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Mission Partner Implementation and Sustainment Cyber Security Analyst

at Dine Development Corporation

Posted: 12/31/2019
Job Reference #: 2818
Keywords: security

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  • Job LocationUS-PA-Mechanicsburg
    Posted Date1 month ago(12/17/2019 2:53 PM)
  • Overview

    DDC-ITS is 100% tribally owned by the Navajo Nation. Recognized by the Small Business Administration (SBA), we are certified as a Tribally Owned 8(a) Small Disadvantaged Business.

    DDC-ITS is dedicated to providing outstanding services to its customers and employees. Our strength is in our ability to understand our client's needs and deliver a solution that will not only meet those needs but exceed their expectations.

    DDC-ITS strives to be innovative in all areas of business and is committed to technical excellence. Our corporate offices are located on the Navajo Nation reservation in Window Rock, Arizona, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Columbia, Maryland.

    DDC-ITS provides unique, custom solutions to meet our customers’ communications needs. Our solutions provide communication capabilities using modern technology. At their most complex, they are multi-purpose systems that gather information from dozens of different sources. The information is presented to decision makers immediately, visually, clearly.

    Advertised Job Title

    Mission Partner Implementation and Sustainment Cyber Security Analyst


    Planning. The Mission Partner Implementation and Sustainment Cyber Analyst will review, analyze, and solicit Cyber LoB feedback for current and planned programs and/or projects to determine security risks and technical feasibility, to include implementation and sustainment resource requirements. Provide security engineering and integration services to include Service Re- quest Form (SRF) and Letter Estimate (LE) evaluations for Mission Partner programs. Ensure information system programs are registered in DoD’s mandated program registration system during SRF review process. Review technical, operational, and cybersecurity design requirements for Mission Partner programs to validate logical sequence of implementation task execution, and compliance with policies, regulations, Federal Law and cybersecurity practices. Analyze major/critical cybersecurity implementation problems for Mission Partner programs, provide recommendations, and facilitate resolutions. Participate in working groups to recommend solutions, perform technical analysis, support discussions/meetings, provide necessary research to support Bill of Materials (BOMs) development, system design support, and conduct studies and research on new technologies and/or initiatives. Facilitate and support infrastructure improvements as technology evolves to include developing and implementing strategies to meet future requirements. Review and recommend equipment configurations changes based upon cybersecurity directives and governance including established configuration management policy and cybersecurity practices.

    Operation. Provide Mission Partner outreach and advocacy while facilitating resolution to a wide range of complex security needs including navigating DISA’s information system end-to-end processes, vulnerability compliance, and cybersecurity issues. Facilitate information system Ports, Protocols and Services (PPS) registration in DoD’s central registry system throughout system lifecycle. Analyze major/critical cybersecurity sustainment problems for Mission Partner programs, provide recommendations, and facilitate resolutions. Distribute the Government approved copy of the cybersecurity documentation to Mission Partners. Research Mission Partner program information using DISA cybersecurity tools to include Defense Information Technology Portfolio Repository (DITPR), eMASS, Mission Partner Portal, Budget Execution Reporting Tool (BERT) reports, and ESPS. Use the OSD's official Knowledge Service portal as authoritative source for RMF policy and implementation guidelines. Support hardware, software, and network cybersecurity engineering modernization, standardization, and automation activities. Perform quality assessments of Cyber LoB reports delivered to Mission Partners.



    Must possess one of the following certifications for IAM I compliance:

    • CAP
    • GISF
    • GSLC
    • CompTIA Security+ CE

    Skills required:

    Good analytical and reporting skills

    Good communication skills.

    Good documentation and process skills.

    Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook)

    Experience with Remedy IT Ticketing system.

    Technical skills required:

    Cyber Security Best Practices

    Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook)


    Must be US Citizen

    Must have Secret clearance.

    Education Requirements

    Bachelor’s degree or relevant experience in lieu of a college degree.

    Certifications Required

    CompTIA Security+ CE

    Certifications Preferred


    Clearance Required

    DoD Secret IT-1