The Level II PSO position is a mid-level security professional who provides advice and assistance to the Government security officers serving the individual Directorates or Offices on tactical security issues affecting the mission. This position requires a proven working knowledge of classification management, information systems security, personnel security, and physical security for the purpose of providing guidance to customers and industry partners. Level II PSOs will conduct briefings and indoctrinations to a variety of audiences and must be able to convey information in a clear and articulate manner. Level II PSOs working with satellite program offices will be required to support launch and launch flow activities.
Tasks shall include:
The Contractor shall conduct security in-briefing and debriefing related to security compartmented programs and report the activities to the OS&CI's PSD.
The Contractor shall coordinate security issues, when appropriate, with internal and external mission partner organizations.
The Contractor shall maintain and update program security files and associated databases (i.e., TALON SCT, Facility, and Information Security Accreditation Tool (FIAT), Security Log).
The Contractor shall organize work so that assignments, projects, and taskings are completed in a timely manner and according to deadlines.
The Contractor shall process access requests, ensuring proper paperwork is prepared and submitted (i.e., clearance Requests for Access (RFAs)).
The Contractor shall process SCI visit requests to include IC and DoD visits.
The Contractor shall promote innovation and efficiency in areas of security support.
The Contractor shall provide ad hoc security support (i.e., security support to large conferences and other program activities as directed by the GPOC).
The Contractor shall provide daily support to the customer on the couriering, dispatching and proper handling of classified and unclassified documents IAW referenced executive directives, instructions, and orders.
The Contractor shall provide day-to-day security advice and guidance to Government and Contractors concerning computer security issues, counterintelligence, industrial, operational, personnel, physical, and technical information.
The Contractor shall provide personnel security support to program sponsored individuals, to include receiving, documenting, and forwarding reportable personal security information as appropriate.
The Contractor shall provide security incident response support to include accurate documentation, appropriate notification(s), preliminary investigation, and timely resolution.
The Contractor shall provide support to staff elements for foreign disclosure guidance on the proper procedures and requirements for the release of U.S. classified information to foreign mission partners.
The Contractor shall respond to actions that are security related or assigned to security offices.
The Contractor shall respond promptly to customer service needs and requirements for program security support.
The Contractor shall support personnel in-processing and out-processing transactions (i.e., Automated Out-Processing and Relocation System (AORS), Account Action Process Requests (NAAP), Badge Requests, Suite Access Requests, etc.), SCI indoctrinations and debriefings, and security briefings.
The Contractor shall support the process for the National Disclosure Policy (NDP) for field and staff elements.
The Contractor shall support the resolution of access and clearance issues that require checking various internal and Community databases, as well as updating and ensuring the accuracy of various Government security databases.
The Contractor shall be responsible for supporting SCI and SAPs for legacy and evolving programs.
The Contractor shall administer and provide security classification guidance and perform document and classification reviews, to include FOIA and pre-publication review requests.
The Contractor shall assist in the development of security policies and implementation procedures.
The Contractor shall assist the Government in the Integrated Security Assessment Program (ISAP).
The Contractor shall develop program specific security education material and information.
The Contractor shall liaise with the Directorates and Offices to facilitate analysis and support for program activities.
The Contractor shall participate in technical design reviews, working groups, and other groups as needed to support the security mission.
The Contractor shall provide analytical suppo1i to assist with the coordination, development, maintenance, research, review, and revision of policies.
The Contractor shall provide daily support to the customer on the marking of classified and unclassified documents in accordance with referenced executive directives, instructions, and orders.
The Contractor shall visit industrial facilities (as appropriate), assess the security program effectiveness and SCIF efficacy in protecting information, and document visits and trip reports in FIAT or as directed by the Government security manager.
The Contractor shall write, review, and/or evaluate security proposals and plans (i.e., OPSEC Plans, PPPs, Classification Guides, DD254's, Contract Data Classification Worksheets, etc.) focusing on safety and security of assets, mission, personnel, and resources.
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