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Provide technical writing support for Cyber LoB stakeholders in producing cybersecurity documents. Translate and express cybersecurity technical and operational recommendations and requirements, verbally and in writing. Translate and express cybersecurity operational recommendations and requirements from technical or engineering terms in language understood by laymen. Produce and distribute the Government approved copies of cybersecurity documentation. Participate in working groups to recommend solutions, perform technical analysis, provide cybersecurity white papers, design execution plans, and conduct studies and research on new technologies and/or initiatives.
BRIC, a subsidiary of Diné Development Corporation, wholly owned by the Navajo Tribe, is looking for a Heavy Equipment Operator/Heavy Equipment Mechanic. The successful candidate will join a team to support the Land Rehabilitation Field Crew within the 98,000-acre Joint Base Lewis McChord training complex located in Tacoma, WA.
Analyzes user's requirements, concept of operations documents, and high level system architectures to develop system requirements specifications.
The Director of Contracts will lead and manage the full range of contract and subcontract administration functions to ensure satisfaction of legal requirements, customer specifications and government regulations; acts as a liaison to all levels of the organization, providing contractual domain knowledge in implementation, execution and administration. Responsible for the overall process of developing and negotiating contracts on both competitive and non-competitive basis and ensuring team meets deliverables in support of the growth objectives of the organization. Position leads and manages contract administration staff.
a. Ensure that all information systems are managed, operated and used IAW DISA STIGS and other applicable policies and procedures.
b. Support all Access Control Facility (ACF2) RACF, Top Secret Security (CA TSS) Access Control Products (ACP) utilized by the information systems
c. Use DISA approved tools to plan, conduct, review, analyze and correct findings in support of STIG reviews Security Readiness Reviews (SRR).
d. Use DISA approved applications/tools to track the security posture of managed assets.
e. Provide technical oversight and consultation regarding security risk management posture of managed assets.
f. Provide audits and inspection of the government to include attending meetings, participating in review with auditors and providing artifacts and evidence.
g. Coordinate and assist technical support staff in the installation, maintenance and security on all system products.
h. Perform security reviews on new products to ensure compliance with DISA se-curity requirements.
i. Create and maintain access and account profiles for both individual and system resources.
j. Provide detailed plan and methodology for implementing and maintaining ac-cess controls for each assigned ACP.
k. Develop and publish testing plans for implementing controls as well as docu-menting actions for continued maintenance and review.
l. Review audit reports and records IAW policy and report deviations of security practices
m. Promptly report security violations IAW with specific security requirements for reporting incidents and violations.
n. Develop, plan and implement processes for managing the life-cycle of certifi-cates on information systems.
o. Use DISA approved tools and follow policies for Change, Incident and Service Requests.
p. Provide support and documentation for the creation, maintenance, implementa-tion, and enforcement of all DoD, DISA and site-specific security policies, pro-cedures and processes.
q. Provide required support for disaster recovery COOP exercises. This includes creation, interpretation, and updating documentation of COOP/disaster recovery processes and procedures to perform tabletop simulations and actual recovery of IBM Mainframe platforms.
The Enterprise Architect will work with a team to provide high-quality service to our customer and participates in high-level enterprise architecture analysis, evaluation, design, integration, documentation, and development. Ensures adherence to quality standards and reviews enterprise architecture deliverables. Has a deep understanding of DoD business transformation and processes, DoD organizational structure, and experience in developing briefings and responses to Government Accountability Office, the Office of Management and Budget, and executives within the department. Possesses extensive knowledge of and hands-on experience with the DoD Architecture Framework, the Business Enterprise Architecture (BEA) and Enterprise Transition Plan, Service-Oriented Architecture, and the Business Mission Area Federation Strategy and Roadmap. Leads the development of the BEA and updates to the BEA Development Methodology and Architecture Planning Guide.
The recently established MLOB within the DISA, Operations Center, Services Directorate, provides centralized mainframe information system processing services to a diverse and geographically dispersed customer base drawn from Department of Defense (DoD) agencies. The MLOB provides processing support to install, maintain, secure, operate, optimize, and monitor both Unisys and International Business Machines (IBM) hardware environments and supporting Unisys, IBM z/Operating System (z/OS), IBM z/VM Virtual Machine (VM), and Linux OS’s, all third-party vendor and database software (performing under the OS’s listed above), and storage environments on all mainframe systems they manage. These operating environments support mission critical, worldwide, customer applications, 24 hours a day/7 days a week/365 days per year.
Dine Source is seeking an Operations Manager with experience in IT operations and program management.
Our ideal candidate will bring knowledge of hands-on management, problem solving skills and experience delivering solutions to end users. Additionally, strong communication skills are needed to work with experienced technical teams and in-turn communicate with non-technical employees and customers.
BRIC is seeking candidates for an RTLA Crew Laborer. The successful candidate will support plant propagation activities on Joint Base Lewis McChord. The successful candidate will work directly with the Installation Government Representative (GR) and CALIBRE PM.
*This position with be seasonal employment from March 3, 2020 to October 30, 2020*
Biologists to conduct field surveys and prepare reports for variety of projects. Majority of the work will be in the southwest but may also include other states in the west.
*This position will be part-time and temporary*
Dine Source is seeking a Logistician to join our team in the sustainment and maintenance of an Air Force application.
Our ideal candidate will bring knowledge of hands-on development, problem solving skills and experience delivering solutions to end users. Additionally, strong communication skills are needed to work with experienced technical teams and in-turn communicate with non-technical employees and customers. This person will serve as a logistics subject matter expert. The individual will be a member of collaborative teams providing multi-disciplinary support to government and industry. He/she will also serve as an advisor to government and industry personnel providing a blend of operational, program management and acquisition expertise.
• Provide leadership, analytical support, and tactical level subject matter expertise to logistics initiatives
• Provide support to customers in reviewing and updating DoD product support policies
• Provide inputs for high level strategic planning, policy/process/procedures development, business process improvements, and review of compliance and development of overall performance standards
• Provide briefing, review, and facilitation support for customer meetings and workshops
• Support customer workshops and decision support sessions
• Provide subject matter expertise during proposal development
• Provide insights to readiness requirements and reporting procedures
• Other related services associated with the acquisition process
Application Support. Provide application support for COTS and Mission Partner written software (GOTS) which runs on various operating systems, including UNIX, OS 2000 and Windows Server in the NIPRNet and SIPRNet environments on a 24x7x365 basis. This will require a privileged access to a DISA information system, which will have an ability to access and control functions of the information system/network, administration of user accounts, etc.
Application Support duties. Provide support for the application support duties as defined in the subtasks below.
Implementation Support. Provide application support for implementation activities to include plan, perform and implement installations and upgrades and implement/sustain middleware application components.
Testing Support. Provide application support for test activities to include unit/component testing, integration testing, system testing, and acceptance testing.
Maintenance Support. Provide application support for maintenance activities to include improving performance with available tools, checking application for problems and reviewing operations to ensure only valid processes are running, optimizing the functionality of application software, diagnosing and recovering failed applications and maintaining application integrity, performance and availability.
Monitoring Support. Provide application support for monitoring activities to include monitoring performance of and taking proactive measures to prevent service disruption.
Web Administration Support. (Mission Essential) Provide application support for web administration activities to include creating Internet Information Services (IIS) web sites and installing, configuring and managing web applications.
Troubleshooting Support. Provide application support for troubleshooting activities to include identifying what the problem is, gathering more details, eliminating variables, reproducing the problem, development of hypothesis of root cause and attempting a fix based on findings.
Repair Support. (Mission Essential) Provide application support for repair activities to include repairing and documentation of repairs made for future use. Repairs include such things as backing out coding and patching changes, applying patches/code fixes and fixing database errors/issues.
Application Security Administration Support. (Mission Essential) Provide support for application security administration to include applying STIG applications, developing procedures for responding to new threats to systems to ensure confidentiality, integrity and availability, ensuring the rigorous application of information Security/information assurance policies, principles and practices in the delivery of application services, streamlining security using managed accounts and controlling access with permissions and roles.
May also include responsiblities in areas listed below:
Job Scheduling Support.
Maintain Job Schedules Support
Modify Job Schedules Support.
Job Schedule Execution Support
Create Job Schedules.
Incident Response and Management Support. (Mission Essential)
Event Response Support.
Communicate Status Support.
Implement Restoration Support.
Perform Validation and Verification Support.
After Action Report (AAR) and Executive Summary (EXSUM) Support.
Ticket Response and Management Support
Usage of the Ticket Management System(s) Support.
Monitoring of Incoming Ticket Support.
Ticket Status Update Support.
Ticket Escalation Support.
Adherence to Service Thresholds and Response Standards Support.
Response and Callback Support.
Sustainment task Support.
Flexible Work Schedule Support. (Mission Essential)
Escalation of Status and Issues Resulting from Shift Work Support.
Shift Turnover Support.
Change Management (CM) Support.
Creation and Execution of Change Request Support.
Participation in Change Request Process Support.
Coordination of Change Request Support.
External Engagement and Interaction Support.
Technical Engagement Support.
On-Site Personnel Support.
Technical Engagement and Collaboration across the Ecosystem Support.
Engagement with (GSD) and Command & Control (C2) Support.
Coordination of Maintenance Window Activities Support.
Engagement During Project Phase Support.
DISA Processes and Procedures Support.
Continuous Process Improvement Support.
Key Performance Measure (KPM) and Performance Trend Support.
Account Creation and Maintenance Support.
User Account Management Support.
User Account Creation Request Management Support.
All Enterprise Account Users Support.
Account Metric Support.
Ensure Availability of Middleware Components
Upgrade and Implementation Planning of Middleware Components.
Support Sustainment of Middleware Components.
Service Request (SR) Support of Middleware Components.
On-Boarding Support of Middleware Components.
Registration and Configuration of Middleware Components.
Patch Support of Middleware Components.
Escalation and Troubleshooting Support of Middleware Components.
Monitoring Support of Middleware Components.
Collaboration with Other Teams in Support of Middleware Components.
Disaster Recovery/ Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) Support of Middleware Components.
Interact Across Ecosystem and the DISA Enterprise in Support of Middleware Components.
Web Administration Support.
Ensure Availability of Web Server Components.
Upgrade and Implementation Planning of Web Server Components.
Support Sustainment of Web Server Components.
Escalation and Troubleshooting Support of Presentation Layer Components.
Escalation and Troubleshooting Support of Framework Components.
SR Support of Web Server Components.
On-Boarding Support of Web Server Components.
Monitoring Support of Web Server Components.
Disaster Recovery/COOP Support of Web Server Components.
Interact Across Ecosystem and the DISA Enterprise in Support of Web Server Components.
SOC Analysts monitor customer environments and perform Incident Detection, Validation, and Incident Reporting. SOC Analysts are the frontline of SOC and are customer-facing representatives. SOC Analysts are responsible for triaging events, incidents, and reporting validated incidents to the customer for incident response. Incumbents will possess strong technical and analytical skills while providing accurate analysis of security related problems. They have a well-rounded networking background and are responsible for performing troubleshooting of customer issues. This individual is user focused and works to resolve client needs in a timely manner. These needs may involve resolving hardware/software failures, investigating and responding to security threats, and making change request to the security policy of company devices.
Duties & Responsibilities:
• Monitor the SIEM for suspicious events and anomalous activity
• Provide first level response for security events
• Triage events for criticality
• Conduct proactive threat research
• Validate suspicious events and incidents by using open-source and proprietary intelligence sources
• Document and manage incident cases in our case management system
• Report incidents to the customer
• Interface with customers to resolve issues, provide additional information, and answer questions related to incidents and monitoring
• Keep up-to-date with information security news, techniques, and trends
• Become proficient with our SIEM as an analyst
• Become proficient with ServiceNow as an analyst
• Become proficient with third-party threat intelligence tools as required
• Document all activities during an incident and provide leadership with status updates during the life cycle of the incident
• Incident management, response, and reporting
• Provide information regarding intrusion events, security incidents, and other threat indications and warning information to the client
The qualified individual will use SMP/E, to install and maintain IBM Mainframe and Independent Software Vendor (ISV) software for execution in the IBM Mainframe operating environment, which includes the z/OS.
The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) established the Global Service Desk Management Office (GSDMO) to support the Global Service Desk-Service Support Environment (GSD-SSE). The GSD-SSE provides Tier I (Service Desk Support) services to Mission Partners and the DISA administrative network to include the Tier II (IT End User Device Support) across multiple Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS) locations.
This individual will provide support controlling, diagnosing, and resolving difficult problems that arise due to incorrect ECL coding/programming techniques.
a. Perform project planning, scheduling, and facilitating meetings, including resource identifying and project tracking.
b. Provide support focused on organization’s projects from receipt customer request to sustainment.
c. Develop organization’s process documents in compliance with the Ecosystem and the Implementation Management Office guidance.
d. Perform process reviews and facilitate synchronization and information exchange between organizations. Provide support through the review and coordination of technologies, development, integration activities, and schedules.
e. Monitor for process changes and distribute information to the organization’s management and team members.
f. Provide support in the customer problem resolution process to resolve implementation issues.
g. Provide assistance to technicians when generating implementation project plans.
h. Create project timelines based on project plans.
i. Establish requests to gather the estimated labor hours for projects via the organization’s tasking system.
j. Maintain and assign project task workflows to engineering team for project commencement.
k. Maintain/update organization’s project tracking site. Generate project numbers and tracks status of projects via this site.
l. Assist with Product Loan Agreements (PLA) creation and processing.
m. Lead technical discussion/meetings in support of the organization’s projects. Capture notes, action items, and milestones in writing to make available to all that it pertains.
n. Develop and maintain project implementation schedules for each project and provide weekly updates.
o. Maintain accurate information in DISA’s designated project status tracking site.
p. Create briefing slides of project statuses to brief management and other personnel.
q. Coordinate and collaborate with engineers, technicians, Leads/Managers, external Vendors, other organizations, customer account representatives, project team leads and project leads/managers to ensure project success.
r. Comply with the organization’s existing processes governing solution implementation. This includes creating and maintaining project schedules to support agency metrics; managing project meetings; coordinating with DISA engineers, technicians, managers, Operations, Information Assurance/Cyber Security and customer representatives. Manage priorities as coordinated by the COR.
s. Use provided ticketing management system and ensure tickets (Incident, Change, and Problem) adhere to Service Level and local procedures to ensure timely completion and resolution of team’s tickets. When issues are noted, identify them to team/technical lead or section supervisor, addresses with team member to identify deficiencies and plan for improvement. Identify areas for correction; reoccurring events; implement preventive solutions; identify training issues; or create/modify documentation.
t. Brief government personnel on ongoing enterprise issues and incidents, including impacts, mitigations, corrections, risks, and benefits of proposed actions.
u. Document processes, procedures, activities using flowcharts, layouts, diagrams, charts, spreadsheets, code comments and clear code.
a. Provide support for installs, upgrades, and configuration of the Unisys OS2200 systems.
b. Provide audit and inspection support for the government to include providing artifacts and evidence.
c. Implement Cyber Command Communication Tasking Order /Fragmentary Order/Information Operations Conditions requirements.
d. Create appropriate level of user accounts according to user role access for the Unisys OS2200 system both user and system accounts.
e. Perform system backups IAW DISA regulations. If backups fail, perform recovery steps and provide a detailed summary of all steps performed to correct backup failure.
f. Ensure Unisys OS2200 and supporting Windows systems environments are properly configured and functioning with DISA specified network and storage (EMC) components.
g. Monitor, maintain, and troubleshoot VTL Server as it relates to virtual tape processing within the Unisys operating environments.
Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) Installation and Configuration Support. Provide support for RDBMS software and component technologies installation and configuration per DISA catalog of services.
Database Instance Installation and Configuration Support. Provide support for database instance creation and configuration using command line scripting, Graphical User Interface (GUI) tools and SQL statements.
Tablespace Creation, Configuration and Management Support. Provide support for database tablespace creation, configuration and management using command line scripting, GUI tools and SQL statements.
Database Storage Configuration and Management Support. Provide support for database storage configuration and management by collaborating on database systems settings through technical discussions with application administrators, storage administrators, database administrators, Mission Partner and internal DISA PMO representatives and contractors via meeting, email, telephone, chat and teleconference.
Database Memory Configuration and Management Support. Provide support for database memory configuration and management by collaborating on database systems settings through technical discussions with application administrators, storage administrators, database administrators, Mission Partner and internal DISA PMO representatives and contractors via meeting, email, telephone, chat and teleconference.
Database Network Configuration and Management Support. Provide support for database network configuration and management by collaborating on database systems settings through technical discussions with application administrators, storage administrators, database administrators, network administrators, Mission Partner and internal DISA PMO representatives and contractors via meeting, email, telephone, chat and teleconference.
Database Security Configuration and Management Support. Provide support for database security configuration and management, including accounts, roles and privileges by collaborating on database systems settings through technical discussions with cybersecurity professionals, application administrators, storage administrators, database administrators, Mission Partner and internal DISA PMO representatives and contractors via meeting, email, telephone, chat and teleconference.
RDBMS Configuration, Backup and Restoration Support. Provide support for database file and RDBMS configuration, backup and restoration by collaborating on database systems settings through technical discussions with application administrators, storage administrators, database administrators, Mission Partner and internal DISA PMO representatives and contractors via meeting, email, telephone, chat and teleconference.
Database Archive Log Support. Provide support for database archive log, redo log and redo segment
configuration, management and troubleshooting by collaborating with database administration teams on database systems settings that address archiving of database logs, backing up the archive/redo logs and testing the database restore using the archive logs in the recovery process.
Database Performance Tuning Support. Provide support for performance tuning of database instances to meet Mission Partner and internal DISA specifications by tuning the DBMS and the configuration of the memory and processing resources to maximize use of system resources to perform work as efficiently and rapidly as possible or as part of incident, problem or change request response.
The Data Manager will work with a team to provide high-quality service to our customer and participates in organizing, storing and analyzing data as efficiently as possible, while always upholding agreed-upon security standards. Validate adherence to quality standards and deliverables. Understands Data Management processes used to plan, specify, enable, create, acquire, maintain, use, archive, retrieve, control, and purge data. Has a deep understanding of DoD business transformation and processes, DoD organizational structure, and experience in developing briefings and responses to Government Accountability Office, the Office of Management and Budget, and executives within the department.
Duties & Responsibilities…
- Aid in the development of data management policies, descriptions and training materials
- Liaise with senior management to secure buy-in of data management principles
- Drive organizational and enterprise change to adopt data management processes
- Oversee implementation of data management principles in large scale systems