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This position is located in DHS's Office of Intelligence and Analysis (I&A). I&A is a member of the national Intelligence Community (IC) and ensures that information related to protecting the homeland is collected, gathered, analyzed and disseminated to the full spectrum of homeland security customers.
The incumbent serves as the Chief of Staff (COS) and trusted advisor to the Under Secretary and Principal Deputy Under Secretary for I&A. Other duties include:
- Managing the office through his or her supervision of the mission enabling areas of human capital, security, facilities, logistics, property accountability, privacy/civil liberties/civil rights compliance, and I&A executive secretariat activities.
- Serving as an advisor to the Under Secretary, Principal Deputy, and other senior I&A leadership as appropriate on all matters of interest.
- Representing I&A in a variety of senior level forums-both internal and external to DHS-requiring he or she maintain an expert knowledge of all I&A activities.
- Overseeing the accuracy, quality, and timeliness, for the Under Secretary and Principal Deputy, of all I&A communications and products distributed widely across the Department and Federal community, to include the Office of Management and Budget, Congress, the Director of National Intelligence, as well as a broad range of State, local, tribal, and private sector officials.