ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS BY LEVEL:
NCI: As an IT Capability Manager-Senior with RMF background to provide services in support of the U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM). You will support the design, development, engineering, integration, and technical and operational support to employ specified Nonsecure Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNET), SECRET Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET), and Deployed Forces (DF) Army’s portion of the Department of Defense Information Network (DODIN) capabilities across all echelons of the Army’s portion of the Department of Defense Information Network (DODIN). You will support NETCOM in applying architecture to Army Enterprise programs at various life cycle stages. You will provide support to the planning, concept and requirements development, implementation, and incorporation of Enterprise capabilities into the Army’s portion of the DODIN. You will review Enterprise concepts/designs, provide recommendations, and coordinate results with the NETCOM staff. You will review the Army and DoD policies, processes, and procedures to support standard implementation of enterprise capabilities. In support of Emerging Strategies, you will review, analyze and provide recommendations to utilize new initiatives and best practices to improve areas within program management.
- Perform project management by developing vision, direction and support in RMF cyber security process for Army organizations to include formulation of IT infrastructure and services to produce a coherent IT environment in order to ensure NETCOM can Operate, Manage, and Defend the Army’s portion of the DODIN consistent with, and as a part of, Joint and Combined forces.
- Develop and update RMF and Networthiness documentation as required and complete the artifacts for RMF acceptance. Provide reporting within the FISMA process and updates to the Army eMASS. Register, monitor, and update the system being implemented in the APMS database.
- During the RMF process, obtain system scorecard from the identified independent authority, develop and compile the certification determination and artifacts, develop the POA&M, follow up on the accreditation decision, collect and submit finalized RMF package and then disseminate decision to all the system stakeholders. Complete the RMF process including APMS registration and entry into Army eMASS to complete RMF requirements.
- Identify the system as COTS or GOTS and provide the artifacts required to complete the application for Certificate of Networthiness (CoN). This will include coordination with the Security Readiness Review, drafting the POA&M with support from the system engineering team, Identified Independent Authority, and provide all information relevant to Networthiness.
- Monitor and document project implementation.
- Identify any potential changes needed in the project cost, schedule or performance.
- Document gap analysis, staging, installation, testing within the established schedule, operational and costing parameters in support of the assigned capability.
- Assist in synchronizing requirements throughout the lifecycle of the project (site survey, staging, installation, testing, training), within cost, schedule and performance identifying any issues in project meetings.
- Create, review and update documents and matrices, and provide status reports. Develop charts, tables, graphs, and diagrams that identify trends to assist in the analysis of capability problems.
- Develop documentation including equipment information and procedures for Tier III support.
- Provide recommendations for Command improvements to reduce overall costs, including but not limited to input to business case analysis, cost benefit analysis and solutions.
- Register, monitor, and update the system being implemented in the Army Portfolio Management System (APMS) database.
PROJECT MANAGER IV
- Responsible for the day-to-day tactical duties for a moderately complex technical program
- Incumbent is not responsible for Profit & Loss (P&L) or business development, but is accountable to oversee results of multi-functional project teams
- Responsible for the administrative/operational leadership of a project within the program guidelines set by the Program Manager and customer
- Monitors project to ensure work scope, schedule, and budget are well defined and maintained
- Provides the coordination between resource managers/supervisors and ensures all necessary reviews and approvals are received
- May conduct performance/project analyses during phase-down to benefit future/other projects/missions/programs