CIO G6 Program Manager
The candidate will work in support of the US Army Intelligence School of Excellence (USAICoE) Chief Information Officer/G6 (CIO/G6) in support of training and training related operations, located primarily at Fort Huachuca, AZ. The duties and responsibilities of the candidate may include but are not limited to the following:
The Program Manager shall oversee all activities within the USAICoE Primary Work Statement, which include but are not limited to tasks, deliverables, products, implementations, installations, operations, maintenance, system and network management, monitoring, cyber security, and data governance, while delivering and maintaining protections, confidentiality, integrity and availability of all systems within the G6 area of responsibility for end users
The Program Manager shall fully staff to meet operational mission, assistance demand, and brief the Contracting Officer Representative (COR) or Contracting Officer Technical Representative (COTR) results and work load.
The Program Manager shall on a weekly and monthly basis provide a technical status brief as requested by the Government and provide emergency, daily, weekly and monthly technical reports outlining their completed tasks, any outages that occurred over the period (daily, weekly, monthly) and trouble tickets and Information Technology Requests actioned
The Program Manager shall notify the COR with personnel status and changes including but not limited to availability, termination, vacancies, temporary duty and non-availability for accountability.
The Program Manager shall notify and return employee equipment and badges to the COR when personnel are no longer associated with the contract.
The Program Manager shall use established Army procedures and processes for tracking and maintaining positive control and accountability of all Government Furnished Property (GFP) used within the context of this mission.
The Program Manager shall adhere to established guidance for mission support, including but not limited to Federal, National, DoD, Army, TRADOC regulations, standards, policies, procedures, guidance, best business practices (http://iase.disa.mil/) pertaining to information technology and computing.
The Program Manager shall assist the Government in defining system and network solutions and setting applicable targets for mission support.
The Program Manager shall assist the Government with forecasting of emerging technologies that can create efficiencies and provide recommendations related to system and network operations, including, but not limited to additions, reductions, technology refreshes, cyber security and information assurance tools and procedures, data governance, cost savings, life-cycle replacement, maintenance and improved efficiency to maintain an operational mission advantage.
The Program Manager shall assist the Government to draft, prepare, and maintain records, that will aid with and document the operation of the USAICoE systems architecture and shall retain all records per the DoD, ARMY and TRADOC records management and FOIA program.
The Program Manager shall assist with drafting a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) and/or System of Records Notice (SORN) for all systems and architectures for identifying and assessing privacy risks, and determining what systems are subject to the Privacy Act of 1974, as amended for assigning a SORN.
The Program Manager shall ensure all measures taken during the performance of this contract comply with USAICoE CIO/G6 standards and procedures, regulations, directives, or other DoD or Army guidance in order to maintain security and/or accountability compliance of the networks and systems
TS/SCI security clearance
MS degree in Telecommunications or Computer Science
Ten years of experience in network engineering
Experience with Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems
Military Information Technology experience
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