The incumbent serves as the Principal Advisor, Enterprise Protection Program (EPP) and reports to the Associate Administrator on enterprise protection issues. The incumbent is responsible for establishing and leading cross-Agency EPP protection vulnerability, susceptibility, and mitigation assessments for NASA missions and activities to identify and introduce protection recommendations into existing requirements, budgeting acquisition, and cooperation development processes.Learn more about this agency
The Principal Advisor for Enterprise Protection Program may be responsible for tasks in the programmatic and organizational area that may extend to improvement in efficiency, cost efficiency, and timeliness of performance. Additional responsibilities include:
- Serves as the agency representative to the National Security Community, specifically the jointly established Defense and Intelligence Community's Space and Security Defense Program and similar entities/functions, working closely with the Office of International and Interagency Relations on issues relating to enterprise protection.
- Develops, manages, operates, and chairs an Enterprise Protection Board (Board) consisting of Associate Administrators from each mission Directorate including Mission Support, and Chiefs from each mission support offices such as the Chief Engineer; Chief, Safety and Mission Assurance; and Chief Information Officer. The Board is chartered under the authority of, and reports to, the Agency Program Management Council.
- Provides senior level advice to Agency senior leadership and other department of Defense, Department of State, Intelligence Communities, and other International Entities on technical matters concerning the EPP. This may involve policies and technologies, coordination of operational decisions, formulation of coordinated and complementary and integrated development plans and agreements, and/or the transfer of knowledge and data among the civil, defense, and intelligence space communities. The interfaces with National Security involve discussions with personnel on classified matters and cannot be described in detail in an open forum.
- Represents the Agency in decision and commitment formulation which by National Security community protocols are "seniors only."
- Serves as the Agency lead advisor for the NASA EPP, providing advisory services in which recommendations and issues from existing or new agency cyber, space, institutional, national security, and mission protection working groups will go through the Principal Advisor and report to the EPP Board that reports to the Agency Program Management Council.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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