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SPA is looking for experienced Cyber Security analysts to support the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (DASD) for Industrial Policy. The candidates will review, assess, and recommend mitigation to cyber security threats to the Defense Industrial Base (DIB). They will identify and address cyber security risks associated with foreign investment in the DIB and have regular and active engagement with cybersecurity stakeholders. The candidates will also develop and maintain standard procedures for managing cyber security risk associated with foreign investment in the DIB.
SPA is seeking experienced Business Intelligence Analysts to support the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (DASD) for Industrial Policy. - The candidates will support DASD Industrial Policy in the identification, analysis, and tracking of foreign investments in the Defense Industrial Base (DIB), along with working with the Non-Notify Working Group and DASD analyts to identify foreign investment risk not yet mitigated.- The candidate will help track foreign investment risk and, when said risk exceeds pre-determined thresholds, delivery recommendations to the government client on how to best address that risk.- The candidates shall also develop and maintain standard procedures for identifying, analyzing, and tracking foreign investment in the DIB.
Develop and coordinate procedures for assessing the compromised DoD information; conduct the initial assessments of affected DoD information; create and maintain cyber incident timelines; conduct Integrated Product Teams and coordinate with applicable DoD, Military Departments and Agency case-specific subject matter experts, as well as with intelligence and acquisition personnel, as needed; and aggregate the analyses for final OSD damage assessment reports to senior members of OUSD(R&E). Support short-notice taskers focused on protection of critical DoD programs and technologies. Additionally, the candidate will assist with DAMO metrics and conduct periodic statistical analysis of compromised data, assist with developing best analytic practices, and identify gaps between tools and capabilities.
Responsible for leading a small team of analysts in providing decision support analysis for senior decision makers. Developing innovative concepts of operations and capability plans. Translating plans into detailed written and graphical descriptions used to develop and support tactical, operational and strategic surface and undersea warfare analysis. Conducting military effectiveness analysis of alternative capabilities to inform the development of formal requirements and program plans across the spectrum of science and technology (S&T), research and development (R&D), and program acquisition. Development and employment of modeling and simulation analysis tools. Opportunities for international travel.
The Lead Configuration Manager shall guide configuration management (CM) and engineering teams in the definition and performance of CM tasks, and in the support and execution of configuration control, engineering and governance boards. Lead the activities to baseline, analyze, update, and maintain the IT technical baseline in support of interoperability, integration of IT services/systems, and IT governance for NGA and the NSG.
The Lead Enterprise Schedule Analyst shall work with systems engineers and program, project, and segment managers to provide leadership of schedule development and management activities to include overseeing the development of integrated schedules, collecting and reviewing program, project and segment data for updating and maintaining integrated schedules, conducting critical path analysis, identifying schedule dependencies, conducting ‘What-if?’ analyses, and providing comprehensive visualization/reporting. This Expert Enterprise Schedule Analyst shall lead and oversee regular reporting of schedule information to designated review activities and for leadership awareness.
The successful candidate shall:- apply the Planning, Programming, Budgeting & Execution System (PPBES) to DOD acquisition programs; review project/program/product costs; and establish the required funding, schedule, performance, and supportability requirements throughout the acquisition life cycle. - use cost estimating tools and decision support software (i.e., Automated Cost Estimating Integrated Tools (ACEIT) and Logical Decisions for Windows).- perform cost estimation and/or analysis using a variety of techniques (i.e., modeling, parametric analysis, engineering estimates, learning curve, risk analysis, and cost estimating relationships) for military systems acquisition in order to develop Life Cycle Cost Estimates (LCCEs), Independent Cost Estimates (ICEs)/Independent Government Cost Estimates (IGCEs), Total Ownership Costs (TOCs), and/or Enterprise Agreements (EAs) for use in Business Case Analysis (BCAs), Cost Benefit Analyses (CBAs), Return On Investment (ROI) calculation, Best Value determination, risk assessments, Analyses of Alternatives (AoAs), and/or program budget development.- develop and maintain life cycle cost estimates and conduct life cycle costs analyses in support of selected program- perform a variety of cost and economic analyses (i.e., parametric cost estimating, cost and schedule estimating, life cycle cost analysis, cost estimating relationship development, model development, cost risk analysis, project forecasting, risk assessment, cost-benefit analysis and software cost estimating).- Complete Performance Based Tasks Required - The contractor shall facilitate development of cost estimates with JPM offices and the JPEO-CBRND cost analysis team - develop cost estimates - review cost estimates - revise the JPEO-CBRND MDA Acquisition Handbook chapter on Should Cost to update and clarify guidance and write a chapter for the Handbook on Will Cost estimates. - review Should Cost estimates. - participate in JPEO-CBRND internal review board meetings and keep meeting minutes. - develop and maintain a Should Cost tracking sheet and provide data analysis. - implement the Should Cost policy when warranted by the effort. - ensure that cost estimates developed by Level III Cost Analyst meet the requirements set above. - validate Life Cycle Cost Estimates, Independent Government Cost Estimates, and other estimates as requested by the JPM or JPEO staff
Support primarily to the Navy's Program Office for Naval Special Warfare within NAVSEA as well as other government organizations and prime contractors. Provide critical programmatic and technical support including planning, assessment, and analysis to assist decision–makers for all stages of weapon system life cycle support including system design and development; resource scheduling, requirements planning and analysis; program and training documentation development; and other aspects of program life cycle coordination and execution.