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Performs analytical work in support of testing, evaluation, and certification of Information Technology/National Security Systems (IT/NSS) related to military intelligence and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR). Test and evaluation (T&E) areas include developmental, operational, standards conformance, enterprise, and interoperability. Incorporates DoD and Intelligence Community interoperability directives and instructions in all test and evaluation (T&E) processes. Intelligence T&E support areas include developmental, operational, standards conformance, and enterprise, and interoperability. A T&E analyst follows and applies common T&E processes that include: identify requirements, verify user needs, develop evaluation approach, collect data, analyze data, and report on findings. Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates IT system operations. Reviews and analyzes blueprints, schematics, and technical drawings, diagrams, and specifications. Must be able to review, analyze, and interpret customer information. Solicits intelligence system requirements and associated operational environments to produce an evaluation approach that supports T&E objectives. Shares and briefs T&E project milestones to all levels of stakeholders. Conducts and may oversee testing of processes and products. Responsible for the design and implementation of test procedures to determine if standards and criteria are met. Recommends adjustments to the T&E process or detailed procedures if appropriate. Responsible for all activities involving quality assurance and compliance with applicable regulatory requirements; conducts audits and reviews/analyzes data and documentation. Relies on manual methods and automated test tools to execute the cybersecurity assessment and collect data. Inspects, tests, and measures data that is produced or consumed. Must be able to document, notify, brief, and discuss results. Records all initial findings and documents final test results in a designated formal report. Accounts for anomalies and errors found in testing, notifies customers and management, and may help analyze and/or correct problems. Acceptable degree specialties include but are not limited to the following: Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Mathematics, Cybersecurity, and various engineering and science disciplines.
Must be familiar with standard intelligence/ISR concepts, practices, and procedures. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgment. Performs a variety of tasks. Works under immediate supervision. Typically reports to a project leader, supervisor, or manager.
Must have completed at least 60 semester hours of formal education from an accredited institution working towards a Bachelor’s degree in a directly related curriculum and at least 2 years of experience in a directly related field. An Associate’s degree may substitute for 1 year of experience, and a related bachelor degree may substitute for 2 years of experience. Additional certifications in the area of specialization may be substituted for 1 year of experience.
Relevant experience includes, but is not limited to the following intelligence disciplines and fields: Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Measurement and Signatures Intelligence (MASINT), Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT), All-Source Intelligence Analysis, and Counter Intelligence (CI).
For the purpose of evaluating qualifications under this labor category, one week of certified intelligence systems or intelligence processes training at a DoD or Service school equals 40 course hours of completed training (8 hours per day). Intelligence training can be validated by presenting the appropriate certificate(s) or course completion record from a DoD Military Service intelligence school that lists the course duration in either hours, days, or weeks.
Examples of Government or industry training include, but are not limited to, Defense Acquisition University Test and Evaluation Level 1/2/3 certification and United States Federal or DoD school training and certification on a specific system, network, or technology