Coordinates and monitors sensitive aspects of the DOD, DOE, or other industrial security program, ensuring compliance with government and company security policies and procedures. Protects classified government information and publishes security awareness for all cleared corporate personnel. Develops and implements security procedures in coordination with government agencies and management personnel. Furnishes security advice and guidance to off-site company security staff to ensure compliance with prescribed regulations and procedures. Monitors and conducts security briefings and security education programs. Investigates or oversees the investigation of losses and security violations and recommends corrective action. Maintains liaison with outside agencies and keeps upper management informed of all security activities. Develops procedures and coordinates procedure manual revisions. May provide work Leadership for lower level employees. Assist the Agency with the implementation of its Information and Industrial Security Program.
Requires Bachelor’s degree or equivalent and five or more years of related experience, or ten years of experience in lieu of degree. Must have the capability and demonstrated successful experience in performing information and industrial security activities including, but not limited to, Special Security Agreements, Voting Trusts, Proxy Agreements, DD 254 Contract Security Classification Specifications, National Interest Determinations (NIDs), and Manual Declassification review processes.
Core Responsibilities: 1) Continuously assess the application of the most current DoD and Agency policy and practices for the protection of classified and controlled unclassified information (CUI) and make recommendations for improvements. 2) Oversee the development, preparation, and quality control for all DD 254s, Contract Security Classification Specifications, for all Agency-funded efforts and assist PSOs and PSRs with determining appropriate security requirements for contract efforts. 3) Apply and/or advise technical office personnel on the application of appropriate classification markings. 4) Manage the Agency Mandatory Declassification Program and make recommendations to Original Classification Authorities (or their delegates) regarding the declassification and distribution of declassified material. 5) Coordinate declassification actions with the appropriate Agency technology office and their respective security staffs. 6) Prepare formal declassification decision recommendation memorandums for the Agency Declassification Authority. 7) Review material to determine the appropriateness of release to the public. 8) Develop and implement programs for controlling and destroying classified and controlled unclassified information. 9) Oversee and support the development, preparation, quality control, and staffing of security classification guides (SCGs). 10) Develop, prepare, and coordinate National Interest Determinations. 11) Prepare sponsorship documentation and liaison with the Defense Security Service Facility Clearance Branch and subsequent Regional Offices to coordinate the granting of facility security clearances (FCL). 12) Process and document administrative termination or downgrading of an FCL. 13) Monitor events requiring FCL invalidation, revalidation, or revocation, including FCLs issued in error. 14) Coordinate and conduct, as appropriate, security oversight compliance verification visits. 15) Establish, organize, and maintain the facility files folders, documenting all changing conditions affecting an FCL. 16) Provide advice to PSOs and PSRs regarding program performance facilities located on a government installation. 17) Coordinate with Agency Personnel Security and respective DSS Regional Offices to facilitate personnel clearances required in connection with FCL applications. 18) Review applicable documentation and make a recommendation to government leadership regarding impacts of a U.S. company performing on Agency efforts while/if under Foreign Ownership, Control, or Influence (FOCI). 19) Research, and make recommendations on potential impacts on contractor’s eligibility for access or continued access to classified information. 20) Be familiar with performer’s/proposed performer’s record of compliance with pertinent U.S. laws, regulations, and contracts. 21) Research ownership, or control, in whole or in part, by a foreign government of performers/prospective performers on agency efforts. 22) Oversee and execute the security inquiry program ensuring all reports of inquiry (ROI) are properly investigated and vetted. 23) Coordinate and validate International Atomic Energy Act (IAEA) compliance inspections, Open Skies Treaty overflights, and other treaty compliance actions that could affect Agency facilities, test activities, or programs.
Equivalent Experience/Education Bachelor's Degree
Years of Experience
11-13 years w/High School Diploma 05-07 years w/Bachelors Degree 02-04 years w/Masters Degree
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.