About the Position: This position is in the Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System (DCIPS). Employees occupying DCIPS positions are in the Excepted Service and must adhere to U.S. Code, Title 10, as well as Department of Defense Instruction 1400.25. This position is located at the ST-APF-W2TZ05 HUMAN RES MANAGEMENT DIR.Learn more about this agency
ANNOUNCEMENT AMENDED TO CHANGE CLOSING DATE FROM 02/15/2019 TO 02/08/2019.
- Serves as the Army Futures Command (AFC) Foreign Disclosure Officer (FDO) in the office of the Directorate of Intelligence (DoI); responsible for the development and implementation of the Foreign Disclosure (FD) program and processes.
- Serve as Program Manager and Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Foreign Disclosure (FD); provide expert and authoritative advice and recommendations for all FD-related matters.
- Ensure that the command security program philosophy, techniques and regulatory requirements are used to resolve routine to complex security policy and procedural problems related to FD programs throughout AFC.
- Make persuasive recommendations which typically result in agreement to improve or gain support for specific FD administration functions.
- Conduct security oversight inspections and staff-assistance visits as they pertain to FD management throughout AFC.
- Maintain and coordinate oversight of support personnel and operations for functions related to FD. Coordinate and facilitate Requests for Visit Authorization (RVAs) for foreign personnel.
- Maintain a Delegation of Disclosure Authority Letters (DDL) that authorizes disclosure Classified Military Information (CMI) and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI).
- Review all material (verbal, visual, and documentary) to ensure releasability IAW AR 380-10.
- Conduct FD training and education for all AFC staff.
- Plan and prepare FD Operational / Exercise Support. Assist in program protection planning / tech protection specific to FD.
- Coordinate with Counterintelligence regarding FD security incidents involving foreign visitors. Review and process Requests for Information (RFIs) from foreign embassies IAW NDP-1 and AR 380-10.
- Interpret and adapt guidelines, Executive Orders, directives, regulations and work directions for application to specific security requirements and problems.
- Review, analyze and recommend positive courses of actions to unique FD-related security problems not resolvable by application of standard regulatory requirements.
- Solutions developed often result in new/improved security methods, approaches or procedures.
- Serve as alternate Information Security (INFOSEC) Specialist / Classification Manager (CM) for AFC. Support personnel and operations for functions related to the INFOSEC program.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel up to 20% business based travel per year.
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