Qualified candidate must have a current TS/SCI and CI poly to qualify. Office space may include McLean and/or frequent travel to Chantilly, VA .
TASC is looking for a mid-level Management Analyst to support a high value, highly visible customer as they develop a global Information Technology Enterprise (ITE) architecture for the Intelligence Community. The successful candidate will work on an integrated team focused on strategic planning and investment management supporting all aspects of the Intelligence Community (IC) Chief Information Officer and IC Information Technology strategic planning, investment management, and program evaluation efforts.
Specifically the candidate will:
Assist with developing, implementing, integrating, and maintaining IC IT investment planning through the IC CIO’s Investment Review Process with ODNI stakeholders
Support collaboration across the IC CIO and ODNI to develop IC IT-related responses to Congressional and OMB queries and reports
Support IC IT performance measures and metric development, evaluation, and oversight of the Enterprise IT budget category, and the IC ITE strategy implementation
Support IC IT portfolio assessment programs
Support IC IT program oversight and evaluation in the ODNI acquisition oversight process and IC ITE strategy implementation
Support IC IT requirements evaluation and development in the ODNI and the IC CIO requirements process
Support IC IT risk assessment activities
Support IC IT strategy, planning, programming, budgeting, and evaluation activities in the IPPBE process and the IC ITE strategy implementation
The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Information Systems, Information Technology, Management Information Systems, Systems Management or a closely related IT discipline, or a degree in Accounting, Business, English, Finance, Management, or Political Science.
Current Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.
The successful candidate must have strong oral and written communications skills, the ability to function in a high stress environment, and demonstrate a high level of performance as a member of a tightly integrated government-contractor team. And, advanced skills with the Microsoft Office suite of tools such as Excel, PowerPoint, and Project.
Ten years or more of analyzing IT-related programs or projects in one of the following categories: organizational efficiencies; organizational operations; organizational procedures and protocols; or organizational risks.
Five years or more of demonstrated experience in the Intelligence Community analyzing IT-related programs or projects in one of the following categories: organizational efficiencies, organizational operations, organizational procedures and protocols, or organizational risks. And, experience in one or more of the following areas:
Analyzing capital planning including assessing and managing risks of IT acquisitions
Analyzing Federal Acquisition Regulations
Analyzing Office of Management and Budget Exhibit 53s, Exhibit 300s, and the Information Technology Investment Management policies and processes
Analyzing the IPPBE, and predecessor, processes
Creating funding-related presentations and deliverables
Developing metrics for performance-based budgets
Evaluating enterprise software licensing procurement
Thorough understanding of the Chief Financial Officers Act of 1990; the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act of 1994; the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996; and the Government Performance and Results Act of Modernization Act of 2010 (and the predecessor Act of 1993)