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DSSAcquisitionAcquisitionFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating period, review and issue acquisition documents as required by the organizationís quality plan. The content of acquisition documents, and the policies and procedures used to issue them, must comply with the FAR, DFARS, and DOD policies and procedures. Assure that documents comply with at least 80% of Quality Plan Requirements. This objective supports the goal to deliver critical mission support operations
DSSAcquisitionAcquisition0Full PerformanceNon-recurringTo assure the proper execution of delegated procurement authority, submit the following instructions by the specified deadlines for signature to the appropriate official: Quality Plan-11/30/09; Contracting Officer Representatives (COR) - 11/30/09, Contract Review Boards (CRB) - 12/31/09; Interagency Agreements - 1/31/10; Contract Close Out - 2/28/10; and Training - 3/31/10. The content of each instruction will comply with DoD policy, will be written clearly and concisely, and be routed in accordance with DSS procedures as set by supervisor. Supports the delivery of critical mission support operations.
DSSAcquisitionAcquisition0Full PerformanceNon-recurringTo assure proper execution of delegated procurement authority, submit the following instructions by the specified deadlines for signature by the appropriate officials: Small Business Program - 11/15/09; Legal Review - 12/31/09; Competition Program - 1/31/10. The content of each instruction will comply with DoD policy, will be written clearly and concisely, and be routed in accordance with organizational procedures as set by the supervisor. Supports the delivery of critical mission support operations.
MCIAAdministrationDivision HeadBudgets, Leadership/SupervisorySupervisorNon-recurringCreate and execute a budget by X date to support mission accomplishment. To meet acceptable standards, line items must be relevant and defendable as determined by a supervisor. Shortfalls or excess must be identified as soon as possible, but no later than the end of 3rd quarter. Supports overall mission accomplishment.
ArmyAdministrationSecurity Specialist0SeniorRecurringThroughout the rating period, record Dedicated Disclosure Letters (DDLs) within 5 working days of receipt 90% of the time. DDLs will be processed for staffing within 10 working days of receipt 90% of the time and require only minor changes for document format, punctuation, spelling, or wording changes, as determined by supervisor review. This supports X goal.
USMCAdministrationMIP Budget AnalystBudgets, Engagement/ CollaborationFull PerformanceRecurringIn support of Intel Department's requirement to provide yearly assessment of all Military Intelligence Programs, coordinate with commands to obtain fiscal data and current descriptions and program information of all Intel projects when directed. If a command does not comply with requests, bring to the attention of supervisor after a minimum of XX requests. Submit the fiscal data in the required format to supervisor XX days in advance of deadline, ensuring it is accurate and narratives meet the guidelines established by congress. Supports the goal to train, equip, and manage.
ArmyAdministrationSecretary AdministrationFull PerformanceRecurringDuring this rating period, with minimal day-to-day supervision, manage administrative functions of the commander's office to include mail, telephone calls, visitors, scheduling appointments, and arranging meetings and conferences. Respond to inquiries, arrange travel, order supplies, and establish office files in accordance with established timelines. Twice during the rating period seek formal feedback from the commander on office procedures that he/she would like to see improved. Design and present a plan for improving efficiency or other meeting other requests within one week of the feedback session. This objective supports...
DSSAdministrationProgram Management AnalystTechnical Skills/ProductsSeniorRecurringGather and display performance data for senior leadership review on a monthly basis. Display will have no technical errors, be built within 2 days, and coordinated within 4 days of data call. This objective supports the Agency goal to deliver critical mission support, specifically to the performance management system.
DSSAdministrationProgram Management AnalystTechnical Skills/ProductsSeniorRecurringFacilitate and compile employee and industry survey data. Deliver content as specified by the organizationís directorates to support various data needs within agreed upon timeframes. Delivered information, such as distribution list and questions should be accurate, and compilation should be technically correct. This supports the organizationís goal to deliver critical mission support specifically the business planning process.
DSSAdministrationProgram Management AnalystBudgets, ContractingSeniorRecurringAs long as contracts are active, generate reports detailing contractor performance as it relates to the budget. Submit reports that meet division standards for quality to supervisor on a monthly basis. Upon project completion, approve invoices with X days of receipt by reconciling budget and contract performance tasks. This supports X goal.
DSSAdministrationBRAC Program ManagerPlanningExpertNon-recurringSemiannually, submit the Business Plan (BP) updates for the organizationís Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) projects. Submit the BP update, in the required format, to senior leadership for signature and approval three days before the due date, as determined by the Army and Navy BRAC offices. Supports the delivery of critical mission support operations.
DSSAdministrationBRAC Program ManagerPlanningExpertRecurringAs the WIPT (Working Integrated Product Team) lead, transition the five agencies onto Marine Corps Base Quantico in accordance with Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) law. In support of the transition, facilitate weekly meetings, solve daily problems, reconcile issues and respond to requests for information (RFI) and taskers within determined time frames. Elevate unresolved issues to the overarching Integrated Product Team (OIPT) for discussion/decision/resolution as driven by project timelines. This support's the organization's goal to deliver critical mission support operations.
DSSAdministrationBRACPlanningSeniorNon-recurringSemiannually, submit the Business Plan updates for the organizationís Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) project. Gather and evaluate data and ensure Business Plan is in proper form. Submit final Business Plan within one week of receipt of data. Supports organization's goal to deliver critical mission support operations.
DSSAdministrationBRAC0SeniorRecurringAs the organizationís Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) lead, transition agency components onto Marine Corps Base Quantico and Ft. Meade in accordance with BRAC law. In support of the transition, attend scheduled project meetings, facilitate internal working group meetings, solve daily problems, reconcile issues and respond to Requests for Information and taskers within determined time frames. Elevate unresolved issues to the Chief of Staff for discussion/decision/resolution as driven by project timelines. This supports the organization's goal to deliver critical mission support operations.
DIAAdministrationAdministrative Support Assistant0Full PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating period, manage Time and Attendance (T&A) reporting and accounting for personnel by: entering timesheets into DCIPS with 98% initial accuracy within a 48-hour window at the end of each pay period; preparing requests for overtime/compensatory time for supervisory approval prior to the end of the pay period, reporting 96% of anomalies to supervisor within 3 hours; and providing the office secretary with accurate, signed copies of timesheets by Tuesday of each pay week 95% of the time. This supports X goal.
DIAAdministrationAdministrative Support Assistant0Full PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating period, consistently prepare and submit travel orders into the Defense Travel System (DTS) no later than 2 days after receiving the travel request, and prepare and submit travel vouchers into DTS within 1 day of receiving the information from the traveler. Initial travel orders and vouchers must be accurate 95% of the time. This supports X goal.
OUSD(I)Analysis and ProductionAnalyst0ExpertRecurringThroughout the performance period, prepare OUSD(I) senior leadership for congressional interactions (e.g., hearings, briefings, discussions) as assigned by the Director of Congressional Activities (CA). Facilitate these engagements end-to-end. Satisfy OUSD(I) senior leader needs for timelines and responsiveness in accordance with standard operating procedures and Director CA guidance. This objective improves OUSD(I) relations with congress, furthering organizational goals.
OUSD(I)Analysis and ProductionAnalystEngagement/Collaboration, Written communicationSeniorRecurringThroughout the performance period, task 90% of all correspondence received from the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Executive Secretary (ESD) by Congressional Activities (CA) via Staff Action Control and Coordination Portal (SACCP) to responsible offices in accordance with standard operating procedures. Obtain CA coordination on 90% of correspondence within 24 hours of receipt. After CA coordination, prepare correspondence response in accordance with SOP and DoD style guides, and ensure that 90% of all correspondence responses are routed to OSUD(I) Chief of Staff within next 24 hours to complete task. Supports OSDA OUSD(I) goal of timely responses to congress.
MCIAAnalysis and ProductionBranch HeadTechnical Skills/Products, Leadership/SupervisorySeniorRecurringIn time with the branch production schedule, or as negotiated with customer, manage the production of deliberate products in support of Marine Corps operational forces, supporting establishment, command intelligence priorities, and Defense Intelligence Analysis Program throughout the rating period. No more than eight products should be returned for sourcing, metadata errors, or non-compliance with Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 203 during the rating period. Supports Title 10 responsibilities.
MCIAAnalysis and ProductionAnalystTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringIn accordance with command priorities, during this rating period, produce three to five intelligence notes or other products as coordinated in command production plans. Products must meet Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 203 standards, will be timely and require only minimal revision, as determined by supervisor. This supports X goal.
MCIA Analysis and ProductionAnalystContinuous LearningEntry/DevelopmentalNon-recurringSupport command policy by developing an individual training plan by X date that details how to develop Science and Technology (S&TI) analytic capabilities. The plan should include specific capabilities to be targeted in training, benefits to S&TI department, how training will be applied to daily work, and outcome measures to assess learning. The plan will be reviewed/updated on a quarterly basis, and the final plan with documented achievements will be turned in to supervisor at the end of the rating period. Supports production and training goals.
MCIAAnalysis and ProductionBranch HeadCustomer Service, Leadership/ SupervisorySeniorRecurringDuring the rating period, support command priorities by conducting customer outreach at least once each quarter to generate and refine Science and Technology requirements. Contact at least two of the customers currently being supported during each outreach effort. Document results of client contact in a report to supervisor, due at the end of each quarter. This supports X goal.
MCIAAnalysis and ProductionDivision HeadPlanningSeniorRecurringThroughout the rating period, develop and complete division production, travel, and training plans in accordance with command standard operating procedures (SOPs) and budget constraints. Deliver plans to Directorate Head by negotiated deadline. Ensure training and travel proposals are in support of commander's guidance and intent. Supports production and analysis in support of operating forces.
MCIAAnalysis and ProductionBranch HeadTechnical Skills/Products, Leadership/SupervisorySeniorRecurringDuring the rating period, provide feedback and guidance to supervised analysts based on own regional awareness. Review 90% of analytic products, ensuring they conform to Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 203 standards and meet customer requirements. Supports Title 10 requirements.
ArmyAnalysis and ProductionSenior Intelligence PlannerTechnical Skills/ProductsSeniorRecurringIn accordance with the command's policies, compose both the intelligence scenario and mission-specific events for joint and operational planning exercises throughout the rating period. The products must support required objectives dictated by Higher Headquarters, as determined by supervisor review, and be completed by established and agreed upon timelines. This objective supports...
OUSD(I)Analysis and ProductionProgram AnalystPlanning, Engagement/CollaborationExpertRecurringThroughout the rating period, analyze the impact of current Defense policies and programs on the ability of the DoD Enterprise to conduct operations against theater and national requirements. Submit findings to the Director and when the Director agrees with need for improvements, revise, develop, and coordinate intelligence policies, strategies, and/or programs to improve DoD Enterprise cooperation and capabilities. Complete these changes within the Director's requested timeframes. Supports achieving the policy goals of Sensitive Activities Director.
MCIAAnalysis and ProductionDeputy Operations OfficerCustomer Service, Engagement/CollaborationSeniorRecurringManage customer outreach through quarterly visits to Operational Commands, providing details on the componentís roles and services that support customersí operational requirements, and to determine the effectiveness of the componentís customer outreach. Document and present findings and recommendations for improvements to XXX within XX timeframe of each visit. This supports strategic goal 1: Focus our mission and enterprise activities to enable the component to support the intelligence needs of its customers.
DSSAnalysis and ProductionProgram Analyst/Financial AnalystTechnical Skills/Products, Written CommunicationFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the reporting period, produce financial assessment reports on facilities seeking classified DoD contracts. Reports shall contain company financial data, results of database searches and open source analysis with final recommendation in standard format. Report shall be completed within 30 days of request. This objective supports the Agency goal to manage Foreign Ownership, Control and Influence (FOCI) in cleared industry.
NSAAnalysis and ProductionIntelligence AnalystTechnical Skills/ProductsEntry/DevelopmentalRecurringThroughout the rating cycle, work with mentor/senior analysts to establish new and monitor existing target selectors, telecommunication technologies, and associations. Deliver responsive, reliable, and effective signals intelligence to internal and external customers, by learning and applying appropriate tools and methodologies and documenting findings in the appropriate format. Documentation will consistently be accurate and complete, in line with Agency's policies and legal constraints, and meet customer requirements. This research supports X Agency objective.
NSAAnalysis and ProductionIntelligence AnalystTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating cycle, independently analyze and prioritize incoming traffic, and write, edit, and release reports that consistently meet supervisor's standards for accuracy and meet 100% of Agency and directorate reporting and dissemination standards and guidelines. Reports will be produced in a timely manner, and meet customer requirements, as determined by supervisor review. Links to strategic goal 3: maintain high standards for intelligence dissemination and product reporting through effective use of tools and techniques.
DIAAnalysis and ProductionDeputy Office ChiefInnovation0Recurring During the performance period, implement across the office at least two new initiatives aimed at improving analysis, administration, and/or business processes. These initiatives can be generated inside or outside the organization and will be evaluated quarterly based on quality and efficiencies gained and will assume existing resources. DI Core Values #6. DIA Strategic Plan Objectives 3.3, 4.3]
DIAAnalysis and ProductionDeputy Office ChiefCommunication0RecurringThroughout the performance period, establish/maintain X modes of routine office-wide communication with established periodicities. These communications should address vertical, horizontal, and cross-matrixed information sharing to include production, budget, personnel, administrative issues, events, policy changes, constructive feedback, and/or organizational successes. [Core Values #7 & #8. Strategic Plan Objectives 2.5, 3.2, 5.2]
DIAAnalysis and ProductionDeputy Office ChiefInnovation0RecurringMaintain monthly dialogue with counterparts in other offices within the directorate and across the broader IC and communicate collaboration as an office-wide expectation. Identify and/or champion at least X opportunities for cross-organization collaboration. Efforts should be aimed at closing critical intelligence gaps and/or innovative strategies to use knowledge as a force multiplier. Each effort must be tracked and reported on a quarterly basis. [Core Values #6 & #7. Strategic Plan Objectives 4.1 and 4.3.]
DIAAnalysis and ProductionDeputy Office ChiefPlanning0Non-recurringIn collaboration with the X, develop (and/or implement) an office-level strategic planning process in order to guide the Division Chiefs to match resource allocations to Strategic Research plans identifying office priorities, critical gaps, resource shortfalls, and analytic/organizational alignments resulting in an annual Office Strategic Implementation Plan. Plan should be initially provided by X and reviewed quarterly. [Core Values #8. Strategic Plan Objectives 6.2 and 7.2.]
DIAAnalysis and ProductionDeputy Office ChiefMentoring, Leadership/ Supervisory0Recurring Establish clear career development/training paths with all Division Chiefs and senior Headquarters staff. Ensure subordinate's Individual Development Plans (IDPs) are completed by X date. Conduct at least one formal mentoring session per quarter with subordinate personnel on career development. Address building expertise, career progression, rotational assignments, and training and educational opportunities. Document the discussion, briefly summarizing what was discussed. [Core Values #2 & #8. Strategic Plan Objectives 3.2 and 5.2.]
DIAAnalysis and ProductionDivision ChiefCustomer Service0Recurring The objective is to identify key customers for each division mission area and program and obtain feedback to inform management decision making. More specific results will include: visit key customers at least two times per year and/or hold forums to convey the status of current capabilities and focus, gain an improved perspective on their requirements, and solicit feedback on past performance; develop and implement a customer feedback mechanism by X date, by collecting feedback and providing results quarterly; obtain specific feedback on at least 15% of division production by X date and provide results quarterly. (Strategic Goals 3.1 and 6.2.)
DIAAnalysis and ProductionDeputy Division ChiefLeadership/ Supervisory, Budgets, Planning0Recurring Lead the process for formulating the budget program build and spend plan for the division. Coordinate with Branch/Team Chiefs and execute the spend plan and track expenditures. Throughout the rating period, provide a monthly report to the Division Chief on monies spent and those remaining. This objective is in line with the stated goals of ďFocusing on core mission and Strengthening capabilitiesĒ by using our financial resources wisely for these purposes.
DIAAnalysis and ProductionDeputy Division ChiefTraining, Leadership/Supervisory0Non-recurringDevelop and execute an in-house Division personnel training plan. In coordination with the Branch/Team Chiefs, establish training objectives/goals for division personnel within (Put time element here, e.g. 15 days) of (Put time element here, e.g., start of calendar year, start of fiscal year). Ensure that training topics are not already covered by organizational-level formal training. Assign instructors using in-house expertise and expertise throughout the organization and the IC. There should be (Put number of training sessions here, e.g., three, 9, 12) training sessions each (Put time element here, e.g., month, year). This objective is in line with the goal of ďInvesting in our PeopleĒ as part of a comprehensive career development plan.
DIAAnalysis and ProductionDeputy Division ChiefHuman Resources/ Personnel0Recurring Coordinate with personnel officer as Division point of contact to ensure that the Division is adequately manned with appropriately qualified personnel throughout the rating period. In coordination with the personnel officer, identify the total number of billets assigned to the Division and address any discrepancy between what is assigned and needed. Ensure that position descriptions are accurate and that all paperwork needed by the personnel officer to advertise a position is submitted within (Put in time element, e.g. 10 days) after a position is either created or vacated. Keep Division and Branch chiefs informed of changes to amount/type of personnel positions assigned to the Division. This objective is in line with the goal of ďInvesting in our PeopleĒ by optimizing our recruiting and retaining of personnel.
DIAAnalysis and ProductionDeputy Division ChiefHuman Resources/ Personnel0Non-recurringSupervise the recommending, writing, and submitting of awards throughout the rating period. In coordination with Branch/Team chiefs, ensure that awards are submitted in a timely and complete manner. Provide nominations and write-ups for the quarterly awards by the (Put in time element here, e.g. 15th day of the last month in the quarter) to the office point of contact. Ensure that awards nominations and write-ups have complete information and appropriately address the topic of the award. This objective is in line with the goal to ďFoster a culture of innovationĒ by rewarding innovation and excellence through awards.
DIAAnalysis and ProductionStaff DirectorBudgets, Planning, Leadership/ Supervisory0Non-recurringSupervise the creation and/or updating of an office resource allocation/budget plan for FY ________ NLT________. Update quarterly, providing the office chief with the necessary information to reallocate resources when needed. Supervise the tracking of office/division progress on spending plan, unfunded requirements, resource reallocations, and development of next-FY annual spending plans. Present, or assign staff to present, summary of relevant issues at the weekly staff meeting to office/division leadership. This supports X goal.
DIAAnalysis and ProductionSenior Intelligence OfficerMentoring, Leadership/ SupervisorySeniorRecurring Throughout the rating period, ensure the work unit's analytic products meet the standards of analytic tradecraft by evaluating the extent to which products: properly describe sourcing; distinguish between underlying intelligence and analystsí assumptions, and analytic judgments; use alternative analysis as appropriate; provide military relevance; argue logically; identify consistency or highlight change; and display logical judgments and assessments. Products should be formally reviewed in accordance with directorate, office, or division guidelines and directives, to include appropriate formatting and consideration for foreign disclosure. This supports X goal.
DIAAnalysis and ProductionSenior Intelligence OfficerMentoringSeniorRecurring During the rating period, monitor and document the professional development of analysts within respective areas of technical expertise, providing regional/functional guidance as required. Advise division management on appropriate technical training for analysts to meet mission requirements on an X (e.g., quarterly) basis, and recommend training solutions, as necessary, to improve analytic capabilities. This supports X goal.
DIAAnalysis and ProductionSupervisory Team ChiefTechnical Skills/Products, Leadership/Supervisory0Recurring Guide the analysis efforts of each team member to optimize analytic rigor in accordance with Intelligence Community Directive 203. Throughout the rating period, review analysis reports for technical accuracy and assessment integrity. Prepare reports for dissemination on divisionís webpage and ensure security and data dissemination procedures and policies are followed. Successfully review at least 20 reports every 6 months. (Strategic Goal #3)
DIAAnalysis and ProductionSupervisory Team ChiefTechnical Skills/Products0Recurring Report at least 2-5 significant activities (SIGACTs) accomplished by the team to the Division Chief on a bi-weekly basis throughout the rating period. Include key analysis findings, product completion, data and analysis exchanges, and collaborative initiatives. Identify personnel and funding resource requirements to mitigate analysis shortfalls and document shortfalls through unfunded requirement requests every quarter. (Strategic Goal #3)
DIAAnalysis and ProductionSupervisory Team ChiefEngagement/ Collaboration, Leadership/ Supervisory0Recurring Meet with weapon system analysts on a monthly basis throughout the rating period to identify and prioritize their analysis requirements. Assign work assignments to team members in a way that ensures accomplishing at least 70% of the highest priority requests within 2 months of receiving the data. (Strategic Goal #3)
DIAAnalysis and ProductionSupervisory Team ChiefEngagement/ Collaboration0Non-recurringIn order to establish and maintain positive relationships with the operations staff and dissemination personnel, host a knowledge management event once per quarter, focusing on issues or successes within the office or directorate. Throughout the rating period, upon notice of changes in DNI or organizational policy that affect information sharing, send this information via a formal communication to all office staff. (Goal #4.3)
DIAAnalysis and ProductionSupervisory Team ChiefTechnical Skills/Products, Customer service0Recurring Implement and maintain production processes, policies, guidelines, and instructions geared toward and/or improving the effective and efficient receipt, validation, and assignment of external intelligence requirements to divisions with intelligence production equities. Provide professional distribution of both initiative and tasked completed products to external customers in a timely manner. This objective will be measured by ensuring 85% of all received external tasks are validated and assigned within Ĺ business day to the division(s) with intelligence equity, 85% of all completed tasked production is forwarded to either operations or other designated customer by the agreed upon suspense date, and 85% of all completed initiative products are either submitted or posted within one business day of receipt by the Knowledge Management Team. Achieving this objective will ensure relevant intelligence is made available to customers in a timely manner throughout the year. (Enterprise Objective #5)
DIAAnalysis and ProductionSupervisory Team ChiefCustomer Service, Leadership/ Supervisory0Recurring Support data driven executive decision making, geared toward customer base analysis, human resource management, and process management, by analyzing and reporting office production metrics gathered from each of the officeís divisions in the office production database. Provide monthly, quarterly, and yearly analysis of tasked production by product type, customer type, and tasking method type within 1 week of the calendar cycle being reported to the office leadership from both an office perspective, and by division.
DIAAnalysis and ProductionAnalyst Continuous Learning, Engagement/CollaborationFull PerformanceNon-recurringMeet with one of [Officeís/Divisionís/elementís] key Intelligence Community counterpart representatives [e.g. COCOM, CIA element, State/INR, Service Center, DEA, etc] to discuss [area of interest/functional area/topic/issue] once per [timeframe/periodicity]. Relay results of meeting to chain of command within X days. Establish point of contact roster and keep updated. (Strategic Goals 3/4)
DIAAnalysis and ProductionAnalyst Continuous Learning, Engagement/CollaborationSeniorNon-recurringHost/set up meeting with one of [Officeís/Divisionís/elementís name] key Intelligence Community counterpart organization [e.g. COCOM, CIA element, State/INR, Service Center, DEA, etc] to discuss [area of interest/functional area/topic/issue] once per [timeframe/periodicity]. Endorse [Office/Division/Element] mission and advance its importance within the organization and promote and provide an understanding of the [Office/Division/Element] mission and foster collaboration. Relay results of meetings to chain of command within X days. Establish point of contact roster and keep updated. (Strategic Goals 3/4)
DIAAnalysis and ProductionAnalyst Continuous learningEntry/DevelopmentalNon-recurringWith guidance and supervision, conduct [quantity] trip(s) to [travel location] to gain knowledge and experience on your [countries/functional area(s)/topics/issues] every [timeframe/periodicity]. Submit trip summary, with information learned to supervisor within X days of travel. (Strategic Goals 3/4)
DIAAnalysis and ProductionAnalyst Technical Skills/ProductsEntry/DevelopmentalRecurring With guidance and supervision, [author, co-author, draft, write, produce] [quantity] written [current intelligence, term intelligence] product(s) (e.g. intelligence note/full article, etc] that meet(s) DNI and division analytic standards and [Office/Division/Element] production guidance on the following [countries/functional area(s)/topics/issue] by [timeframe/periodicity]. Products will reflect engagement (e.g. collaboration) with other analysts and stakeholders and incorporate their coordinated views. (Strategic Goal 3/3.1)
DIAAnalysis and ProductionAnalyst Technical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurring With minimal guidance, [author, co-author, draft, write, produce] [quantity] written [current intelligence, term intelligence] product(s) [e.g. full article, etc.] that meet(s) DNI and division analytic standards and [Office/Division/Element] production guidance on the following [countries/functional area(s)/topics/issue] by [timeframe/periodicity]. Products will reflect engagement with other analysts and stakeholders and incorporate their coordinated views. (Strategic Goal 3/3.1)
DIAAnalysis and ProductionAnalyst Technical Skills/Products0Recurring Throughout the rating period, consistently meet suspense dates/times for [assigned taskings/briefing/products] assigned by team or division management. Adhere to [DI_Ops/Division/Office/Element] procedures/requirements, when responding. Plan and prioritize work activities to complete taskings on time. Advise management of key issues or milestones as they occur, and provide sound recommendations to address problem areas or deadline extensions prior to suspense dates. (Strategic Goal 3/3.1)
DIAAnalysis and ProductionAnalyst Technical Skills/ProductsEntry/DevelopmentalRecurring With guidance and supervision, produce foreign releasable versions of [quantity or percentage] of written intelligence products in accordance with foreign exchange and disclosure policy guidance within [timeframe] of original item production date. (Strategic Goal 4/4.1)
DIAAnalysis and ProductionAnalyst Technical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurring With minimal guidance, produce foreign releasable versions of [quantity or percentage] of written intelligence products in accordance with foreign exchange and disclosure policy guidance within [timeframe] of original item production date. (Strategic Objectives 3.4/7)
JIEDDOAnalysis and ProductionDeputy J2Technical Skills/ProductsExpertRecurringThroughout the rating period, produce J2 products that are timely (i.e., executive summaries and global snapshot articles will report key Improvised Explosive Device (IED) incidents within three days of receiving intelligence), and that enhance the overall global knowledge base of key IED tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs). Consistently complete products by the agreed upon suspense dates. This objective supports the Director's priority intelligence requirements (PIR).
JIEDDOAnalysis and ProductionDeputy J2Planning, Leadership/SupervisoryExpertNon-recurringDevelop a plan to transition the Division to DCIPS within required timeframes and fill 50% of vacant or new government positions within the division by the end of the rating period. The draft plan should be completed by XX date and include specific strategies and necessary steps needed to hire additional government personnel and to transition subject matter expertise from contractor-based to government personnel. Ensure transition and hiring activities are executed throughout the rating period in accordance with the requirements and timeframes specified in the plan. Document key success and explain deviations from plan. This objective supports X goal.
MCIAAnalysis and ProductionBranch HeadLeadership/SupervisorySupervisorRecurringThroughout the rating period, review division taskings for relevance by tracking taskings in the command trackings system and/or within the division, reviewing the taskings for relevance. Negotiate with customer/ higher HQ for deliverable and timelines before acceptance. Taskings must meet agreed upon timelines and 90% of exceptions must be identified and justified prior to due date. Supports mission accomplishment.
OUSD(I)Analysis and ProductionProgram AnalystWritten CommunicationExpertRecurringIn order to help the organization synchronize and optimize cross-discipline, intra-USD(I), and inter-departmental collaboration and coordination, complete collection policy-related staff action packages as assigned and within prescribed timelines 90% of the time throughout the rating period. Initial comment drafts should not require substantive editing, as determined by supervisor review. Supports X mission.
ArmyAnalysis and ProductionIntelligence AnalystTechnical Skills/ProductsEntry/DevelopmentalRecurringThroughout the rating period, submit intelligence products on Improvised Explosive Device (IED) incidents and networks in X and X areas of interest. Products will be timely (i.e., executive summaries and global snapshot articles will report key IED incidents within three days of receiving intelligence) and will enhance the overall knowledge base of key IED tactics, techniques, and procedures within the area of operations, as determined by supervisory review. Products will adhere to the WTI lexicon and require no more than two drafts for grammatical and content errors. Products will be completed by the agreed upon suspense dates. This objective supports the Directorís priority intelligence requirements.
Military Service Analysis and ProductionIntelligence SpecialistEngagement/CollaborationSeniorRecurringIn support of service Title 10 requirements, represent the Service at key national conferences related to future imagery intelligence collection capabilities and supporting architecture throughout the rating period. For each event or meeting attended, provide a summary of key issues discussed, your concerns, and your recommendations to your supervisor and other relevant stakeholders within X working days of attendance. Supports transformation of Service caps per service and IC policies and directives.
Military Service Analysis and ProductionIntelligence (0132)Human Resources/ PersonnelSeniorRecurringThroughout the rating period, coordinate completion of all division personnel actions in accordance with timelines delivered by relevant directives and formal guidance. Update documentation of inbound/outbound personnel on a weekly basis, provide orientation materials/guidance to inbounds within X days of start, and develop a feasible plan for replacements and/or workarounds to cover gaps and submit it for approval within X days. Supports the goal to train, man, and equip.
Military Service Analysis and ProductionIntelligence (0132)Human Resources/ PersonnelSeniorRecurringCreate and follow a checklist for the programming, monitoring, and execution of various Division submissions (official temporary travel, service level special programs, and other funding received/executed by Division) that ensure the Director of Intel/G2 guidance is incorporated and that requirements received are vetted and approved. When executing programs, checklist should be applied as a form of documentation ensuring program execution of said budgets meet regulatory and comptroller-directed goals for commitment and timelines, obligations, and expenditures while satisfying stated requirements using best practices. Execution should result in program submissions which meet all requirements 90% of the time. Supports goal to man, train, and equip.
Military Service Analysis and ProductionIntelligence (0132)PlanningSeniorRecurringProduce a detailed report that outlines a development, maintenance, and management plan for the Division's system of receiving, assigning, tracking, and submitting an externally and internally generated tasking (formal and informal) to meet given deadlines and achieve the Director of Intel/G2's goal of ensuring timely submission of tasks throughout the performance cycle. Follow plan to execution, by developing, maintaining, and managing the system in a timely and efficient manner, as determined by customer feedback. Any requirements for deadline extensions should be coordinated two weeks prior to deadlines and relayed through the chain of command. Supports the goal to train, man, and equip.
Military Service Analysis and ProductionIntelligence AnalystTechnical Skills/ProductsFull Performance, SeniorRecurringFor each request received throughout the rating period, produce a current intelligence analysis for counter/anti-terrorism leaders and coalition partners within 48 hours of request. Products should meet Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 203 standards and be in accordance with the request received, as determined by supervisor review. Supports keeping decision makers and leadership informed of potential threats.
ArmyAnalysis and ProductionIntelligence SpecialistTraining SeniorNon-recurringIn support of the componentís mission, identify and record training requirements for the commanders in theater. By the end of October, ensure that 90% of the population under your supervision have completed all required training by producing monthly reminder communications and initiating personal contact two weeks in advance of the training deadline.
ArmyAnalysis and ProductionSenior Intelligence OfficerHuman Resources/ PersonnelSeniorNon-recurringBy 30 September 2010, complete 85% of all activities by AMC, such as identification of pay pool key players, development of pay pool structure, and establishment of timelines that lead to the execution of RDECOM DCIPS mock pay pool sessions 60 days after DCIPS midpoint review. Capture, assess, and document lessons learned and recommend two fully developed, feasible improvements to the DCIPS pay pool process to senior leadership and headquarters within 60 days after completion of mock pay pool sessions. This supports the organizational goal to foster a culture of innovation and high performance through required implementation of DCIPS.
ArmyAnalysis and ProductionSenior Intelligence OfficerCustomer ServiceSeniorRecurringIn support of the componentís mission to provide guidance and assistance to key leadership and staff on matters relating to intelligence and security programs, visit 75% of the organizationís Research, Development, and Engineering Centers and Laboratories by the end of the rating period to address employee concerns. For each completed visit, submit a trip report that includes a detailed summary and recommendations for improvement to supervisor within the agreed upon timeframe.
ArmyAnalysis and ProductionSenior Intelligence OfficerMentoring, Leadership/SupervisorySeniorRecurringMeet with all G2 subordinate Division Chiefs twice during the rating period to discuss operational requirements, goals, and objectives in support of the organizationís G2 mission. Develop leadership and supervisory skills of supervisory employees through the development of tailored Individual Development Plans (IDPs) by 1 November 09, conducting three coaching and feedback sessions during the rating period with each rated employee, and conducting additional counseling or coaching as required. Complete documentation to indicate that sessions took place and that all required components of the session were completed.
ArmyAnalysis and ProductionSenior Intelligence OfficerLeadership/Supervisory, Human Resources/PersonnelSeniorRecurringConduct three Directorate-wide structured meetings and one Directorate-wide team building activity covering topics such as Consideration of Others, Similarity, or Group Communications within the rating period in order to create a positive working environment through adherence to merit and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) principles. The meetings should result in positive employee feedback and employee comprehension of EEO principles as determined by feedback evaluation forms. This supports the organizational goal to foster a culture of innovation and high performance.
ArmyAnalysis and ProductionIntelligence SpecialistTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringIn support of the componentís mission of rapidly integrating and delivering technology-enabled solutions to the US warfighter, in accordance with customer requirements, provide timely, relevant, and accurate all-source intelligence to RDECOM Headquarters and Intelligence Officers throughout the rating period. Support will consist of research, analysis, and production of all-source analytical products and briefings (90% of which will be derived from X) and will be disseminated in accordance with applicable regulations, within tasker suspense dates, and with 90% satisfaction of prescribed timelines.
MCIAAnalysis and ProductionSenior EditorWritten CommunicationSeniorNon-recurringWithin the reporting period, compile a submission requirements and writing standard operating procedure (SOP) that delineates acceptable procedures for analysts. Document should combine IC standards and those unique to MCIA into a single-source reference. Document will be submitted to supervisor on the agreed upon date. This document will help the command improve its production timelines and quality assurance goals.
MCIAAnalysis and ProductionSenior EditorTechnical Skills/ProductsSeniorRecurringTo support the command's goal to provide intelligence production to the Marines in the field, accept, assign, track, and oversee products submitted by analysts throughout the rating period. Respond to submissions within 2 business days of receipt, ensuring products posted meet the quality and security standards set by the componentís production manual. During the rating period, no more than 2 reviewed products should be flagged for not meeting required standards.
Military Service Analysis and ProductionSenior Intelligence PlannerTechnical Skills/ProductsSeniorNon-recurringIn support of NORTHCOM within the greater National Capital region, produce the Joint Forces support plan and associated intelligence task listings to existing NORTHCOM theater campaign plans in accordance with commander guidance, coordinating agencies, and within agreed upon timeframes. The plan must articulate detailed information related to command function, activity, and capabilities, in accordance with command policy/standard operating procedure.
ArmyHuman CapitalHuman ResourcesHuman Resources/ PersonnelFull PerformanceRecurringOn a weekly basis throughout the reporting period, provide supervisor with excel-based status reports on military losses/gains, rotational expectations, evaluations, and retirements. Coordinate with service PACs to ensure accuracy of data. The status report should conform to standards for accuracy and clarity. This objective supports the goal of having adequate support personnel on hand to meet overall mission needs.
ArmyAnalysis and ProductionIntelligence SpecialistTechnical Skills/Products, Leadership/SupervisorySeniorRecurringAs the Iraq tactical overwatch team lead oversee the analysis, exploitation, and dissemination of all production within the work unit in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) deployed forces. Throughout the rating period, consistently review products to ensure they are in accordance with the production branch's standard operating procedures and the division's mission. Ensure 80% of requests for information are satisfy customer's standards and suspense dates during the rating period. This supports X goal.
ArmyAnalysis and ProductionIntelligence SpecialistTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringWith minimal day-to-day supervisory guidance throughout the rating period, exploit and analyze information to produce relevant intelligence products in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) deployed forces. Products must consistently meet the standards associated with the production branch's standard operating procedures and satisfy customer requirements, as determined by supervisor review. This supports X goal.
ArmyAnalysis and ProductionIntelligence Specialist Technical Skills/ProductsSeniorRecurringOver the course of the rating period, consistently and independently execute assigned collection activities in accordance with the XXX Military Intelligence Group Collection strategy and other relevant guidance to produce collection products. Products should meet quality standards as determined by relevant organizational guidelines and supervisor review. This supports the battalion's collection mission.
ArmyAnalysis and ProductionSupervisory Intelligence SpecialistEngagement/CollaborationSeniorRecurringDuring the rating period, advise the Battalion Commander on appropriate courses of action concerning intelligence oversight, force modernization, and civilian personnel issues through expert knowledge of applicable regulations and policies and knowledge of staffing efforts from both higher and subordinate echelons. Consistently provide timely and relevant advice and assistance, as determined by Battalion Commander's feedback and mission requirements. This objective supports the battalion's ability to conduct its mission.
ArmyAnalysis and ProductionIntelligence Specialist (Foreign Intelligence Officer)Technical Skills/ProductsSeniorRecurringOver the course of the rating period and with minimal supervision, ensure intelligence support established in support of the Materiel Enterprise (ME) is provided to RDA Activities in accordance with established Directives/Regulations. Ensure intelligence support is relevant and meets established ME timelines. Provided support should result in adequate customer satisfaction as determined by a Customer Survey developed and disseminated in August. Supports identifying threats to our current capabilities and new technologies under development by our adversaries.
ArmyAnalysis and ProductionIntelligence Specialist (Foreign Intelligence Officer)Technical Skills/ProductsSeniorRecurringDuring this evaluation period and with minimal guidance, produce all-source intelligence products tailored to AMC and its customers worldwide. Products will include both the relevance to AMC and potential impact to AMC and its customers in order to provide decision makers with information on which to determine if program/project or current operations need to be adjusted to mitigate the risk posed by the identified threat. Threat assessments should be disseminated and posted to the AMC G2 Websites on a weekly basis throughout the rating period. Support should result in adequate customer satisfaction as determined by a customer survey developed and disseminated in August. Supports two goals: 1. Identify threats to our current capabilities and new technologies under development by our adversaries. 2. Provide intelligence support to AMC strategic plans and operations.
JIEDDOCollection and OperationsDeputy J2Training, BudgetsExpertNon-recurringCreate, coordinate, and implement a budget and a core training program by X date. The training program should include concrete and feasible plans for how to refine the division from an "ad-hoc" operational environment to a more effective permanent entity and meet supervisor standards for quality. This objective supports the organizational goal of X.
JIEDDOCollection and OperationsDeputy J2Engagement/CollaborationExpertNon-recurringIn support of the division's strategic focus to support C-IED efforts, organize and host at least one interagency conference on the production of 8NE collaborative intelligence products focused on the C-IED problem by the end of the rating period. The conference should be the result of an interagency effort and conform to the componentís standards. Within X business days of the conference, submit a summary report on the effectiveness of the conference in meeting goal of supporting C-IED efforts, the activities discussed and products presented. This objective supports the organizational goal of X.
JIEDDOCollection and OperationsJ2 Ops Branch ChiefLeadership/SupervisoryExpertRecurringThroughout the rating period, direct the daily management of the J2 operations branch, creating Ops products and efforts that are timely (i.e., executive summaries or other staff products will report key C-IED issues or developments within three days of receipt), and enhance the overall global knowledge base of key IED tactics, techniques, and procedures contrasted by the organizationís initiatives or proposed concept of operations to counter them. Products or activities will be completed by the agreed upon suspense dates and meet supervisor standards for quality. This objective supports X goal.
USMCCollection and OperationsIntelligence SpecialistTechnical Skills/ProductsFull Performance RecurringThroughout the rating period, provide qualitative review of all incoming tasks relevant to the componentís equities and prepare responses to tasks, providing quality (as rated by a supervisor) technical input based on relevant research and work unit feedback. For each response, provide comments or concurrence to XXX within 1 working day prior to the due date or within 3 working days prior to the due date when flag/SES level approval is required. This supports X goal.
USMCCollection and OperationsIntelligence SpecialistWritten CommunicationSeniorRecurringThroughout the rating period, provide comments on a X (weekly, monthly) basis after conducting a substantive review on assigned Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, and the componentís policies and directives to determine applicability to the component. Review the componentís policies to ensure consistency against external directives and provide comments or concurrence by 1 working day prior to due date or within 3 working days prior to due date when Flag/SES level approval is required. This supports X goal.
MCIACollection and OperationsIntelligence (0132)Technical Skills/ProductsSeniorRecurringThroughout the rating period, develop all-source collection strategies utilizing national, technical means supporting command validated requirements that result in the collection of relevant, useable data/information utilized by the analytical elements of the command. Strategies must be in accordance with command requirements, as determined by supervisor/manager review. Strategic Goal #2: Provide analysis that is preeminent and supports mission accomplishments.
MCIACollection and OperationsIntelligence (0132)Planning, Technical Skills/ProductsSeniorRecurringIn support of each unified combatant command, produce the command intelligence support plan to existing theater campaign plans in accordance with command policies and directives, coordinating agencies, and within agreed upon timelines. Each plan must articulate detailed information related to command functions, activities, and capabilities. Strategy Goal #1: Focus mission and enterprise activities to support the intelligence needs of its customers.
DIACollection and OperationsCollection ManagerTechnical Skills/Products0Recurring Throughout the rating period, proactively conduct multi-discipline research of IC standing and ad hoc collection requirements to assist analysts in identifying collection gaps, and preclude redundant taskings. As appropriate, create, coordinate, validate, monitor, and cancel agency and service production center all-source collection requirements. Requirement research, development/creation, and submission should be made in a manner consistent with the aim of meeting supported analytic customerís timeline. Forward XX% of requirements to subsequent stage on or before due date in accordance with established discipline timelines. Solicit analytical feedback to determine satisfaction of collection requirements before the expiration date is reached. Based on input provided by the analyst, collection manager will modify, extend, or cancel requirement as needed. (Strategic Objective 3.4)
DIACollection and OperationsCollection ManagerCommunication0Recurring Compile data, draft, deliver, and brief a Weekly Activities Report (WAR) at Office-level production meetings and in other forums as required throughout the rating period. Successful completion of this objective will be measured by delivering 95% of WARs upon deadline with inputs covering the activities and planned agendas of (Office) collection coordinators, collection managers, embedded single-source support personnel, and Ė as appropriate Ė analysts working with collectors. (Strategic Objective 2.1)
ArmyCollection and OperationsInteragency Intelligence OfficerEngagement/CollaborationSupervisorRecurringIn support of organizational policy for interagency operations, attend X number of meetings, conferences, and working groups within the state, local, national, and defense intelligence community throughout the rating period. Produce and submit threat executive summaries for each event that meet supervisor standards and submit them to senior leadership and staff within X days of attending each event.
ArmyCollection and OperationsSupervisory Intelligence SpecialistEngagement/Collaboration, Leadership/SupervisorySeniorRecurringThroughout the rating period, manage battalion investigations, collection operations, and analysis by interpreting relevant policies and regulations and providing guidance to subordinate elements to ensure operational activities are conducted in accordance with established guidelines, policies, and regulations. Guidance given should result in no more than five documented incidents of deviations from established mission documents within the rating period. This objective is paramount to the success of the organization's mission.
ArmyCollection and OperationsIntelligence SpecialistEngagement/Collaboration, Leadership/SupervisoryExpertRecurringThroughout the rating period, coordinate, manage, and direct daily operational activities related to complex counterintelligence investigations, operations, and collection activities of assigned field offices and assigned Army elements of the National Joint Terrorism Task Forces in accordance with AR 381-12, 381-20, 902d MI Group GIB Handbook and Army G-2 and INSCOM Interim Policies Investigations, resulting in an increase in the effectiveness and/or productivity of B Company's counterintelligence activities by 3-5% when compared to the previous year's (given no decrease in available resources). This objective directly supports the stated mission to conduct Counterintelligence investigations, operations, and collections.
ArmyCollection and OperationsIntelligence SpecialistMentoring, Leadership/SupervisoryExpertRecurringOn a consistent basis throughout the rating period, educate, train, and mentor Field Office Special Agents in Charge and Operations Officers (and FO Special Agents, if applicable) through informal directives, conversations, electronic communications, formal training events, packages, or forums. Explain the tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) required to successfully implement covering agent program activities and specific TTPs for conducting counterintelligence investigations, operations, and collection activities in accordance with AR 381-12, 381-20, 902d and Collection Activities. Training and mentoring should result in performance statistics that are comparable to the previous year, as determined by B Company internal tracking and measurement mechanisms such as Reporting Evaluation Forms and Activity Tracking System (provided no decrease in available resources). This objective directly supports the stated mission to conduct Counterintelligence investigations, operations, and collections.
ArmyCollection and OperationsIntelligence SpecialistCustomer ServiceExpertRecurringThroughout the rating period, meet with at least 80% of Tier 1 customers and contacts on a quarterly basis and at least 50% of Tier II customers and contacts on a quarterly basis. Generate liaison contact reports in the required format for at least 80% of the Tier I and Tier II meetings within five working days after the meetings.
ArmyCollection and OperationsIntelligence SpecialistTechnical Skills/ProductsExpertRecurringIn support of the battalion's investigative mission over the course of the rating period, execute investigations during the rating period in accordance with 902d Military Intelligence group investigative handbook and other relevant guidance. Create investigative products that consistently meet quality standards as determined by relevant organizational guidelines and supervisor review.
DSSCommunication and Media ServicesCommunication SpecialistCommunicationExpertRecurringAs required throughout the rating period, develop and maintain key messages/talking points for the agency that accurately reflect Director's intent and agency goals and priorities. Provide messages/talking points to the speaker at least 48 hours prior to the event. This supports the agency's goal to deliver critical mission support operations.
DSSCommunication and Media ServicesCommunication SpecialistCustomer ServiceSeniorRecurringThroughout the rating period, respond to routine internal requests for web postings within 24 hours of receipt. Ensure postings are done accurately and in accordance with customer request, as determined by supervisor review. This supports the agency's goal to deliver critical mission support operations.
DSSCommunication and Media ServicesCongressional Affairs SpecialistCustomer ServiceFull PerformanceRecurringRespond to routine congressional queries in a timely fashion and with an accurate and complete response. Respond to 95% of queries within 48 hours of receipt. Elevate non-routine or problematic taskers to management within X timeframe. This supports the agency's goal to deliver critical mission support operations.
MCIACommunication and Media ServicesEditorTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringDuring this reporting period, consistently edit, fact check, and layout in publishing format, products assigned by supervisor to the level of quality and security standards of the production manual. Consistently complete products within the timeframe set by the supervisor. This objective supports the command's goal to provide expeditionary intelligence to X.
MCIACommunication and Media ServicesEditorContinuous learningFull PerformanceNon-recurringDuring this performance period, identify, register, and attend two professional development courses geared toward editing, grammar, or publishing (use of applicable software). Within two weeks of completion of each course, provide a summary (written or oral presentation) to your work team of key highlights from the course and how the information in the course can be applied on the job. These courses should be targeted to maintain or improve the command's goal to improve the quality and timeliness of its production.
DIACommunication and Media ServicesTech EditorTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringFor each office or division document forwarded for review throughout the rating period, perform a technical edit within 24 hours of receipt. Ensure each document is in compliance with the component or DoD correspondence standards, has proper classification and declassification markings, and is written in a clear, concise, and logical manner that can be understood by a broad readership. Clearly identify statements or conclusions that are not supported by intelligence reporting and consistently provide a markup copy of each document using track changes or comments to the originator, team lead, or division chief within two hours of completion.
DIACommunication and Media ServicesTech EditorTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating period, consistently provide technical editing/writing/re-writing of each office/division product within one week of receipt. Products should be reviewed for the following to ensure that at least 90% of products show no more than three inconsistencies in the data or format: accuracy and consistency of technical data; use of a cross-reference methodology; and adherence to applicable office standards, formats, and specifications. This objective supports X goal.
DIACommunication and Media ServicesTech EditorWritten CommunicationFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating period, provide a written communication describing changes to the editorial review process or correspondence guidelines to division chiefs and office staff within one day of receipt of information. Provide a set of recommendations for updating or modifying the office production/quality control process policy on a quarterly basis to the senior intelligence officer. This supports X goal.
DIACommunication and Media ServicesTech Editor0Full PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating period, submit a complete and accurate office Significant Activity Report (SAR) to office leadership by 1200 every other Tuesday. The report must meet office format and editing requirements and include reports from each division on the following categories of information: Items requiring attention, mission highlights, outreach activities, and upcoming events. To ensure information is received, send notifications to division leadership the Monday prior to each SAR due date. This supports X goal.
ArmyCommunication and Media ServicesAT/FPTrainingFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating period, coordinate and conduct security training including Crisis Prevention Training, Anti-terrorist/Force Protection, and Communication Security Training for staff that results in employees understanding key training objectives in each course, as determined by end of course evaluations. For the online anti-terrorism training, track compliance and send reminders to the non-compliant employees at regular intervals until 90% compliance is achieved. This supports the objective of providing optimal safety and readiness of staff and patients.
NSAFacilities and LogisticsLogisticsInnovationSeniorNon-recurringBy the end of the reporting period, establish and document a process to ensure equipment is destroyed in accordance with security and information assurance regulations and policies. Identify potential vendors by performing a market survey by January 2009, establish a statement of work by March 2009, and provide a procurement package to contracting by July 2009. This objective directly supports the team goal of providing reliable destruction services.
NSAFacilities and LogisticsLogisticsCustomer ServiceFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating period, and with minimal supervision, respond to customer requests by removing excess equipment from their spaces within an average of 5 business days. At the time of pick up, perform an inventory and document any discrepancies. Provide inventory results to the property office daily. This objective supports the organizational goal to provide reliable and responsive logistics services.
NSAFacilities and LogisticsLogisticsInnovationSeniorNon-recurringIn support of organizational goals to provide best business practices, establish and document a new standardized excess process that increases the efficiency of the process and complies with agency regulations and policies by 27 February 2009. Submit standard operating procedures to be published on the logistics website by 31 March 2009. Provide requirements for additional manpower to senior management by 30 January 2009.
NSAFacilities and LogisticsLogistics0Full PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating period, and with minimal supervision, dispose of 100% of hazardous waste collected via the federally mandated timeframe while ensuring compliance with all federal, state, and local laws. Notify the hazardous waste removal contractor by the 45th storage date as determined by the waste tracking database. This objective supports X goal.
NSAFacilities and LogisticsPurchasing SpecialistContinuous LearningFull PerformanceNon-recurringBy the end of the rating cycle, participate in at least 40 hours of professional development activities applicable to your duties. At least 20 hours should be formal training and the remainder informal. Informal training includes professional conferences, presentations, and/or tours. All training activities must be approved by your supervisor prior to attendance and your attendance documented. Choose three professional development activities and write or present a summary for your work team, detailing how the information you learned can be applied on the job. (Agency mandated training is not considered a professional/development activity.) This objective supports X goal.
NSAFacilities and LogisticsLogistics Service OfficerBudgetsFull PerformanceRecurringWith minimal supervision, ensure 100% of monthly statements are certified for payment by the established due date. Every month in the rating period, randomly audit no less than 10% of transaction files for each cardholder and document findings. This objective supports X goal.
ArmyFacilities and LogisticsLogistics Management SpecialistHuman Resources/ PersonnelFull PerformanceRecurringDevelop and produce by X date communications describing a vision for the work unit that: align performance expectations with organizational goals, encourages a safe work environment, and promptly address allegations of noncompliance. Throughout the rating period, evaluate the implementation of the vision by surveying at least 50% of employees, ensuring continuing application of, and compliance with, applicable laws, regulations, and policies governing prohibited personnel practices; record results in a report and promptly address allegations of prohibited discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. This objective supports...
ArmyFacilities and LogisticsLogistics Management Specialist0Full PerformanceRecurringAs required, throughout the rating period, review, analyzes, and evaluate current project logistics programs to determine their overall effectiveness in achieving full logistical support operations, and their compliance with representatives of X, X, and other DoD components in developing, monitoring, and evaluating joint logistic programs. Based on reviews, program enhancements (per component guidance) will be developed and tasked within XX days of review. Document process and submit an overall summary report (of review/analysis, program enhancements, and implementation outcome) within 1 month of implementation. This objective supports...
ArmyFacilities and LogisticsGeneral Supply Specialist0Full PerformanceRecurringConduct inventory of all weapons in accordance with AR 190-11 that are assigned to AoA by the 15th of each month. Ensure weapons are gauged yearly and maintained quarterly for service in accordance with 902nd MI Group SOP. Coordinate with S-3 deployment officer to issue and receive weapons in accordance with AoA deploying personnel. Maintain files for all documents pertaining to the Arms Room Operation and operate the intrusion detection system in accordance with Army regulations, installation regulations, and SOPs. Produce a summary report of Arms Room Operation activities, including maintenance outcomes and changes in inventory for supervisor review by the end of each quarter. This objective supports...
ArmyFacilities and LogisticsGeneral Supply Specialist0Full PerformanceRecurringDuring this rating period, evaluate the rotation of all GSA fleet vehicles assigned to AoA to ensure at least 50% utilization within each quarter. Document the conclusions of the evaluation and provide results to supervisor by the end of each quarter. This supports...
ArmyFacilities and LogisticsGeneral Supply Specialist0Full PerformanceRecurringDuring the rating period, prepare a GSA mileage express report, in the required format, by the last day of each month to review all government motor vehicle and voyage miscellaneous gas credit cards and their replacement from the past month. This objective supports...
DSSFacilities and LogisticsInventory Management Specialist0Full PerformanceNon-recurringBy the end of the fiscal year, produce a reconciled property book, documenting inventory results in the appropriate format and within division standards. In order to do this, conduct and reconcile an annual wall to wall inventory of all agency accountable property. Obtain signature and acknowledgement from each manager on their respective inventory. Brief Chief on inventory results. This objective supports the delivery of critical mission support operations.
DSSFacilities and LogisticsMailroom Manager0Full PerformanceRecurringProcess and distribute accountable and non-accountable mail within federal timelines (24 hours of receipt), procedural guidance and customer requirements. The customer will be provided the mail that accurately corresponds to their Branch. Monitor and brief senior leadership on disposition of mail operations. This supports the agency goal to deliver critical mission support operations.
USMCFinancial ManagementFiscal OfficerFinancialFull PerformanceRecurringIn support of Intel Department's mission to train, man, and equip, develop and submit a completed obligation and expenditure weekly report to the Intel Department Fiscal Manager no later than noon every Friday; exceptions must be justified and approved by the manager in advance. The report should be developed in accordance with required formats and standards and include current and accurate obligation and expenditure information.
USMCFinancial ManagementAssistant Fiscal OfficerFinancialFull PerformanceRecurringDuring this reporting period, prepare obligation and expenditure reports, in the required format, and deliver to the fiscal officer for review by Friday at 12:00 each week. The report should consistently include accurate obligation and expenditure data, as determined by supervisor review. Supports the Intel Department's mission to train, man, and equip.
DSSFinancial ManagementFinancial ManagerEngagement/CollaborationFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating period, represent the Directorate at standard and ad hoc meetings or workgroups as required, and provide summaries to supervisor of key issues addressed at meeting and how they impact the Directorate. When necessary, follow up on requests for information by submitting reports on requested activity. Summaries and reports are to be submitted within an agreed upon time frame and in the format required by the supervisor or stakeholder. Supports strategic goal to achieve operational excellence.
DSSFinancial ManagementProgram AnalystBudgets, PlanningSeniorNon-RecurringDuring the rating period, plan, program, budget, and execute the yearly budget. Quarterly execution rates of 25%, 80%, and 20% should be met by spending resources laid out in the spend plan. If unable to meet quarterly percentages, inform director and the chief of budget execution. This objective supports delivering critical mission support operations.
DSSFinancial ManagementProgram AnalystHuman Resources/ PersonnelSeniorRecurringUpon request throughout the rating period, prepare and staff vacant fill actions, promotions, and realignments within the organization in agreed upon timeframes. Assist division chief in filling vacant Full-Time Employee positions by providing a certification for use in interviewing and selecting new personnel in accordance with the chief's requirements and timeframes. This supports critical mission support operations.
DSSFinancial ManagementResource AdvisorFinancial, AdministrationFull PerformanceRecurringDuring the rating period, keep financial records and ensure that funding for travel, contracts, training, supplies, etc. are met within the targeted budget on a quarterly basis. Provide monthly updates to senior leadership in the required format. This objective meets the goal of operational excellence.
NSAHealth Services and Environmental SafetySafety SpecialistSafetyFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating cycle, identify serious safety and health hazards through targeted worksite inspections, email inquiries, and phone reports. Document hazards in the FMA database within two business days, and follow up and resolve outstanding "open" hazards to achieve an Abatement Effectiveness Index (days to resolve divided by required resolution timeframe) of less than or equal to 3.0. This supports the objective of achieving superior hazard recognition and control.
JIEDDOHuman CapitalChiefHuman Resources/Personnel, Leadership/SupervisoryExpertRecurringThroughout the rating period, validate military manning requirements and initiate recruiting actions through the military services within 60 days of requirement determination. Ensure an aggregate fill rate of 90 percent by continuously developing, refining, and revalidating civilian personnel requirements. Document actions and resulting outcomes in a final report to supervisor in the agreed upon timeframe. This objective supports the organizational goal of obtaining and retaining personnel resources required to meet all mission requirements.
MCIAHuman CapitalDivision HeadTraining, Leadership/SupervisorySupervisorRecurringTo support mission accomplishment, provide X number of training opportunities to subordinates in accordance with established position standards, IC standards, and employee individual development plans (IDPs). Meet with all subordinates on a quarterly basis to ensure he/she is aware of and completing required training. Document the review session and include an explanation if circumstances arise in which an employee cannot meet the training requirements identified in the IDP.
ArmyHuman CapitalSecurity SpecialistMentoring, Leadership/SupervisorySeniorRecurringProvide procedural and task guidance to subordinates throughout the reporting period as needed, and complete four coaching and feedback sessions with each subordinate during the rating period. Each session should include a discussion of work performance and the employee's Individual Development Plan (IDP), clearly outlining expectations for the individual and ensuring their objectives are in support of mission requirements. Positive and negative performance should be addressed along with suggestions for developmental opportunities. Complete documentation to indicate that each session took place in the required timeframe and that all required components of the session were completed. This supports X goal.
DSSHuman CapitalClassificationHuman Resources/Personnel Full PerformanceRecurringFor each recruitment package received throughout the reporting period, review the position description (PD) to determine the requisite action, approve, modify, or create new PDs as required. Include accurate and compliant PD in recruitment package, such that misclassification events are limited to 3 or fewer during the reporting period. This supports the organizationís hiring goals.
DSSHuman CapitalHR SpecialistHuman Resources/Personnel Full PerformanceRecurringOn a regular basis throughout the reporting period, upon receipt of package, check information for relevance, accuracy, and compliance with Human Resources (HR) standard operating procedures (SOP), submitting status updates as required. Submit package to WHS or if package is non-routine submit it to supervisor in accordance with HR SOP. This objective supports the organizationís hiring goals.
DSSHuman CapitalInstructorTraining, Technical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringFrom 1 October 20 to 30 September develop and update assigned Instructor led course material, products, and student aids as determined necessary by management. Complete updates within agreed upon timelines. The delivery method must be appropriate to adult learning, promote student learning, display a variety of teaching methods, effective pacing, student involvement, illustrate relevance of instruction, and utilize appropriate technology, as determined by end of course critique. End of course critiques and supervisory classroom observation should reflect acceptable student satisfaction related to overall course and Instructor satisfaction. This objective supports Strategic Goal 4.4 Deliver Standardized Security Education, Training and Awareness Products and Services.
DSSHuman CapitalInstructorTraining, Technical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the performance period, submit feedback on assigned curriculum to Curriculum Manager within the agreed upon timeline. Comments should cover the content of the curriculum (e.g. meets relevant policies/standards) and the format and functionality of graphics, audio and video, as assessed by Curriculum Manager feedback and supervisory observations. This objective supports Strategic Goal 4.4 Deliver Standardized Security Education, Training and Awareness Products and Services.
DSSHuman CapitalCurriculum ManagerTraining, Technical Skills/Products0RecurringFrom 1 October to 30 September, lead the development and delivery of assigned course and/or training products following the Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation (ADDIE) model. Advise the Director, DSS Academy of the need to develop courses and/or training products as required. Course development and training products must be completed within agreed upon timelines. This objective supports Strategic Goal 4.4 Deliver Standardized Security Education, Training and Awareness Products and Services.
DSSHuman CapitalCurriculum ManagerTraining, Customer Service0RecurringFrom 1 October to 30 September, conduct and chair one community curriculum meeting to assess and validate current training and identify training gaps. Notify the Director when these meetings will take place. Submit a report to the Director that summarizes the outcomes of meeting and necessary next steps. This objective supports Strategic Goal 4.4 Deliver standardized products and services and 2.1 to build a strong outreach program.
DSSHuman CapitalCurriculum ManagerTraining0RecurringOn a regular basis throughout the rating period, evaluate assigned curriculum for policy compliance. Evaluate curriculum objectives against evaluated knowledge and skill standards. If changes occur that affect job tasks, knowledge and/or skills, the Curriculum Manager has the responsibility to notify the Director, DSSA and provide a plan for the revision/update of the curriculum within 30 days. This objective supports DSS Strategic Goal 4.4 Deliver Standardized Security Education, Training and Awareness Products and Services.
DSSHuman CapitalSecurity SpecialistLeadership/supevisorySeniorNon-recurringDuring the first quarter of the rating period, work with senior leadership to develop a revised organizational structure. Coordinate the new revised structure with Financial Management (FM). Create a new org chart, identifying new divisions, positions, etc. Submit all required paperwork to officially establish the new structure through HR and FM. Ensure that the TDA accurately reflects the revised structure. This objective meets the goal to increase proficiency and competency level of security professionals/practitioners.
DSSHuman CapitalInstructional Systems Specialist0Full PerformanceRecurringFrom 1 October to 30 September, evaluate six existing courses and submit a report in the agreed upon format (orally and in written) to the applicable curriculum team. Throughout the year, advise the Assistant for Educational Programs if there are obstacles to accomplishing this task. This objective supports X goal.
DSSHuman CapitalDirector, DSS AcademyPlanningSeniorRecurringFrom 1 October to 30 September, in support of the oversight for new course development, review management plans for timelines, cost, and reasonableness. Review within 5 business days of receipt. Throughout the course development process elevate issues that will impede course development to the Director of the Academy and request modification of timelines as appropriate. This objective supports X goal.
DSSHuman CapitalInstructional Systems SpecialistTrainingFull PerformanceRecurringFrom 1 October to 30 September, conduct evaluations of no fewer than four online or instructor led courses. Prepare summative evaluation reports for each, summarizing evaluation results to include delivery metrics, satisfaction metrics, target audience metrics, and indications of meeting or not meeting job performance requirements, and identification of desirable improvements. Inform the Director upon identification of courses with insufficient data. This objective supports Strategic Goal 4.4 to deliver standardized security education, training and awareness products and services.
DSSHuman CapitalInstructional Systems SpecialistTrainingFull PerformanceRecurringFrom 1 October to 30 September, for each project assigned, lead the Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation (ADDIE) model process as applicable. At a minimum, deliverables will include a Project Timeline, Design Plan, Storyboards and Beta Plan/Report for the applicable curriculum team to review and approve. Deliverables will consistently meet agreed upon timeframes throughout the rating period. This objective supports Strategic Goals 4.4 to deliver standardized products and services and 2.1 to build a strong outreach program.
NSAHuman CapitalHR Technical SpecialistHuman Resources/PersonnelEntry/DevelopmentalRecurringWith team lead assistance, submit processed personnel records prior to effective date. Throughout the reporting period, records should be consistently reviewed for relevance, authenticated, and processed in an accurate and timely manner, as determined by supervisor review. (Supports goal 3)
NSAHuman CapitalHR Benefits SpecialistHuman Resources/PersonnelFull PerformanceRecurringDuring this rating cycle, support the administration of the Federal FEHB/FEGLI programs by analyzing and noting discrepancies between HR payroll and OPM standards and guidelines. When discrepancies are found, follow-up until closure is achieved. Responses to customer requests should be initiated within 2 business days, relevant, useful, and accurate as assessed through customer satisfaction surveys and supervisor's follow up conversations with customers. Supports "people goal 3"
NSAHuman CapitalHR Research and Development SpecialistWritten CommunicationSeniorNon-recurringBy the end of the performance cycle, choose two personnel management manuals from the top of the HR priority list that are within your scope of responsibility and ensure their compliance with Regulation 1-1A. This supports DOD Instruction XX to convert policies into standardized format.
NSAHuman CapitalDirectorate StaffProject ManagementFull PerformanceRecurringDuring this rating cycle, team with ADHR staff to conduct special projects as directed by ADHR COS (e.g., ADHR Intelligence Oversight, BMI Business Case Development). With minimal supervision, ensure each project meets milestones completed by established deadlines. Projects must meet XX requirements and incorporate subject matter experts' advice for research and analysis issues. This objective supports X goal.
NSAHuman CapitalHR Desk Officer0Full PerformanceNon-recurringBetween 1 May and 3 July, maintain and update Deployment Accountability Tool (DART) with 95% accuracy as evaluated by weekly discrepancy reports, desk officer audits, and MOC drills. Status updates of deployers will consistently be made within 8 hours of status change in order to portray a thorough picture of resources in theater and ready for deployment. This supports X goal.
NSAHuman CapitalHR Employee Relations CounselorHuman Resources/PersonnelFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating cycle, resolve employee conduct, performance, and attendance issues referred to Employee Relations within the standards for timeliness established within the work unit. Strategies for resolution should be well researched, related to past cases, relevant to applicable policies, and involve internal resolution and input from management when possible. Execution should involve the coordination of key players and be communicated accurately and professionally. This supports X goal.
ArmyHuman Capital0Mentoring, Leadership/SupervisorySenior, ExpertRecurringIn accordance with the goal of creating and maintaining a quality, professional, motivational environment, and encouraging self initiated leaders (formal and informal) in the Technology Protection Division, work with subordinate employees to develop and implement performance plans and individual development plans (IDPs) that are aligned with organizational goals and appraised realistically against clear and measurable standards of performance. Meet with each individual rated a minimum of once each quarter to review performance with respect to objectives and performance elements, measure progress, and discuss IDPs. Document the quarterly review sessions and ensure continuous communication and counseling occurs as standards require.
DIAHuman CapitalDeputy Office ChiefMentoring, Leadership/ SupervisorySeniorRecurringProvide office level leadership for the implementation of DCIPS across X (insert Office here). Ensure that Division Chiefs and HQ Senior Staff are provided SMART objectives in accordance with Agency timelines. Provide monthly constructive feedback and administer all midterms and final appraisals according to Agency timelines and program standards. [Core Values #4 & #8. Strategic Plan Objectives 6.2 and 6.2.]
ArmyHuman Capital Program Analyst/ HRHuman Resources/Personnel Full PerformanceRecurringDuring this rating period, maintain and process civilian personnel time and attendance (T&A) data in accordance with regulations and local standards no later than 2 business days after end of each pay period. Consistently process required work accurately and within established timelines, ensuring information is submitted, monitored, and maintained in accordance with established laws, regulations, policies, and guidelines. Complete and submit quarterly T&A to Higher HQs as required. This objective supports...
USMCInformation TechnologyIT SpecialistTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringTo support the organization's goal of X, produce monthly network security reports by the X date of each month. In the report, which should meet supervisor standards for quality, include the total number of accounts (active and disabled) and number of certified system administrators, INFO Techs, and Information Assurance managers. In addition, identify all found vulnerabilities and actions taken to correct found weaknesses.
DSSInformation TechnologyIT SpecialistTechnical Skills/ProductsSeniorNon-RecurringDevelop a Systems Security Engineering Operating Instruction (SSE OI) in accordance with DoD 8500.1, Information Assurance, National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST), Information Assurance Technology Framework (IATF), and Defense Security Service Information Assurance / Computer Network Defense (IA/CND) mission statement. The SSE OI shall be staffed through the office of the chief information office (OCIO), signed by the CIO, published to the Intranet, and distributed to all division project managers no later than 30 Jan 2010. This supports the divisionís mission statement.
DSSInformation TechnologyIT SpecialistTechnical Skills/ProductsSeniorNon-RecurringOversee the development of a fully-trained systems security engineering (SSE) workforce in accordance with DoD 8470.01 requirements, and SEE mission statements. Track the ISC2's Information Systems Security Engineering Professional (ISSEP) certifications obtained by the SSE government workforce and send necessary notifications and communications 4 weeks in advance of the DoD specified suspense date to ensure certification of 100% of the SSE workforce. This supports Division and SSE Branch mission statements.
DSSInformation TechnologyIT SpecialistEngagement/CollaborationSeniorRecurringParticipate in, and represent the organization at the Certificate Practice Management Working Group (CPMWG) biweekly meetings. Provide the Division Chief with a trip report of working group alternatives and impacts to the organization no later than three working days from the meeting date. The report should meet supervisor standards for completeness and clarity. This supports X goal.
DSSInformation TechnologyIT ManagementTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringAs required throughout the rating period, conduct forensic examinations using encase suite of hardware and tools against computers and data devices suspected of containing data relevant to policy infractions. Produce case file reports from encase in the required format. The report can contain evidence supporting proof or disproof, or may be inconclusive or non-existent. Supports X goal.
DSSInformation TechnologyIT ManagementTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceNon-RecurringImplement and document within a project schedule (following project schedule instruction) a web-based system to monitor for and block inappropriate web activities as defined in the organizationís acceptable use policy. The system must comply with information assurance requirements and have full operational capability within the timeframe specified in the project plan. This supports X goal.
DSSInformation TechnologyIT Management0Full PerformanceRecurringEvery Wednesday throughout the rating period, submit email to team containing weekly synopsis of web activities. The report will contain pertinent assumptions and facts derived from your daily analysis of websense logs. Additionally, the report will document any customer interactions concerning blocked sites and how the issue was resolved. This supports X goal.
DSSInformation TechnologyIT ManagementEngagement/Collaboration, Customer ServiceExpertRecurringTo support the goal of the organization expanding its total mission scope, sponsor a customer-focused IT systems and solutions Requirements User's Group to establish open communication channels, identify emerging needs, and set top priorities for the major DSS mission areas. Provide targeted monthly project status and customer priority updates (that include...), as agreed upon by the CIO, to both the customer and the OCIO senior staff throughout the rating period.
DSSInformation TechnologyIT ManagementLeadership/SupervisoryExpertRecurringTo support the goal of the organization expanding its total mission scope, hold quarterly project reviews and audit 10% of the Project Management Plans throughout the rating period to ensure subordinate Project Managers are managing their assigned projects in compliance with the organizationís Project Management Handbook.
DSSInformation TechnologyProgram AnalystWritten CommunicationSeniorRecurringProvide and document guidance and oversight to ensure delivery of Enterprise Architecture artifacts based on the government-approved Architecture Purpose and Scope Statement, and the DoDAF v.20 framework every three months. Submit guidance to X at each three month interval. This supports X goal.
DSSInformation TechnologyProgram AnalystWritten CommunicationSeniorNon-RecurringBy X date, oversee the development of a communication plan to implement Portfolio Management that will be delivered to the CIO and that meets the requirements as agreed upon by the CIO. This supports X goal.
DSSInformation TechnologyIT ManagementTechnical Skills/ProductsSeniorRecurringManage the organizationís Test and Evaluation program to ensure changes to mission applications are tested and the test plans, test cases, test results, and any noted deficiencies are documented per the OCIO Test Management Operating Instruction and the Test Management Guidelines manual. Tested applications will result in 1% or less of mission application downtime by testing 100% of mission application changes before deployment to production. Provide Test and Evaluation recommendation to deploy (or not deploy) changes at the Production Readiness Review meeting which is held for all changes to mission applications prior to deployment to production. This supports X goal.
DSSInformation TechnologyIT ManagementWritten CommunicationSenior, ExpertRecurringAuthor and maintain work instructions, standard operating procedures, and other policies used within the Call Center. Documents shall comply with the organizationís overarching guidance, be free of significant errors, and meet existing formatting standards. Documents will be issued within predetermined timelines or more frequently if mission changes dictate. This objective supports the goal to deliver critical mission support operations.
DSSInformation TechnologyIT ManagementCustomer ServiceSenior, ExpertRecurringThroughout the rating period, submit Tier III customer inquiries to project managers (PMs) as required for issue resolution, and accurately track status of issue until resolution. Tier III shall be submitted to the PM within one business day of receipt and follow up within initial five business days, if necessary. The Tier III tracking mechanism will be updated as each event/step occurs. This objective supports the goal to deliver critical mission support operations.
DSSInformation TechnologyIT ManagementContractingSeniorRecurringAdminister Call Center Service contract, with tasks completed within scope, on time, and within budget. Coordinate contract scope/performance issues with the vendor/contractor office within 2 business days of notification and process month invoices within 3 business days of receipt throughout the rating period. This objective supports the goal to deliver critical mission support operations.
NSAInformation TechnologyComputer ScienceTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating cycle, consistently reach project milestones and complete project activities in a timely manner and according to customer specifications. Provide the required documentation in the appropriate Agency repository. Design and code elements assigned by project leader, ensuring that proper software development processes as defined by project leader are followed. Analyze, design, verify, validate, implement, apply, and maintain software systems, as assigned. This supports X goal.
NSAProcessing and ExploitationVoice/Graphic Language AnalystTechnical Skills/ProductsEntry/DevelopmentalRecurringDuring each language development tour, develop target knowledge and learn appropriate analytic, research, and processing tools and techniques in order to process daily assigned work and contribute to target exploitation and team goals. With guidance, contribute to initial scanning and prioritizing of material in a timely manner, as agreed upon with supervisor that meets customer needs. Attain 90% accuracy in identifying personalities, organizations, events, and other references in reported products.
ArmySecuritySecurity SpecialistTrainingFull PerformanceRecurringConduct awareness and safety training and drills throughout the training period that follow relevant regulations and required timeframes. This includes conducting OPSEC awareness orientation and training for the staff within 30 days of processing, conducting Subversion and Espionage Directed against the U.S. (SAEDA) awareness with newcomers within 30 days, planning and executing Infant Abduction (Code Pink) drill at least twice a year, and coordinating a joint fire drill with the Safety manager once a year or as required by the commander. Training that is outdated according to new requirements should be updated within agreed upon timeframes. This supports the objective of providing optimal safety and readiness of staff and patients.
USMCSecuritySupervisory Security Specialist/Branch HeadLeadership/Supervisory, Engagement/CollaborationSeniorRecurringDuring the reporting period, provide subject matter expertise for USMC Special Security Offices (SSDS) within X days of request after reviewing all incoming SCI policy, guidance, and directives that stem from the Director of National Intelligence, SSONAYY, and USMC Director of Intelligence (DIRINT). In addition, provide overarching advice and assistance to USMC SSOs worldwide on at least X documented occasions, and conduct a minimum of 3 Staff Assistance Visits (SAVs) throughout the component. This supports X goal.
ArmySecuritySecurity SpecialistEngagement/CollaborationSeniorRecurringFor each security assistance visit you lead throughout the rating period, submit a written report to the division chief for review within 15 working days after inspection. The report should document whether findings and observations follow guidance established in the inspection internal operating procedure (IOP) and require no more than four returns for content, technical, or administrative corrections. Supports the organization's goal of X.
ArmySecuritySecurity Specialist0SeniorRecurringThroughout the rating period, complete routine staff actions by the requested suspense date in accordance with 25-50 and DA memo 25-52. Not more than 10% of actions should require an extension; technical aspects of responses must be sound (feasible, desirable, and affordable) and in accordance with existing policy; format and grammar should be complete and correct with only minor edits required, as determined by supervisor review. This supports X goal.
ArmySecurityChief, Security and Support Services DivisionCustomer ServiceSeniorNon-recurringOver the rating period, develop and implement a systematic process for managing, monitoring, improving, and maintaining "best-in-class" customer service. The systematic process must include goals (customer services standards), survey methods, training, system performance metrics, procedures for systematic review, and customer feedback. Develop a Plan of Action and Milestones (POAM) for this objective by 01 November; continue program development and implement in accordance with approved POAM. Supports X goal.
ArmySecuritySecurity SpecialistTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringConduct supervisory-assigned staff assistance visits (SAVs) during FY10 of subordinate activities of the command. After inspection, produce inspection reports that meet supervisory guidelines. These reports will detail observations and findings, and will be submitted to the commander and the Director of Inspection within 30 days of completing the inspection. This supports X goal.
ArmySecuritySecurity Specialist0Entry/DevelopmentalRecurringIn support of command requirements, and with guidance, complete a daily personnel security visitor roster that compiles all visitors requiring access to classified access facilities. Rosters should meet the standard format outlined in DoD 5105.5 M-1, have minimal errors as determine by supervisor review, and be delivered by close of business (1700) daily. This supports X goal.
ArmySecuritySecurity SpecialistTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringFor each notification received with the reporting period, ensure regulatory guidelines are adhered to in accordance with AR380-5, Chapter 10. Within 10 days of notification, make an accurate decision regarding whether classified information was compromised. Follow up until final decision has been adjudicated. This objective supports the U.S. Army's regulatory requirements for classified information.
ArmySecuritySecurity Specialist0SeniorRecurringDuring the reporting period, issue, monitor, and control hospital identification badges in accordance with federal and organizational policies and in a way that meets supervisor expectations of efficiency. Perform inspections and spot checks to ensure hospital staff and visitors are in compliance with policies, and document results in a report that meets supervisory guidelines. This supports X goal.
ArmySecuritySecurity Specialist0SeniorNon-recurringEnsure staff review and update 100% of personnel security records and policies at least once within the rating period. This objective supports the goal of providing security and well-being for staff and patients.
ArmySecuritySecurity SpecialistTechnical Skills/ProductsSeniorRecurringThroughout the reporting period, initiate, process, and monitor security clearances for personnel assigned to Ft. Belvoir Medical, Dental, and Veterinary activities and execute security actions in accordance with Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) guidelines and regulations, and in such a way that meets supervisor expectations. Ensure 100% of newly assigned contractors have a criminal background check initiated and processed prior to employment. This objective supports the goal of providing security and well-being for staff and patients.
ArmySecuritySecurity SpecialistTrainingSeniorRecurringConduct Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection awareness training that results in employees understanding key objectives of the training, as determined by end of course evaluations, and provide training communications and reminders to assigned staff in X weeks in advance of training deadlines to facilitate at least 90% training compliance for staff. This supports the objective of providing optimal safety and readiness of DHCN staff and patients.
ArmySecuritySecurity SpecialistTrainingSeniorNon-recurringWithin the rating period, coordinate at least one emergency preparedness exercise that evaluates hospital capabilities and develop corrective action and improvement plans in the required format by X date. Plans should include specific actions and resource requirements. This supports the objective of providing optimal safety and readiness of DHCN staff and patients.
ArmySecuritySecurity SpecialistTrainingSeniorRecurringDevelop, conduct, and evaluate OPSEC awareness and subversion and espionage directed against the United States (SAEDA) training, ensuring at least 90% training compliance for assigned staff by X date. This supports the objective of providing optimal safety and readiness of DHCN staff and patients.
DSSSecuritySecurity Specialist0Full PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating period, respond to and schedule internal agency requests for site surveys for existing and/or new space within 48 hours. Conduct the site survey, identifying physical security requirements needed to comply with DCID 619 and any needs specific to the location. Submit report to X within X days of site survey completion. This supports X goal.
DSSSecuritySecurity SpecialistWritten CommunicationSeniorRecurringThroughout the performance period and within the established timeframes or suspense dates, draft recommended changes to DSS internal security policies and procedures to maintain compliance with current DoD policies. Submit recommendations to supervisor and/or elevate problematic issues to upper management X weeks in advance of required deadlines. This supports X goal.
DSSSecuritySecurity SpecialistTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating period, enter special access program inspection report data into database (include overall rating, date, updated facility information, updated program information) within two weeks of receiving report and dispatch it to government agency. This supports the goal of providing oversight and guidance to cleared industry.
DSSSecurityFOCI Division ChiefLeadership/SupervisoryExpertRecurringThroughout the reporting period, provide leadership expertise, resources, and management of priorities to effect FOCI mitigation in cleared defense contractors. All cases will be worked as expeditiously as possible and in those cases where the time will exceed 120 days senior leadership will be informed. ID all situations problematic taskers/issues and elevate to senior management X days in advance of the deadline. All FOCI issues will be addressed during the period of 1 Oct - 30 Sep. This supports the goal to manage FOCI in cleared industry.
DSSSecurityFOCI Division ChiefLeadership/supervisory, ContractingExpertRecurringThroughout the reporting period, provide direction to Argonne National Labs and track their performance, ensuring it is in accordance with Agency supplied requirements. Document interface with contractor on agreed upon periodic intervals to ensure on-time progress and that technical parameters are met. Ensure appropriate (forceful when necessary) communications to ensure delivery of final product no later than 30 Sep 2010. This supports the goal to manage FOCI in cleared industry.
DSSSecurityChief Assessment and Evaluation DivisionLeadership/SupervisoryExpertRecurringReview analyst products against customer requirements (in terms of content and timeliness) in agreed upon timeframes. Compliance with customer requirements is subject to database availability. Provide feedback to analyst on content of product and timeliness. This supports X goal.
DSSSecurityOperations Reseach AnalystTechnical skills/productsFull PerformanceRecurringWithin 20 days of request, produce Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) report per client specified requirement. Report shall include SOL queries and data output in standard format with written analysis. This objective supports the DSS Agency METL to provide oversight and guidance to cleared Industry.
DSSSecurityFOCI Action OfficerTechnical skills/productsFull PerformanceRecurringComplete 90% of all Foreign Ownership, Control or Influence (FOCI), Committee on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS0, and National Interest Determination (NID) case actions with no writing errors and within appropriate deadlines, throughout the rating period. This supports X goal.
DSSSecurityFOCI Action OfficerTechnical skills/productsFull PerformanceRecurringAdjudicate and implement Foreign Ownership, Control or Influence (FOCI) mitigation agreements with no writing errors, by appropriate deadlines 90% of the time throughout the rating period. This supports X goal.
DSSSecurityFOCI Action Officer0Full PerformanceRecurringTrack 90% of all Foreign Ownership, Control or Influence (FOCI), Committee on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS0, and National Interest Determination (NID) case activity on FOCI Branch spreadsheets and ISFD with no writing errors and by appropriate deadlines, throughout the reporting period. This supports X goal.
DSSSecurityChief, FOCI Analytic BranchWritten CommunicationSeniorRecurringOn a daily basis throughout the rating period, review portal or other resources of facilities within your region for indications of material changes as defined in the NISPOM. On a weekly basis consolidate findings to include how the material change will impact FOCI at that facility to be included in the FAB's product. This supports X goal.
DSSSecurityChief, FOCI Analytic BranchTechnical skills/productsSeniorRecurringThroughout the reporting period, prepare Risk Assessments on all facilities as requested and in the timeframe specified. Following guidance as specified, at a minimum, ensure all specified resources and databases are reviewed prior to preparing final product. After all discrepancies are resolved with the FOCIIS, prepare final assessment to include recommendations of Foreign Ownership, Control and Influence (FOCI) mitigation. This supports X goal.
DSSSecurityChief, Business SystemsLeadership/Supervisory, ContractingSeniorRecurringThroughout the performance period, continually monitor contractor performance to determine whether statement of work tasks are being met and provide monthly status and satisfaction reports to the contracting officer. This objective supports the agency goal to deliver critical mission support operations.
DSSSecurityChief, Business SystemsCustomer ServiceSeniorRecurringThroughout the rating period, review daily reports and identify issues, circuit outages, open tickets, and other problems. Address them with the Help Desk lead at least twice a week, documenting your discussion. Ensure tickets are closed within required timeframes as specified in the IT Support Statement of Work. This objective supports the agency goal to deliver critical mission support operations.
DSSSecurityChief, Regulatory Compliance OfficeCustomer ServiceSeniorRecurringThroughout the evaluation period and upon receipt of Joint Task Force for Global Network Operations (JTFGNO) Information Assurance Vulnerability Management notices (IAVA, CTO, FRAGO, etc.) acknowledge within 24 hours, and distribute all notices to the appropriate Enterprise System Program Manager for compliance within the notice's compliance period. Upon receipt of compliance statistics from the PMs, validate and accurately report statistics to the Vulnerability Management System for review by the Chief IA/CND. This objective is in support of the Agency goal to ensure security of the enterprise system.
DSSSecurityChief, Regulatory Compliance OfficeWritten CommunicationSeniorNon-recurringOn an annual basis or upon receipt of report requirements from DoD, gather and accurately provide Enterprise System Information Security information and manpower training statistics to ensure compliance with DoD I 8570.1, budget data, Privacy Impact Assessment data, and DoD reports (FISMA, OPSEC, DITPR, etc.). By predetermined timelines, provide accurately completed reports to the CIO for review and delivery to DoD. This objective is in support of the Agency goal to ensure security of the enterprise system.
DSSSecurityBranch ChiefContractingSeniorNon-recurringAdminister the Mission Systems Sys Admin Contract during the contracting period of performance (POP), within scope, and have no more than 10% funds remaining by the end of the POP. This supports the agency goal to deliver critical mission support to operations.
DSSSecurityRepTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating period, complete inspections based on the FIL priorities and in accordance with ISOM requirements. Your completion of inspections should be done in accordance with supervisor expectations (as specified in the work unit's schedule), which are dependent on available resources, individual caseload, and adjusted for unforeseen circumstances. Issues should be elevated to supervisor within X days of identification. This supports X goal.
DSSSecurityFOCI/IS (Foreign Ownership Control or Influence/International Specialist)Technical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringDuring the rating period, conduct inspections at facilities under Foreign Ownership Control or Influence (FOCI ) or international involvement (FIL1) as FOCI team leader when required or as directed by supervisor. Submit action plan to IS Rep team lead two weeks prior to team inspection. After inspection, submit an accurate and complete report in accordance with ISOM requirements. This meets the DSS METLS to manage FOCI in cleared instruction and to provide oversight and guidance to cleared industry.
DSSSecurityFOCI/IS (Foreign Ownership Control or Influence/International Specialist)Engagement/CollaborationFull PerformanceRecurringDuring the rating period, conduct annual compliance meetings and attend initial meetings for facilities under FOCI mitigation agreements when required or directed by supervisor. After each meeting, submit an accurate and complete Memorandum for the Record (MFR) in accordance with ISOM requirements to your supervisor within X days. This meets the DSS METLS to manage FOCI in cleared instruction and to provide oversight and guidance to cleared industry. This supports X goal
DSSSecurityInformation System Securities Professional - 2210Technical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the reporting period, conduct plan reviews for 90% of assigned plans in coordination with the supervisor within 30 days and provide appropriate documentation in accordance with the ODAA manual to the contractor or accredited authority. This supports X goal.
DSSSecurityInformation System Securities Professional - 2210Technical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the reporting period, conduct 90% of on-site validations within 180 days of interim authority to operate and provide appropriate documentation in accordance with the ODAA manual to the contractor or accredited authority. This supports X goal.
DSSSecuritySecurity SpecialistTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceNon-recurringConduct eight individual inspections and participate in one team inspection during the one year reporting period. Submit accompanying reports within X timeframe of inspection completion. The reports will be written in accordance with Industrial Security Operating Manual (ISOM) and Field Officer Chief standards. This supports the goal of providing support to the Industrial Field in order to maintain appropriate level of Security, representation skills and work towards achieving IS Rep professional certification.
DSSSecuritySecurity SpecialistTechnical Skills/ProductsSeniorRecurringDuring this performance period, with minimal guidance or supervision, deliver technical and non-technical point papers, memoranda, and read aheads to the director, ISFO for review and approval in support of field and DSS HQ requirements. Accepted correspondence must be technically accurate, grammatically correct, and targeted to the level of the receiver. Success is defined as 95% of products accepted in consonance with original tasking due date. Immediately upon identification, changes in due dates or suspenses, or issues with coordination that affect timeliness of products must be elevated to the NISP Team Leader.
DSSSecuritySecurity SpecialistTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringDuring this performance period, with minimal guidance or supervision, deliver technical and non-technical point papers, memoranda, and read aheads to the director, ISFO for review and approval in support of field and DSS HQ requirements. Accepted correspondence must be technically accurate, grammatically correct, and targeted to the level of the receiver. Success is defined as 90% of products accepted in consonance with original tasking due date. Immediately upon identification, changes in due dates or suspenses, or issues with coordination that affect timeliness of products must be elevated to the NISP Team Leader.
DSSSecurityAction Officer/Security SpecialistTechnical Skills/ProductsFull PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating period, provide comments, input, and recommendations to supervisor for concurrence or non-concurrence on current, new, and changing policies. Completed submissions will include comments matrices, recommendations for ISFO Director to concur/nonconcur, and be submitted in accordance with the original tasking requirements (on time, correct format, etc.). This supports the goal is to ensure promulgated policies support field in assessing security posture of cleared industry.
DSSSecurityIS Rep0Full PerformanceRecurringThroughout the rating period, conduct assigned facilities of interest list inspections according to approved schedule and in accordance with ISOM requirements. Submit reports in ISFD within 15 calendar days of inspection. This supports X goal.
DSSSecurityFOCWritten CommunicationSeniorRecurringThroughout the reporting period, provide written correspondence and reports that adhere to ISOM and NISPOM requirements within established timelines. No more than 5 correspondence should be returned in a given quarter for technical inconsistencies and grammatical errors. This supports the goal to secure the Nation's cleared industrial base.
DSSSecurityFOCFinancial, PlanningSeniorRecurringFrom 1 October to 30 September, determine office resource needs and identify shortfalls. Submit requisitions within one week of identified need. Track and document progress monthly, and provide status updates upon request. This is in support of the goal to oversee the protection of US and foreign classified information in the Nation's cleared industry.
DSSSecurityFOCMentoring, Leadership/SupervisorySeniorRecurringReview and document employee IDPs and provide suggestions and guidance for necessary training no less than two times per appraisal cycle. Review development of employee skills from entry level to Sr. Rep. Provide summaries of employee expertise, current skill level, and necessary development or training to improve skills sets. Document summaries within 5 days of review. This is in support of the goal to oversee the protection of US and foreign classified information in the Nation's cleared industry.
DSSSecurityGG-0080-14 Security SpecialistTechnical Skills/Products, Written CommunicationSeniorRecurringThroughout the rating period, develop new security awareness products or materials within pre-determined timelines that meet customer requirements as determined by a majority of the product development committee. Designer will ensure products or materials are an agreed upon mixture of posters, job aids, and/or multimedia products as mutually determined with supervisor. This objective supports DSS Strategic Goal 4.4 Deliver Standardized Secuirty Education, Training and Awareness Products and Services.
ArmySecuritySecurity SpecialistWritten Communication, Technical Skills/Products, Continuous LearningSeniorNon-recurringDevelop, staff, and submit the USACE Security Countermeasures Program Engineering Circular (policy documents and procedural guidance) for supervisor approval by 31 Dec 2009. Upon approval and in accordance with the Security Countermeasures Program Engineering Circular, deploy the document and train supported Security Managers on effective implementation within X days/months. Training should result in employees understanding the key learning objectives, as determined by an end of course evaluation. This supports X goal.
ArmySecuritySecurity SpecialistWritten Communication, Technical Skills/ProductsSeniorRecurringIn support of the organization's usage, execution, and implementation of assigned AR 380 and 381 series programs, review implemented SETA plan quarterly to ensure relevance, timeliness, and adherence with emerging policy and/or AR 380 and 381 program weaknesses/issues, as identified in organizational reports (e.g., security inspections, staff assistance visits, and/or higher echelon reports). Document the review in a report that meets format and content standards specified in advance by the supervisor.
ArmySecuritySecurity SpecialistPlanning, Technical Skills/ProductsSeniorNon-recurringIn support of assigned usage AR 380 and 381 series programs, develop, deploy, and sustain an automated "one-stop" security shop/warehouse web portal for use by supported population. Portal will contain relevant, recent, just-in-time information and products based upon organizational/Army/ODNI policy. Deliver a conceptual plan no later than 1 Dec for supervisor approval. Complete beta test no later than 30 Apr and complete full deployment no later than 1 September, both contingent upon supervisor approval of conceptual plan.
ArmySecuritySecurity SpecialistWritten CommunicationFull PerformanceNon-recurringIn support of the responsibility to ensure security oversight of AMC Special Acccess Program Facilities (SAPF) by direction of Army Regulation 380-381, create an annual inclusive report of all AMC SAPF visited during the rating period. The report should include the results of the inspection from each SAPF visited during the rating period (e.g., findings, observations, best practices, and lessons learned) and be provided to the G-2 by 31 August 2010.
NGA--Administration, Planning-RecurringDuring fiscal year 2009, X will develop, operate, and maintain spreadsheets necessary for the successful operation of X program in accordance with the X program implementation plan. For each phase in the plan, spreadsheet design is to be submitted for review and approval within 5 business days of designated deadline in order to allow time for spreadsheet revisions. Spreadsheet activities are necessary to conduct annual inspection and determine X decisions for XX group at end of the 4th Quarter FY09 and status updates of each active spreadsheet will be submitted at bi-weekly staff meetings or via email in order for project manager to assess effectiveness through each phase of the program as laid out in the implementation plan. Spreadsheet analysis for each quarter will include Sensitivity analysis. This objective supports X goal.
NGASecurity-0-Non-RecurringAnalyze information and recommend ways to improve the personnel security standard operating procedures (SOPs), incorporating relevant changes as a reflection of the move to NCE. Improvements should result in cost, time and/or resource savings. First report including process shortfalls and suggested improvements should be submitted within five days of the end of 1st Quarter FY09. Once approved, employee will rewrite the SOP and present the latest version to supervisor within five days of the end of 2nd Quarter FY09. Throughout 3red Quarter FY09 gather feedback on new SOP, validating process improvement and submit report including suggested changes within five days of the end of 3rd Quarter FY09. The final SOP should be in place by 30 September. This objective directly supports SI objective number three.
NGA--Administration, Written Communication-RecurringThe employee performs a quarterly validation of assigned process documentation. Process documentation includes process flows, process procedures, work instructions, records (e.g. meetings, training), and Corrective Action Reports (CARS). Completion of the validation requires the submission of a report to the supervisor outlining findings, actions and/or recommendations. Submission of the quarterly report shall occur within 5 business days of the end of each quarter (Oct-Dec, Jan-Mar, Apr-Jun, Jul-Sep). The deliverable report will meet submission deadlines at least 80% of the time and contain all information deemed appropriate by the supervisor and will be technically correct, requiring only minor revisions by the supervisor. The employee will also satisfy recommended CAR due dates 90% of the time. This relates to EG objective PR-03: Ensure documented, repeatable, and measurable processes for service management across the IT/IS, ITC, and NCE AID contracts by 2nd Quarter FY09.
NGAInformation Technology----Complete the fielding and training of the Disclosure and Release Tool (DART) at all designated locations by the end of FY09 and in accordance with the X organizationís DART implementation plan. Provide ďHelp DeskĒ support [on site or remote] for the duration of initial fielding and training operations, ending this type of support within 2 days of final fielding/training operations for the site. Establish a process to gather and evaluate DART user feedback and submit first draft by [date] for review and approval. Upon approval, analyze user feedback in accordance with plan in order to prioritize planned upgrades or enhancements and identify areas that need policy/procedural changes. Document and report priorities of upgrades/enhancements in accordance with plan and submit during weekly staff updates for further action by office. Increase the use of DART across OIP through to capture at least 75% of all routine D&R decisions of communication and build a more complete decision database. This supports X goal.
NGA--Contracting--In support of [XYZ] Program execution: (1) Prior to the end of November define, coordinate, and document the requirements for [specific programs] and other schedule driving special cases, (2) For each of these special spaces and within 10 days of gaining consensus on requirements, prepare and submit a request for ROM to the contracting officer representative (COR) and contracting officer (CO) for delivery to the contractor, (3) Within 10 days of ROM receipt, provide a recommendation to the Program Manager to support the [XYZ] PMO/MST December Closure activities, and (4) Provide weekly status on progress of plan (e.g., activities, risks/opportunities, dependencies, schedule and resources) to getting the special spaces formally added to the contract.
NGA--Customer Service--The employee will respond to customer requests in a timely manner as determined by the customer's needs and/or the urgency of the situation. Employee will independently research existing NGA policies and procedures to ensure accuracy of information and guidance provided to the customer. Tact, diplomacy, and a professional demeanor will be exhibited at all times. Customer feedback and supervisory observations will be utilized to validate timeliness, professionalism, and quality of service.
NGAResearch and Technology-Project Management--Support, coordinate and assist in the collaboration and development of the FY09 Radar, IR, PI, and Automated Image and Geospatial Data portfolio input to the directorate NSG Research & Development Roadmap by 30 March 2009. Develop program plans that have definitive end-states and transition paths. Integrate programs into the office master schedule in accordance with completion schedule. Once approved, manage the execution of relevant FY09 CB Investment Strategy approved Radar, IR, PI, and Automated Geospatial Data performance within 10% variation of budget, stated performance objectives and scheduled targets. Report on any items beyond the 10% variation and develop contingency plans to minimize impact on budget, objectives and scheduled targets.
NGA--Project Management--Ensure all program activities are integrated across the National System for Geospatial-Intelligence (NSG) for all activities/events/milestone activities as delineated in the FY2009 sections of the project plan. Integrate the program activities with all stakeholders for all aspects of the programs to include, but not limited to, customer concerns, other NSG program activities, resolution of cross organization scheduling conflicts, requirements, testing, transition to operations and sustainment, facilities, and security. Achieve effective program activity integration in support of events as defined in the program plans, to successfully close on 90% of the necessary activities within 2 weeks of the scheduled event dates.