The successful candidate will assist the AF cognizant security authority (CSA) in oversight of National Security Objectives supporting AF interests. The positions will provide “day-to-day” support for Collateral and/or as specifically directed, Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) activities. This will be accomplished through active and integrated security operations, processes, mechanisms and performed under the direction of Government security administrator. This support shall provide multi-disciplinary security support, including aspects of information security, personnel security, operations security, industrial security, communications security and anti-terrorism/force protection duties, while also being responsive and flexible to dynamic security situations.
Additionally, the Contractor should be able to perform analytical, planning, advisory, operational, or evaluative work that has as its principal purpose the development and implementation of policies, procedures, standards, training, and methods for identifying and protecting information, personnel, property, facilities, operations, or material from unauthorized disclosure, misuse, theft, assault, vandalism, espionage, sabotage, or loss. Performance shall include but is not limited to:
- Provide technical advice and security support to multiple collateral programs and where specifically called for, SCI programs within the Directorate.
- Maintain an effective working relationship with Information Protection (IP) Leads, Program Managers, Contracting Officers and anyone else as needed to ensure a standardized and accurate protection integration focus throughout the acquisition and sustainment lifecycle of our programs.
- Assist in the development and writing of operations security (OPSEC) plans, transition plans, emergency action plans, transportation plans and any other security documents as needed for the customer.
- Review program documentation for public release, to include ensuring Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) has proper markings, classifications and distribution statements per DOD and AF guidance and provide accurate feedback to IP Leads about document disposition ability.
- Provide classification guidance and assistance for all collateral and SCI (where needed) programs.
- Understand counterintelligence threats and trends to help advise unit and program assigned personnel.
- Assist with development of Security Classification Guides (SCG), Program Protection Plans, Security Operating Procedures (SOPs) and other key security documents as directed by the IP Lead.
- Provide classification reviews of inbound and outbound correspondence.
- Prepare, process, and distribute (ship and receive) inbound/outbound classified mail that is integrated with a singular government accountable mailing program.
- Assist with preparing classified packages, courier forms and maintain receipt records of such dispatches.
- Perform destruction of classified materials and controlled unclassified information (CUI).
- Provide reproduction support for classified materials both paper or in electronic format.
- Review, track, and monitor security clearance via Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) to ensure compliance with applicable personnel security standards and to ensure all personnel are properly accounted for.
- Ensure personnel security clearances are kept current and access is verified prior to allowing access to classified material. Ensure any specific collateral access set is either processed or staged for IP Lead to process (i.e. NATO, FRD/RD/CNWDI access requirements). This also includes identifying any missing SF-312/Non-Disclosure Agreements and alerting IP Lead of missing annotations as required.
- Prepare, process, and/or review Visitor Certification Request for accuracy and access eligibility. Ensure smooth access ability is given to our personnel by ensuring visit certifications are received timely and accurately by receiving units.
- Assist with researching, processing, filing, and maintaining inbound and outbound visit notices.
- Assist IP Lead with inspection preparations and MICT artifact creation as directed.
- Conduct effective entry and exit inspections along with any other random anti-terrorism measures as directed by unit, installation or higher level anti-terrorism authority.
- Assist in maintaining facility access control, to include visitor control/escorting and access badge creation, issuing and tracking.
- Perform data entry to the Security System database.
- Follow and enforce the customer’s Standard Operating Procedures or Operating Instructions (OI).
- Individuals may be appointed as, and assume duties and responsibilities of, COMSEC Responsible Officers or Secure Voice Responsible Officers in accordance with applicable regulations or instructions and as needed by the IP Lead.
- Individuals may be appointed as, and assume duties and responsibilities of alternate equipment custodian.
- Provide security support to classified processing areas or secure work areas (CAP/SWA) to include, but not limited to:
o Exercise delegated access control to CAPs/SWAs
o Assist in accomplishing end-of-duty day security check to open/close CAPs/SWAs
o Assist with alarms activity where applicable; setting, testing, coordinating maintenance and updating alarm response letters and other associated administrated support
o Assist with classified meetings and all associated support requirements to ensure their proper successful execution
- Provide support for the security awareness and education programs which includes but is not limited to creating or modifying presentations, brochures or posters. Giving verbal, in person security/force protection briefings to individuals or groups either formally or in ad hoc format.
- Perform miscellaneous administrative support functions as directed by the contractor site lead and/or the IP Lead.
- Very familiar with security policy/manuals and the appropriate DoD and AF Directives, Manuals and Instructions
- Very familiar with JPAS
- Basic knowledge of the DD Form 254 and how it is incorporated in the Air Force acquisition process
- Ability to work in a dynamic environment and effectively interact with numerous DoD, military/civilian personnel and industry partners
- Demonstrated maturity and ability in handling sensitive information regarding acquisition programs, exercises, personal matters of a potential derogatory nature, or military activities with discretion and sound judgement
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel)
- Possess a high degree of originality, creativity, initiative requiring minimal supervision
- Ability to accurately convey information both in written and verbal format
- Willing to travel within organizations direct area of responsibility
- Willing to adapt to contingency schedule if required by unit in unusual cases of emergency or critical mission support need
- Works with assigned administrative, and matrixed acquisition support, financial management, engineering contracting, configuration and data management, and other staff.
- Works with the Oasis Task Lead and Oasis teammates to document processes, and initiate and implement AFSO21 Rapid Improvement Events, Training Events and mentoring sessions for all task personnel.
- Responsible for developing Integrated Master Schedule inputs, and tracking and reporting on Progress for assigned program(s).
- Develops, reviews, and approves plans, schedules, and other technical documentation.
- Facilitates and supports Division meetings and reviews, team building, strategic planning, and other on- and off-site activities.
- Assists as needed in preparing and reviewing program/project documentation, e.g. Determinations and Findings, Justifications and Approvals, Requests for Proposals (RFPs), Statement Of Objectives (SOOs), Statements-of-Work (SOWs), Program Implementation Packages (PiPs), Performance Works Statements (PWS), Systems/Technical Requirements Documents (SRD/TRD), Contract Data Requirements Lists (CDRLs), Program Support Agreements (PSA), EMAs, 1067s, etc. and assist in source selections.
- Performs other duties as required.