Serve as a member of the Department of Veterans Affairs, Electronic Health Records Modernization (EHRM) Program and lead a team of dynamic Cybersecurity professionals while overseeing the Risk Management Framework (RMF) and Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) to ensure the positive security of health information systems and data. Navigate the complexities of the political environments for integrating multi-agency systems-of-systems with regards to interconnections between agencies and authorization boundaries, agency specific policies and processes, joint agency incident management and 3rd party incident response, joint configuration management, joint monitoring, and interagency Cyber procurement activities. Analyze the security impact of introducing new solutions, data feeds, existing legacy systems, circuits, and medical devices between agency security boundaries. Participate in meetings and collaborate in working sessions with the client, between agencies and 3rd party vendors, internal agency, and internal program cohorts.
-Experience with writing memorandums of understanding (MOUs), interconnection security agreements (ISAs), executive decision memorandums (EDMs), executive summaries, high-level strategies, and program-level briefings for management or executives
-Experience with applying industry best practices to establish new program Cyber capabilities and improve in areas, as needed
-Experience with applying RMF throughout the software development life cycle (SDLC) in areas of assessments, authorizations, auditing, continuous monitoring, compiling and obtaining authorization packages, and approval to connect (ATC) packages
-BA or BS degree in Information Systems, Computer Science, Engineering, or Business and 5 years of experience in a professional work environment or 8 additional years of experience in a professional work environment may be substituted for education
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