AEgis Technologies

  • Program/Technology Protection Analyst

    Job Locations US-AL-Huntsville
    ID
    2018-1649
    # of Openings
    2
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    What do you get when you bring together the brightest minds and place them into an exciting, fast-paced environment that fosters intellectual growth and rewards based on impact, not tenure?

                           

    You get one of the best privately held small business headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, that provides advanced technology and expert consulting services to industries throughout the world. AEgis specializes in modeling & simulation (M&S) and micro/nanoscale technology development. Our core competencies  include simulation software and training simulators; geospatial databases; 3D models; war fighter exercise support; systems engineering and analysis; verification, validation, and accreditation (VV&A); test and evaluation support; Hardware-in-the-Loop (HWIL) and Man-in-the-Loop (MIL) simulation. AEgis' Nanogenesis Division excels in advancing cutting edge micro and nanoscale technologies from concept to deployment with applications ranging from defense to energy to biotechnology.

    Responsibilities

    Description: The candidate will Perform Program Protection duties for various programs out of CMDS.  Will provide direct support under the guidance of the Security Manager to all program product offices.  This position requires a comprehensive understanding and ability to implement Technology and Program Protection requirements as defined in Chapter 13 of DoD 5000.02, AR 70-77.  The candidate will also provide Defense Export Feasibility (DEF) support for the CMDS Program Office.  This support will provide needed modifications and updates to successfully export the IFPC system as a case for Foreign Military Sale (FMS).

     

    Duties and Responsibilities:

     

    Major duties and responsibilities include the following: (a) Identification of Critical Program Information (CPI) and Critical Technologies, (b) conduct Supply Chain Risk Analysis, (c) Threat/Vulnerability/Risk Analysis, (d) Coordination of Anti-Tamper Implementation and oversite.  Additional duties may include the following:

     

    • Development of Program Protection Plans
    • Conduct and support system documentation reviews and/or Technical Interchange Meetings (TIMs)
    • Serve as Program Lead for Critical Program Information (CPI) Assessments
    • Mission Criticality Assessments
    • Conduct Threat, Vulnerability and Risk Analysis
    • Lead effort to identify appropriate countermeasures to mitigate system vulnerabilities
    • Support Anti-Tamper (AT) Assessments and AT Plan Development
    • Support AT Verification & Validation
    • Coordinate and lead Supply Chain Risk assessments
    • Development and Maintenance of Security Classification Guides (SCG)
    • Development and Maintenance of Operational Security (OPSEC) Plan
    • Develop Technology Assessment / Control Plans to support Foreign Military Sales (FMS) activities as required
    • Develop Delegation of Disclosure Authority Letters (DDL) to support disclosure decisions and Foreign Military Sales activities as required
    • Working knowledge of DoD instruction S-5230.38 – Low Observable (LO) and Counter Low Observable (CLO) Program
    • Support the conduct of detailed assessments of a IFPC Systems of Systems
      Major End Items (MEIs).
    • Executing systems engineering analyses focused on assessment of the
      interfaces between MEIs and identify potential issues for interoperability
      with export variants of other MEIs; e.g., existing mission command (IAMD
      Battle Command System [IBCS]) and export variants; existing sensor (Sentinel
      Radar) and export variants; existing interceptor (AIM-9X Block II) and
      export variants; and Multi-Mission Launcher (MML).
    • Assisting in the identification of NRE Recoupment, Buy-Down Cost for IFP MEIs and export variants.
    • Assist in the identification of recommended changes to IFPC hardware (HW), software (SW), and MEI system interfaces needed to reduce / mitigate risk or
      potential compromise of critical information (CI) or sensitive technology in
      their export.
    • Contribute to the identification of potential design alternatives for IFPC
      necessary to achieve export objectives.
    • Support and help identify differential capabilities or protection measures
      to ensure IFPC HW, SW, technologies, and performance capabilities are not
      compromised.
    • Assist in the preparation and presentation of DEF In-Progress-Reviews, briefings and final reports.

    The successful candidate must be able to interact successfully with personnel from all branches of the military, government civilians, contractors and engineers. Supported acquisition activities range from concept exploration, related research and development projects, design and development through test and evaluation, fielding, advanced technology demonstrations, military exercises, and technology insertions into operational weapon systems.

    Qualifications

    • Qualifications: Previous experience with the duty items mentioned above with emphasis on: Previous Weapon systems hardware and/or software experience.  Experience with Air Missile and Defense Systems.   Ability to lead working groups.  Threat, vulnerability, and risk assessment experience.  Anti-tamper assessment experience. Experience with development of Secure Classification Guides and Security Plans.  Foreign Military Sales experience.  CPI assessment experience.
    • Currently holds an active Top Secret Security Clearance. SCI eligibility 

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