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1417- Information Systems Security Manager

Reston, Virginia or Washington, DC

Openings in Reston, VA and Washington, DC


  • Provide support for management and maintenance of JCAP Security Documentation to include JCAP program baseline that defines the backside enclave(s) to each JWICS node in terms of connectivity and security robustness
  • Provide review and progress reports of all Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&M)
  • Provide regional/associated sites and site-specific assessment support, coordinated with A&A and local ISSM staffs
  • Provide weekly metrics and reports of customer service activities
  • Conduct daily review of government provisioned ticketing system for required response to incidents, events, actions, and requirements. Provide management of assigned actions in accordance with agency prescribed timelines
  • Provide IA Exercise Support and as well as support for International Systems        
  • Execute the system and site Risk Management Framework program in the region/AOR as outlined by CIO issuances
  • Support the establishment of end to end IA processes and procedures across CIO to streamline AO/DAO approvals and to establish IT security standards for region in accordance with current DOD and IC policy guidance
  • Support the development and execution of a checklist for required system security controls validation in accordance with the system/site Continuous Monitoring Program (CMP)
  • Develop key metrics for continuous monitoring of IA Ops functions which support FISMA reporting and compliance


  • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or a related technical discipline preferred with 10+ yrs experience in the IA field; an additional 4 years' work experience is acceptable in lieu of a degree
  • Must have 5 years' experience in the Intelligence Community (IC) building or assessing authorization packages for systems or sites; minimum of 2 years' experience with JWICS
  • Experience writing issue or point papers on cybersecurity topics
  • The ability to work with minimal supervision and manage small projects on an ad-hoc team
  • Experience briefing leadership on both cybersecurity technical and policy issues
  • Must possess current DoD 8570 IAM II or IAT III certification


  • Active TS/SCI clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain a CI polygraph