Virginia-Alexandria, Arlington & Falls Church
The AOIMSG Analysis Lead synchronizes intelligence analysis and reporting on behalf of the Director of the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group (AOIMSG). The AOIMSG synchronizes DoD efforts to detect, identify and attribute objects of interest in Special Use Airspace and assesses and mitigates any associated threats to safety of flight and national security. The Analysis Lead: - Synchronizes AOIMSG analytic efforts with key members of the Department of Defense (DoD), the Defense Intelligence Enterprise (DIE) and the Intelligence Community (IC) to include: the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA), the National Security Agency (NSA), the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) and other U.S. Government (USG) departments and agencies, as necessary, and ensures coordination across these agencies with regard to Unidentified Aerial Phenomena reporting and analysis; - Manages analytical workflow to, and through, DIA and across the DoD and other USG departments and agencies; - Establishes processes and procedures to ensure that reported anomalous objects are analyzed by subject matter experts in appropriate intelligence disciplines; - Ensures intelligence analysis and reporting is conducted in-line with IC standards and best practices; - Ensures all-source intelligence analysis has access to additional collection and reporting, as necessary; - Oversees the inclusion of intelligence analysis into regular AOIMSG reporting, in conjunction with the AOIMSG Director, ODNI and the AOIMSG Reporting Lead. - Oversees the development of Action Plans and resource requirement plans for intelligence analysis, in support of the AOIMSG mission; - Advocates for additional resources to support DoD and DIE intelligence analysis in support of the AOIMSG mission;
An academic and/or work history grounded in intelligence, intelligence-related activities, and functional areas with an emphasis on all-source data analysis and associated tools. - Subject matter expertise in intelligence analysis standards, all-source analysis and intelligence production; - Excellent verbal and written communication appropriate for informing and interacting with senior decision-makers across the DoD, DIE and Intelligence Community - Demonstrated ability to work independently and with minimal oversight; - Demonstrated ability to form diverse teams and to shape organizational goals; - Experience at the DoD Component or USG Department/Agency level is desired - Understanding of the roles and responsibilities of DoD agencies related to intelligence production; - Familiarity with the roles and responsibilities of the Office Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence; - Familiarity with the organizations of the DIE and the IC, and their portfolios.
After completing this JDA tour, the member will have an expanded understanding of: - The different roles, responsibilities, programs, and analytical processes of different members of the DIE and the IC; - DoD operations, chains of command and operational reporting processes; - DoD, DIE and IC intelligence tasking, collection, processing, exploitation and dissemination processes; - OSD roles and missions, and relationships with DoD components; - Congressional affairs interactions and procedures; - The different roles, responsibilities and relationships of other USG departments and agencies and their relationship with the DoD; - The different roles, responsibilities and capabilities of DoD Components, to include Military Departments and the Joint Staff; - OSD staffing processes and procedures.
APPLICATION PROCESS: 1. IC employees must apply by the vacancy close date. The IC employee application should include the following ... a. A brief (two-page limit) candidate resume or biographical summary. b. A short narrative describing the applicant's qualifications (general and specific) for the joint duty rotational assignment.
2. IC employees must be nominated by their employing (home) element within 10 calendar days of the vacancy close date in order to be considered by the gaining element. Please contact your employing element's Joint Duty Program Office for nomination procedures as some agencies may require written supervisory endorsement at the time of application. IC Element Joint Duty Program Office contact info can be found at: https://ichas.dni.ic.gov/JDAT/Contacts.aspx. Any application sent directly by an IC employee to the gaining element will not be considered.
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