What You’ll Get to Do: The Cybersecurity Policy Analyst selected will be responsible for providing support to the DoD's Defense Industrial Base (DIB) Cybersecurity (CS) Program.
More About the Role: Serves as Policy Analyst applying a wide spectrum of disciplines for the planning, analysis, design, implementation and support of assigned tasks. Develops detailed policy products in accordance with set timelines. Coordinates interactions with senior level DoD and industry personnel to increase participation in the DIB CS Program. Support larger program efforts to engage with a broader community of industry participants, develop briefings, and metrics according to guidance from Program Director. Update internal program documents to ensure compliance with DoD regulations and guidance. Document all interactions with companies and record the progress of all applications. Performs additional duties as required interactions with companies and record the progress of all applications. Performs additional duties as required.
You’ll Bring These Qualifications:
The successful candidate will be responsible for the following:
Policy analysis: including developing and implementing DoD cyber policy, analyzing potential impacts, and providing concise recommendations to leadership on complex cyber policy issues. This includes drafting notes, briefings, meeting minutes, and talking points. The position also requires responding to DoD Directives, instructions, interagency tasks, and providing input on federal rules in addition to drafting responses to Congressional tasker's.
Program support: act in capacity of Action Officer in a team oriented environment to onboard industry participants. Experience with tracking and cataloging communications with senior-level DoD and industry personnel. Refine and support onboarding process for industry participants and Government stakeholders by verifying company eligibility, communicating via email and teleconferences to assist during all phases of the application process.
Industry and Government engagement: Represent the team at relevant public-private conferences and forums to include coordination with event planners, developing materials for distribution, interacting with industry participants, and following up with companies and Government organizations after conferences as needed. Represent Government client at various DoD and interagency meetings.
Education level: Bachelor’s Degree
Must possess an active Secret Clearance
3-5 years cybersecurity experience including policy analysis and development. DFARS, NIST, RMF, DoD security policies and procedures, information assurance, etc.
Experience giving presentations. (Comfortable meeting with and presenting to leadership and very high level executives within the DoD and government agencies)
These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have:
Knowledge of current USG and DoD cybersecurity policies
Working knowledge of public-private cybersecurity partnerships
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