CACI International AONS – FTBLVR – Task 7 - Information Security Engineer in Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Job Description

CACI International has an immediate opening for a Information Security Engineer located in Ft. Belvoir, VA.

What You’ll Get to Do:

Join CACI Team in supporting the U.S. Army Chief Information Office (CIO)/G-6 to lead the Army’s network modernization to deliver timely, trusted, and shared information for the Army and its mission partners.

More About the Role:

The successful candidate will be responsible for the following:

  • Provide analytic and technical services in the development, coordination and oversight of CS/IA and Information Technology (IT) strategy, policy, and plans for Army Special Programs/SA and related activities, services, and programs.

  • Support the development of the organizational vision, mission, goals, objectives, and strategies and development of appropriate metrics and strategies for implementing the strategic plan.

  • Maintain working relationships and communication with Joint, DoD and Army Special Programs/SA agencies, as well as outside agencies (e.g., National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Director of National Intelligence (DNI)) in CS/IA and IT matters affecting the Army Special Programs/SA community.

  • Coordinate tasks for Special Programs Information Technology (IT) involving several agencies, requiring multiple site visits, attending/participating in conferences and performing CS/IA site assistance and assessment visits.

  • Review and provide comments on all Special Programs/SA CS/IA-related policies and instructions issued by Army and DOD agencies, including the Army Special Programs Directorate (ASPD).

  • Develop and publish Special Programs/SA CS/IA and Assessment and Authorization (A&A) policy for implementation of the Risk Management Framework (RMF) IAW the requirements of the joint DoD/DNI Joint SAP Cybersecurity (JSCS) Working Group.

  • Identify Army Special Programs/SA CS/IA process gaps and provide recommendations for alternatives and design and implementation of new processes to improve Army Special Programs/SA CS/IA management IAW Army and industry best practices.

  • Conduct strategic research and develop presentations, point papers and other materials to identify strategic initiatives, alternative approaches to current business practices, and processes (and process changes) for supporting future Special Program requirements.

  • Develop white papers and position papers to document Army Special Programs/SA CS/IA and IT concerns, impacts, changes to infrastructure and support responsibilities, and rationale for programmatic recommendations.

  • Represent the HQDA SAP/SA Delegated Authorizing Official (DAO) at designated meetings/conferences and participate in DoD and Army CS/IA working groups in order to ensure consistency and reciprocity of the Special Programs/SA CS/IA processes.

  • Provide verification and assistance services as related to CIO/G-6, Special Programs DAO, CS/IA requirements for Army Special Programs and their related contractor support.

  • Execute Security Control assessments at Army Special Program/SA program sites as an integral part of the Blue Team for the purpose of identifying compliance requirements and providing actionable recommendations. This includes the execution of complex technical reviews using manual methods and automated tools, implementation of specialized tools for automated file transfers and content reviews and the development of associated training, vulnerability, scans, and systems Cyber Security testing.

  • Conduct CS/IA Staff Assistance Visits within the Army Special Programs/SA community to identify and provide recommendations for remediation of CS/IA issues, as well as issues in other Information Technology functional areas.

  • Provide those services considered essential to protecting, defending, and sustaining the Army’s Special Programs/SA computing environment, in addition to ensuring appropriate response actions are initiated and managed.

  • Utilize the Blue Team concept and conduct site visits to various Special Programs facilities (SAPF) to provide CS/IA advice, assistance and verification services as directed by the CIO/G-6 Special Programs DAO designed to support the security posture of supported organizations. These visits will provide customized CS/IA support for each Special Programs / Sensitive Activity.

  • Evaluate new technologies to support CS/IA requirements for use in Army Special Programs/SA environments and provide recommendations for their implementation.

  • Provide and facilitate technical information exchange with the DoD and other service Special Programs/SAs, Army Special Programs/SAs, ASPD, the Security Control Assessor (SCA), and other stakeholders as directed.

  • Oversee and ensure the currency and accuracy of A&A of all Army Special Programs/SA Automated Information Systems (AIS), ensuring compliance with the Clinger-Cohen Act and DoD requirements for acquisition and operational systems, and conducting Army and Joint interoperability compliance assessments.

  • Demonstrate understanding and provide past performance experience with the specific requirements of Special Programs/SA A&A throughout all phases of the process. Based on knowledge of the security controls assessment/authorization processes, support Army Special Programs/SA programs in the identification of process streamlining and adjustments to achieve commitments in a timely manner.

  • Develop and deliver tailored CS/IA training to the Army Special Programs/SA programs as required. Training shall be developed and delivered in a variety of mediums, to include on-site, CBT, and just-in-time training.

  • Deliver expertise in the resolution of Special Program spillage incidents involving IT and provide on-site assistance in the resolution and reporting of computer security incidents, as needed.

  • Support the compliance of Special Program/SA AIS with Army and DOD requirements under the FISMA.

  • Assist with both technical policy reviews regarding new sensitive acquisition, emerging technologies, and operational requirements.

  • Provide input on Special Programs/SA CS/IA initiatives and technology requirements in support of Joint Requirements Oversight Council (JROC) flag-level reviews, ensuring that SAP Community Continuity of Operations (COOP) requirements are in place, and shall conduct assessment/evaluations of new technologies being considered for implementation by SAP personnel.

  • Support coordination and execution of all Army Special Program/SA CS/IA Conferences.Provide technical services to select Army Programs (located in Pentagon and Fort Belvoir, regular business hours).

  • Responsible for overseeing and ensuring the currency and accuracy of A&A of certain HQDA Automated Information Systems (AIS).Perform the day-to-day operations of the stand- alone networks providing Cyber Security and IT support for all program personnel. Provide application level support for all internal Army program personnel on an as need basis.

Education: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience with a minimum of 7 years of experience.

Clearance: Must have TS/SCI

LCV Requirements

IT domain governance, reviewing policies and implementations and adjudication issues

What We Can Offer You:

  • We’ve been named a Best Place to Work by the Washington Post.

  • Our employees value the flexibility at CACI that allows them to balance quality work and their personal lives.

  • We offer competitive benefits and learning and development opportunities.

  • We are mission-oriented and ever vigilant in aligning our solutions with the nation’s highest priorities.

  • For over 55 years, the principles of CACI’s unique, character-based culture have been the driving force behind our success.

  • Special Programs/SA cyber security strategy, policy, and plans

  • Risk Management Framework (RMF)

  • Security control assessments and cyber security testing

  • Expertise in the resolution of special program spillage incidents

  • FISMA Compliance of Special Program/SA

  • SAP community COOP requirements and assessments

  • COOP policies, directives, IT designs, COOP compliance and coordination

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CACI employs a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. At CACI, you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers. CACI is proud to provide dynamic careers for employees worldwide. CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.