Directs all management activities of the security staff. Reports to the senior staff and keeps them appraised of total security within the organization. Directs all aspects of the DOD, DOE, or other industrial security program and other security activities, ensuring compliance with government and company security policies and procedures. Reviews and investigates non-compliance issues. Implements new procedures and stays abreast of latest DOD regulations for corporation. Working closely with technical office PMs, Scientific Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) staffs, PSOs, PSRs and External Relations personnel, develop and maintain currency of Essential Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI) for the Agency and its programs to preclude inadvertent public release/disclosure of critical or sensitive information.
Requires Bachelor's degree or equivalent and twelve to fifteen years of related experience, supervisory/management experience. Knowledge of DOD, DOE, or other industrial security program and in-depth knowledge of the DOD, DOE, or other government security regulatory manuals. Must have at least 8 years of experience dedicated to S&T, RDT&E in support of unclassified, collateral, SAP, and SCI programs. The candidate will be required to have completed, or successfully complete within 1 year of assuming the position, the Interagency OPSEC Support Staff OPSEC Fundamentals courses listed below hosted by the Defense Security Service (DSS) Center for Development of Security Excellence (CDSE). a. Public Release Decisions Course (OPSE 1500) b. OPSEC Analysis and Program Management Course (OPSE 2500) c. OPSEC and Web Risk Assessment Course (OPSE 3500) Must be able to articulate, create, develop, coordinate, and manage program protection strategies to support Agency Programs and technology thrust areas
Core Responsibilities: 1) Identify critical program information/capabilities for Agency programs. 2) Identify vulnerabilities of Agency programs and technology thrust areas; work with security and counterintelligence (CI) staff to assemble information and perform research and analysis of intelligence, counterintelligence, and open source information to identify threats, susceptibilities, and vulnerabilities of Agency programs and technology thrust areas. 3) Develop innovative and proactive analytical methodologies; refine existing program protection analytical methodologies to meet evolving program needs. 4) Review organizational mission statements and associated publicly available technology program information for inconsistencies which may reveal sensitive information. 5) Identify indicators that could reveal critical information and compare those with threat information to identify vulnerabilities and recommend mitigation measures. 6) Work with Agency CI personnel to examine and recommend mitigation measures based on the Agency and specific program risk assessments 7) Maintain an account on the OUSD AT&L Acquisition Security Database (ASDb) to assist PSOs, PMs, SETA staffs, and performer staffs, if necessary, in the application of horizontal protection measure. 8) Document the complete OPSEC process in program-specific OPSEC plans.; 9) Work with the Interagency OPSEC Support Staff (IOSS) to develop or import appropriate OPSEC awareness products and or training materials and make them available to Agency personnel and its contractors. 10) Coordinate the execution of an annual OPSEC assessment of the Agency. 11) Organize and participate in OPSEC surveys of selected Agency program activities. 12) Ensure that the Overarching Agency Operations Security Plan is periodically monitored, in light of evolving program thrusts, and is updated, as required, to remain current.
Years of Experience
ManTech International Corporation is comprised of approximately 7,300 talented employees who use advanced technology to help government and industry meet some of their greatest challenges around the world. We adhere to the simple, no-nonsense values on which ManTech was founded more than four decades ago, aligning squarely with the mission objectives of our customers. As our customer base continues to expand and diversify, we continue to diversify our workforce and solutions. Nearly half our employees have a military background, and approximately 70 percent hold a government security clearance. As a leading provider of innovative technology services and solutions for the nation's defense, security, health, space, and intelligence communities; we hold nearly 1,100 active contracts with more than 50 different government agencies.