Mid-Level Policy Analyst, Washington, DC

The Mid-Level Policy Analyst assists the Acquisition office in performing oversight of MSA, SIA and SA Programs across the IC by providing the necessary information to enable a determination of health and status of MSA, SIA and SA Programs. Such support will range from quick turnaround, small-scale assessments to longer, broader scope assessments.

Support will include, but is not limited to:

  • Designing, developing and maintaining resource-loaded schedules for Acquisition oversight activities to include an overall master oversight schedule;
  • Drafting, editing, coordinating and providing configuration management support for technical summaries, oversight reports, memorandums of record, briefings or other deliverables in support of DNI requirements and Congressional mandates;
  • Developing and delivering briefings as required to provide the results of analysis performed;
  • Planning, coordinating and executing meetings in support of governing bodies and milestone decisions on major IC systems;
  • Maintaining a current and accurate internal documentation library.

The following are REQUIRED qualifications for this position:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Business Administration, Program Management, Acquisition or other related field.
  • Eight years or more of experience as a scheduler, technical writer, configuration manager or similar position within a Program Management Office. Experience must include developing and tracking adherence to schedules, applying schedule version control processes and configuration management of programmatic documentation.
  • Four years or more of experience writing, editing and publishing DoD or IC Oversight documentation intended for Congress (e.g. Annual PMP report to Congress, DNI Acquisition Quarterly Review, Annual Performance of Defense Acquisition System report, Clinger Cohen reporting).
  • Four years or more of experience interpreting and applying Federal, IC and DoD Acquisition policies, regulations and guidance.
  • Knowledge of the IC’s structure and IC member organizations’ (e.g. NRO, NGA, NSA, DIA, CIA) roles and internal structures for acquisition and program management.

The following are DESIRED qualifications for this position:

  • Experience as a scheduler, technical writer or configuration manager in an IC Program Management Office for an MSA.