U.S. Citizenship is required. Applicants must possess an active, Federal Government Security Clearance with polygraph.
Headquartered in Ashburn, VA, Intelligent Decisions (ID), a premier systems integrator, provides a broad range of innovative, IT professional services, software, hardware and manufacturing solutions to Federal, State and Local governments and Fortune 1000 customers. Ranked on the VARBusiness 500 and CRN's Fast Growth 100, ID offers best-value pricing and helps clients meet their strategic goals and mission objectives. ID is a results oriented organization full of smart, energetic people with a passion for solving the industry's most challenging IT problems
Provide expert level knowledge, advice, services and or analysis in supports all-source Counterintelligence technical threat-related activities.
Desired skills will include NSA/CIA level expertise, experience, training and education which are variable depending on the actual subject matter field of experience.
The CI subject matter expert must have demonstrable, documented and verifiable evidence of a successful working history at the CI SME level.
The SME candidate must be capable of working as a team lead, or part of an integrated team or semi-independently, providing directed, focused analyses or reports.
Excellent interpersonal skills, written communication, and customer relations skills are essential elements of performance.
Prerequisite skills include CI threat identification, analysis, reporting and resolution.
Other areas of threat-related expertise include;
Expertise with Agency Offensive and/or Defensive capabilities, operations, systems, and processes including hard target planning and related CI counter measures.
Expertise and experience in various technical disciplines which may include; software, hardware, networks, telecommunications, digital forensics, or related fields that might be required for a specific tasking or operational support.
Detailed Knowledge regarding Agency, DOD, and IC sources and methods, databases, tools techniques, capabilities, and “lessons learned” capabilities.
Threat-related, foreign source capabilities, tactics, resources, historical activity, and insider threat data of similar nature.
Knowledge regarding Intelligence gaps and Intelligence capabilities against Counterintelligence threats.
Intelligence system tasking and targeting processes and procedures (including HUMINT).
Specific scientific and technical expertise relevant to a perceived or actual threat and assessment/analytical effort.
Detailed understanding of support functions including, logistics, shipping, procurement and related functions including facility/site placement, risks, and weaknesses which provide access points for Counterintelligence threats and exploitations.
Some local as required
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