Battlespace Awareness and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconna with Security Clearance

Arlington, VA
Feb 12, 2021
Feb 24, 2021
Full Time
Description The Battlespace Awareness and IS&R Communications Support will assist in the review of all developmental command, control and communications (C3) system concepts; organizations; processes; applications; concepts-of-operations (CONOPs); policies; acquisitions and delivered equipment to support ISR operations and programs; and provide gains in operational effectiveness/efficiency, and generate cost avoidance opportunities. * Assist in technical feasibility reviews, technical reviews of documented requirements for validity, and be able to assist in the development of guidance and direction to the Services and Agencies for the dissemination of information involving requirement views, capability roadmap development, CONOP development, Combatant Command Operations and Contingency Plans (OPLAN/CONPLAN) development or reviews. * Assist in the reviewing of development, procurement and life-cycle sustainment oversight for ISR supporting communications architectures from strategic to tactical. Focus areas include acquisition processes involving intelligence support and inputs into: the Integrated Tactical Warning/Attack Assessment system, theater missile warning missions to include cueing capabilities for Army, Marine Corps and Air Force missile defense systems including three-dimensional long range and short-to-medium-range tactical radars, tactical intelligence data dissemination systems such as the Integrated Broadcast Service, ground tactical intelligence and intelligence supporting communications systems, tactical employment of measurement and signatures intelligence (MASINT) and signals intelligence (SIGINT) data and supporting communications means, and data link systems, programs, and related technologies. * Be familiar with and assist in reviewing the sufficiency of intelligence support in Major Defense Acquisition Programs (MDAP). This includes, but is not limited to, reviewing intelligence mission data / life-cycle signature support plans (LSSP), currency and adequacy of System Threat Assessment Reports (STAR), and Program Protection Plans. The contractor shall assist in the review of mission related Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE) acquisition actions as well as assist in the review of JCIDS processes, to ensure capabilities developed in the PPBE process meet the warfighting requirements articulated in the capability needs processes. * Provide comprehensive technical reviews of all communications agencies and communications programs/capabilities to evaluate their support of ISR operations and programs, and their consistency with the transformational goals, strategies, and new business processes, and related transformation and change management issues with key stakeholders. * Develop, coordinate and brief assessment review information and communicate the review information via e-mail, background papers, briefings, reports, meeting minutes, trip reports. * Support the Government in its ISR liaison between multiple offices and agencies to effectively communicate critical system sustainment and developmental information. * Have a working familiarity with the end-to-end systems and technologies in the fields of commercial, civil and national security space satellite communications, the supporting ground stations, and user radio terminals. Requirements: * Bachelor's degree. Preference for hard science or engineering related focused degree. Significant experience in radio or satellite system development, fielding, and intimate knowledge of supported architectures substitutes. * Management Certification Training completed for Level A ( * Preference for certification or pre-requisite course completion supporting certification for Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) Level I or Level II for Program Management or Systems Engineering. * Experience in a DoD Headquarters (OSD, JCS, uniformed Service or Secretariat, or Combatant Command) environment is preferred and OUSD (I) experience is highly preferred. * Experience in a radio communication or communications satellite acquisition program. * Experience in US Radio Spectrum allocation processes, regulatory processes, and Government's coordination with spectrum planning activities and organizations, as well as a familiarity with the processes involved in developing and coordinating DoD policy on spectrum related issues. The contractor shall have a working familiarity with US and international telecommunications regulatory bodies, how they function and how the DoD and IC communications operations are affected by the regulations. Security requirements: * Active Top Secret/SCI (TS/SCI) clearance required

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