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Duties and Responsibilities: The candidate shall provide system security engineering and associated services in all phases of life cycle management for new acquisition and sustainment requirements to comply with existing and evolving requirements for information system security. Provide focal point(s) for weapon systems services and associated tasks and shall be full-time from offices at Robins AFB GA, Langley AFB VA, and Hanscom AFB MA. The candidate shall have, at a minimum, approved certification as outlined below.
Interface with Authorizing Officials’ offices to ensure knowledge of inherited security policies and procedures and future security-related efforts and plans.
Create and document system security policies, processes, and procedures
Provide oversight of enterprise-level security for each sub-system within the weapon system.
Design, develop, implement and integrate C2ISR weapon systems’ IA architecture, systems and system components for use within computer, network, and enclave environments.
Ensure the security architecture and design of C2ISR weapon systems are functional and secure. This shall include architecture and designs for special purpose environments with platform network interconnectivity and those with differing data protection and classification requirements.
Analyze Security Requirements
The candidate shall support and participate in all acquisition program requirements derivation, determination and review processes. The candidate shall support reviews for the derivation of general functional and security requirements from capabilities documents. The candidate shall support the creation of technical requirements for design implementation supporting security architectures required for functional operations.
The candidate shall analyze security requirements from internal and external sources, incorporate requirements into program documentation, and ensure they are understood by implementing organization by providing written documentation.
Design Security Architectures
The candidate shall support and participate in all acquisition program design reviews and ensure that all proposed architectures for functional operations meet security requirements as designated by policy, procedure and best practices. The candidate shall recommend changes to functional architectures to implement security requirements and ensure an accreditable system IAW IC directives listed in Appendix A specifically ICD-503’s Risk Management Framework.
The candidate shall document and provide to the 25 AF/A6S lead engineer all current and proposed architectures to address security requirements for the system. Conduct periodic security forums with members identified by 25 AF/A6S lead engineer (no less than one (1) per quarter) to ensure system security architectures are being implemented.
The candidate shall conduct, in coordination with applicable Government test organizations, security control test planning activities as related to weapons systems development. The candidate shall document and provide security control test requirements and procedures to the weapons system PM and the 25 AF/A6S lead engineer. The contractor shall develop, configure, document and provide test tools in accordance with industry standard.
The candidate shall, prior to formal Assessment Testing, execute, support, and coordinate test of security requirements with appropriate Government representative.
Test events shall be accomplished in conjunction with candidate test events and Government development test events as applicable to each project.
Tests shall include, but are not limited to, Factory Acceptance Test (FAT), Integrated FAT (IFAT), and Security Test and Evaluation (ST&E).
Enterprise Network Coordination
The candidate shall work with commercial telecommunication subcontractors, Department of Defense (DoD) and IC Service organizations, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), National Security Agency (NSA) and other agencies to determine systems design, connectivity, software reliability and use across networks.
Education and Skills: Bachelor’s Degree in either computer engineering or electrical engineering from an 45TAccreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, In an 45Taccredited university. GSLC certification or CISSP certification with at least five (5) years of expertise. Prefer 45TDefense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (45TDAWIA) certification as well, but it is not a requirement for employment.
Additional Information: This position will require an active TS w/SCI.
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