The Cyber Threat Specialist role is a technical contributor on the Cyber Threat Prevention Team, whose mission it is to prevent, detect, and respond to security incidents and to drive remediation across the enterprise.
Develops, reviews and updates program documents required by the Defense Acquisition System. Supports and implements DoD Acquisition and Life-cycle Management Processes and procedures as required by the Defense Acquisition Management Framework.
Support development of business case analyses for GFE breakout candidates and other cost reduction initiatives via engineering trade studies; identify potential candidates for Contractor Furnished Equipment (CFE) to GFE conversion to reduce material pass-through costs.
Maintain in-depth knowledge of Modeling and Simulation (M&S), DMO, and LVC concepts to provide technical and analytical assistance in the development, validation, and coordination of DMO capability requirements documents and assist with the integration of Combat Air Force (CAF) DMO capability requirement into weapon system MTC programs.
Conduct interviews and/or working sessions to define requirements and/or determine current state and future state processes. Research and evaluate potential internal and/or external software solutions.
Support the Genworth Investments and accounting functions by trouble-shooting and performing root cause analysis of application problems. Identify action items and make recommendations to address process and/or coding issues.
Responsible for ensuring that the Bank receives regulatory-compliant appraisals and evaluations that are in compliance with corporate policy and standards, Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), secondary market guidelines as well as document the results.
Develop prototype reports to track and analyze key line/loan portfolio and sales metrics including balance and commitment trends, life cycle utilization, production, attrition, and performance. Assist with transition of on-going reports to the BIO.