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Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
Support resource programming cost-benefit analysis, forecasting, and financial analysis for Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Personnel, Manpower, and Training (PMT) (OPNAV N1) portfolio totaling ~$19.1B. Perform manpower costing, financial modeling, and capital and investment analysis and resource planning. Support customers in the maintenance of financial databases. Develop and employ analytical tools for evaluating the degree to which the client’s programs serve higher-level priorities and meet resourcing requirements. Work with program claimants to build a logical, defendable, guidance-compliant and risk adjusted annual program submission. Track multiple programs and issues and have frequent interaction with subordinate staffs and commands, members of the N1 staff and other OPNAV staff codes to provide cross-functional recommendations for resourcing decisions. Develop status reports, perform program risk assessments and use financial management tools. Develop and offer frequent revision of data displays, impact statements, briefing slides and justification papers, often on a short suspense time-line. Prepare and present executive level products as needed. Will be required to successfully complete courses on the Navy’s Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE) System, PBIS database, and Action Officer Training.
Category
Program Analysis
Security Clearance
Secret
Level
Entry-level
Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
The successful candidate will process labor corrections in Costpoint, reconcile labor each payroll cycle, responsible for registration and oversight of multi-state payroll compliance and filings, conduct monthly audits of benefit deductions, process quarterly disability benefits, monitor and maintain timesheet floor checks, prepare affiliated GL account reconciliations, back up semi-monthly labor, leave and payroll processing, assist with W-2 year-end function and new hire employee orientation. This individual will also perform other duties as assigned. #CJ #in123
Category
Accounting/Finance
Security Clearance
U.S. Citizenship
Level
Mid-level
Job Locations US-CA-El Segundo
The key duties of the Acquisition Management Support Analyst include but are not limited to the following:- Provide management, direction, administration, and quality assurance support of the execution of this Task Order;- Responsible for supporting quality and efficiency of the Task Order to include both technical issues and business processes;- Be proactive in alerting the Government to potential contractual or programmatic issues and resource limitations;- Support the Program Executive Officer (PEO) Action Group (PAG) or Delta/Division Action Group (DAG); the former is responsible for projection and Directorate level coordination to include but not limited to, facilitating and/or coordinating Directorate level strategic briefings, messages (PA/Media), reports, analysis and special projects supporting the portfolio. The latter is responsible for Information Management to include but not limited to developing, facilitating, updating and/or coordinating Directorate level briefings, tasks, reports, media queries, public releases, and special projects that support the portfolio.
Category
Program Management
Security Clearance
Secret
Level
Senior
Job Locations US-CA-El Segundo
The key duties of the Contract Manager includes but is not limited to the following:- Provide management, direction, administration, and quality assurance support of the execution of this Task Order;- Be responsible for supporting quality and efficiency of the Task Order to include both technical issues and business processes;- Be proactive in alerting the Government to potential contractual or programmatic issues and resource limitations;Support the Program Executive Officer (PEO) Action Group (PAG), which is responsible for, projection and Directorate level coordination to include but not limited to, facilitating and/or coordinating Directorate level strategic briefings, messages (PA/Media), reports, analysis and special projects supporting the portfolio.
Category
Program Management
Security Clearance
Top Secret/ SCI
Level
Senior
Job Locations US-CA-El Segundo
The Senior Acquisition Management Analyst provides management, direction, administration, and quality assurance support of the execution of this Task Order. The Senior Acquisition Management Analyst is responsible for supporting quality and efficiency of the Task Order to include both technical issues and business processes. The successful candidate must be proactive in alerting the Government to potential contractual or programmatic issues and resource limitations. You will work on high-visibility or mission critical aspects of a given program and perform all functional duties independently.  In addition, you will oversee personnel in the same career field.  This position excels in advising, improvising, optimizing, and making thorough recommendations to Government Senior Leaders. Specifically, this position will support the Delta/Division Action Group (DAG), which is responsible for Information Management to include but not limited to, developing, facilitating, updating and/or coordinating Directorate level briefings, tasks, reports, media queries, public releases, and special projects that support the portfolio. 
Category
Program Management
Security Clearance
Secret
Level
Senior
Job Locations US-CO-Colorado Springs
The Program Acquisition Support Manager provides management, direction, administration, quality assurance support of the execution of this Task Order. - Support quality and efficiency of the Task Order to include both technical issues and business processes;- Be proactive in alerting the Government to potential contractual or programmatic issues and resource limitations;- Serve as a task Lead in providing strategic analysis and assessment during execution of programs within the portfolio- Support Source Selections efforts in development of solicitation documents to support Request for Proposal and Evaluation requirements, as needed;- Responsible for Information Management to include but not limited to developing, facilitating, updating, and/or coordinating 3-letter and 4-letter level organization briefings, tasks, reports, media queries, public releases, and special projects supporting the program.
Category
Program Management
Security Clearance
Secret
Level
Mid-level
Job Locations US-CA-El Segundo
The Logistics Manager provides support to all activities that will be involved in providing needed logistical support to include, but not limited to, integration of actions required of each activity into a comprehensive logistics plan in support of or to be incorporated into overall program plans.  Additional duties include but are not limited to the following:- Monitor progress toward meeting the logistics plan and identifying causes and impact of delays or other problems (varying degrees of responsibility for taking actions to prevent or overcome such problems may also be included); - Adjust plans and schedules for all related actions as required by delays or changes to logistics requirements; - Evaluate plans for and provision of logistical support for feasibility, efficiency, and economy, and to develop alternatives when required.
Category
Program Management
Security Clearance
Secret
Level
Mid-level
Job Locations US-CA-El Segundo
The Government Acquisition Manager provides management, direction, administration, and quality assurance support of the execution of this Task Order. The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting quality and efficiency of the Task Order, to include both technical issues and business processes. You must be proactive in alerting the Government to potential contractual or programmatic issues and resource limitations.   
Category
Program Management
Security Clearance
Top Secret
Level
Senior
Job Locations US-DC
We are seeking a motivated Systems Engineer to provide Systems Engineering support to the U.S. Navy Program Executive Office, Integrated Warfare Systems (PEO IWS), Above Water Sensors and Lasers (IWS 2.0) programs.  You will provide Systems Engineering (SE) support for the Advanced Offboard Electronic Warfare (AOEW) decoys product line directly reporting to the AOEW Assistant Program Manager. You will provide support in the execution of implementing SE management practices including holding requirements Technical Review Boards, planning and oversight of installations including subsystem testing and certification, and developing tactics for ships, helicopters, and system mission plans for utilizing AOEW decoys. You will provide technical rigor in support of SE processes, including planning, execution and closure of System Engineering Technical Reviews (SETR), overseeing Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) implementation, Risk Management, Requirements Management, and assist with Local Configuration Control Boards (LCCB) preparation, coordination, and execution as necessary. Additional responsibilities include supporting planned and emergent production tasking, coordination and participation in SE community and programmatic meetings, plan and coordinate ship integration efforts for the product line, and support Test and Evaluation to Developmental Testing planning and execution. You will join a high performing team and be expected to develop a strong understanding of DoD, Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command and PEO IWS instructions and processes (e.g., DoD 5000). We don’t expect you to come in with any expertise but we do expect you to consistently demonstrate strong attributes to quickly build competencies and provide the highest quality products and services to support the APM for SE. We look for traits such as how you solve problems when you’re stuck. Are you a self-starter and willing to learn? Do you look for creative ways to find solutions? Do you seek out references and teach yourself how to do something new? Do you collaborate with your colleagues? If you take initiatives like these, you would fit in well with our high performing team. A hybrid work environment is allowed, but you must have the ability to regularly work on-site in DC (2-3 times per week) and travel up to 10% of the time.
Category
Systems Engineering: Models and Simulation
Security Clearance
Secret
Level
Mid-level
Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
CSSO’s responsibilities will include assisting the Security Manager with the following:- Ensure the implementation of security measures in accordance with the Intelligence Community Directives (ICDs),DoDM 5105.21, Volume 1 and other guiding government regulations, and local SPA procedures.- Ensure classified information is properly marked, stored, and transmitted and destroyed.- Conduct periodic self-inspections and security incident investigations; document results and corrective actions taken.- Prepare documentation to request Sensitive Compartment Information/Special Access Program (SCI/SAP) accesses for research and security staff and maintain access records.- Perform SCI/SAP/SAR briefings/debriefings and annual refresher training and document completion or non-compliance.- Control access to the cleared facility through oversight of physical security systems including the secure facility’s access control systems and employee badging.
Category
Security
Security Clearance
Top Secret/ SCI
Level
Mid-level
Job Locations US-VA-Ft. Belvoir
Your role will include:  1) Providing analytic support related to Use Control, 2) Providing support preparing and conducting symposia, workshops, and conferences, 3) Providing technical and administrative support for Use Control studies, evaluations & inspections, 4) Updating and revising Use Control directives, plans, and other authoritative documents, 5) Providing technical expertise to support the Lead Use Control Project Officer and to the Controlling Authority (CONAUTH) for Permissive Action Link (PAL) logistics codes/key materials, 6) Performing surveys, assessments, and other related duties in support of the controlling authority responsibility, 7) Providing analytic support evaluating unsatisfactory reports and technical publications, 8) Analyzing and coordinating logistics codes/key requirementsProviding support drafting logistics codes/key orders, 9) Updating and revising associated technical publications and checklists in support of CONAUTH responsibilities, 10) Providing analytic support evaluating waivers and potential compromises involving logistics codes/key materials and recommending corrective actions, and 11) Performing periodic assessments and other related duties.
Category
Program Analysis
Security Clearance
Top Secret/ SCI
Level
Senior
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
We have an immediate need for a Case Manager to support the Assistant Secretary of Defense (ASD) for Industrial Base Policy on The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS). CFIUS is an interagency committee authorized to review certain transactions involving foreign investment in the United States and certain real estate transactions by foreign persons, in order to determine the effect of such transactions on the national security of the United States. The candidate will:- Review CFIUS filings, to include documentation relating to mergers and stock purchase agreements, corporate ownership structures, and USG contracting information.- Conduct due diligence and fact-finding research with DoD stakeholders to assess risk arising from foreign direct investment and the implications relative to DoD’s security interests; defense industrial base supply chain, dual-use technology transfer, personal data and cybersecurity.- Perform analysis on available CFIUS documentation, DoD subject-matter expert assessments, and classified finished intelligence.- Author risk-based assessments regarding certain foreign investments and advise the CFIUS Mitigation team with recommendations.- Produce case summaries, talking points, and action memorandum for senior DoD leaders, up to the Deputy Secretary of Defense, on a daily basis.- This position is fully onsite at the Mark Center in Alexandria, VA.
Category
Policy Analysis
Security Clearance
Top Secret/ SCI
Level
Mid-level
Job Locations US
SPA’s Space and Intelligence Division provides multiple organizations within the United States Space Force and Intelligence Community with timely and objective assessments and recommendations that integrate technical, operational, programmatic, policy and business analysis. We focus on key clients in the space community including the US Space Force’s Space Systems Command (USSF/SSC), one of the three designated Field Commands under the space service branch. We work to provide integrated solutions based on information and communications throughout the chain of command to ensure clear and consistent analysis and recommendations that are aligned to strategic and leadership goals while still being executable by the working level technical communities. The Junior Scheduling Operations Research Analystprovides the Government with the ability to develop, maintain, and update implementation guides, and standardized processes, and assist Government in developing, updating SSC policies/instructions IAW latest directives and guidance in area of Scheduling. In addition, this position requires the analysis and documentation of Program Contractor official EVM and other applicable technical data reports for compliance with the applicable EVMS directives and guidance (e.g. DIDs, Standards, policies, regulations) in area of Scheduling. Lastly, this position requires the analysis and documentation of Program Contractor cost, schedule and risk analysis including Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB) variances, trends, and IMS metrics to perform performance and predictability analysis.                                                                                                     
Category
Accounting/Finance
Security Clearance
Secret
Level
Entry-level
Job Locations US
SPA’s Space and Intelligence Division provides multiple organizations within the United States Space Force and Intelligence Community with timely and objective assessments and recommendations that integrate technical, operational, programmatic, policy and business analysis. We focus on key clients in the space community including the US Space Force’s Space Systems Command (USSF/SSC), one of the three designated Field Commands under the space service branch. We work to provide integrated solutions based on information and communications throughout the chain of command to ensure clear and consistent analysis and recommendations that are aligned to strategic and leadership goals while still being executable by the working level technical communities. The Mid-Level Scheduling Operations Research Analystprovides the Government with the ability to develop, maintain, and update implementation guides, and standardized processes, and assist Government in developing, updating SSC policies/instructions IAW latest directives and guidance in area of Scheduling. In addition, this position requires the analysis and documentation of Program Contractor official EVM and other applicable technical data reports for compliance with the applicable EVMS directives and guidance (e.g. DIDs, Standards, policies, regulations) in area of Scheduling. Lastly, this position requires the analysis and documentation of Program Contractor cost, schedule, and risk analysis including Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB) variances, trends, and IMS metrics to perform performance and predictability analysis.                                                                                                     
Category
Accounting/Finance
Security Clearance
Secret
Level
Mid-level
Job Locations US
SPA’s Space and Intelligence Division provides multiple organizations within the United States Space Force and Intelligence Community with timely and objective assessments and recommendations that integrate technical, operational, programmatic, policy and business analysis. We focus on key clients in the space community including the US Space Force’s Space Systems Command (USSF/SSC), one of the three designated Field Commands under the space service branch. We work to provide integrated solutions based on information and communications throughout the chain of command to ensure clear and consistent analysis and recommendations that are aligned to strategic and leadership goals while still being executable by the working level technical communities. The Senior Scheduling Operations Research Analystprovides the Government with the ability to develop, maintain, and update implementation guides and standardized processes, and assist Government in developing, updating SSC policies/instructions IAW latest directives and guidance in area of Scheduling. In addition, this position requires the analysis and documentation of Program Contractor official EVM and other applicable technical data reports for compliance with the applicable EVMS directives and guidance (e.g. DIDs, Standards, policies, regulations) in area of Scheduling. Lastly, this position requires the analysis and documentation of Program Contractor cost, schedule, and risk analysis including Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB) variances, trends, and IMS metrics to perform performance and predictability analysis.                                                                                                     
Category
Accounting/Finance
Security Clearance
Secret
Level
Senior
Job Locations US
SPA’s Space and Intelligence Division provides multiple organizations within the United States Space Force and Intelligence Community with timely and objective assessments and recommendations that integrate technical, operational, programmatic, policy and business analysis. We focus on key clients in the space community including the US Space Force’s Space Systems Command (USSF/SSC), one of the three designated Field Commands under the space service branch. We work to provide integrated solutions based on information and communications throughout the chain of command to ensure clear and consistent analysis and recommendations that are aligned to strategic and leadership goals while still being executable by the working level technical communities. The Scheduling Operations Research Analyst SME provides the Government with the ability to develop, maintain, and update implementation guides, and standardized processes, and assist Government in developing, updating SSC policies/instructions IAW latest directives and guidance in area of Scheduling. In addition, this position requires the analysis and documentation of Program Contractor official EVM and other applicable technical data reports for compliance with the applicable EVMS directives and guidance (e.g. DIDs, Standards, policies, regulations) in area of Scheduling. Lastly, this position requires the analysis and documentation of Program Contractor cost, schedule, and risk analysis including Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB) variances, trends, and IMS metrics to perform performance and predictability analysis.                                                                                                     
Category
Accounting/Finance
Security Clearance
Secret
Level
Senior
Job Locations US
SPA’s Space and Intelligence Division provides multiple organizations within the United States Space Force and Intelligence Community with timely and objective assessments and recommendations that integrate technical, operational, programmatic, policy and business analysis. We focus on key clients in the space community including the US Space Force’s Space Systems Command (USSF/SSC), one of the three designated Field Commands under the space service branch. We work to provide integrated solutions based on information and communications throughout the chain of command to ensure clear and consistent analysis and recommendations that are aligned to strategic and leadership goals while still being executable by the working level technical communities. The Earned Value Management Operations Research Analyst provides the Government with the ability to develop, maintain, and update implementation guides, and standardized processes, and assist the Government in developing, updating SSC policies/instructions IAW latest regulations (FAR/DFARs) and directives in area of EVMS. In addition, this position requires the analysis and documentation of Program Contractor official EVM and other applicable technical data reports for compliance with the applicable EVMS directives and guidance (e.g. DIDs, Standards, policies, regulations). Lastly, this position requires the analysis and documentation of Program Contractor cost, schedule, and risk analysis including Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB) variances, trends, EVM metrics to perform performance and predictability analysis.                                                                                                        
Category
Accounting/Finance
Security Clearance
Secret
Level
Mid-level
Job Locations US
SPA’s Space and Intelligence Division provides multiple organizations within the United States Space Force and Intelligence Community with timely and objective assessments and recommendations that integrate technical, operational, programmatic, policy and business analysis. We focus on key clients in the space community including the US Space Force’s Space Systems Command (USSF/SSC), one of the three designated Field Commands under the space service branch. We work to provide integrated solutions based on information and communications throughout the chain of command to ensure clear and consistent analysis and recommendations that are aligned to strategic and leadership goals while still being executable by the working level technical communities. The Senior Earned Value Management Operations Research Analyst provides the Government with the ability to develop, maintain, and update implementation guides, and standardized processes, and assist the Government in developing, updating SSC policies/instructions IAW latest regulations (FAR/DFARs) and directives in area of EVMS. In addition, this position requires the analysis and documentation of Program Contractor official EVM and other applicable technical data reports for compliance with the applicable EVMS directives and guidance (e.g. DIDs, Standards, policies, regulations). Lastly, this position requires the analysis and documentation of Program Contractor cost, schedule, and risk analysis including Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB) variances, trends, EVM metrics to perform performance and predictability analysis.                                                                                                        
Category
Accounting/Finance
Security Clearance
Secret
Level
Senior
Job Locations US
SPA’s Space and Intelligence Division provides multiple organizations within the United States Space Force and Intelligence Community with timely and objective assessments and recommendations that integrate technical, operational, programmatic, policy and business analysis. We focus on key clients in the space community including the US Space Force’s Space Systems Command (USSF/SSC), one of the three designated Field Commands under the space service branch. We work to provide integrated solutions based on information and communications throughout the chain of command to ensure clear and consistent analysis and recommendations that are aligned to strategic and leadership goals while still being executable by the working level technical communities. The key duties for the SME Earned Value Management Operations Research Analyst includes:- Provide the Government with the ability to develop, maintain, and update implementation guides, and standardized processes, and assist the Government in developing, updating SSC policies/instructions IAW latest regulations (FAR/DFARs) and directives in area of EVMS. - Analyze and document Program Contractor official EVM and other applicable technical data reports for compliance with the applicable EVMS directives and guidance (e.g. DIDs, Standards, policies, regulations). - Analyze and document Program Contractor cost, schedule and risk analysis including Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB) variances, trends, EVM metrics to perform performance and predictability analysis.                                                                                                      
Category
Accounting/Finance
Security Clearance
Secret
Level
Senior
Job Locations US-UT-Ogden
SPA is seeking an experienced Program Analyst-Technical Editor/Writer to support the Sentinel Program Execution Division, Process and Control section. Program Execution is the hub of all programmatic activities for the Sentinel Program Office and is responsible for integrating functional expertise across the program office to inform programmatic decisions and support program execution. The Program Analyst will provide technical expertise to the government customer in developing and maintaining robust program processes. Responsibilities include documenting, developing, editing, coordinating program processes, document reviews, preparing documents for approval, and publishing documents internally.
Category
Program Analysis
Security Clearance
Secret
Level
Entry-level