ISR Collection Requirements Manager (All-Source CRM) - Mid
The Contractor shall engage with analysts, determine intelligence needs, identifying and developing possible collection postures and strategies, and convert these intelligence needs into collection requirements to satisfy USCENTCOM intelligence requirements. This also includes establishing priorities, tasking or coordinating with appropriate collection sources or agencies, monitoring results, and re-tasking, as required. Contractor personnel shall support solicitation, coordination, research, de-confliction, creation/ registration, prioritization, and validation of multiple intelligence (GEOINT, MASINT, SIGINT, HUMINT) discipline collection requirements management (CRM) per standing policy. This will include associated issue trackers and requirements tracker (internal), and collection requirement programs of record. Contractor personnel shall translate received requirements into discipline-specific language in accordance with SOPs and Combat Support Agency (CSA) guidance. This will include associated issue trackers and requirements tracker (internal), and collection requirement programs of record. Contractor personnel shall research and manage USCENTCOM Theater priorities or Intelligence Community (IC) priorities and guidance to align USCENTCOM collection requests with priorities, and balances time sensitive requests with standing collection requirements to ensure appropriate deployment of ISR assets. This will include managing the daily/weekly Joint Intelligence Prioritized Collection List/Component Intelligence Collection List database as required. The Contractor shall monitor and routinely provide updates to requestors on the status of USCENTCOM collection requirements. Specifically, the contractor personnel shall monitor and routinely provide updates to requestors on the status of collection requirements (e.g., where the requirements were submitted for tasking, the expected collection schedule, etc.) and adjusts requirements to ensure optimal deployment of limited assets. Reviews existing collection requirements and contacts originator on requirements status, disposition and expiration (e.g., contacting requestors to determine continued relevance, directing resubmission or cancelation). This will include development of ISR utilization and contributions summaries and management of issue and requirements tracking databases. Contractor personnel shall solicit, assess, review, and publish HUMINT Intelligence Report Evaluations from USCENTCOM analytical team. This includes tracking, maintaining and briefing the status of evaluations associated with IIRs cited in FINTEL and IIR responses to Source Directed Requirements (SDRs). Review Evaluations for content, formatting, classification, and release. Provide weekly number of HUMINT requirements, evaluations, and HOTR accounts established for the section. The contractor shall develop requested products reflecting current and future collection operations and postures for the USCENTCOM AOR, additionally will provide when requested input policy, procedures and doctrine relating to collection operations in the USCENTCOM AOR. This will also include development of division/branch/team SOPs, TTPs, JQS, and other policy related documents.
Required Skills Assignments require knowledge of a full range of ISR and Collection Management related concepts, principles, and practices and skills in applying this knowledge to challenging, multi-agency work assignments (reference 3.3.1). A thorough knowledge of and skill in applying analytical and evaluative techniques for developing new or modified work methods, innovative approaches, alternatives uses of new or available data sources or procedures, and to identify, evaluate, and recommend solutions to issues and/or problems. ; PWS para 3.3.1; Bachelor or master’s degree with 4-6 years of intelligence analysis experience, or, specialized training & 4-8 years intelligence analysis experience, or, equivalent intelligence/academic experience.