Intelligence Analyst II

Mclean, VA
Oct 15, 2021
Oct 17, 2021
Analyst, Intelligence
Full Time
Peraton Overview Peraton drives missions of consequence spanning the globe and extending to the farthest reaches of the galaxy. As the worlds leading mission capability integrator and transformative enterprise IT provider, we deliver trusted and highly differentiated national security solutions and technologies that keep people safe and secure. Peraton serves as a valued partner to essential government agencies across the intelligence, space, cyber, defense, civilian, health, and state and local markets. Every day, our 22,000 employees do the cant be done, solving the most daunting challenges facing our customers. Responsibilities Respond to public and official requests for review and release of classified and/or sensitive customer information under the FOIA, PA, or Mandatory Declassification Review. Support includes determining if request is complete, identifying any missing information, following up with customers and staff to ensure that the case is moving forward, updating all appropriate trackers and calendars regarding cases, and reporting on the status of all cases as requested by the Government. Process incoming and outgoing mail and correspondence in accordance with federal and customer policy and requirements. Support training to customer staff on FOIA/PA/MDR policy and processes. Assist the Office of the General Counsel, the Office of the Inspector General of the IIC, and other relevant organizations to ensure customer compliance with all aspects of the FOIA, PA, and MDR. Track and update the status of cases in a timely and accurate manner using customerI tools as identified by the Government. Support processes ensuring that customer information cleared for appropriate release is available for public inspection and/or copying/downloading. Support the federally mandated policies and laws governing the enforcement of the right of any person to access records, subject to statutory exemptions, for any public or private purpose. Support the federally mandated policies and laws governing the ability individuals have to amend records of personal identifiable information about themselves. Support the federally mandated policies and laws that prohibit access to information about an individual without that individuals knowledge and consent. Provide administrative support to MDRs. Provide inputs to annual compliance reports as directed by the Government. Qualifications An Associates degree or higher in history, political science, government, or a similar field, and a minimum of two (2) years experience working FOIA/PA/MDR cases in the IC or DOD. Demonstrated administrative expertise, to include tasking, tracking, filing, reporting, and managing correspondence. Demonstrated excellent customer management skills. Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communications skills. Demonstrated attention to detail such that deliverables are correct, complete, error-free, and ready for Government action. Demonstrated experience with FOIA/PA/MDR; the Open Government Act of 2007; EO 13526; and ICD 710 and associated IC classification and FOIA/PA/MDR management policies, cases and appeals. Understanding of the FOIA/PA/MDR request process and the application of appropriate exemptions/redaction to protect sensitive and/or classified intelligence information. Familiarity with RD, FRD, and FGI information and the handling requirements.

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