Responsibilities: Provide Senior Program Analyst support to the PMA-213 Combat ID IFF Mark XIIA Mode 4/5 Cryptographic Modernization Lead Program Office (CM LPO) as the U.S. Navy Liaison.
Provides support to the CM LPO IPT Lead by coordinating efforts with Joint DoD Services, National Security Agency, and DoD International AIMS Program Office to ensure Mode 5 Program complies with Cryptographic Modernization requirements. Assists with preparation of and updating AIMS Mark XIIA Mode 5 IFF System Cryptographic Modernization policies, references, and instructions, and disseminates to operational forces and DoD Integration and Test Contractors.
Serves as the Cryptographic Modernization Subject Matter Expert (SME). Uses in-depth knowledge of modern crypto keying devices and Black cryptographic keying requirements. Liaises with Space and Warfare Center Systems Center (SPAWARSYSCEN) Electronic Key Management System (EKMS) and Key Management Infrastructure (KMI) Program and Technical Representatives to ensure Mode 5 IFF is supportable in order to meet CM initiatives. Provides training to Fleet Representatives on how to operate the cryptographic functions of Mark XIIA IFF Systems.
Creates training materials, briefs, and updates accordingly. Assists CM LPO IPT Lead in organizing and conducting meetings with Joint DoD and International Stakeholders. Prepares briefs and presentations. Participates in technical meetings and discussions. Provides cryptographic technical support for test and evaluation events. Travel anticipated.
Education: MS or MA degree from an accredited university in a Business, Management, or "Relevant Technical Discipline".
Allowable Substitution: BS or BA degree form an accredited university in Business, Management, or "Relevant Technical Discipline" and an additional four (4) years of experience; OR an additional ten (10) years of experience may be substituted for a MS or MA degree.
Experience: At least ten (10) years experience in program management, technical, or business analysis discipline, related to weapon systems acquisition and life cycle management; and a minimum of six (6) years out of those 10 years of work experience related to analysis and planning. Familiarity with SECNAV, OPNAV, and OSD forms related to PPBS, Military Interdepartmental Procurement Requests, Work Requests, Requisitions, Contract Data Requirements List, and DD254 is required. Demonstrated experience in the program/project status, earned value management and schedules.
Other: Must have an Active Secret Security Clearance.
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