Job Description: This is a full-time position requiring 1880 hours of support per year; and work is performed at the customer site. As a Cyber Systems Engineer on our team you will advise and assist Government Program Managers in System Engineering activities by applying current DoD/NSA and industry best practices in Systems Engineering processes and principles. The contractor will provide security engineering and authorization services solutions using updated methodology and processes and aligning those solutions with Risk Management Framework (RMF) capabilities. All work is to be performed in accordance with Government, and customer policies, procedures, and plans.
Assist in the creation of long term plans and capturing of requirements needed to improve upon customer RMF authorization services to include recurring cyber security routinely identified by the customer OIG.
Support efforts to improve the processes and capabilities for oversight, management and compliance status of COA3’s, User Activity Monitoring (UAM), Data Transfer Agency (DTA) capabilities, PRIVAC modernization, Vulnerability Management and similar cyber security compliance related focus areas that routinely get identified by the OIG for improvement.
Track and aid in managing to resolution all customer related audit and inspection findings. Help to anticipate and identify problem areas that are most likely to be a problem during future audits and inspections.
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