Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.

Requirements Analyst

Job Locations US-DC-District of Columbia
ID
2020-4829
Category
Program Analysis
Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

The SPA Defense Strategy and Policy Team within the Strategic Systems Analysis Group (SSAG) advises and provides analysis to senior Department of Defense customers on a wide range of national security issues including; the development of defense strategy concepts, deterrence related policy and strategy products, and advanced operating concepts. The team has broad expertise working at the most senior levels of government, and specializes in integrating complex and crosscutting issues for senior decision makers.

Responsibilities

Provide requirements and assessment analysis support to HQDA, G-8 Force Development efforts to establish the proper resources to transform and modernize the Army while ensuring it remains a strategically responsive and dominant force. Develop plans and recommendations based on studies and analysis of warfighting capability requirements, force modernization, rapid acquisition/rapid equipping, Army studies and analyses, Army experimentation, test and evaluation, and science and technology. Provide analysis and develop recommendations to improve or refine the requirements determination process, and other processes affecting the delivery of materiel capabilities in order to synchronize and integrate competing requirements. Provide analysis and recommendations to support the validation and approval of future materiel requirements, to include AROC validation of Army JCIDS documents such as ICD, CDD, CPS. Develop and present briefings, papers, and demonstrations of analytic results to support decision-making.

Qualifications

Required

  • Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration, Management, Economics, Math, Science, Engineering, History or English.
  • 8 years of force development experience supporting HQDA, MACOMs, or Army Service Component Commands.
  • Experience with the Army AROC process and associated documents such as Capability Development Documents and  Initial Capabilities Documents
  • Familiarity with the CAMs Knowledge Management Systems (KMS).
  • Understanding of the Army’s Strategic Portfolio Analysis Review (SPAR) 
  • Secret clearance

Desired

  • Operations Research experience supporting the Department of Defense.
  • Experience conducting data analysis focused on program procurement, lifecycle, and maintenance cost tradeoffs.   
  • Experience with the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) specifically Analysis of Alternatives (AoAs) and Capability Based Assessments (CBAs).

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