Some Registration Authority (RA) Support Functions are:
Support revocation and suspension of a certificate on Unclassified and/or Classified networks.
Support restoration of suspended certificates.
Support registration and/or termination of Local Registration Authorities (LRAs).
Add, modify and delete directory entries.
Perform third party key recovery.
Approve issuance of certificates to network Non-Person Entities.
Produce and deliver an Issuance report.
Support retention of all associated documentation for a period of 10 years for DoD and 10 years 6 months for National Security Standard documents. The retention can be in an electronic format, i.e. scanned image (pdf). If stored in digital format, the originals may be disposed of appropriately. All retention and disposal will be in accordance with CNSS Instruction No. 1300, December 2014 (5.5.2)
Support duties per NSS/PKI Registration Practice Statement (RPS) and DoD/PKI Certification Practice Statement (CPS).
Ensure RA Operations are aligned with DISA Audit requirements for LRA, Trusted Agents (TA), and Enhanced TA in accordance with DoD Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) RA-LRA CPS and RPS.
Monitor the RA Operations in accordance with DoD PKI RA-LRA CPS and RPS to ensure RA Operations are aligned with DISA Audit requirements.
Support the Army CIO/G6 Cyber Security Directorate and the NETCOM G3 in addressing audit findings to include migration and correction of findings in accordance with DoD PKI CPS and RPS.
Develop and maintain an on-the-job-training package and user guides.
Contractor staff conducting RA support functions shall have the following qualifications per CNSS Instruction No. 1300:
Have no other duties that would interfere or conflict with their responsibilities as defined in Section 5.2.1 of CNSS Instruction No. 1300
Have not been previously relieved of a trusted role duties for reasons of negligence or nonperformance of duties (Ex: RA, LRA, or COMSEC custodian positions).
Have not been denied a security clearance or had a security clearance revoked
Hold a minimum clearance of a final U.S. SECRET
Be a U.S. citizen
Have not been convicted of a felony offense.
Have successfully completed a training program for their role IAW CNSS Instruction No. 1300.
Additional qualifications include:
DoD 8570.1-M Certification: IAM Level I Certification
5-8 years of experience in information technology field
BA/BS or equivalent experience
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