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Job Locations US-MD-Rockville
Use your Training and Business Analyst skills to help scientists understand the most complex system in the universe, the human brain!     This is an unprecedented opportunity to use your skills helping advance our understanding of the human brain by building a research data sharing / computational science infrastructure directly supporting neurosciences research. As a Training Specialist/Business Analyst, you will be supporting the mission of NIMH, the lead federal agency for research on mental disorders to enable data from billions of dollars in investment in autism, depression, suicide prevention, PTSD, substance abuse, alcoholism, etc., to be made securely available to scientists from around the world. This is a massive peta-scale data services infrastructure and data archive which houses, harmonizes, and shares human-subjects data aimed to accelerate the progress of research in mental health.   Please Note:  - This position requires either US citizenship or the possession of a valid & active Green card, with the ability to pass the background investigation to obtain access to federal work sites and/or systems.  - This position will be Remote/Telecommute until the COVID situation is resolved and our client OK's a return to the work site; - This position is supporting our wrap-up of a current contract, and is currently expected to last through September, 2021. This date is subject to change.    Duties and Responsibilities - Analyzing and evaluating the current business processes and identifying areas in need of improvement or development. - Researching and reviewing up-to-date business processes and new IT advancements to make the NIMH Data Archive program more modern; - Create initiatives depending on the business’s requirements and needs; - Developing metrics to ensure project and program performance; - Collaborate with users and stakeholders; - Proven expertise creating and modifying technical documents - Documenting new procedures and processes. - Working closely with senior NIMH and Gryphon management. - Working closely with the NIMH research community and Gryphon staff to develop, train, track and deliver training on how to get and use scientific data through the NDA infrastructure; - Support our Grants Data Coordinator and serving as primary point of contact for training inquiries regarding data sharing and the NDA system; - Working with Principal Investigators around the world to support the acceleration of scientific and mental health research; - Being an expert on NIH Program and Grants Management policies, procedures, and practices; - Prior experience working in a fast moving matrix team environment. - Coordinating and tracking internal training efforts to include on boarding of new staff and required staff training.  
ID
2021-7212
Job Locations US-WA-Bremerton | US-VA-Norfolk
  - Support the CVN Class Aircraft Carriers by providing on-site/off-site Material Assessment Team (MAT) Leader support to the Type Commander (TYCOM).   - Coordinate with CVN TYCOM (CNAL/CNAP) N43 and N9 , and conduct all Ship’s Force Resource Knowledge Sharing Network (KSN) Assessments (A-6, A-2, A-1.5 and Mid.).  Document and distribute the results of the Assessments in accordance with the Ship’s Force Resource Manual for Aircraft Carrier Availability Planning and Execution.  Brief Ship’s Force Leadership, Project Team Leadership, TYCOM N43 and N9 Staff, KSN Process Masters and Working Group Leads as required to coordinate resolutions or resolve process issues found during the assessments.    - Support TYCOM N43 and N9 staffs, Project Teams and Ship’s Force, to ensure Ships are ready to transition from operations into maintenance phases and back to operations.  Be an active member of the SFR and PPM KSNs, to include addressing recurring deficiencies found during assessments and focus on resolving Ship’s Force related issues.   - Provide feedback to the SFR KSN Process Master regarding processes outlined in the Ship’s Force Resource Manual that need further clarification or revision based on assessment finding.   Candidate will: When not actively planning, accomplishing, or completing required assessments, the employee will act in the KSN Staff capacity: - Provide Knowledge Management, Process Improvement, facilitation, and administrative expertise to Carrier Team One (CT1) KSNs, Process Review Teams, or Working Groups as assigned. - Apply knowledge management principles to KSNs, Process Review Teams, or Working Groups as assigned. - Coordinate, facilitate and execute meetings, create formal templates and reports, and focus groups on work that will promote CT1 shared vision. - Train and encourage the use of the CT1 Portal, discussion forum, and Proven Practice Replication System. - Set-up meetings that promote both advocacy and inquiry and train KSN members on skillful discussion and dialogue that will lead to team learning and foster system thinking when evaluating problem definitions and process improvements.
ID
2021-7211
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
We provide Scientific, Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) support to Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in Arlington, VA. For sixty years, DARPA has held to a singular and enduring mission: to make pivotal investments in breakthrough technologies for national security.   We have an immediate need for a Business Financial Manager (BFM) in  support of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's (DARPA) Biological Technologies Office (BTO).   Duties will include but are not limited to: - Formulating program acquisition strategy and making sound recommendations to the Program Manager based upon a thorough knowledge of all business issues related to the program(s) - Preparing funding documentation and procurement packages for DARPA performer contracts resulting from Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs) and other solicitations - Monitoring and reporting program commitments, obligations, expenditures, contract performance, and program status execution to include program milestones, schedule and cost. - Assisting in the preparation of program plans and quarterly review documentation - Creating and maintaining definitive documentation files for each program - Travel may be required up to 10% of the time - Work will be performed on-site
ID
2021-7210
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
We provide Scientific, Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) support to Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in Arlington, VA. For sixty years, DARPA has held to a singular and enduring mission: to make pivotal investments in breakthrough technologies for national security.   We have an immediate need for a Sr. Scientist / Engineer in support of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's (DARPA) Biological Technologies Office (BTO).  Candidates will support the development and management of new and existing programs focused on creating systems that incorporate engineered biological components to address material degradation, develop novel materials, and optimize warfighter readiness.   Ideal candidates will be well-versed in systems biology either in the study of microorganisms or in biomedical applications. Candidates having prior government contracting support experience, experience in development of new start programs, source selection, and interactions with program performers at ARPA organizations, are preferred.  The ideal candidate will have demonstrable experience in engineering prokaryotic and eukaryotic cellular systems via genome editing or recombineering techniques to introduce switchable constructs as genetic logic elements.  Additional experience with hardware/software development for data acquisition and analysis will be viewed favorably.   Duties will include but are not limited to:  - Supporting a program(s) within the Biological Technologies Office - Briefing support and general administrative actions in support of the program(s) - Data analysis - Travel may be required up to 10% of the time
ID
2021-7208
Job Locations US-CA-San Diego | US-WA-Silverdale
 Provide ILS and configuration management and assistance, including research and analysis in support of CNAP staff personnel.  Assistance includes the identification of ILS elements, including parts and training needed to support shipboard systems; 3M maintenance and material self-assessment efforts; management and oversight of the ALRE Allowance Protection Team (AAPT) and ALRE mission critical allowances, and oversight of the ALRE CVN Forward Deployed Naval Forces (FDNF) material list;  research ALRE Fleet COSAL feedback reports, provide remote ILS support to all west coast CVN; ILS tracking and processing of deliverables associated with Alteration Installation Teams (AIT) such as NAWC Service Changes or Alterations and shipboard modernization; resolution of ILS deficiencies and support of the CNAP Carrier Maintenance Support Centers, Naval Tactical Command Support Systems (NTCSS) and Maintenance Figure of Merit (MFOM), and Technical Library Management System program applications support.   Develop and/or update training schedules, naval messages and POA&M for OMMS-NG/AWN, CSMP Management, ASMMR ILS and technical assist/assessment visits. The contractor shall provide in the schedule or POA&M a timeline showing the training dates for each functional area by hull (each hull should receive four sessions of one -week MSC refresher training classes and one session of 3 weeks OMMS-NG user training per year).   Validation Program and Self Assessment management training should be included in, or scheduled in conjunction with, OMMS-NG training wherever practical. The timeline shall include the classroom location and instructor for each class scheduled.    As required by CNAP, analyze the accuracy and completeness of the ships 3M Maintenance and Material Data reporting to NAVSEALOGCEN (NSLC) from OMMS-NG and R-Supply data.   Document the findings of the evaluation in a report detailing discrepant and less than fully functional work processes for each functional area listed in SOW paragraphs (d) and (e) above and/or as specified in references (a), (b), and (j). Interface with CNAP N432 for specific report format and content. The report shall include a recommended corrective action for each reported item and overall conclusions and recommendations for MSC current process and procedural improvements.
ID
2021-7206
Job Locations US-Telework / Remote / Virtual / Telecommuting / Home Based | US-VA | US-DC-Washington | US-VA-Chesapeake
The selected candidate will be responsible for the development of intelligence and data analysis that helps inform winning bid strategies for significant capture efforts across all lines of business. We are seeking an individual who possesses advanced research and analytical skills to include statistical and market trend analyses. This position is eligible for teleworking.   Responsibilities: - Work independently and in collaboration with the capture team and leadership to provide opportunity-focused customer and competitor analyses - Utilize public domain information and industry market research tools to deliver competitive intelligence and recommendations in support of bid specific Price-to-Win (PTW) efforts - Assess competitor capabilities against end-customer requirements in the solicitation documents - Coordinate and lead Competitive Assessment strategy sessions to collect and develop customer and competitor intelligence - Analyze customer award trends and collect and analyze competitor cost/price data to support bottom up PTW analyses - Maintain databases, processes, competitive intelligence, and modeling tools - Perform other responsibilities associated with this position as may be appropriate
ID
2021-7205
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
GENERAL DUTIES:   Gryphon is looking for a Security Program Manager in Philadelphia, PA. The Security Program Manager will provide support to NSWCPD C225.       
ID
2021-7204
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Gryphon Technologies is seeking a Combat System Engineer, located in Washington, DC.   Candidate will provide technical leadership to accomplish SSDS combat systems tasking in areas such as: requirements definition, functional allocation, systems development, software specification development, hardware definition, baseline management, test, engineering, evaluation, safety, cyber security, and certification.  Examples of desired experience include: • Expertise in leading Model Based Systems Engineering approaches as it relates to combat system development and sustainment. • Expertise in Program Management, Systems Engineering, Modeling and Simulation, Joint Integrated Air and Missile Defense, U.S. Navy Combat Systems and Naval Operations. • Experience with the identification, analysis and resolution of complex systems engineering issues involving Navy weapon and combat systems. • Experience composing technical documents including configuration management concepts, proposals and reports in accordance with technical documentation guidelines and standards. • Expertise in strategic planning and coordination and vast familiarity with senior and flag level interaction, including new program initiatives.
ID
2021-7203
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
GENERAL DUTIES:   Gryphon is looking for a System Administrator III in Philadelphia, PA. The Senior System Administrator will provide support to NSWCPD C225, who is responsible for management and associated system engineering services for NSWCPD's In-Service Ships & Cross Platform Engineering Group. Specific duties will include management and support for the System Health Assessment (Access Database) as well as development and maintenance of web applications integrating the SHA into the NSWCPD Intranet site. This will include development of front-end and back-end architecture and conversion of the Access Database into an Oracle database.      
ID
2021-7202
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
GENERAL DUTIES:   Gryphon is looking for a Senior System Administrator in Philadelphia, PA with information-technology and computer programming experience at NSWCPD and NAVSEA SEA 21.       
ID
2021-7201
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
Develop a small business engagement plan for a Navy ship acquisition program.   Manage the Small Business Innovative Research and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) portfolio for a new shipbuilding program, including program funding, technology readiness, logistics support requirements, ship integration issues, and delivery of systems and associated documentation.
ID
2021-7199
Job Locations US-VA-Portsmouth
The Surface Maintenance Engineering, Planning, Program (SURFMEPP) maintains, monitors, and refines Class-wide and Individual-Ship Maintenance Plans for all non-nuclear surface ships to ensure material readiness for the projected service life, develop life-cycle strategies to address system upgrades, and fully implement the Class Maintenance Plan into each surface ship's maintenance schedule and availability planning process.   SURFMEPP is headquartered at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, VA.   The SURFMEPP Executive Support position supports Surface Maintenance Engineering Planning Program (SURFMEPP) Senior Leadership. Manages technical support provided to the Executive Office with specific focus on processes and products associated with the command level external communications. The SURFMEPP Executive Support Liaison will be responsible for assisting SURFMEPP Senior leadership with the following:   - Assists the Commanding Officer and Deputy with development and execution of external communication plans, management of senior Navy leadership communications, management of internal command communications, monitoring of command level special projects and coordination of executive level actions. - Promotes continuous quality improvement and efficiency of technical support services. - Provide executive support and coordination for Command information sessions and briefings. - Develop, manage and provide continuous support of graphical briefs and presentations for flag officer or Senior Executive Service customers. - Coordinate and track all Special Project initiatives required and directed by Executive leadership. - Develop and continually update progress reports, metrics, and technical analysis as requested to support both short- and long-term command-wide projects for Commanding Officer (or Military O6 level).  
ID
2021-7195
Job Locations US-WA-Silverdale
GENERAL DUTIES: - Provide onsite support, conduct data collection, and act as test assistants for CNSP TCIP events - Perform data entry, data analysis, training, supervision and program management support for TCIP events. - Provide Ship Support for TCIP events including the preparation, planning, onsite assessment, post assessment reporting, and related technical support along with data collection and entry. - Provide onsite support, process/track/draft messages for Electronic Target Configuration Data, Risk Assessments, and Late-Adds and ship alterations using the NAVSEA Data Environment (NDE).
ID
2021-7194
Job Locations US-CA-Chula Vista
GENERAL DUTIES: - Provide onsite support, conduct data collection, and act as test assistants for CNSP TCIP events - Perform data entry, data analysis, training, supervision and program management support for TCIP events. - Provide Ship Support for TCIP events including the preparation, planning, onsite assessment, post assessment reporting, and related technical support along with data collection and entry. - Provide onsite support, process/track/draft messages for Electronic Target Configuration Data, Risk Assessments, and Late-Adds and ship alterations using the NAVSEA Data Environment (NDE).
ID
2021-7193
Job Locations US-CA-Chula Vista
  GENERAL DUTIES: - Assist in advising the N6 and Deputy on matters regarding C5I readiness and assessment. - Advise the N6 and Deputy on matters regarding development, evaluation, adequacy and currency of Force tactics and doctrine. - Responsible for fleet combat systems readiness, maintenance and Force configuration management in accordance with published policy, directives, and plans. - Responds to emergent maintenance requirements for C4I/Combat Systems/Weapons systems. - Monitors the efforts of technical support activities and material and supply codes to ensure resources are applied in a timely and effective manner. - Advise the N6 and Deputy on all Ashore and Afloat Computer Network and Computer Network Security modernization, installation, configuration, technical support, and repair issues. This support will include coordinating relationships with organizations with Computer Network and Network Security equities including CNSL, FLTCYBERCOM, NETWARCOM, NAVIFOR, NCDOC and USFFC. - Identify C5I-related hardware and software deficiencies and initiate corrective action. - Monitor new developments in Combat Systems technology. - Coordinate: (1) Force personnel manning requirements with other staff directorates to maintain the required degree of operational combat systems readiness of the Force.(2) Training requirements with cognizant directorates. (3) The submission of recommended changes in officer and enlisted personnel allowances and organizational staff civilian, officer and enlisted manning requirements. (4) By supporting N41 on the requirements, positioning, distribution and allocation of missiles, gunnery ordnance and torpedoes. - Maintain liaison with the functions of the Surface Warfare Development Group (SWDG). - Maintain cognizance over the functions of Combat Systems Operational Sequencing System (CSOSS).
ID
2021-7191
Job Locations US-CA-Chula Vista
- General Duties: - Supports Force Combat Systems and Electronic Material Readiness Support Officer with RADAR, navigation and TDL systems while expediting technical assistance and parts delivery support to confirm the adequacy of each. - Assess interoperability problems with each strike group in conjunction with NAVIFOR Deploying Group System Interoperability Testing (DGSIT) and Strike Force Interoperability (SFIO) and provides recommendations to improve interoperability and functionality. - Advise and assist on policies, equipment status, readiness, and training. - Manages waterfront maintenance projects for Tactical Data Links (TDLs), shipboard tactical computer systems (non-weapon) and developmental systems, which may replace or augment these systems. - Monitors and advises on research and development programs in maintenance and operation and technical training requirements as well. - Manages maintenance projects for search radars, inertial navigation systems, satellite navigation systems, TACAN, radar display systems and developmental systems, which may replace or augment these systems. - Maintains cognizance regarding on-going research and development programs in radar, navigation, display, interior/exterior communications and TACAN systems, as well as training and maintenance. - Investigates technical and operational deficiencies in equipment, training and support to confirm the adequacy of each. - Represents COMNAVSURFPAC at C5I-related systems, progress/program reviews and training/rating reviews and seminars.  
ID
2021-7190
Job Locations US-CA-Chula Vista
General Duties: - Assists the Deputy ACOS C5I Officer in the performance of their duties. - Principal Assistant to the Deputy ACOS C5I Officer as the Technical Advisor/Lifecycle Support Manager for technical and material issues related to the maintenance of Combat Systems. Determines material condition and makes technical recommendations regarding alterations, repairs, and maintenance procedures. - Review developmental combat system programs for Force employment, application, interoperability, and synergy with existing weapons/sensor/data link processor systems. - Assist as Combat System subject matter expert assisting other COMNAVSURFPAC codes as necessary. - Provide support as COMNAVSURFPAC representative to various warfare conferences, working groups and symposia. - Provides technical/tactical review of combat systems program developments. - Provides customer service to the fleet providing guidance on current maintenance and training instructions and requirements. - Responsible for review and verification of Naval Training Plans (NTPs), Class Tactical Manuals (CTMs), Combat Systems Technique and procedure manuals (CSTPs) and applicable instructions to ensure accuracy, completeness and currency. - Develop research and prepare War Fighting Improvement Program (WFIP) messages concerning various tactical and technical Combat System issues. - Maintain a close working relationship with both the technical community and waterfront; represent fleet requirements and provides fleet feedback to the development/production process. - Responsible for the development of maintenance strategies for emerging and legacy C4I systems. Technical liaison with OPNAV, Program Offices, ISEAs and technical support agencies to develop maintenance programs. Monitors the accomplishment of Pier-side Enhancement Programs (PEP) and effect process improvements to ensure maximum fleet combat readiness. - Technical advisor to the staff for C4I issues on new construction ships. Monitors the development of new combat systems planned for fleet introduction. Provides technical input for combat systems to ship class modernization programs. - Provides support for COMNAVSURFPAC at C5I-related fleet technical working groups and maintenance conferences.  
ID
2021-7189
Job Locations US-CA-Chula Vista
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Force Information Warfare Officer is responsible for all matters related to Intelligence, Electronic Warfare, Cyber Operations, Operational Security (OPSEC), Military Deception (MILDEC), Military Information Support Operations (MISO) and Cryptologic policy, programs, functions and procedures in support of COMNAVSURFPAC’s administrative control responsibilities. Through:   GENERAL DUTIES: - Under the direction of the N6, advise and assist in the execution of duties related to - Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Cryptologic matters in support of the COMNAVSURFPAC combatants. - Serve as the Force Information Warfare Officer taking cognizance and appropriate actions in all matters relating to Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Cryptology within the COMNAVSURFPAC and subordinate commands. - Direct, coordinate and assist with the identification, definition, assessment, integration and execution of Intelligence, Electronic Warfare, and Cryptologic manning, training and equipment requirements in accordance with established direction and policies. - Manage and coordinate all aspects of Information/ Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Cryptologic equipment and projects related to special programs to include development, - evaluation, training, employment and readiness of systems through close liaison with OPNAV N2/N6, NAVIFOR, Fleet Commanders and system commands as appropriate. - Advise the Commander (via the N6) on critical aspects of integration, evaluation, certification and operation of Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Cryptologic equipment within COMNAVSURFPAC and subordinate commands. - Provide direction and oversight in support of Intelligence, Electronic Warfare, and Cryptologic programs ensuring full integration into maintenance, training, supply, manning and employment cycles for efficient transition to operating forces. - Address national-level Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Cryptologic issues that have strategic implications and long-term impacts on the surface community through national tactical interface. - Serve as principal staff point of contact for integrating Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Cryptologic systems and associated tactics with ongoing/evolving Navy efforts. - Represent COMNAVSURFPAC at various training reviews, working groups and operational advisory groups. Represent fleet requirements and provides fleet feedback to the development/production process.
ID
2021-7188
Job Locations US-CA-Chula Vista
GENERAL DESCRIPTION:   Assists the N6 in the performance of their duties related to Information Technology (IT) programs and policies for ashore commands within COMNAVSURFPAC clamancy including headquarters IT support and naval message traffic.   GENERAL DUTIES: - Serves as Information Technology Architect. Bridge Functional Management requirements with Information Management solutions. - Researches future innovative C4 requirements and needs. - Serves as Information Systems Life Cycle Manager (ISLCM) and project approval authority. - Manages and monitors incremental modernization projects for ashore claimancy computer systems and communications suites. - Develops and oversees the execution of long and short-range information technology budget and procurement planning. - Develops strategy, implements and oversees COMNAVSURFPAC ashore Navy IT Enterprise. - Final approval authority on all Next Generation Intranet (NGEN) policies and directives. - Review data call information for consistency and completeness. COMNAVSURFPAC representative to the NGEN stakeholder council hosted by USFFC. - Supervise support staff that provides the Information Technology support to the COMNAVSURFPAC Headquarters staff. - Administers communications for the COMNAVSURFPAC Headquarters through the Communications Center Leading Chief Petty Officer.  
ID
2021-7187
Job Locations US-CA-Chula Vista
General Duties:   Serve as principal advisor to ACOS, Combat Systems, Cyber and C4I on statistical studies and analysis for combat systems, cyber (information and naval control systems) and C4I equipment. Through: - Maintains liaison with all codes within N6 and coordinates inputs to N6 on recent/latest developments in support of combat systems, cyber and C4I equipment. - Works independently to resolve issues of conflict arising from varying philosophies on data collection and reporting requirements for TSRA/C5RA with TYCOMs participating in the Troubled Systems Process (TSP) program including CNAL, CNAP, CSL, CSP, and CNSL. - Plans, coordinates and conducts training to subordinate commands relating to statistical processes used in the TSP program, data collection and reporting criteria for troubles systems. - Responsible for the management of the TSRA C5I program, including process evaluation and improvement. - COMNAVSURFPAC C5I primary point of contact for the Troubled Systems Process (TSP), Top Management Attention/Top Management Issues (TMA/TMI) process. In this capacity, supports USFFC /CPF (N43) in providing analytical and programmatic approach to problem solving. - Provides oversight and guidance to the Fleet Combat Systems Operational Sequencing System Development and Implementation Team in providing CSOSS to all non-Aegis fleet users. - Reviews TSRA data and identify equipment recommended for depot level repair. Coordinate the efforts of Regional Maintenance Centers, System In-Service Engineering Agents (ISEAs), Program Offices and fleet units in planning and executing depot/pier side repairs. - Identifies and tracks funding requirement for, N6 Engineering Support Contractors, West Coast SESEF Ranges, BMD Ship Riders and NAVWAR’s C4I SOT and processes funding request to N43 for approval and processing. - Ability to travel to CONUS/OCONUS ships/shore stations - Ability to conduct cyberspace operations training (Information and Naval Control Systems) - Cyberspace Operations Subject Matter Expert (SME) Support - Understands key man, train, equip and performance elements to perform Readiness Support - Provide Meeting Support - Provide Network Baseline Compliance Support (Hardware, Software, Firmware, Patches) - Conduct Curriculum Development - Provide Readiness Trends Analysis - Be conversant in the Risk Management Framework process and provide support - Be knowledgeable about Traditional Security - Be knowledgeable about the Cybersecurity Work Force (CSWF) per SECNAVINST M-5239.2 - Provide oversight and direction for COMNAVSURFPAC surface ship Cyber Operations readiness, assisting shore commands, squadrons and individual ships as necessary to ensure maximum readiness. - Perform COMNAVSURFPAC review of Cyber Operations tactical developments and publications. - Develop, research, and prepare War Fighting Improvement Program (WFIP) messages concerning various tactical and Travel and embark on surface platforms as necessary to coordinate and evaluate Cyber Operations manning, training and equipment. - Ability to travel to CONUS/OCONUS ships/shore stations - Ability to conduct cyberspace operations training (Information and Naval Control Systems) - Cyberspace Operations Subject Matter Expert (SME) Support - Understands key man, train, equip and performance elements to perform Readiness Support - Provide Meeting Support - Provide Network Baseline Compliance Support (Hardware, Software, Firmware, Patches) - Conduct Curriculum Development - Provide Readiness Trends Analysis - Be conversant in the Risk Management Framework process and provide support - Be knowledgeable about Traditional Security - Be knowledgeable about the Cybersecurity Work Force (CSWF) per SECNAVINST M-5239.2
ID
2021-7186