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The right candidate shall work with internal and external organizations/customers and serve as liaison between project management, project teams and line management to support various customer requirements and shall monitor project status, including risk management, and communicates this information with all stakeholders, including upper management. In addition, the candidate shall assess issues and develop resolutions to meet productivity, quality, and client-satisfaction goals and objectives by reviewing status of projects, manage schedules, and prepare status reports ensuring quality and consistency across program deliverables.
The Systems Engineering candidate will assist in the implementation of the DoD Digital Engineering initiatives within Navy SSP and other DoD programs across multiple SPA clients. SE support will have a focus on future system requirements development, technical planning, weapon system performance and technology analysis, and system verification and test planning. Responsible for gathering information, conducting analysis, documenting system requirements, developing requirements traceability matrices, integrating system architecture to system and system-of-system trade-space analysis tools and models, facilitating client engagements, preparing reports, presentations and whitepapers and presenting results to senior leadership within client organizations. The candidate will also contribute to the MBSE transformation initiatives within SPA. The execution of these tasks will require the use of Cameo Systems Modeler, DOORS, Microsoft Office products as well as other modeling, simulation and analysis tools.
SPA is seeking an experienced Mitigation Analyst in support of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (DASD) for Industrial Policy. - The candidate will support DASD Industrial Policy in the development and oversight of Committed on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) mitigation agreements, along with assisting Case Managers on Risk Based Assessments (RBAs) in coordination with a dedicated team.- The candidate will support the annual or bi-annual review of mitigation compliance and may involve domestic and international travel. Finally, the candidate will develop and maintain standard operating procedures for the mitigation of foreign investment risk in the areas of product integrity, supply assurance, collocation, and technology transfer.
We are seeking an experienced DoD Acquisition Analyst with an active Department of Defense (DoD) Secret clearance to provide acquisition and engineering support to the PEO IWS 2.0 Advanced Radars (AN/SPY-6) Program Managers. SPY-6 is the U.S Navy’s family of radars that perform air and missile defense slated for install on seven classes of ships. Your roles and responsibilities will include advising Program Managers on programmatic and technical topics ensuring more informed decision making, maintaining detailed integrated system development and production schedules, coordinating inputs for field activities, laboratories and other stakeholders across PEO IWS, PEO Carrier, PEO Ships; and developing technical and acquisition documentation. The IWSG office is located at 20 M Street in Southeast DC, conveniently down the street from our clients at the Washington Navy Yard. Daily onsite client support at the Navy Yard is expected to aid in the highest quality support. Little to no travel is expected in this position.
The candidate would conduct Fleet Ballistic Missile (FBM), Submarine (SSBN) and Military Operations analysis, Program Analysis and Planning for Navy Strategic Systems Programs (SSP), and NAVSEA with a focus on strategic weapons systems sustainment and modernizations, and in-service and future SSBNs programs. The candidate will be responsible for gathering information, facilitating client engagements, collaborating with team members, planning and executing tasks, preparing reports, presentations and whitepapers, and presenting results to senior leadership within client organizations. The candidate would conduct program analysis and strategic planning for various topics and programs for Navy Strategic Systems Programs (SSP) with a focus on future weapons systems capabilities. The candidate will be responsible for gathering information, facilitating client engagements, preparing reports, presentations and whitepapers, and presenting results to senior leadership within client organizations.
The successful applicant will support the Air Force’s Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) program and provide expertise and guidance in solving complex logistical supply chain problems. Assess program needs and provides recommendations for supply chain management and execution to the GBSD Program Office. Develop and recommend long term supply chain strategies and short term tasks to meet the program’s supply chain goals. Write statement of work requirements for the program office to drive the contractor to meet program goals and objectives. Determine the appropriate solutions for supply chain problems. Plan and conduct supply chain business case analyses.
The candidate will be responsible for conducting analysis to identify threats to critical acquisition programs and technologies. The candidate will conduct threat analysis linking intelligence, acquisition, engineering/technical information. The analyst must be able to apply the principles of intelligence research to analyze, evaluate, and interpret raw data collected from established sources to produce finished intelligence. The candidate will analyze technology/program security vulnerabilities and translate related counterintelligence (CI) analysis into actionable intelligence enabling exploitation opportunities by appropriate law enforcement and CI communities. The candidate will also be responsible for developing and integrating appropriate counterintelligence analysis in support of OUSD Research and Engineering (USD R&E) sponsored Technology Area Protection Plans (TAPPs). The candidate must be able to produce integrated products for the JAPEC Case Manager(s), as well as develop and maintain data in the subject field for the production of reports and assessments. In addition the candidate may be required to complete quick-turn ad-hoc reports identifying threats to technologies.
Part of the Naval Surface Warfare Analysis Group, the individual is responsible for developing innovative concepts of operations and capability plans and for translating them into detailed written and graphical descriptions used to develop and support tactical, operational and strategic surface and undersea warfare analysis. Responsible for 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. Support and eventually take a leading role in the development and employment of modeling and simulation analysis tools and in briefing analysis results to top-level government decision makers. Communicate with Fleet personnel to identify gaps in existing capabilities, requirements for new systems, and tactical employment of new and existing USW systems.
- Provide policy analysis support to a range of US Dept. of Defense customers, including Navy SSP, OPNAV, OSD, and Army Futures Command. - Develop briefings and create talking points and key messages.- Develop analysis of national and departmental-level policy and coordinate implementation among strategic players. - Participate in analytical studies, develop and present briefing materials necessary for policy execution.- Write short-form white papers and long-form analysis reports in support of client needs.
The successful applicant will support the Air Force’s Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) program Product Support Division’s Digital Engineering Sustainment efforts and will provide recommendations on the appropriate use of technologies in solving digital engineering sustainment problems.
Successful candidates will 1) Evaluate a wide range of problems in the development, deployment, and improvement of information systems, networks, equipment, and hardware and software applications; 2) Identify advances in automation technologies, state-of-the-art equipment, and applications for incorporation into existing and proposed electronic information systems; 3) Evaluate in-house and contracted systems designs, interfaces, and integration work for effectiveness in resolving complex information systems and engineering requirements; and direct/conduct studies on cost, interoperability, industry trends, performance, reliability, and functionality of systems and networks.
SPA is seeking a dedicated Systems Engineer with an active Department of Defense (DoD) Secret clearance to provide Engineering Support Services (ESS) to the U.S. Navy Program Executive Office, Integrated Warfare Systems (PEO IWS), Above Water Sensors (IWS 2.0) programs. In this position you will assist with planning, execution, analysis, reporting, meeting attendance/support, presentation development/support, publication support, correspondence, and action item tracking/closure in support of the PEO IWS 2.0 Systems Engineering & Integration / Technical Director (SE&I/TD) and Test & Evaluation (T&E) Principal Assistant Program Managers (PAPM). You will prepare and/or review technical and programmatic Systems Engineering and T&E documentation and analysis as well as perform tasks related to Verification, Validation & Accreditation, Modeling & Simulation, and threats. You will develop a strong understanding of Model-Based Systems Engineering and DoD, Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command and PEO IWS instructions and processes (e.g., DoD 5000). Our IWSG office is located at 20 M Street in Southeast DC, conveniently down the street from our clients at the Washington Navy Yard. Daily onsite client support at the Navy Yard is expected to aid in the highest quality client support.
The Administrative Associate supports general administrative processes, client meetings, contract progress reporting, and facilitates the functioning of the Division. Reports directly to the Division Administrative lead, and works with the Division Director and Group Leaders when required.- Manage schedules and provide inputs to the Division Calendar.- Assist in office communication and coordination.- Arrange meetings, video teleconferences, and other gatherings as backup to the corporate meeting coordinator.- Provide logistics support for meetings of government employees held in SPA spaces.- Maintain electronic files, databases, and serial numbers.- Order special supplies and arrange for maintenance of office equipment as needed.- Assist with visitor and client arrivals and departures.- Attend and support Division and Group Staff Meetings.- May audit classified hard drives, coordinate classified material handling and preparations for classified meetings.- Respond to requests for information.- Maintain and organize correspondence and work product information via electronic and other media.- Maintain contract files, Personnel Book and Division organizational chart.- Provide on-boarding and off-boarding support for new personnel.- Help prepare presentations, technical reports and contract progress report documents as needed.- Maintains confidentiality in all aspects of company business.- Performs other duties as assigned.
Reporting directly to the Director of Business Management & Finance, the Senior Financial Analyst is responsible for performing activities in support of delivering SPA's monthly financial results and forecasts by Division and Group in all key financial areas (revenue, fee, cash, direct labor, backlog, etc). Key activities will include finalizing monthly revenue in Costpoint, managing the quarterly EAC process, updating actuals and providing monthly variance analysis, and working closely with the entire finance team, contracts, Division/Group leaders and Program Managers to answer questions and solve problems as they arise. Key deliverables in this role will include the monthly results stoplight charts, project forecasts, unbilled/aging results, backlog report, and revenue summary report. The Senior Financial Analyst will oversee and maintain the Estimate-at-Complete and Revenue Recognition policy and procedures and ensure SPA is adhering to these processes as outlined. The Senior Financial Analyst will be instrumental in leading and implementing new tools and other financial and planning process improvements at SPA.
SPA is seeking experienced Business Transaction Analysts to support the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (DASD) for Industrial Policy. The candidate will support DASD Industrial Policy in the monitoring of Non-Notified transactions and global market capital investment initiatives. The candidate will consistently and efficiently monitor business transactions that have not been filed with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) in order to assess the foreign investment risk. Primary focus will be on product integrity, supply assurance, co-location, and technology transfer. Additionally, the candidate will support DASD Industrial Policy's capital investment initiatives.
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.
Support the conduct of operational and technical analysis using a variety of quantitative, M&S-based and or qualitative approaches that evaluate Joint and combined military operations. Applicants will work in concert with team members to prototype, develop, and employ a variety of analytic tools and simulations in support of our analytic efforts. Work will include the design, planning, development and documentation of all assessments. Status reports and results will be developed, prepared and presented to Government stakeholders predominantly from the DoD.
Participate and support in the development and conduct of operational and technical analysis using a variety of quantitative, M&S-based and or qualitative approaches that evaluate Joint and combined military operations. Applicants will work in concert with team members to prototype, develop, and employ a variety of analytic tools and simulations in support of our analytic efforts. Work will include the execution and documentation of all assessments. Status reports and results will be developed, prepared and presented to Government stakeholders predominantly from the DoD
We are seeking a dedicated and skilled Senior Financial Analyst to provide prompt, high quality financial and acquisition support services for NAVWAR Headquarters (HQ) and multiple NAVWAR Program Executive Office’s (PEO) programs and projects for both unclassified and classified programs at the Top Secret and Sensitive Compartmental Information (TS/SCI) level.As a financial analyst you will be expected to provide financial management and cost management support services for HQ and PEO/PMW programs and projects. This will require utilizing financial tools to oversee performance, financial execution and track, control, manage and report program resources. The expectations is that final work products shall be free of errors.Financial management support areas include the following:- Acquisition Management Support - Program Objective Memorandum (POM)- Budget Formulation and Justification- Budget Execution - Cost Analysis
We are seeking a dedicated and skilled Financial Analyst to provide prompt, high quality financial and acquisition support services for NAVWAR Headquarters (HQ) and multiple NAVWAR Program Executive Office’s (PEO) programs and projects for both unclassified and classified programs at the Top Secret and Sensitive Compartmental Information (TS/SCI) level.As a financial analyst, you will be expected to provide financial management and cost management support services for HQ and PEO/PMW programs and projects. This will require utilizing financial tools to oversee performance, financial execution and track, control, manage and report program resources. The expectations is that final work products shall be free of errors.Financial management support areas include the following:- Program Objective Memorandum (POM)- Budget Formulation and Justification- Budget Execution - Cost Analysis