipt is sub hand receipted. - Ensure that the Government is provided with a copy of the Unit Readiness List by the second day of the month. - Support the PBO in maintaining a current and valid listing of Authorized LINS which are not required to be reported through the Net-centric Army Unit Status Report (NetUSR) System (as issued through ALARACT messages) and which is coded as "Exception". - Ensure that high priority requests are approved by the Government prior to processing. - Ensure that delegation of authority cards are prepared accurately and submitted to supporting agencies for approval and filed. - Support the Government to ensure that all property is accounted for IAW with regulatory guidance. - Provide recommendations and support to investigating official investigating officers and or customers as it pertains to filing out DD 200 FLIPL. - At all times refer to AR 735-5 and local policies during FLIPL. - Work with the command on the timelines as it pertains to FLIPLs. - Maintain and establish files/supporting documents IAW ARIMS. - Support the Government identification/location of items being inventoried for the cyclic inventory. - Ensure that a Sensitive items roster is maintained and adhered to. Subcontractors shall brief personnel conducting the Sensitive items inventory. Subcontractors shall ensure that all inventories are filed IAW with ARMIS. - Ensure that all CCI is secured using Double Lock method. - Support the Government in Maintaining key control and content inventory for all containers. - Ensure that Load Plans are updated and placed on all containers and storage areas. - Under the guidance of PBO, the Subcontractor shall ensure that all Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) equipment are assigned a Nonstandard Line Item Number (NSLIN) from SSN-LIN Automated Management and Integrating System (SLAMIS) prior to placing property on the Property book with SLAMIS requests for all COTS equipment. - Support the PBO in preparing for Change of Command Inventories. The Subcontractor shall ensure that both Commanders are provided with copies of documents. - Process paperwork and turn equipment into Defense Reutilization Management Office (DRMO) and the SSA. - Handle and ship Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) material as required in conjunction with the transportation specialist. - Ensure that all HAZMAT material or equipment identified and IAW regulatory guidance and policies - Ensure that absentee baggage room is clearly identified, secured and kept clear of Non- Absentee items. - Ensure that AB is maintained IAW applicable regulations and local SOP is maintained. - Ensure that Soldier readiness files are maintained.
ID
2022-6531
Location
KW-Camp Afrijan
Security Clearance
Secret

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