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    About the Position:
    This position is under the supervision of the Business Management Directorate, Information Management & Support Directorate. The referral list generated by this announcement may be used to fill future vacancies in other organizations throughout the Integrated Logistics Support Center (ILSC).  The ILSC is responsible for sustaining war fighting readiness and managing a large part of the Army's investment in war fighting capacity as integrators of nearly 3,000 weapon systems that form the core of the Army's war fighting capability.

    TACOM is located in Southeastern Michigan, north of Detroit, with nearby universities, world-class museums, art galleries, concert halls, golf courses, and collegiate and professional athletic venues. We provide flexible work schedules depending on the mission and free on-site parking.

    TACOM generates, provides and sustains mobility, lethality, and survivability for soldiers, other U.S. Military services, and our allies, all to ensure Army readiness today, tomorrow, and beyond. TACOM's military and civilian associates develop and implement technology and logistics solutions for the soldier. From Tank-Automotive and Armaments weapon systems research and development through retirement, TACOM's associates provide cradle-to-grave support to America's armed forces.  The soldier is truly the focus of everything we do.

    Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens

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    You will administer and monitor implementation of a Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process; review certification and accreditation documentation to ensure it is compliant with standards; review risk assessments and analyzes impact of potential vulnerabilities. Independently develop procedures to generate and maintain required documentation to include the System Identification Plan (SIP), the Implementation Plan, and System Security policy. Independently develops guidance and assists subordinates through the Definition, Verification, Validation, and Post Accreditation phases. Incumbent will determine, formulate, and make effective Information Assurance (IA) policy and establish IA guidelines for the command. Establishes procedures within the command to document status of business information system and weapons/combat information system accreditation. Incumbent develops IA courses and subject matter for training the command's IA professionals and ensures IA training requirements are met. Responsible for determining, formulating, and writing policy, guidelines, and procedures to oversee the IA Assessment and Vulnerability Program and ensure it is implemented and effective in all associated commands/locations. The incumbent works closely with organizations to identify Information Assurance (IA) resource requirements and seeks necessary funding. Incumbent develops the annual IA Program budget obligations plan and monitors allocated funds to achieve full and effective execution of the obligations plan. Sets and establishes the different requirements to develop and implement information systems security technology and procedures, to include Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and biometrics technologies that address access control and authentication of users and transmitted information. Determines what the specifications and standards should be for any procured Information Assurance (IA) software, hardware, or services and decides or directs the procurements of IA software, hardware, or services needed to protect organization systems and networks.


    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - 15%

    Supervisory status


    Who May Apply

    This job is open to…

    United States Citizens

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This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/464654700. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.