Technical Policy Analyst, Senior - TS-SCI (SAF/AQXS-Acquisition Capability Division)

US-VA-Pentagon/Arlington
# of Openings
1
Category
Professional Services
Agency/Project
USAF
Job ID
2017-2236

Overview

OBXtek Inc. is an established award-winning business providing information technology and professional management services to the federal government. OBXtek is a leader in its field and is committed to identifying, developing, and delivering innovative, mission-focused technical and logistical solutions to over 15 civilian and military partners in the Federal Government.

 

As a prime contractor for 93% of our current work, and we possess a robust corporate infrastructure that provides management oversight and support for all our programs. OBXtek pairs lessons learned across disciplines with industry standard quality practices such as CMMI-Dev Level III, ITIL, 6Sigma, PMI, and ISO to create processes that leverage best practices and result in novel, successful solutions.

Responsibilities

This contract supports the SAF/AQ organization, other PEOs as directed, and other Headquarters Air Force organizations where it is in the interest of the SAF/AQ to have an acquisition support presence within that organization. The objective is to provide specialized expertise to complement the organization’s inherent resources for effective and efficient mission accomplishment and continuity, introduction of innovation, and enhancement of technical competence. The contractor shall support the entire spectrum of acquisition and sustainment efforts as necessary to support the respective Government organizations.

 

The Technical Policy Analyst, Senior supports the Acquisition Capability Division. This team develops and implements tools, training, and policy related to Air Force acquisition management, reporting, structure, and execution; serves as the acquisition domain functional chief information officer developing and maintaining the enterprise architecture, data strategy, and business information technology plans; and manages SAF/AQ portfolio of business systems that support acquisition within the Air Force. This team also establishes integrated life cycle acquisition policy and guidance for Air Force systems, subsystems, end-items, and services; monitors and assess changes to the acquisition process and structure resulting from legislation, regulation, or initiatives and integrates into AF acquisition policy; and support audit readiness and self- inspection by providing process, tools, and policy that ensure a single coherent, integrated, and synchronized implementation of acquisition requirements.  

 

The tasks for this position include:

 

a. Reviewing and evaluating the impact of national, DOD, JCS, and civil government acquisition security policies and other technical policies that affect Air Force acquisition programs and capability areas.

b. Analyzing and evaluating Air Force acquisition security and program protection policies and processes for Air Force acquisition programs.

c. Recommending and designing strategies to increase the effectiveness, efficiency, and productivity of Air Force acquisition security policy and processes.

d. Providing programmatic guidance to Air Force acquisition programs on the implementation of acquisition security and program protection policies.

e. Developing and recommending HAF acquisition security and program protection procedures and policies.

f. Attending OSD and HAF forums; ensuring Air Force acquisition/acquisition security interests are fully articulated within DOD

Qualifications

Active TS-SCI Clearance.

 

Personnel at the Senior level in this position shall have a Master’s Degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Business Management or Technical Management.

 

10 years of related experience in government/industry acquisition, system development or testing.

 

Acquisition security, program protection, policy development, and/or IT system development experience is preferred.

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