CACI International Compliance and Reporting Specialist in Springfield, Virginia
You'll provide support to collect metrics across Agency in support of Federal laws, as well as IC and DoD requirements including FISMA, ICD 503, and Key Information Sharing and Safeguarding Indicators (KISSI). You shall coordinate, evaluate and provide recommendations concerning NGA compliance with National, Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, and Congressional information assurance mandates, such as FISMA. Tasks include the following:
FISMA annual report for the Agency
FISMA quarterly updates for the Agency
Joint Forces Readiness Review (JFRR) reports (quarterly or as required by DoD)
Computer Network Defense reports (annually or as required by DoD)
Manage, Coordinate and pass the Computer Network Defense Service Provider (CNDSP) assessment and certification
Provide support to work across CS Divisions to submit, respond, and compile Taskers
Periodic status briefings on network and systems assessment progress, findings, and remediation efforts
Project/program schedules for assigned activities and as needed for effective activity management
Monthly IA metrics reports (as transition to constant monitoring)
Meeting minutes and briefings for assigned activities and as needed for effective activity management
Semi-annual updates of IA strategic plan, implementation plan, budget and NGA's IA policies and instructions
Assist in leading, supporting, and/or facilitating Agency-level, Directorate-level, Office-level, and Division-level security assessments of NGA's information systems and networks, and remediation of IA vulnerabilities identified as a result of those assessments.
Assist in leading, supporting, and/or facilitating Agency-level, Directorate-level, Office-level, and Division-level security assessments of NGA's overall security posture, and mitigation of IA findings and risks identified as a result of those assessments.
Provide support to NGA's IA Program including development, collection, assessment, and reporting of IA metrics; development, implementation and maintenance of Agency-level information assurance plans and documents; and development, implementation, and execution of Agency- or Office- level IA special programs or projects as required.
Assist in managing NGA's Information Assurance Workforce Improvement Program (IAWIP) including supporting contractor and government personnel certification efforts and NGA compliance reporting (8570 and 8140 DoD requirements).
Provide subject matter expertise for IA training content for Agency-wide security awareness training as well as IA-specific training as required by NGA.
Provide support for Division-level activities including but not limited to Web-site maintenance; tracking of official tasker responses; budget planning/reporting and development of planning, reporting and archiving documents.
Support NGA's IA outreach, collaboration, and communication activities with entities outside of the Agency by representing NGA at Intelligence Community, DoD, and other government meetings, briefings, and conferences.
Develop written reports, project plans, schedules, meeting minutes, briefings and other documentation as necessary to support and manage the assigned activities.
Ensure task activities and solutions are collaborated, coordinated, and/or approved as appropriate throughout the NGA enterprise as well as with other government and industry organizations, as required.
Provide Cyber Security Board (CSB) support to schedule, organize, and capture minutes for the Board.
Support full access for the periodic Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) process including Configuration Management (CM) and documentation audits for tracking and resolution of findings for the DoD Computer Network Defense (CND) Service Provider.
Bachelor's degree and 3-6 years' experience. Four years of work experience can be in lieu of degree.
Experience in supporting annual audits such as FISMA, FISCAM and CCRI
8570 IAM or IAT Level 2 certification within 6 months of hire date.
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CACI employs a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. At CACI, you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers. CACI is proud to provide dynamic careers for employees worldwide. CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.