NCI is seeking a Compliance Project Manager for the Joint Service Provider's Cyber Security program. The Compliance Project Manager shall assist the Government in ensuring enterprise-wide compliance with all appropriate cyber security-related requirements, laws, legislation, rules, regulations, directives, instructions, and standards. In conjunction with performance of specified tasks, scheduled projects and adhoc tasking, the contractor shall create, collect and store deliverables, work products, data and other artifacts to ensure continuous compliance, and audit and inspection readiness. The contractor shall develop new standard operating procedures (SOP) to document new/changing processes, procedures or operating environment, and review/update/improve existing SOP. The contractor shall prepare a written assessment with improvement recommendations, based on Capability Maturity Model (CMM) techniques, for all task documentation, including but not limited to SOP, work instructions (WI), and tactics, techniques and procedures (TTP). All work products, deliverables, documentation and information shall be stored, organized, and maintained on a government approved, commonly accessible share drive or SharePoint site. In assuming this position, you will be a critical contributor to meeting NCI's mission: To deliver innovative, cost-effective solutions and services that enable our customers to rapidly adapt to dynamic environments. NCI is always seeking talent and although this position is contingent upon an open position, we encourage you to apply.
Highlights of Responsibilities:
- Providing support for cyber security-related processes and projects, including but not limited to cyber task order processing and tracking, and preparation of cyber security scorecards.
- Supporting Compliance Processes, including but not limited to assisting the government in planning, developing, coordinating, executing, and improving compliance related processes and process work products, deliverables and output. Compliance processes will be designed, documented and executed in accordance with standard operating procedures, DoD regulations and other applicable guidance.
- Conducting required SOP activities to include, but not limited to, cyber task order processing and tracking, preparation/submission of cyber security scorecard(s), processing work request tickets, processing information assurance (IA) documentation, assisting customers/subscribers with IA questions, and preparing compliance process metrics.
- Developing, maintaining and providing a Cyber Security Compliance Program Plan.