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 Security Policy Lead will be responsible for developing DoD GPS and PNT security policy and guidance, as well as developing training materials covering PNT enterprise capabilities.
The PNT Security Policy Lead will:
Assist in researching, developing systems security policy, requirements, and guidelines and develop, publish, and maintain related documentation, including providing GPS and PNT security guidance to systems developers and integrators.
Perform assessments and provide recommendations on systems security issues, as well as participate in the development of new security architectures for the DoD PNT Enterprise and ensure that developments in these architectures are properly integrated into DoD PNT security policy and procedural updates.
Conduct research and analyses to support updates to DoD PNT security policy and procedures reflected in published DoD Issuances, including analyzing the impacts of proposed changes to PNT security policy and provide analysis results to DoD CIO for consideration.
Administer PNT security policy actions and make recommendations to DoD CIO on security policy decisions, 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.
Develop, maintain and provide a one-day training course addressing the PNT Enterprise for both military and civil application areas. The course must familiarize attendees with technical and programmatic features of GPS as well as other GNSS and PNT systems and capabilities within the PNT Enterprise. The contractor must present the course to Government and contractor personnel as specified by the COTR. The contractor will update and maintain the course as necessary to ensure it remains current for the duration of the contract.
Provides technical/management leadership on major tasks or work assignments.
Establishes goals and plans that meet project objectives.
Has domain and expert technical knowledge and extensive experience in the development of solutions, recommendations, or outcomes.
Decision making and domain knowledge may have a critical impact on overall project implementation.
Directs the activities of more junior personnel or other staff as necessary. May supervise others.