Job Summary TheCriminal Justice Information Support Specialist will develop policy in the areas of Counterintelligence, Law Enforcement, Insider Threat, Physical Security, Operations Security, Critical Technology Protection, and Personnel Vetting, conducting outreach to appropriate DoD and Intelligence Community (IC) elements, and overseeing Counterintelligence, Law Enforcement & Security in general. The overall objective is to obtain subject matter expertise and administrative support in these mission areas.
Roles and Responsibilities
Support the review, analysis, development, and implementation of OUSD(I&S) responsibilities for national and DoD policy, guidance, and training as they pertain to LE and related national security matters.
Make recommendations on how to properly conduct oversight of all DoD LE activities and assigned OUSD(I&S) LE responsibilities.
Provide LE subject matter expertise with national security policy and strategy as it pertains to OSD and the Military Departments, and how such policy and strategy interface throughout the larger Intelligence, national security, and related law enforcement communities.
Provide senior level advice and subject matter expertise on LE missions that fall under the responsibility and purview of the USD(I&S).
Produce and disseminate DoD criminal justice information reports and briefings that detail DoD law enforcement activities for Congress and Senior Executive Branch officials.
Review, coordinate, and facilitate OSD-level staffing of law enforcement activities actions requiring senior level approval.
Provide technical expertise for the conduct of assessments to include provisions of strategic perspectives on operational requirements, risk thresholds, and planning and execution, as well as trend analysis of these activities.
Facilitate cross communications between various DoD, Department of Justice, and Department of Homeland Security partners.
Maintain strict security standards to include the handling, storage and dissemination of law enforcement sensitive information.
Draft, revise, and update, when required, OSD policy related to law enforcement authorities, law enforcement activities, military justice information management and criminal justice information management.
Organize, facilitate, manage program content, and coordinate support and participation for the DoD Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Commission biannual meetings.
Organize, facilitate, manage program content, and coordinate support and participation for the Defense Law Enforcement Commission (DLEC) quarterly meetings.
Assist OUSD(I&S) Law Enforcement staff in policy development and execution of oversight management missions where required.
Serve as lead to review and consolidate data requirements from identified statutes, and provide an overview of the data required (to include the data standards), the reporting frequency required, and the historic (and anticipated) reports that will be needed to provide program management oversight. As needed, interview various stakeholders within the Department to ascertain internal data requirements for and from the Defense LE community. This will include discussions with stakeholder communities such as security (entry control, personnel security, etc.) and counter-insider threat, as well as the research needs supporting prevention activities. Non-CJI system and data access needs of the LEA should be identified.
Work with Intelligence Systems Support Office to compare the Defense CJI "As-Is" environment with the data collection, reporting, analysis and oversight requirements developed.
Education, Experience and Skills
Bachelors REQUIRED, Masters DESIRED
10 years working Criminal Justice Information support to the DOD
Experience developing briefing materials and presenting to peers and senior leadership in areas including policy, strategy, oversight functions, capability gaps.
Experience supporting senior DoD officials as a staff and/or action officer
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively via written reports, verbal discussions, and formal presentations
Physical Requirements / Travel
Normal office environment
25% CONUS travel expected
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