Job Overview


Department of Defense

Defense Threat Reduction Agency

The Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) makes the world safer by reducing the threat posed by weapons of mass destruction. In the 21st century few tasks are as challenging or demanding. Join this professional team and make a difference.  This position is located in the Operations, Readiness, and Exercises Directorate (J3/7), Chief of Staff Office (J3/J7CS).


WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED:  This announcement is open to the following Merit Promotion Eligibles: Current or Former Permanent Department of Defense (DoD) Civilian Federal Employees; Displaced employees (Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan - ICTAP eligible) within the Local Commuting Area; and individuals eligible for the following Special Appointing Authorities approved by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM): Veterans with a disability rating of 30% or more (DVAAP), Veterans Employment Opportunities Act (VEOA), Eligible Veterans (VRA), and Individuals with Disabilities. (Click on the links for more information regarding eligibility for these special appointment authorities: or

As an Enterprise Information System (EIS) Control Manager, you will be responsible for the following duties:  

  • Manages Operations Enterprise Information System (EIS) for both classified and unclassified taskers to include training Directorate personnel on the system.
  • Serves as an authoritative source of guidance to staff personnel regarding administrative processes and procedures in general and, specifically, those to be followed in the preparation of documents for consideration by the Director.
  • Uses automated systems on both classified and unclassified systems to present alternative versions of edited document for discussion with authors, and assists authors in understanding the nature of the recommended editorial changes.
  • Manages suspense system (both classified and unclassified) and personnel ensuring documents' adherence to format, grammatical construction, punctuation, capitalization, spelling, compounding of words, use of italics (or substitutes thereof), abbreviations, numbers, symbols, accurate use of command or organization titles (and the explanation thereof), and the proper use of military terminology.
  • Participates in weekly staff meetings and uses other appropriate means to familiarize officers and administrative personnel with editorial principals, procedures and practices.