The Digital Engineer will work direct with the government client to gather user requirements, define system functionality, and write the code for a new system architecture for the SSN-X program office. The Engineer should expect to work through the software development life cycle from preliminary system analysis to tests and deployment including developing software verification plans, quality assurance procedures, troubleshooting methodologies, as well as complying with industry and Department of Defense (DoD) standards. This position is primarily located in Washington DC Navy Yard, with potential for light telework and local travel to client sites.
SPA has an immediate need for a passionate and dedicated professional interested in providing technical, data-driven support combined with strategy-informed operations research analysis. The ideal candidate will have a passion for solving challenging, unstructured, and time-critical problems in both leadership and supporting roles. The candidate will participate in analyses, assessments, and workshops that integrate technical, operational, and programmatic aspects across various elements of the Department of Defense. The individual will support cross-functional, high-performance teams conducting quantitative and qualitative analysis, including wargaming, to inform decision makers at the highest levels of the government, including the Secretary of Defense, Congress, and the White House. Candidates can expect to manage multiple tasks concurrently, often with constrained timelines. Tasks may be aligned to the individual’s expertise and interests but will often require individuals to rapidly learn and apply new knowledge and skills. Successful candidates will quickly be rewarded with leadership opportunities and direct engagement with external clients and stakeholders.
This is an exciting opportunity to support the United States Space Force (USSF) Military Sattelite Communications (MILSATCOM) program. The Space Systems Command has the collective USSF mission responsibility for the development, deployment, maintenance and sustainment of space systems providing early missile warning capability; environmental sensing; precision navigation, guidance and timing; nuclear event detection; space launch capability; national and military satellite communications capabilities; launch range and network systems; advanced systems; and technology development programs. This position will work in close collaboration with the Information Systems Security Manager (ISSM) and Information Systems Owner (ISO) to ensure security posture is met and maintained, develops security policies, procedures, plans, and all other evidence of compliance with various security controls. Creates and maintains RMF documentation to include Enterprise Mission Assurance Support Service (eMASS) and Information Technology Investment Portfolio Suite (ITIPS) database entries with System Security Plans (SSP), Security Assessment Reports (SAR), Plans of Action & Milestones (POA&M), all other artifacts and documentation tied to the NIST processes. You will provide support to maintain a strong cybersecurity posture for the system until its disposal.- Build, maintain, and track system’s cybersecurity baselines via eMASS or equivalent, IAW cybersecurity policies, guidance and plans;- Review, assess, create, and update enclave documentation in eMASS and any Configuration Management (CM) system for the ISSM review and approval such as: Security Plan, Security Assessment Plan, Category selection checklist, control results, and POA&Ms;- Identify, collect, review, and maintain RMF required artifacts IAW cybersecurity policies, guidance and plans;- Ensure accurate system documentation and configuration logs are maintained to reflect current and prior configuration baselines;- Provide written evaluations portraying system progress on RMF compliance IAW cybersecurity guidance (one evaluation for each system per quarter);- Maintain cybersecurity data for systems registered in the ITIPS IAW FISMA requirements;- Conduct and/or report annual FISMA security reviews, contingency test completion dates, and validation of cybersecurity control compliance, IAW cybersecurity guidance, the organizational cybersecurity strategy, and POA&M;- Conduct annual control validations (ACVs) for all NC3 systems IAW AF Global Strike Command (AFGSC) cybersecurity guidance and for all non-NC3 systems in a similar manner, but in accordance with SMC/ECP policies and schedule;- Create and maintain mission common control packages and serve as the common control provider for each mission systems;- Create and maintain Authority-to-Connect (ATC) guest system packages in eMASS for non-USSF systems connected to SMC/ECP systems;- Ensure the required Cybersecurity functional activities and actions during the systems’ O&S phase are conducted IAW Cybersecurity related laws and regulations such as the National Cybersecurity Protection Act, FISMA, OMB A1-30 mandate, and EO 13636;- Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity and Resilience including policies, standards, special publications, instructions and guidance from the DoD, Military, NIST, CNSS, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), and Department of the AF (DAF);- Participate in the system’s IPTs and sustainment contractor meetings/teleconferences, change control boards (CCBs) and working groups (WGs) to ensure the continued alignment of cybersecurity requirements in the technical baselines, the system security architecture, information flows, design, and the security controls;- Evaluate system’s sources of changes such as Deficiency Reports (DRs), Problem Reports (PRs), Change Requests/Proposals (CRs/CPs), Request For Change (RFC), and AF Form 1067s; determine the security impacts of proposed or actual changes to the system, environment, threats, and vulnerabilities; and if any, update all needed RMF artifacts to reflect the changes/revisions;- Review and provide inputs to modification packages, program/system documents and support agreements updates, and communications and network infrastructure upgrades to ensure proper cybersecurity configuration modification management and planning support are implemented;- Review system’s test plans and test results and if necessary observe system testing for security control implementation IAW cybersecurity policies, guidance and plan;- Document all findings. Perform security impact analysis on any system change and appropriately prepare letters of assurance, security impact letters, and risk assessment letters to include exceptions, deviations, or waivers to cybersecurity requirements when applicable;- Monitor and adhere to the system’s A&A schedule deadlines IAW the Program Office’s Cybersecurity Plan and IPT’s schedule;- Review annually and provide recommended updates to program cybersecurity policies and plans IAW cybersecurity guidance;- Review and provide advice on RMF related memorandums of agreements/ memorandums of understanding/ service level agreements/ interconnection service agreements (MOA/MOU/SLA/ISA) for RMF compliance IAW cybersecurity policies, guidance and plans;- Assist with the cybersecurity vulnerability management plan and risk assessment capability;- Receive and review ACAS and SCC reports from the sustainment contractor for each system quarterly and characterize risk for each system semi-annually.
The Senior Cost Analyst will be responsible for applying broad mathematical, statistical, econometric, and other scientific methods and techniques to formulate, test, and evaluate new cost estimating and analysis theories. They will perform data collection and analysis to include, but not limited to, data normalization, learning curve analysis, pareto analysis. The Senior Cost Analyst will perform risk analysis and sensitivity studies. They will create and maintain databases and work with spreadsheets and complex models. They will participate in technical working groups with engineering, budget, schedule, and acquisition functional team members. The Analyst will provide effective verbal and written correspondence and manage client relationships and expectations.
The Analyst will support the development and execution of various efforts within the SSP Deterrence Technology Branch. The candidate will be responsible for:- Serving as a liaison between our SPA headquarters office and our on-site client office for Strategic Nuclear Deterrence.- Gathering information, facilitating client engagements, developing and maintaining planning tools, preparing reports, presentations and white-papers, and presenting results to senior leadership within client organizations.- Coordinating with relevant stakeholders to gather and disseminate information and ensure deliverables are completed effectively and on schedule- Serving in an action officer role, to include gathering information, facilitating client engagements, developing and maintaining planning tools, preparing reports, presentations and white-papers, and presenting results to senior leadership within client organizations.NOTE - the Analyst will be required to work at the Navy Yard, Washington, D.C. approximately 3-4 times per week. Remote work option 1-2 days per week.
- Work with internal and external stakeholders to develop, coordinate, and execute near-term and long-term plans and acquisition strategies to implement mission capabilities and enabling capabilities within UAWC to support the US Air Force, as well as joint, allied, and coalition warfighters. - Provide acquisition management guidance and expertise to all stakeholders that aligns with the principles, criteria, and procedures of DoD and Air Force Directives, Instructions, regulations, and policies. - Provide research for Requests for Information and engage as an expert analyst providing positions, courses of actions and recommendations in support of innovation efforts with UAWC programs. - Assist the Government in identifying, defining, validating, and coordinating requirements for mission capabilities and enabling capabilities.
- Develop and maintain a strict Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) process and provide continuous QA/QC support to all United States Air Force in Europe-Air Forces in Africa (U-A) Program level acquisition packages as requested by the U-A leadership. - Develop and maintain acquisition templates for use on all acquisition packages.- Track and report the status of all acquisition packages to U-A leadership. - Track and report metrics for all U-A Requirements Approval Documents (RAD) within the Strategic Management Tool (SMT). - Provide guidance on SMT and RAD developments to Government acquisition support teams. - Provide U-A program strategy development, market research analysis, and acquisition planning support for the UA program contracts as requested by the U-A leadership. - Conduct acquisition policy research and provide recommendations to the Government on application to the U-A. - Identify and conduct in-depth analysis of new and revised federal and DoD acquisition policies and provide recommendations to the Government. - Identify and support the U-A ongoing and future process improvement initiatives to enable integration across functional responsibilities within the U-A - Support the U-A Mission Partner (MP) requirements development by working with MPs in the completion of requirements packages in accordance with the specifications provided by the Government partners. - Conduct market research in support of acquisition strategy development in support of new U-A requirements and re-competitions. - Use in-depth knowledge of DoD and federal acquisition policies and procedures to assist in gathering, defining, and documenting technical requirements from MPs, across various areas in support of the U-A mission. - Track requirements packages through milestones and ensure each milestone is met in a timely manner for all requirements. - Provide new and existing MPs with Government directed specific acquisition process training, as required. - Track and maintain a database of all new and existing MPs and associated activities for each requirement. - Maintain accurate program-wide and package specific procurement related metrics and data.
SPA is seeking a great candidate to provide direct support and advice to Undersea Security Programs and the program’s leadership team. The position is responsible for consolidating technical and operational analysis from a wide range of individual program portfolios into concise and relevant formats that clearly express Undersea Security Programs messaging and themes and support external engagement with Submarine Force, Navy, and DOD senior leadership. The individual will also assist with developing overall engagement strategy as well as assisting with planning and execution. The individual should have experience working within and across organizations to develop consolidated products. The individual must be proactive and diligent in engaging with a variety of technical experts, Navy and DOD staff, and internal and external leadership teams to develop informed products and facilitate Director and Deputy Director engagements. In addition, the individual should have familiarity with DOD staffing processes and experience in higher headquarters staff positions. The position is located on the Washington Navy Yard and includes on-base parking.
SPA is seeking an exceptional, Program Analyst for an exciting opportunity to support the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center (AFNWC) Sentinel Systems Directorate in the acquisition of the next generation Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM), which provides strategic deterrent capability to our Nation. The Program Analyst will work directly with the Sentinel Program Payloads Division as an analyst and advisor for Earned Value Management (EVM) efforts and the analysis of performance data sets provided by Prime Contractor IPMDAR/CDRL submissions. The candidate will:- Provide status to the executive leadership regarding prime contractor EVM Metrics and the IMS milestone forecast achievability. This position will seek to create schedule margin, analyze EVM and manufacturing data, assess material risks, staffing constraints, or eliminate processes that do not generate value- Assist throughout the plan, solicit and award processes for the advanced procurement (AP) and low rate initial production (LRIP) lot contracts. Based on the approved Acquisition Strategy, Acquisition Program Baseline, and Milestone B Acquisition Decision Memorandum, assists developing schedules and implementing activities- Analyze and incorporate planned production quantities, manufacturing readiness level maturation, manufacturing supplier estimates and Government-Prime Team performance in developing and executing the production and deployment phase of the Sentinel program- Responsible for standardized work for future products alongside the Reentry System/Reentry Vehicle and Milestone-C teams. In steady state, they will drive continuous improvement projects- Provide status to the executive leadership regarding prime contractor EVM Metrics and the IMS milestone forecast achievability. This position will seek to create schedule margin, analyze EVM and manufacturing data, assess material risks, staffing constraints, or eliminate processes that do not generate value
As Software Product Manager at SPA, you will be assigned to support the US Space Force’s Space Systems Command, Operational Command and Control Acquisition Delta, known as Kobayashi Maru. Kobayashi Maru is responsible for continuously delivering impactful software for space operations. The program office’s mission includes the development and deployment of software for space defense, space domain awareness, and enabling data services. You will be assigned a Product Manager for one or more of our high-functioning, flat, balanced product teams - wherein, you will work in concert with software engineers and product designers. You will leverage your deep knowledge of the software development life cycle, as well as the concepts of Extreme Programming and Lean User-Centered Design to guide the rapid delivery of software capabilities to operations. You will be expected to masterfully blend and navigate the requirements of the Department of Defense’s Software Acquisition Pathway and industry Best Practices in Agile software development/product management. Your division of responsibilities will reflect 90% Product Manager, 10% Software Architect. You will be expected to work collaboratively with and empower your team, while balancing the goals, objectives, and deadlines set by the Government’s Chief of Product. As Software Product Manager, you will balance user needs, organizational outcomes, and technical feasibility to build and deliver value, via software, quickly - while considering the big picture. You will lead daily stand up, write user stories, orchestrate user interviews, collect user feedback, lead sprint/iteration planning, lead duration planning, set sprint priorities, facilitate retrospectives, groom the product backlog, validate technical delivery against acceptance criteria and the definition of done, facilitate meetings/workshops, build/maintain product roadmap, define and track performance metrics, unblock and re-risk the product, and keep all stakeholders informed of progress. You will be expected to collaborate effectively with toolchain, infrastructure, platform, cyber, test, and data counterparts to ensure a smooth path to production. This is a hybrid position. You may primarily work remotely but will be expected to work on-site with the Government customer at an off-Base location in El Segundo, CA at least 2 – 3 days per week due to the fast pace, quick-turn nature of the job and the persistent need to access secure networks. You should reside in comfortable driving distance to the El Segundo, CA area.
SPA is seeking an experienced National Security Analyst (Telecommunications) to support the Assistant Secretary of Defense (ASD) for Industrial Base Policy on The Committee for the Assessment of Foreign Participation in the United States Telecommunications Services Sector (also known as Team Telecom). Team Telecom is an interagency committee that advises the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in its public interest review of national security and law enforcement concerns that may be raised by foreign participation in the U.S. telecommunications services sector.The candidate will:- Review Team Telecom applications, to include documents relating to FCC license applications (relating to satellites, subsea cables, international networks, and other related areas), corporate ownership structures, cybersecurity and physical security policies, and USG contracting information.- Conduct due diligence and fact-finding research independently and with the support of DoD stakeholders to assess risk arising from foreign participation in each FCC application review and the implications to DoD’s security interests, communications, network resiliency, supply chain, personal data and cybersecurity.- Analyze open-source and classified information on telecommunication security issues to formulate actionable policy recommendations for DoD leadership decision. - Author analysis papers regarding the risks of foreign participation in each application review and advise the interagency Committee of the Department’s recommendations.- Produce case summaries, talking points, and action memos for DoD leadership.- Help negotiate and monitor Team Telecom mitigation agreements.- Support evolving telecommunications and technology security policy developments.
Provide pricing support to simple and complex cost proposals. Support analyses and strategy development for high visibility procurements, including ensuring compliance with firm estimating systems. Design, develop and prepare cost models and cost proposals, provide guidance and council to clients on all aspects of proposal preparation, including market, wage analyses, RFP analysis, FAR, CAS, disclosure and compliance issues, terms, pricing strategies, business risks, and cost proposal content. Research and conduct competitive analyses. Review and check work of fellow analysts. Candidate will be responsible for the design, development and preparation of cost volumes. The position will advise internal SPA customers on all aspects of proposal preparation, including market, wage analyses, RFP analysis, FAR, CAS, disclosure and compliance issues, terms, pricing strategies, and business risks.
Overview of the PositionYou will be supporting the Management Operations Division within Space Systems Command Space Systems Integration Office (SSC/BZO). SSC/BZ is responsible for supporting and integrating current and future space acquisition programs, responding to warfighter requirements, evaluating emerging technologies, and communicating with international, commercial, and inter-agency partners. Description of dutiesThis position interacts with a civilian NH-04 Division Chief and Directorate leadership on a daily basis. The individual will provide personnel management support to Space Force customers in El Segundo, CA. You will be in the premier space acquisition organization responsible for delivering space-based capabilities and effects to our warfighters and allied partners. Key duties associated with this position include:- Apply critical thinking and experience to develop solutions for our customer’s most challenging issues; - Manage the Directorate’s military and/or civilian manpower program to include disseminating information to military and civilian personnel as well as their supervisors; - Build weekly reports and briefings; - Create documents and staff packages; - Understand Department of Defense, Air Force, and Space Force organizations, processes, procedures, instructions, and guidance; - Support customer meetings, which includes providing read-ahead materials, drafting meeting minutes, and tracking assigned action items.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:- Greet company visitors in a professional and engaging manner; ensure they are properly issued visitor badges per company policies- Answer, screen, and direct incoming telephone calls- Provide general administrative support- Schedule and facilitate meetings and appointments- Manage shipping and receiving functions, including packaging, scheduling, tracking and verifying shipments- Arrange travel, prepare authorizations, and expense reports for senior leadership- Order, distribute, and maintain office and kitchen supplies- Maintain organization and appearance of common areas- Other duties may be assigned to meet business needsAt SPA, we strive to deliver a robust total compensation package that will attract and retain the top talent. Elements of the compensation package include competitive base pay and variable compensation opportunities. SPA provides eligible employees with an opportunity to enroll in a variety of benefit programs, generally including health insurance, flexible spending accounts, health savings accounts, retirement savings plans, life and disability insurance programs, and a number of programs that provide for both paid and unpaid time away from work. The specific programs and options available to any given employee may vary depending on eligibility factors such as geographic location, date of hire, etc.Please note that the salary information shown below is a general guideline only. Salaries are commensurate with experience and qualifications, as well as market and business considerations. Salary pay range: $45,000-$50,000
Reporting to the CHRO, the Director of HR Operations & Employee Services, will be responsible for setting, managing and deploying key HR operational and employee processes and programs used to affect change, improve the employee experience, and manage employee records and the HRIS. The HR Ops Director will be a seasoned HR Generalist with a proven track record of overseeing major HR initiatives and processes related to New Hire Orientation, Employee Engagement Programs, HRIS systems automation, and Employee Changes which make up the full employment life-cycle. The HR Ops Director will work closely with department managers and key stakeholders to provide consultation and deliver scalable methodologies and tools to optimize HR operations and streamline core processes. The HR Ops Director will work with other functional areas of HR to improve processes and support those areas as needed. This role will also support Employee Relations activity and manage the Company Rewards & Recognition Program. This hands-on HR leadership role will be a part of the HR Leadership Team and will be responsible for making impactful decisions and changes to help the business grow.- Collaborate with HR Leadership, Department & Division Directors, Managers and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to facilitate and deliver major briefings which may include New Hire Orientation, Performance Management Programs, and a variety of training related to HR initiatives- Partner with Talent Acquisitions to manage, drive and facilitate weekly onboarding processes- Ensure successful employee onboarding and off-boarding processes - Manage and maintain all employment data records and HRIS - Facilitate and support all metrics, dashboards, and reporting requirements- Initiate and Administer I-9/E-Verify Program and partner with the HR Compliance to ensure 100% accuracy and compliance- Oversee and control processes for Employment Verifications, Wage Garnishments and HR Administration Support- Facilitate process improvement initiatives to encourage and continue tools automation- Oversight of ongoing development and management of the Employee Rewards and Recognition Program- Deliver and execute HR related best practices across the business- Routinely participate in employee relations meetings as a representative of the HR Leadership Team- Manage employees within the HR Operations Team
The Reliability, Availabiltiy, Maintainability (RAM) Manager will provide technical and management analysis support to undersea platform acquisition activities, with a focus on developing and supporting processes to achieve RAM for the newest class of SSBN Strategic Submarines. Your main objective as a RAM Lead will be to ensure that quality products (systems) are acquired that satisfy user needs with measurable improvements to future mission capability and operational support in a timely manner, and at a fair and reasonable price. Factors impacting RAM that must be assessed are: system design; manufacturing quality; environmental standards when transporting, handling, storing, and operating systems; the design and development of support systems; material availability; and the level of training of personnel operating and maintaining systems. You will be part of the Columbia-Class Logistics and Sustainment team, which will be responsible for 1) Supporting the development and integration of future material and maintenance plans for the Columbia-class, 2) Collaborating with multiple teams across the DoD and TEAM SUBMARINE, as well as prime shipbuilders, to develop and approve procedures and processes for establishing and maintaining RAM for future Columbia-class hulls, 3) Conducting Failure Mode, Effects & Criticality Analysis (FMECA), evalutating FMECAs produced by shipbuilders and government PARMs, then validating the reulstant Reliability Block Diagrams (RBDs) into reliability and availability predictions, and 4) Exploring digital sustainment opportunities to implement predictive maintenance on the Columbia-class hulls to increase operational availability for the life of the ship.
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.
We are seeking a Software Engineer to support the U.S. Navy's Soft Kill Coordinator System (SKCS) as part of the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) Electromagnetic and Sensor Systems Department (B), Electronic Warfare and Spectrum Operations (EWSO) Division (B30).The B30 department conducts research, development, test and evaluation in emerging electromagnetic fields to enhance our ability to assess and maneuver in the Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS), for purposes such as communication, navigation, advanced threat characterization and identification, cognitive decision support and collaborative weapon sensor engagements to enhance the warfighters ability to assess and engage emerging threats. You will be expected to review code and associated documents as well as actively participate in Software Working Groups. You must have the ability to work from NSWC Dahlgren at least three days per week.
Provides critical applied scientific and technical analytic support to the Urgent Solutions Division in the Counter WMD Technologies Department of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA). Conducts assessments, demonstrations, analysis, and other decision making in support of counter WMD technology development. Develops knowledge regarding technical issues through analysis of complex data sets, identifying actionable trends and problems. Demonstrates creative thinking and strong problem solving skills; possesses strong leadership, communications, and organizational skills. Prepares technical documentation and presentations to explain the approach, associated assumptions, and designs; develops, and implements technical solutions that expedite program efforts and minimize unnecessary redundancy. Oversees and contributes to DoD advanced technology development involving material and energy interactions, particle behavior, gravitation, electro-magnetic fields, logic, data science, information science, mathematics, statistics, systems theory, physics, chemistry, biology, and other sciences with Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) applications. Oversees and contributes to technical approaches that address DoD capability gaps, often under DoD operational time constraints. Provides technical input to program management. Work is onsite in Reston, VA. Travel required up to 25%. Due to the nature of this work, remote/telework is not feasible and is only authorized on occasion by exception
This is an exciting opportunity to support the United States Space Force (USSF) Military Sattelite Communications (MILSATCOM) program. The Space and Systems Command (SSC) has the collective SF mission responsibility for the development, deployment, maintenance, and sustainment of AF space systems providing early missile warning capability, environmental sensing, precision navigation, guidance and timing, nuclear event detection, space launch capability, national and military satellite communications capabilities, launch range and network systems, advanced systems, and technology development programs. This position ensures that the information security requirements necessary to protect the core mission and business process are adequately addressed in all aspects of the enterprise architecture, to include reference documentation and system architectures. The ideal candidate will function as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) on each system architecture and design, review technical documentation in support of analysis, system design, development testing, and deployment of security systems. You will provide information assurance assessment and recommendations concerning safeguarding of IS through risk analysis, vulnerability assessment, and compliance with NIST SP 800.53. You'll be expected to interact with military, Government civilians, and contractor staff at all levels to support the A&A efforts of each mission/system. You will provide input on assigned enclaves as relates to how proposed modifications, additions, and technology upgrades would impact the overall security posture of the system. The key duties associated with this position include but are not limited to the following: - Ensure that Cybersecurity requirements are effectively integrated into IS and components through purposeful security architecting, design, development, and configuration;- Employ best practices when implementing security controls within an IS;- Provide assessment and technical inputs to any system changes for all associated system enclaves;- Perform FISMA required risk assessment of policies, procedures, supplemental plans addressing network, facilities and system security, security awareness training, testing and evaluation of security controls, incident response plan, and continuity of operations plans;- Evaluate requests for compliance and integration with all applicable cybersecurity policies, Notice to Airmen (NOTAMs), and Technical Change Orders (TCOs);- Create/maintain a Government owned Cyber Schedule that captures all mission cybersecurity activities and actions; the schedule needs to be capable of showing a high-level view of all project/activity milestones, accomplishments, and discrete tasks including Authorization and Assessment activities for RMF packages, cyber assessments, and O&M Mods or depot sustainment cases that improve the systems cybersecurity postures;- Provide IS and compliance documentation to include but not limited to the following:- Categorize ISs IAW Committee on National Security Systems Instruction (CNSSI) 1253- Initiate the security plan, register system with DoD Information Technology Investment Portfolio System (ITIPS) and Enterprise Mission Assurance Support System (eMASS) and select security controls for all computer enclaves IAW National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication (SP) 800-53- Identify common controls; develop monitoring strategy, and plan, review, and obtain approval IAW NIST SP 800-53 and CNSSI 1253- Implement and document control solutions consistent with DoD cybersecurity architectures IAW NIST SP 800-160 and NIST SP 800-18- Prepare the Plan of Action and Milestone (POA&M) and submit security authorization packages, to include all required artifacts to Authorizing Official (AO)- Provide RMF training/education for program managers and integrated product team leads.