The Office of the Department of Defense (DoD) Chief Information Officer (CIO) requires management, programmatic and systems engineering support services for the DoD Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) Enterprise, including national security, civil, commercial, and international cooperative aspects involved in acquisition, deployment/fielding, and operation of all DoD GPS, PNT and NAVWAR systems. The DoD Global Positioning System (GPS) has been operational for over 20 years and is well established as a military utility fulfilling a multitude of requirements as the predominant PNT source for the warfighter.
The PNT Executive Assistant will be responsible for coordinating and scheduling meetings, briefings, travel and training courses; distributing meeting agendas, minutes and briefing materials; and managing distribution lists, record filing, support databases and report generation.
The PNT Executive Assistant will:
Coordinate all materials/actions in support of Council, EMB, and Working Group meetings, including meeting announcements, meeting oversight, mailings, record filings, report generation, action summaries, and fiscal tracking.
Schedule, coordinate, and participate in various program management meetings
Assist in administering the systems security program, including research, review, and preparation of staff packages and briefings for waivers and other exceptions to policy and to ensure coherence with Joint Chiefs of Staff operating instructions and procedures.
Support DoD CIO in reviewing requests from government contractors and other private sector enterprises to use GPS PPS equipment and security devices in Independent Research and Development (IR&D) programs.
Assist DoD CIO in research, development, review, and coordination of Interagency Agreements and Memoranda of Understanding between the DoD and other Federal Departments and Agencies regarding non-DoD use of GPS or access to GPS PPS or other capabilities within the DoD PNT Enterprise.
Assist the DoD CIO in research, development, review and coordination of International Agreements or MoAs with foreign military and civil agencies.
Assist the DoD CIO in the research, assessment, analysis, development, review and coordination of congressional reports and responses to congressional inquiries.
Provides administrative-type support to executive-level, management, and technical personnel.
Performs clerical functions such as preparing correspondence and reports, handling information requests, receiving visitors, arranging conference calls, arranging and coordinating travel, scheduling meetings, facilities management, and monitoring physical security.
Support the program management staff in the preparation of deliverables, internal reports, briefings, and drawings associated with the project being supported. May directly support project teams.
Support research and analysis functions, compile specified research and data, interpret basic research data, review research publications for pertinent information, and provide inputs to research staff in a concise, logical, well-organized format for use in communications to clients. Establishes goals and plans that meet project objectives.