Credence Management Solutions, LLC (Credence) is seeking an Analytic Effectiveness Coordinator to support the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE), Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence in Washington, D.C. The contractor supporting this position shall support IN's Intelligence Directorate, Analytic Support Division or another IN analytic division.
The contractor supporting this position shall provide national subject matter expertise and the necessary analytical effectiveness support to improve analysis and analytical tradecraft for all of the Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence.
- Coordinate specialized, classified analytic systems used by major Intelligence Community (IC) agencies. Work with staff and disseminate information between the system’s sponsoring agency and the IN complex on associated technical, training, and policy issues; broker IN complex’s interests with the system’s sponsoring agency.
Attend managing agency’s monthly meetings; keep DOE Program Manager, IN senior managers, and FIE analysts apprised of key system issues; coordinate and collaborates, as required, on system issues with other user agencies.
- Ensure IN’s compliance with IRTPA and DNI ICDs 203, 206, and 208, and use a variety of techniques to raise IN’s and the Field Intelligence Elements’ (FIE) analytic integrity and tradecraft standards.
Implement IN vision to improve quality of IN finished intelligence products and adhering to IC Analytic Standards by managing IN participation in the DNI’s AIS Post-Production Evaluation Program.
Coordinate, identify, and schedule IT and national agency trainer support of IN and FIE’s analysts to train as Post-Production Evaluation Evaluators.
Report status of DOE Post-Production Evaluation Program to DNI, including metrics of evaluated products and advise senior leadership on ways to associated program improvements.
- Administer IN complex’s “Analytic Transformation Working Group (ATWG)” and moderate regular ATWG meetings.
- Develop and coordinate the periodic production of IN Analytic Tradecraft Memos for the analyst workforce on issues related to IC tradecraft standards and best practices.
- Manage IN complex’s use of IC accessibility and analytic tools.
- Design, and maintain IN’s website featuring information and links to analytic tools to facilitate analyst awareness of the wide variety of such tools, including tools for visualized analytics; scene visualization tools; generic and frequently used analytic tool listings, etc.
- Act as IN approving authority for entitlement systems such as JEMS, I-Space, CIA WIRe, and the Open Source Center.
- Ensure expansion of awareness, study, testing, and functional implementation of cutting-edge analytic tools by tool sponsoring agencies/organizations.
- Organize and execute a monthly “Brown Bag” series to expose analysts to new tools/systems/analytic techniques and other relevant topics; includes monthly interactive presentations by VTC.
- Conceptualize and integrate tool/system employment strategies, including management of pilot user test groups of users, system licenses, accounts, and training.
- A DoE “Q” clearance OR a DoD Top Secret (TS) security clearance with Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) eligibility and a background investigation within the last five (5) years is required.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in a related discipline and ten (10) years of professional analytic or intelligence community experience OR a related Master’s degree and five (5) years of relevant experience.
- Be considered a subject matter expert with a strong background (10 years) in analytics and the intelligence community, with a focus on the Office’s core energy, science and nuclear related topics.
- Possess expert knowledge of Intelligence Community applicable directives, analytic tools, and analytic techniques.
- Have specialized experience
in areas such as analytic training, facilitation, consultation, and mentoring.
- Have a strong analytic tool and database background with an expert-level understanding of the operations, strengths, weaknesses and access approval procedures for Analysts Resource Catalog, I-Space, JEMS, CIAWIRE, Open Source.gov and the LNI.
- Be able to research the capabilities, evaluate and determine the utility and lead the acquisition, integration, development, fielding and training process of new analytic tools, systems, and programs.
- Have a strong background with an expert level understanding of the operations and access approvals procedures for GIMME, JEMS and other user PKI-related authentication systems.
- Expert knowledge of the IC and the intelligence production cycle, and related DNI directives and plans, Executive Orders and regulations governing analysis.
- Be able to manage IC-level programs affecting analysts throughout the DOE/IN Complex, including such aspects as MOA’s/MOU’s, usage metrics, coordinating training at the headquarters and FIEs, coordination with other agencies, etc.