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BA 194 Intelligence Policy Nov 8, 2018
Baltimore, MD  
BA 194 Subject Matter Expert (Master) bill rate $142.81
Required Skills:
• Knowledge of policies, programs, organizations,
functions, and legislation affecting accredited digital
forensic lab, training and outreach organizations.
• Familiarity with National Cyber Intelligence programs to
identify data points, document, and report on DC3
activities supporting these programs.
• Knowledge of DoD and US Intelligence Community resource
planning policy and procedures.
• Knowledge of methods to evaluate and advise on the
organization, methods, and procedures for providing
administrative support systems such as records,
communications, directives, forms, files, and
• Capability to plan and coordinate activities involving
national cyber security initiatives.
• Experience with researching current DoD, IC, Interagency
local policy to determine appropriate policy and procedures
in relation to current tasking and issues.
• Strong writing skills, keen attention to detail, and
ability to prepare, review, revise, and edit documents for
executive review and approval with limited direction.

Desired Skills:
• Government program management experience, particularly
experience with the development and reporting of
performance measures to evaluate program efficacy.
• Superior organizational skills to analyze, develop and
deliver detailed reports meeting tight suspense windows.
• Project management experience to establish and maintain
enterprise policy for requirements and configuration
management as well as project execution and performance
• Understanding of digital forensic lab tools, technologies
and current policy initiatives.
• Experience with Air Force or DoD document staffing
Senior program analyst for the Defense Cyber Crime Center
(DC3), managing a variety of policy, planning and program
related functions to include - review of cyber and
intelligence policies, processes and procedures; program
review and analysis; staffing of external and internal DC3
documents for Executive Director review and approval;
report analysis and generation; monitoring memoranda of
agreement/understanding; coordination of educational
partnership agreements with colleges and universities, and
Cooperative Research and Development Agreements with DC3
partners; coordination of cyber policy development for
external information sharing partnerships and teams;
managing DC3's support to Digital Forensic Enterprise
(DFE); and general analysis for the DC3 and five
subordinate directorates.
Alliant LCAT Description: Provides technical/management
leadership on major tasks or technology assignments.
Establishes goals and plans that meet project objectives.
Has domain and expert technical knowledge. Directs and
controls activities for a client, having overall
responsibility for financial management, methods, and
staffing to ensure that technical requirements are met.
Interactions involve client negotiations and interfacing
with senior management. Decision making and domain
knowledge may have a critical impact on overall project
implementation. May supervise others.
Suggested Qualifications: 23 years or more of professional
experience without a degree; or 15 years or more of
professional experience with a Bachelors degree in an
engineering/technical discipline from an accredited college
in a related discipline, or equivalent experience/combined
education; or 13 years of professional experience with a
related Masters degree; or 10 years of professional
experience with a related PhD or JD. Viewed as the most
senior authority in discipline. Consideration should always
be given for the level of specific domain expertise.
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