Adjudicator tasks shall include: 1. Work on personnel security cases assigned by the Government. Each case will vary in the total tasks, time and effort required to provide the deliverable, which is a written recommendation to grant, suspend, disapprove, or revoke sensitive security accesses; 2. Review and analyze assigned case files to determine if additional security processing needs to be performed in order to render an adjudicative decision. If additional security processing is necessary, the Contractor shall recommend to the Government as to what additional processing requirements should be conducted; 3. Review the results of all security processing to glean facts and data relevant to the final recommendation; 4. Interview Subjects in person, by telephone, or through written correspondence to elicit clarifying information; 5. Discuss cases with senior adjudicators, Team Chiefs, Branch management, Adjudications Board members, Polygraph Examiners, Background Investigators, Case Processing Personnel, Managers, and Customers to resolve information discrepancies or gaps; 6. Sufficiently analyze case information in order to show a nexus between the behavior of the case subject and the lCD 704 issues sufficient to support a final recommendation; 7. Provide final written recommendations using Government formats that provide sufficient detail to enable the Government to make informed, independent decisions to grant, disapprove or revoke a Subject's security access; 8. Maintain security files and ensure that duplicate copies of the SF86, unofficial notes, page flags, and other extraneous materials are purged with approval by USG prior to forwarding files to Branch managers or returning case files to the file room; 9. Deliver oral presentations to Branch and/or Division management, the Adjudications Board, and/or other senior organization officials as required; 10. Administer notifications to customers as approved by the USG, update information in the APICS data management system, and perform other follow-up actions resulting from the disposition of cases; 11. Protect all information and data acquired during the preparation of the analysis from unauthorized release and return all adjudicative notes to the Government; 12. Respond in a timely manner to inquiries from the Government on the status of pending cases or any other information pertaining to adjudicative support tasks under this SOW; 13. Provide a draft adjudicative recommendation to the Government for all cases worked. The Contractor shall subsequently provide a final recommendation to the Government that incorporates any Government comments provided in response to the draft recommendation that are complete, accurate, and free of spelling and grammatical errors. For each case completed, a written recommendation whether to grant, disapprove or revoke a clearance/approval is required, in accordance with established timelines. 14. Complete cases as identified by the Government. 15. May be requested to perform 'spot' checks of previously closed adjudicative decisions to ensure they meet Government quality requirements; 16. May also provide Adjudication training and briefings to USG and industry personnel, when approved by the USG. This could include limited TDY travel in CONUS. 17. Provide a monthly report on the number of cases opened, number of cases closed, number of board cases, number of Additional duties include:
1. Performs data collection, analysis, interpretation and management duties.
2. Develops rules and methodologies for data collection and analysis.
3. Ensures the integrity of project data, including data extraction, storage, manipulation, processing and analysis.
4. Consults with the external clients and internal staff to determine data management needs and objectives.
5. May be responsible for database design, administration, security, and maintenance.
6. Prepares presentations that reflect the results of the data analysis.
7. Provides data-related training to staff. 8. Coordinates with scientists and other technical experts to design and develop statistical analyses methodologies.
9. Maintains current knowledge of relevant technologies as assigned.
10. Participates in special projects as required.
Qualifications 1-2years of related statistics/data analysis experience. Quals include: 1. Experience performing Background Investigations, Counterintelligence, or Personnel Security for US Government clearances 2. Knowledge of lCD 704 and Executive Order 12968; 3. Knowledge and proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite. 4. Direct experience as an adjudicator with USG 5. Excellent elicitation skills, both oral and written 6. Exceptional organizational skills
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