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Leidos is looking to be Awarded a 7-year contract, STORMBREAKER, supporting the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) and is looking for cleared individuals familiar with domain knowledge and experience across the DNI enterprise. This contract is a paradigm shift from previous DNI FTE/Level of Effort type contracts and will be completion based, tied to government required deliverables. We are seeking skills to support 4 service areas:
- Intelligence Services: analysis and intelligence management
- Technical Services: systems integration, cybersecurity, science and technology, counterintelligence, IT project management, security, risk management
- Financial Services: financial management and the National Intelligence Program (NIP) management
- Management Services: facilities management, asset and logistics management, continuity of operations, and disclosure and classification management
The work location may be in Bethesda MD at the Intelligence Community Campus (ICC-B), or in McLean VA at Liberty Crossing
We are seeking skilled intelligence professionals with in-depth knowledge related to one or more of the designated regional or functional area of responsibility (AOR) which may include (but not limited to):
Executive Branch Security Program
Russia, Europe, Eurasia
Western Hemisphere & Transnational Crime
Climate & Global Issues
Cyber Threat Intelligence
Economic Security & Financial Intelligence
Emerging & Disruptive Technologies
Space & Space Threat
Primary Responsibilities: Intelligence Analysis
Provide all-source analytic support to the Sponsor on a range of topics. This will require producing highly technical or specialized products and producing and giving briefings for a wide range of customers. The contractor shall develop, coordinate, edit, and publish a range of products that that may include key judgements, finished intelligence products, talking points, presentations, and studies. This may include daily, periodic, and long-range publications. The contractor shall research and produce products that leverage multiple sources of information from intelligence, private, public, and foreign sources, and may require working with USG, IC, private-sector and foreign partners.
Provide end-to-end intelligence analysis support. The contractor shall monitor, sort, prioritize, and analyze intelligence traffic, to include classified and unclassified reporting and analyses. The contractor shall use methodological approaches and tools consistent with the IC's analytic and tradecraft standards to resolve key intelligence questions and shall be able to thoroughly research, identify gaps, and be able to identify trends and data anomalies through the analysis process.
Support the development, coordination, editing, and publishing of a range of products that that may include key judgements, finished intelligence products, talking points, presentations, assessments, and studies. This may include daily, periodic, and long-range publications. The contractor shall research and produce products that leverage multiple sources of intelligence and information. The contractor shall ensure information utilized is valid, relevant, and timely. The contractor shall ensure products are appropriately fact checked, classified, properly formatted, and consistent with ODNI and IC tradecraft standards.
Develop, coordinate, and implement IC-analytic assessments, to include but not limited to National Intelligence Estimates. This may require the contractor to work with USG, IC, foreign partners, academic, or private sector experts to discuss priorities and views on intelligence issues and review and draft products and coordinate production schedules.
Analytic tasks may include, but are not limited to the following. This list is not all-inclusive and not listed in prioritized order.
Identifying and analyzing threats to the United States, to include identifying trends, indications, and warnings of threats to USG personnel, programs, facilities, and national security interests.
Identifying and analyzing actors' plans, intentions, capabilities, and tradecraft.
Identifying and analyzing foreign intelligence entities' (FIE) plans, intentions, capabilities, technologies, and tradecraft. This may include, but not limited to, FIE operations such as denial and deception, information operations, malign influence, counterespionage, technology protection and illicit technology transfer, and critical asset production.
Analyzing USG efforts to counter threats.
Analyzing USG efforts to counter malign influence from foreign entities.
Identifying and analyzing emerging trends and technologies, their vulnerabilities, and the potential for creating vulnerabilities to IC tools and processes.
Analyzing damage assessments.
Identifying and analyzing supply chain risks and risk management, to include risks to processes and methods of procurement. This may include analyzing FIE's capabilities, intent, and access to disrupt, monitor, or manipulate IC supply chains.
Analyzing risks to U.S. elections, to include tracking reports of incidents across the U.S.
Identifying and analyzing cyber threats to the US and to the IC and US response actions to such threats.
Analyzing foreign companies' investments in the United States, to include evaluating the threat posed by foreign investment in the United States in support of the IC's required filings and National Security Threat Assessments.
Identifying and analyzing technically-complex scientific and technical issues.
Participating, presenting, and producing materials for working groups, workshops, and interagency forums to provide expertise and consultation.
TS/SCI with Poly
BA degree and 4+ years of prior relevant experience or Masters with 2+ years of prior relevant experience.
- Min 4 Years work experience related to the technical requirement
- Min 1 year working with or in the IC
- Min 8 Years work experience related to the technical requirement
- Min 3 year working with or in the IC
- Min 12 Years work experience related to the technical requirement
- Min 5 year working with or in the IC
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The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general guideline only and not a guarantee of compensation or salary. Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement (if any), or other law.
Leidos is a Fortune 500® technology, engineering, and science solutions and services leader working to solve the world’s toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, civil, and health markets. The company’s 46,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos reported annual revenues of approximately $14.4 billion for the fiscal year ended December 30, 2022. For more information, visit www.Leidos.com.
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