Cross Domain System Architect
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has a continuing requirement for Secure Enterprise Network Systems, Services, & Support (SENS3) for the continued operations and maintenance and evolution of the Homeland Secure Data Network (HSDN) and the Classified Local Area Network (C-LAN). This requirement was previously called Enterprise Networked Services Support (ENSS).
The candidate must support Cross Domain Solutions (CDS) and provide support in a manner that ensures minimal to no service disruption to the SENS3 mission and networks. The candidate is required to be a cross domain subject matter expert and architect future enhancements to the SENS3 CDS systems and solutions in accordance with the Government-approved PWS, Government-approved SLAs, and security policies.
-15+ years’ experience installing, administering, maintaining, and auditing cross domain guard devices. Knowledge of bi-directional transfer between multiple networks of different classification levels, transmission protocol types and partner organizations. Experience in operating and maintaining cross domain equipment, filters, guards, rule sets, and certifications. Knowledge of UCDMO, NIST, and CNSSI standards for cross domain services. DHS Experience, Raytheon/ForcePoint High Speed Guard or ISSE Guard experience.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Typically requires Masters with 15 – 20 years of prior relevant experience or Doctorate with 13 – 16 years of prior relevant experience.
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