ASRC Federal Cyber, LLC is seeking a Cyberspace Operations (CO) Subject Matter Expert to support our Naval Information Forces (NAVIFOR) Information Warfare Force Readiness Type Commander (TYCOM) Support contract that has been awarded to ASRC Federal Cyber, LLC in Suffolk, VA.
Successful performance of the tasks described in this performance work statement requires subject matter experts in various knowledge areas. The contractor shall ensure personnel assigned to the effort have subject matter expertise in Cyberspace Operations (CO).
Will provide Operational Readiness Reporting and Analysis Support including the following:
Current Readiness Support
- Utilize the Defense Readiness Reporting System - Navy (DRRS-N) program, processes and tools to make MT&E-related recommendations which apply industry best practices, business and organizational expertise to improve and enhance IW current readiness.
- Conduct IW TYCOM-directed assessments for the purpose of focusing the application of enterprise resources for maximum impact, providing visibility into future readiness requirements, and identifying areas for improvements that support IW current readiness analysis within CW/EW, CO, INTEL, SO and METOC capability and product lines.
- Gather and interpret monthly DRRS-N data for the Personnel, Equipment, Supplies, unit Training, Ordnance and Facilities (PESTOF) readiness pillars. Assist the Coordinating Review Authority (CRA) in mapping Figure of Merit (FOM) algorithms for the resource areas in DRRS-N.
- Support readiness analysis and services that pertain to sustaining DRRS-N readiness program processes and structure by reviewing and revising governance and cross functional team guidelines, associated metrics and plans, and recommending operating guidelines for effective performance management at each level of the readiness implementation.
- Assist in the development of an Information Warfare readiness view(s) that capture historical and current readiness metrics for all applicable resource areas in DRRS-N for all afloat and shore based Strike Groups, platforms and units.
- Pre and post IW event (exercise/simulation/conference/symposium, etc.) briefing support.
Future Readiness Support
- Utilize the Defense Readiness Reporting System - Navy (DRRS-N) program, processes and tools to make recommendations which apply industry best practices, business and organizational expertise to improve and enhance IW future readiness.
- This includes trend analysis of current readiness metrics and other data to assist in predicting future personnel manning, training and equipping requirements.
- Conduct IW TYCOM-directed assessments for the purpose of focusing the application of enterprise resources for maximum impact, providing visibility into future readiness, and identifying areas for improvements that support IW future readiness within CW/ EW, CO, INTEL, SO and METOC capability and product lines.
- Develop/support the development of the IW future state ('to-be') to include MT&E plans and requirements.
IW Readiness Gap Analysis
- Conduct gap assessments as they relate to current and future operational readiness reporting and provide focused, process and metric-driven recommendations to close or mitigate gaps. Assessments may include analysis of cost management, readiness impacts, and Enterprise maturity metrics.
IW Readiness Briefing Support
- Support the TYCOM in the development and delivery of routine and non-routine reports and briefings that pertain to IW readiness within Cyberspace Operations (CO) capability areas and product lines such as:
- IW TYCOM Current Operations (CUROPS) briefs
- IW TYCOM Future Operations (FUOPS) briefs
- IW Syndicate Command Readiness Review (CRR) events
- IW Syndicate Force Generation Brief (FgB) event
- USFF Requirements Review Board (R3B) events
- Fleet Commanders' Readiness Council (FCRC) events
ASRC Federal and its Subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, gender, color, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, national origin, religion, marital status, ancestry, citizenship, disability, protected veteran status, or any other factor prohibited by applicable law.
Knowledge/Skill Level: Subject Matter Expert (SME) in Cyberspace Operations.
SMEs are required to have qualifications and/or particular expertise related to their assigned mission areas for the list above. The SMEs assigned to specific mission areas may perform the following functions: Develops requirements; Provides strategic advice, technical guidance and expertise; Provide detailed analysis, evaluation and recommendations for improvements, optimization development, and/or maintenance efforts for mission area critical challenges/issues; Collect and analyze data to provide advice and recommend solutions.
Security Clearance: Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) clearance required.
Other: Basic proficiency in Microsoft Office and other office/data automation tools is required.