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    Summary

    About the Position: Within the Legal Office, U.S. Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER), incumbent serves as Attorney Advisor for General and Administrative Law including service as Primary Ethics Counselor and Attorney Advisor for Fiscal Law as it applies to the missions and functions of the Command which is the Army Service Component Command to U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM).

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    Responsibilities

    • Provides oral/written legal advice, on Joint Ethics Regulations (JER), Standards of Conduct Act, the prohibited conflicts of interest set forth in 18 USC ? 201-291, Ethics in Government Act, statutes, Executive Order 11222 and DoD Directive 5500.7
    • Coordinates with groups on sensitive issues or complex policy matters raised by conflicts of interest.
    • Reviews all interservice, interdepartmental, interagency, or international agreements proposed for signature by any ARCYBER Official for compliance with appropriate Army Regulations (ARs).
    • Provides legal advice relating to the organization, powers, and functions of the Command. Provides oral and written legal advice, assistance, and opinions on organizational regulations, statutes, Executive Orders, and directives.
    • Advises on and conducts legal reviews of command investigations.
    • Advises Command Officials on policies and procedures in the field of appropriated fund acquisitions and allied matters to include reports of any violation of 31 USC 13451, 31 U.S.C. 1342, and 31 USC 1517.
    • Coordinates with the SJA and the servicing Military Justice office to ensure the proper administration and tracking of disciplinary matters.
    • Provides limited legal advice and assistance to members of the Armed Forces on active duty and subject to the availability of resource, to other eligible personnel regarding their personal legal affairs.
    • Serves as the Alternate Freedom of Information Officer for ARCYBER, responsible for legal guidance and staff supervision on all information or documents requested under the Freedom of Information Act.
    • Represent ARCYBER, as needed, and provide legal advice to Command Officials on any matter relating to the administration of ARCYBER personnel and contractor employees.
    • Conducts training on the Joint Ethics Regulation, post-employment restrictions, and rules for ethical conduct for Command officials and employees.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    14

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    0905 Attorney

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