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Intelligence Analytics

Senior ISR Assessment Specialist

Tampa, FL
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ID: 455-327
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Full-Time/Regular

 Contract personnel shall populate mission tracker spreadsheets with ISR data as specified

by, and in accordance with, published USCENTCOM orders and directives. Mission tracker

spreadsheets will capture essential ISR activity by intelligence discipline and asset. This includes population of mission tracker Excel spreadsheets utilizing sources of reporting detailing operational planning, tasking, and execution to extract relevant data required to assess the activity and effectiveness of ISR resources and operations. Build the data infrastructure required to effectively understand, track, monitor, and assess ISR operations and activities in the USCENTCOM AOR to ensure effective employment of ISR assets. Build strong, positive interpersonal relationships with customers of ISR collection.  The Contract will sustain, further develop, and deliver an ISR dashboard depicting, at a minimum, MTI, GEOINT, FMV, SIGINT and PED effectiveness. The dashboard will enable identifications of trends warn of critical shortfalls or warn of departure from expected norms. expected norms. The dashboard will be a key enabler of short-term allocation or re-allocation decisions. The Dashboard will be based upon authoritative data captured according to USCENTCOM directives and contained within mission tracker spreadsheets and the Master Tracker Database. Innovate, develop, and implement methods of communicating and visualizing

key information. Present ISR activities and operations in order to enable customers, decision

makers and other ISR stakeholders to visualize trends and understand key ISR data. Identify

issues potentially requiring a decision or other action. The Dashboard will be available on both SIPR and JWICS.  Contract personnel shall discover, evaluate and develop reliable and routine access to sources of data detailing ISR operations at all organizational levels throughout the USCENTCOM AOR. Utilize sources of reporting detailing operational planning, tasking, and execution to extract relevant data required to assess the activity and effectiveness of ISR resources and operations. Identify, access, and ingest sources of ISR data. Apply data management techniques such as conditioning to improve the quality and accuracy of captured data, adapting and further developing the database as needed to ensure accuracy and completeness of the data, automating processes to the greatest extent possible. Create tools and processes to extract, filter, characterize, and display the information when required. Interpret the data using statistical, algorithmic, mining and visualization techniques. Develop visualization means and methods ensuring the data is easily understood by a wide range of ISR stakeholders and consumers. Support and continue to develop and adapt the database as required in order to improve functionality, stability and ensure long-term viability. Transition data collection processes and data from mission tracker spreadsheets to the database, standardizing processes and fields. The database will be non-proprietary and wholly owned by the government. Establish a JWICS version of the database and all information from the primary SIPR version will be daily imported to the JWICS version. Manage resulting large amounts of data ensuring data remains accessible, accurate and authoritative, archiving data as necessary in an easy to access manner. Build strong, positive interpersonal relationships with customers of ISR collection.  Contract personnel shall assess single and multi-INT collection platforms. Detail the effectiveness of an ISR platform in achieving stated objectives, supporting Commander's priorities or meeting specified Measures of Effectiveness (MoE) and Measures of Performance (MoP). Support establishment of MoE and MoP parameters. Understand customer needs specific to each assessment. Extract performance and effectiveness data. Assessments will enable identification of trends and warn of critical shortfalls or departure from expected norms. Platform assessments will be a key enabler of short-term allocation or re-allocation decisions and will be available on both SIPR and JWICS. Produce well and clearly written assessments in a specified format detailing the effectiveness of a collection platform, available on both SIPR and JWICS. Build strong, positive interpersonal relationships with customers of ISR collection. Products will include, but not limited to, ISR Platform Effectiveness Assessments, General ISR Assessments, and MoE/MoP Development.  Contract personnel shall assess multi-INT collection operations. Detail the effectiveness of an ISR operation or mission in achieving stated objectives, supporting Commander's priorities or meeting specified Measures of Effectiveness (MoE) and Measures of Performance (MoP). Support establishment of MoE and MoP parameters. Assessments will enable identification of trends and warn of critical shortfalls or departure from expected norms. Assessments will be a key enabler of short-term allocation or re-allocation decisions, and will be available on both SIPR and JWICS. Understand customer needs specific to each assessment. Extract performance and effectiveness data. Capture data throughout the ISR cycle representing planned, tasked, and executed ISR operations. Monitor and understand the results of collection or other ISR related activity. Collate and analyze the data. Produce well and clearly written assessments in a specified format detailing the effectiveness of a collection platform, available on both SIPR and JWICS. Build strong, positive interpersonal relationships with customers of ISR collection. Products will include, but not limited to, ISR Platform Effectiveness Assessments, General ISR Assessments, and MoE/MoP Development.  Contract personnel will deliver SRO assessments and summaries in accordance with the Directives and guidance set forth by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, J32. Weekly and monthly summaries and assessments of SRO activity will be delivered. Gather required information, monitor and assess the results of collection, and prepare well and clearly written SRO assessments and summaries. Build strong, positive interpersonal relationships with customers of

ISR collection. Products will include, but not limited to SRO Assessments and Summaries.  Contract personnel shall identify ISR trends and opportunities, assess trade-offs, test

assumptions, and produce original and incisive judgments, solutions, and recommendations to better refine ISR effectiveness, assessment processes, and assessment support to decision making and ISR Division processes. Capture data throughout the ISR cycle representing planned, tasked, and executed ISR operations. Capture and populate specified data representing ISR activity. Monitor and understand the results of collection or other ISR related activity. Collate and  analyze the data. Prepare and deliver well and clearly written assessments. Disseminate the assessments to key ISR customers and stakeholders. Build strong, positive interpersonal relationships with customers of ISR collection.  The Contractor shall monitor, assess, and document the utilization of ISR collection at all organizational levels with the USCENTCOM AOR in order to understand the contributions of ISR collection and ISR operations to ISR customers. Assessments will enable identification of trends and warn of critical shortfalls or departure from expected norms. Provide weekly summaries or assessments of collection utilization depicting trends, shortfalls, surpluses, redundancy, inefficiency or other factors impacting the ability of ISR to meet customer needs. Build strong, positive interpersonal relationships with customers of ISR collection. Understand

customer's utilization of collection. Collaborate with CRM and stakeholders to deconflict

anomalous data for accurate representation of ISR collection and utilization. Identify and provide well and clearly written documentation explaining anomaly findings. Products will include, but not limited to General ISR Assessments and ISR Utilization and Contribution Summaries.  Contract personnel will develop and assist in developing Measures of Effectiveness (MOE) and Measures of Performance (MOP) utilized to systematically evaluate the "Return on Investment" of ISR allocation decisions and ISR activity. The MoE and MoP will be utilized to support multiple assessment processes and products such as Platform Effectiveness Assessments. MoEs and MoPs will be utilized to support multiple assessment processes and products (such as Platform Effectiveness Assessments), establishing baseline criterion required for all forms of assessment. Extract, coordinate, document, and prepare well and clearly written MoEs and MoPs as appropriate. Publish and maintain approved MoEs and MoPs. Build strong, positive interpersonal relationships with customers of ISR collection.  Contract personnel will develop, review, edit, and provide input to documentation used

by CCJ2 in the course of conducting ISR Division activities. These activities are to ensure ISR

Assessments equities are covered in enough detail to allow assessments to be performed.

Execution of general assessment duties and functions such as document, policy, practice or other type of review or administrative function performed by a combatant command's staff.

Coordinate inputs throughout the ISR Division as needed. Activities include, but are not limited to yearly ISR EXORD updates; bi-annual planning factor review; review of CONOPS,

Plans/Strategies; development and updating of standard operating procedures (SOPs);

JCMWGs/JCMBs; other activities as required. Contract personnel are to be available to

participate in meetings, training, and give presentations as needed. Submit well and clearly

written results to ISR Division leadership and staff as tasked or as appropriate. Build strong,

positive interpersonal relationships with customers of ISR collection. 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 (Mathematics, statistics, or computer science related fields preferred) with 8+ years of intelligence analysis experience, or, specialized training (data analytics/data science) & 15+ years intelligence analysis experience, or, Equivalent intelligence/academic experience. Credentialed subject matter expert or recognized specialist in relevant field.


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