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Joining CISA means being part of the team focused on securing the Nation's physical and cyber infrastructure against threats to public health and safety, economy, and national security; we Defend Today, Secure Tomorrow. Within CISA, the Integrated Operations Division (IOD) coordinates, collaborates, and executes CISA's operational activities to ensure seamless support and expedited response to critical needs. IOD enhances mission effectiveness and situational awareness by unifying the conduct and reporting of CISA operations through a single channel to provide CISA leadership with a common operational picture and ensure cross-divisional coordination in the implementation of CISA programs. IOD delivers intelligence products and context to support all missions. The division also conducts continuity and internal exercises to improve operational readiness throughout CISA. IOD serves as the primary service delivery function for CISA customers, operating under the direction of the ten regional directors. IOD standardizes and expands CISA's presence in the regions to adapt to evolving requirements and coordinates with other divisions on implementation of programs in the field.
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In this position, you will serve as technical project officer. Typical work assignments include:
- Using remote sensing, spatial analysis, and geographic information system (GIS), to conduct in-depth research and analysis and provide analysis and assessments on the relationships and trends, and descriptive and predictive behavior of all-hazards events.
- Conducting research to collect, analyze, and interpret critical infrastructure information and data in order to identify trends and risks, and to determine how dependencies and interdependencies might affect the Region during an incident.
- Providing critical infrastructure risk analysis and geospatial analysis support to the Regional Director, field personnel, and regional staff in support of special events and in response to a threat or incident.
- Creating geospatial products and datasets, in support of future assessments such as long-term Dependency Projects, special events, or for incident response activities and/or exercises.
- Assessing and informing regional infrastructure risk management strategies, to include assisting in the identification and prioritization of the Region's infrastructure, through the use of analytical tools and modeling/simulation capabilities.
25% or less - You may be expected to travel for up to 5 nights per month for this position.
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