The Defense Group at Leidos currently has an opening for a Collection Managers in CI, All-Source, and SIGINT to work at Fort Belvoir VA, in support of our G35 INSCOM client. This is an exciting opportunity to use your experience to support the INSCOM Counterintelligence and Human Intelligence Support Services contract by providing your Collection Management expertise.
Collection Management (CM) Support:
- On an annual basis, support publication of the CI and HUMINT Operating Directives.
- On a daily basis, provide feedback to CI and HUMINT production assessments and operational and collection activity assessments.
- On a daily basis, provide feedback on the prioritization of HUMINT Collection Requirements Tasking, HUMINT operations in support of Army HUMINT Operations Cell (AHOC), Procedure 10, and source production reviews.
- Develop the annual Army Collection Program Review.
- Attend the INSCOM Targeting Review Board and provide Government leadership with written feedback for an executive summary.
- Support the Army CI Support to Research, Development, and Acquisition (CIRDA) with quarterly and annual collection assessments against tasked intelligence collection requirements.
- Support the Army Defense Critical Infrastructure (DCIP) Program and Critical Infrastructure Risk Management (CIRM) related collection with quarterly and annual collection assessments against tasked intelligence collection requirements.
- On a recurring basis, provide subject matter expertise to INSCOM senior leaders on CI and HUMINT collection management, including attending the monthly Collection Management targeting Board (CMTB). Provide Government leadership with an executive summary of the CMTB, with particular focus on CI and HUMINT equities.
- On a recurring basis, provide product resulting from tasked Intelligence Collection Requirements (ICR) gap analysis.
- Identify opportunities to collect data related to Identity Intelligence (I2) and Open Source (OSINT) and ensure that these requirements are input and sourced within various systems.
- Analyze existing efforts and prepare a monthly report on I2 and OSINT collection strategies that support INSCOM-directed efforts.
Army Collection Requirements Management:
- Identify, validate, and task CI & HUMINT collection requirements to support focus and prioritization efforts.
- Identify SIGINT collection requirements and ensure that this collection requirement is input and sourced within the SIGINT collection management system.
- Develop SIGINT collection strategies that support HQDA G-2-directed efforts.
- Coordinate ICR nominations across the Army Enterprise. Attend working groups related to DoD Collection Management reporting, requirements, and evaluations
- Develop and update Army CI & HUMINT collection capability statements (1 (one) per week).
CI & HUMINT Collection Operations Management and Source Management:
- Issue and manage INSCOM CI and HUMINT operational nicknames.
- Conduct quarterly, annual, and ad hoc assessments of HUMINT and CI reporting in support of validated operations.
- Provide Army executive administration support and, as required, augment existing manpower for the Army functional proponent for DoD CI and HUMINT collection management and source management legacy and transitioning systems and tools.
- Support the development and staffing of Army CI & HUMINT collection plans and Operational Directives for INSCOM senior leadership approval.
- Maintain the Army Source Registry, including coordinating account access and provide technical support to INSCOM Major Subordinate Commands.
- Execute checks within the Army Source Registry, as directed by policy.
- Support development of Army operations and source management policy, guidance, and procedures.
- Issue and maintain the Army Field Reporter (FRN) database, as directed by policy.
- Support AHOC’s Source Validation Boards with Source Production Reviews.
- BA degree with 4+ years or Masters with 2+. Additional experience may be considered in lieu of degree.
- Must be a US Citizen.
- Must possess a TS/SCI
- Must be willing to undergo and successfully complete a polygraph examination with No Deception Indicated (NDI) on a pre-appointment and periodic basis.
Must be a graduate of any of the following Military Department Intelligence Certifying Courses:
1. Army (Officer) – Military Intelligence Captains Career Course or Service Equivalent. Additional Skill Identifiers in an intelligence field are desired.
2. Army (Warrant) – 350F Course or Service Equivalent. Completion of Warrant Officer Intermediate Level Education and/or Additional Skill Identifiers in an intelligence field are desired.
3. Army (Enlisted) – 35F Course or Service Equivalent. Completion of Senior Leaders Course and/or Additional Skill Identifiers in an intelligence field are desired.
Experience: Minimum of 8 years combined experience in the following fields:
1. Collection Management (3 years or more)
2. All-Source Analysis (3 years or more)
* Creditable experience in distinct fields cannot be combined to meet the minimum total years (see above). College education does not substitute for experience.
Required Skills, as demonstrated in resume:
1. Understanding of Intelligence Cycle.
2. Understanding of Intelligence Support/Role in the MDMP.
3. Familiarization with Collection Management systems.
Strong personal organization communications skills to include briefing senior officers, preparing and presenting briefings, white papers, and other correspondence.
External Referral Bonus:Eligible
Potential for Telework:No
Clearance Level Required:Top Secret/SCI
Travel:Yes, 10% of the time
Scheduled Weekly Hours:40
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