Provide MS Windows OS and Windows Server system engineering and architectural support to the Global Command and Control Systems Air Force (GCCS-AF) at Hanscom AFB, MA.
Research/Analyze the “As Is” state of the GCCS-AF logical and physical Active Directory (AD) forests, domain trees, Organizational Units (OU’s), domains, objects, and trust relationships, and design a new GCCS-AF AD Forest(s) “End State” that consolidates the hierarchical organization of all GCCS-AF users, computers, and other physical/logical resources into a centralized management construct leading to a more manageable architecture that supports the administrative and security objectives of the global GCCS-AF community of stakeholders.
Consult with 24 AF/AFCYBER regarding the Standard AF Windows Implementation on AFNET-S, the Air Force Enterprise Configuration Management Office (AFECMO) regarding the Air Force Standard Desktop Configuration (SDC-S), and Standard Server Configurations (AD, SCCM, Etc.) and other external organizations: Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) as necessary in the development of the new GCCS-AF domain architecture.
Conduct surveys and requirements-analysis for development of the new GCCS-AF AD infrastructure.
Present and participate in technical meetings apprising leadership of progress toward project objectives.
Prepare and maintain documentation (diagrams, drawings, white papers, presentations, etc.…) as necessary.
Develop instructions for moving existing GCCS-AF computers to the new GCCS-AF Air Force/MAJCOM SIPR domain(s) and collapse all legacy GCCS-AF domains.
Develop instructions to and assist in PMO testing ensuring Standard Desktop Configuration (SDC) patches, updates, applications, and policies are pushed to GCCS-AF workstations without loss of application functionality.
Ensure the Host Based Security System (HBSS) ecosystem infrastructure supports the new GCCS-AF domain architecture, and the Windows 10 baseline.
Assist in the implementation and operationalization of the new GCCS-AF AD domain infrastructure.