You will serve as a Program Analyst in Agency Services, Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO), Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) unit (AISOO-C).
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Who May Apply: Applications will be accepted from all U.S. citizens.
This vacancy is being filled at the GS-7 developmental level. (Full performance level: GS-13.)
At the full performance level:
- Plans and conducts detailed analyses, examinations or studies of agency regulations, policies, practices, and data in order to determine the degree of agency compliance with Executive Order 13556, "Controlled Unclassified Information," ISOO Directives, and applicable agency regulations. Responsibilities include assisting the Director in the formulation and development of policy and guidance documents for consideration by higher level policy makers in the interagency policy making process.
- Resolves problem areas brought to ISOO's attention by agencies through personal clarification or interpretation of the issues in question; by proposing new or revised procedures intended to rectify the problem; or recommending a detailed study into the matter.
- Analyzes reports and data submitted by agencies to identify deficiencies, trends, or problem areas. Prepares any narrative and/or statistical records that include these data, with recommendations as necessary resolving inconsistencies or problem areas.
- Represents the Director of ISOO in meetings and contacts with senior agency representatives. Conducts, either alone or as team leader, at assigned agencies or as specified by the Director, periodic briefings. Assists the Director in administering and supporting the CUI Advisory Council.