Leidos is providing support to DoD in Counter Threat Finance (CTF)/Threat Finance Intelligence (TFI) analysis to enable identification, detection, and provide targeting and interdiction recommendations for Counter Drug (CD)/Counter Transnational Organized Crime (CTOC)/Counter Terrorism (CT) activities. This support includes: Research and analysis of Areas of Responsibility (AOR) issues relevant to strategic effects planning; Support to the planning, organizing, and coordinating of CTF activities in respective Combatant Commands AORs, and in support of other DoD Components' efforts to support law enforcement agencies; Monitor and provide CTF/TFI-related advice on finance-oriented assessments that contribute to DoD's support to law enforcement agencies' development of case files, evidentiary material, and designation packages, to include actionable intelligence; Analyze, develop courses of action, and provide specific operational alternatives to DoD leadership, in support of DoD's responses to law enforcement agencies' requests; briefings to DoD leadership; assistance with development of TFI analysis-derived action plans, papers, reports, and target packages. This work is performed in multiple CONUS and OCONUS locations.
Leidos is seeking Senior Network Analysts experienced in all-source, criminal, network/link and financial analysis. Analysts shall perform continuous research, collection, predictive analysis, multimedia production, and dissemination to support Narcotics and Transnational Crime (NTC) support center; focus on assigned region of the world and on functional topics, including narcotics trafficking, terrorism, weapons proliferation, money laundering, and cyber threats; fuse all-source intelligence and law enforcement agency (LEA) data into actionable intelligence products that support tactical and operational efforts for LEA/Interagency (IA) mission partners.
- Provide support to LEAs, DoD elements, government IA as well as foreign partners in conducting complex, multinational, multi-faceted operations and investigations in conjunction with interagency host nation counterparts to counter transnational crime with a narcotics or terrorism nexus
- Identify and analyze plans and actions for counternarcotics (CN), counter-terrorism (CT), counter threat finance (CTF), and counter transnational crime (C-TOC) activities; assist in preparation and coordination with intelligence and operational activities, Global Combatant Commands (GCCs), other DoD and USG agencies, partner nations, and/or public/private sector as required.
- Monitor and provide advice on CN, CTF, and C-TOC assessments to support DoD and/or IA development of case files, evidentiary material, designation packages, including actionable intelligence on specific entities
- Develop briefings, reports, and short notice position papers; review and compile reports to prepare leadership and management
- Facilitate information sharing among GCCs, other DoD agencies, LEA, IA, and partner nations, public/private sector partners; attend and/or support meetings, briefings, coordination sessions, conferences, and required forums regarding CN, CT, CTF, and C-TOC issues
- Assist in identification of CN, CTF, and C-TOC intelligence requirements and capabilities among DoD and USG agencies in coordination with LEA/IA partners
- Demonstrate proficiency and perform tasks in state-of-the-art hardware and software applications to incorporate data mining, data manipulation, link/nodal analysis, graphics, and multimedia production technologies
- Experience with Analyst's Notebook (ANB)
- Bachelor's degree and 8+ years of specialized experience in a required area of expertise.
- Finance-specific analytical experience dealing with identifying / detecting, targeting, and interdicting threat, terrorist, and/or criminal finance activities, and networks. Experience shall include CTF, and may include human intelligence and signals reporting, criminal and regulatory investigations, cases for designation, and experience with Bank Secrecy Act reporting mechanisms such as Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR).
- Experience providing support to law enforcement agencies.
- Individuals shall be able to show an expert level of skill in working with U.S Government Departments and Agencies (other than DoD) in areas such as policy formulation, acquisition, finance, drug law enforcement, security, policy formulation, and at disrupting and degrading the national security threats posed by drug trafficking, piracy, transnational organized crime, and threat finance networks reasonably related to illicit drug trafficking activities. In all cases, the specialized knowledge and experience shall directly support the technical requirements of this contract.
- TS/SCI clearance with ability to obtain poly.
- Certifications such as CAMS (Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist) or CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner).
- Prepare intelligence documents through intelligence gathering using multiple intelligence sources such as HUMINT, SIGINT, GEOINT, MASINT, and OSINT to support customers, including military, intelligence, LEA, or security agencies.
- Recommend process improvements or enhancements to processes.
- Support the processing of incoming reports and messages, determining significance and reliability of incoming information. Analyze current intelligence holdings, identify potential shortfalls, gaps, and vulnerabilities to develop subsequent collection requirements.
- Monitor and maintain awareness of operational traffic relating to functional or regional areas regarding CN, CT, CTF, and C-TOC operations; provide illicit network infrastructure mapping on established targets and identify new targets;
- Develop complex analytical approaches to problems and situations for which data is incomplete, controversial, or for which no precedent exists.
- Extract, analyze, store, and incorporate data into finished intelligence products
- Assist government/NTC in providing formal and informal training specifically addressing LE regulatory and administrative aspects of the C-TOC, CN, and CTF mission sets.