$80K — $100K *
The mission of the Threat Systems Management Office (TSMO) is to manage the Army Threat System Programs to include the total life cycle of threat systems for testing and training in the live, virtual, and constructive environments. TSMO designs, builds and tests representations of operational and emerging hostile systems with virtually identical performance capabilities that match the identified threat. TSMO ensures all threat systems are continually developed, upgraded, and/or modified and tested to reflect the current threat weapons systems platforms with state-of-the-art technology to support new and emerging DOD weapon systems. Additionally, TSMO conducts threat assessment and analysis in conjunction with the Army, Navy and other joint services operations.
TSMO utilizes a combination of simulators and simulation models, foreign material acquisition, commercial-off-the-shelf (COTs), and new development efforts to achieve its goal of providing threat relevant Electronic Warfare (EW), Information Operations (IO), integrated air defense (IADs), and command and control (C2) capabilities to support Operational Test and Evaluation (OT&E) events. These OT&Es include Network Integration Evaluations (NIEs), Combatant Commander events, as well as other testing and training events. TSMO requires a range of activities associated with conceptualizing, developing, and supporting the execution of testing events. Support is required to allow for more realistic threat representation testing for both hardware and/or software, and to upgrade threat systems and sub-systems with modern techniques that will offer superior threat representation testing against foreign threats. The TSMO requires the design of threat representations in order to reproduce live, virtual, and constructive threat simulations that satisfy the U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) to support future test and training events.
Information System Security Officer:
Advises, assists, and supports programs in the areas of Risk Management Framework (RMF), DoD/Army policy and regulations, incident response and other related Cyber Security disciplines as required.
Supports the client by assisting the government in obtaining the necessary authorizations required for the test and evaluation efforts conducted on multiple Army programs.
Utilizes the Enterprise Mission Assurance Support Service (eMASS) application to perform risk assessments on system packages as well as assist in the development of RMF artifacts and reports.
Is responsible for the execution and documentation of risk assessments which includes direct interaction with the Information Systems Security Manager. The contractor shall interface with multiple Army stakeholders to ensure that all systems obtain the appropriate authorizations for operations, test and connectivity in support of customer requirements.
Supports the government by providing all necessary documentation and artifacts affiliated with the connectivity and test of Army programs. The contractor shall ensure the proper certification and accreditation authorities are awarded for all requiring systems involved in threat testing, representation and assessment activities for Army programs.
Interfaces with stakeholders to ensure systems are appropriately coordinated and integrated with customer requirements.
Supports analysis, hardware, software, configuration management, testing, and other required technical documents.
Supports development of system acquisition documentation, interconnection service agreements (ISAs), event agreements (EAs), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), cost estimates, and technical evaluations.
Evaluates the effects of proposed modifications and improvements on system integration and interfaces with other systems, system performance, and system operations.
• Begin developing relationships one level up and two levels down. Identify and support opportunities to expand project scope beyond current deliverable and actively share information about clients’ emerging support needs and trends with team members and management.
· Participate on proposals
Bachelors degree with 5-10 years of experience, OR a Masters degree with 3-6 years of experience OR a minimum of a High School diploma with 11-14 years of related work experience.
Prior experience working as or supporting an Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO) or Information Systems Security Manager (ISSM)
Current DoD 8570 baseline industry certification for IAM I (COMPTIA Security+)
Superior attention to detail and organizational skills.
Excellent communications skills.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Bachelor's and/or Master's degree in a related field
Prior experience with Enterprise Mission Assurance Support Service (eMASS)
Current DoD 8570 baseline industry certification for IAM II (CAP, CASP+, CISM, CISSP or Associate, GSLC, CCISO) or CSSP Auditor (C|EH, CySA+, CISA, GSNA, CFR, PenTest+)
Valid through: 3/26/2021
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