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Develops Systems CONOPS/Architecture. Develops and writes Level II & III requirements document for NSG Sensor Integration. Leads implementation of requirements and integration of capabilities across the NSG Architecture using an information assurance perspective. Provides risk and schedule status reports. Incorporates a cloud-based architecture to support operations. Is a Subject Matter Expert (SME) on ICD-153 compliance. Has understanding of NGA’s Request for Change (RFC) process. Has a high proficiency in technical writing. Has working knowledge of Full Spectrum Toolkit (FST) for integration into the cloud.
Performs strategic planning, scheduling and technical analysis of NSG sensor integration programs at all levels of total system product throughout system life cycle. Ensures logical and systematic conversion of customer or product requirements into total systems solutions that acknowledge technical, schedule, and cost constraints. Performs functional and timeline analysis, detail trade studies, AoAs, requirements allocation and interface definition translating customer requirements into system specifications. Maintain strong awareness of technical IT and NTM domain trends, on-going IT projects, and NSG mission/ business requirements. Applies appropriate project management model (e.g. Spiral, Waterfall, Agile, Hybrid) selected for system implementation efforts and provides innovative analysis, design, development, deployment, and lifecycle support. Develops end-to-end integrated program schedules, critical paths (CPM)/ Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT), ensuring systems development support NSG enterprise control gates, keeping senior management apprised of program status.
Provide NGA strategic planning and scheduling management processes for NSG systems engineering and integration of their capabilities into the NSG enterprise from joint topical requirements and CONOPs development through enterprise transition and into operations. Manage NSG sensor integration driven requirements including interface definitions and architecture closure. Plans and coordinates NSG mods, with emphasis on NGA segments/services, to support NTM data types, formats, and volumes. Manages engineering uncertainties of a changing NTM architecture. Manages, develops, coordinates and documents integration of NSG functions into existing NGA segments/services as well as into NSG baseline architecture without interruption to mission ops and Master Schedule Milestones.
Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to: