Responsibilities include:
  • Must be able to demonstrate expert proficiency in utilizing routine computer applications, including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Internet Explorer), Mozilla Firefox and services that operate utilizing these software packages;
  • Must be able to demonstrate proficiency in utilizing GFE and Government-licensed applications to include at least one of the following: TSDB, TIDE, Sentinel, NCIC/WAMS, CCD and ACRQ. Must be able to demonstrate ability to quickly become proficient in other GFE and Government-licensed applications and services. Must regularly meet any productivity norms established by the client for the position;
  • Must be detail-oriented and demonstrate excellent understanding of functional analysis standards;
  •  Must be able to demonstrate excellent analytical, language and organizational skills;
  •  Must be able to demonstrate excellent writing skills, to include the ability to summarize key research findings in a clear and concise manner;
  • Must be able to demonstrate ability to work well individually as well as in a small-team environment;
  •  Must be able to demonstrate ability to consistently and appropriately apply complex direction, including Standard Operating Procedures and Operations Manual documentation as well as appropriate oral and written guidance received;
  • Must have demonstrated experience with queuing and internal document handling procedures and basic knowledge of procedures and quality assurance controls;
  • Must have demonstrated ability to lead a small team. Functional Responsibility Required services focus on performing a variety of complex analytical functions relative to the compliance with various laws, executive orders and directives. Services include:
  • Works with supervision on team of analysts using systems, queuing, and internal document controls to maintain integrity and content of complex databases, including indexing and multimedia data;
  • Works with customer counterparts and other parties as directed on analysis requirements, coordination and reporting;
  • Performs research, search, and retrieval of data in multiple databases with multi-media formats, and generates complex reports for senior management in a variety of formats;
  •  Summarizes research findings in a variety of written reports;
  •  Conducts complex surveys and studies to provide direction and guidance ensuring efficient, effective, and progressive management analysis and research techniques;
  • Provides comments, recommendations and improvements on any proposed policy changes and assesses impact on current procedures. Proposes policy changes to improve efficiency and productivity;
  • Must quickly develop a broad understanding and knowledge of the organization, its overall structure, mission, policies, and programs within the organization and identify the impact of findings and recommendations.

Position Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree and 6 years experience in a relevant field of analysis (e.g., counterterrorism, identity analysis, imagery, military science, political science, business).
Senior Level Analyst (SrA 15-001)
Responsibilities Include:
  • Defining learning objective for FTTTF personnel
  • Developing training plans
  • Maintaining metrics relevant to training objectives
  • Tracking, consolidating, and analyzing student evaluations of trainings


Contractor shall also plan and schedule trainings in the following fields:

  • System access and use
  • Software applications
  • New technology
  • Analytic tools
  • IT organizational improvement
  • IT strategic planning
  • Program and Project Management
  • New employee orientation training

Employment Opportunities


CI Analyst (CI_A 15-001)
Responsibilities Include:
  • Knowledge and experience with counter intelligence operations and activities, including experience drafting special assessments, intelligence reports, bulletins, alerts, threat assessments, or other intel products
  • Proficient with M3, TCOP, MS Office Suite, Analyst Notebook, Proton, IC Reach, NSA Pulse, TAC, CTKB, NCTC, WISE, CIA Wire, Intelink, QLIX, Swordfish, TIDE, DCGS-A, PORTICO, Harmony, DAIIS, Biometrics Identify Intelligence Resources, and other IC/Government databases
  • Experience producing reports incorporating text and graphics
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Experience with the intelligence cycle, collection fusion, analysis and production
  • Must be familiar with the operations of the Biometric Automated Toolset (BAT) operation and the Handheld Interagency Identity Detection Equipment (HIIDE).
  • Knowledge of IC Systems and protocols
  • Specialized training on counter intelligence collection and analysis school or certification
Position Requirements:
  • Contractors require a BA/BS degree, or equivalent intelligence/academic experience as a credentialed FBI Agent, FBI CI/IT intelligence analyst, DoD Special Agent, or Army CI Agent, or demonstrate subject matter expertise in a relevant field. A mix of tactical and operational experience is preferred.
  • Senior analyst is defined as having skills equivalent to 8 years Counter Intelligence collection, investigation, or analysis experience.
  • Journeyman level experience is defined as having skills equivalent to at least 4 years of Counter Intelligence experience, or 1 year CI/terrorism analysis with the FBI FTTTF.

Responsibilities Include:
  • Duties of Senior Reviewer
  •  Act as the Senior Quality Control CI Analyst but not provide day-to-day supervision
  • Oversee / independently conduct spot checks, at least once quarterly
  • Manage quality control and analytical efforts with on-site visits to Fort Meade, MD; Fort Belvoir, VA; and no more than one fly-away location annually
  • Provide a written after action report of spot check observations and recommendations for improvement shall be provided to SVO, INSCOM G2X and MSD.
Position Requirements:
  • Meets requirements for Senior CI Analyst, and
  • 5+ years experience with data analysis
  • 5 years experience drafting expert assessments across operational priorities on behalf of a stakeholder
  • 2+ years experience in supervisory or team position of 5 or more personnel with the FBI or a military service (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines)
  • Project Management experience
  •  Knowledge for building intelligence databases or automated workflow and tracking management systems for use by the FBI or the IC
  • Experience working with FBI systems and databases including DIVS, QTIP, Sentinel, Guardian, WebPT
  • Operational knowledge of DoD and IC organizations, missions, and relationships concerning CI/HUMINT structures
  •  Experience assimilating large volumes of data
  • PMP Certification or equivalent
  • Contractor personnel will comply with any all MOUs between, Army/DoD and DOJ/FTTTF, and rewrites or changes as applicable, as it relates to the assignment of personnel to FTTTF or sharing of information.
  • Must have a favorably completed Army CI scope polygraph within 60 days of being granted access to FBI work spaces. An extension may granted if scheduling is delayed due to Government backlog.
  • Must meet FBI security read-on requirements, provide a financial disclosure statement, sign a task force non-disclosure agreement, and comply with all FBI security policies/regulations along with release of information procedures to outside agencies.
  • Must have a favorably completed Top Secret Clearance with SCI eligibility for SI, TK, G, and HCS access verification on file with the FBI prior to entry into FBI workspaces for training and conduct intelligence analysis operations. Workspace will not be provided to contractors while waiting for entry into FBI workspaces.



Senior Quality Control CI Analyst (QC CI_A 15-001)
Administrative Assistant (Admin14-001)
Responsibilities Include:
  • Provide recommendations to better facilitate and/or improve administrative processes
  • Assist in preparation of presentations
  • Produce final form documentation and administrative reports
  • Compose business correspondence
  • Monitor external/internal communications
  • Address communications in an expeditious manner
  • Bring critical issues to the immediate attention of executive
  • Coordinate meetings, establish agendas, and schedule calendars
  • Provide word processing support
  • Communicate and handle incoming and outgoing electronic communications
  • Collect and prepare information for use in discussion/meetings to include external individuals
  • Initiate and follow-up on high-level contacts of a complex nature inside and outside of agency

Position Requirements
  • B.A. or B.S. degree or equivalent experience in a related field. Advanced degrees are preferred.

  • The Contractor employee will have at 20 years general experience, inclusive of 15 years prior experience employed with a USIC agency as a Special Agent, Case Officer, Counterintelligence Specialist, or Intelligence Analyst conducting counterintelligence investigations, or prior work experience in the security programs.

  • The Contractor employee shall be a demonstrated expert in relation to the requirements encompassed throughout the SOW and in the subject matter being written and briefed; shall have established credentials in ensuring the maintenance of professional standards and shall possess comprehensive experience in providing high-quality specialized support to various programs. The Contractor employee shall provide intelligence reports and briefings to executive level audiences in the public and private sectors.

  • The Contractor employee should possess demonstrated capability to produce high-quality written products applicable to insider threats. Specifically beneficial is experience working counterintelligence and security matters.

  • Preference is for the Contractor to have extensive knowledge of FBI policies, procedures and protocols.

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills are required.

Responsibilities include:
  • Acquisition Planning Support - The contractor will, as required,

  • Assist the Task Manager in serving as acquisition advisor to the program office team throughout the life of the project

  • Support acquisition program teams

  •  Assist in drafting acquisition plan/strategy for acquisitions

  • Document acquisition plans/strategy and maintain contractual documents over the life of the project

  • Ensure acquisition packages include an Independent Government Cost Estimate (IGCE)

  • Ensure that documents required by government ethics and procurement integrity (confidentiality agreements and non-disclosure statements), as well as evaluation panel appointing letters are signed and retained, as applicable

  • Participate in acquisition strategy planning meetings

  • Research and develop recommendations for use of contract vehicle, contracting agency, procurement sources, and competition requirements

  • Identify and monitor cost goals, including life-cycle costs

  • Perform design-to-cost, and application of should-cost analyses, and advise on trade-offs and risks

  • Provide strategies for implementing performance base contracting and acquisition streamlining Facilitate the completion of sole-source justification letters for sole-source procurement actions

  • Solicitation / Procurement Support - The contractor will, as required,

  • Review new requirements to determine how they will be processed (modify existing contract/delivery order or new effort) and make recommendation to the Contracting Officer

  • Schedule, prepare, and assist in the facilitation of vendor conferences, as directed by the Contracting Officer

  • Draft notices (synopsis, sources sought, request for information, etc) for publication in the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps)

  • Ensure funding is available for the acquisition

  • Draft Request for Proposal (RFP), Request for Quotation (RFQ) and occasionally Invitation for Bid (IFB) packages using FBI’s Unified Financial Management System (UFMS)

  • Review contractors proposals and make recommendations to the Contracting Officer before and after negotiation

  • Prepare proposal evaluation packages

  • Assist the Contracting Officer with post award briefings

  • Maintain copies of award documents in accordance with FBI Procurement Section guidelines

  • Assist the Contracting Officer with proper review and disposition of unsolicited proposals

  • Post Award Support – The contractor will support the Contracting Officer with tracking and oversight of the contract post-award requirements that may include:

  • Drafting of delivery/task orders and modifications

  • Drafting of delivery/task order or contract period of performance extensions

  • Participation in program management reviews, surveillance activities, and performance monitoring, with the use of a corrective action system

  • Provide support necessary to assist Contracting Officers with oversight and controls to keep the suppliers performance in compliance with the required contractual standards

  • Tracking and monitoring the performance of the suppliers and the progress made on delivery/task orders or contracts

  • Ensuring the appropriate cost reports are submitted to the Contracting Officer as required

  • Provide support necessary to monitor and advise of contract financial condition

  • Provide support necessary to assist in getting invoices processed in a timely manner

  • Review requests for payments under the progress payments or performance-based payment clauses

  • Acceptance, review, coordination, and filing contractor deliverables

  • Completion of Contractor Performance Evaluation Form or other similar past performance questionnaire

  • Contract Files Maintenance- The contractor will provide support necessary to assist the Contracting Officer with maintaining both hard copies and electronic copies of all contracting documentation over the life of the project, including any issues that impact directly on matters of price or contract delivery, and management of contractor deliverables.

Position Requirements:
  • Required Active Clearance: Top Secret

  • Minimum Experience: 11+ years in Federal Contracting

  • Experience in conducting both pre-award and post-award activities in federal contracting.

  • Cradle to grave experience with federal contracting.

  • Experience with utilizing regulations and contracting principles and contract types to procure and administer a variety of contracts; conducting negotiations during pre-award and post-award phases; monitoring contractor performance; analyzing industry and market conditions to determine sources; and applying cost and price procedures and techniques to evaluate bids, contract proposals, and responsibility of contractors; Specialized experience in Construction and IT related procurements.

  • Masters Degree in Business or Government Contracting

  • FAC-C or DAWIA Level III Certification in Contracting or equivalent

  • Experience as a Federal, Warranted Contracting Officer

  • Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience in Federal Contracting

Subject Matter Expert (SME15-001)
Training Specialist (Training14-001)
Logistics Specialist (Logistics14-001)
Position Requirements:
  • Facilities Requirements determinations
  • Facility management including minor repairs
  • Management of any space renovations
  • Shipping of equipment
  • Management and planning of any internal or external relocation
  • Maintenance and production of government property records, status reports, and invoice reports
  • Development and execution of proprty accountability controls for government property
  • Management and coordination of return or repair of IT equipment when necessary
  • Interpretation of blueprints for office space
  • Ability to drive FBI vehicles, including all necessary insurance
Information Assurance Specialist (IA14-001)
Mid-Level Analyst (MidA14-001)

Required minimum clearance - Top Secret, SCI Eligibility            

Responsibilities include:
  • You will perform a wide range of duties including analyzing information/data from numerous government and public data sources.
  • You will be expected to determine the credibility, value, significance and relevancy of the information analyzed to produce analytical products. This includes analyzing and evaluating intelligence data products. 
  • Demonstrate ability to take initiative and work independently.
  • You will respond to difficult information requests which often involve using fragmented information to search complex databases. Requests are received from client personnel and from personnel in national and international law enforcement agencies.
  • You will independently conduct detailed, comprehensive searches by identifying and utilizing specialized commercial, internet, and proprietary databases and other information resources.
  • You will analyze, interpret, interrelate, and evaluate the retrieved information.
  • You will produce analytical products based on data gathered. 

Position Requirements:

  • Requires Bachelor's or Master's degree or equivalent experience/education
  • Two to three years of related experience OR Equivalent Intelligence/ Academic Experience
  • Experience with Microsoft Windows as well as Word Perfect, Excel and Power Point.
Junior Analyst (JrA14-001)
Acquisitions Specialist (Acquisitions 15-001)
Responsibilities Include:
  • Ensuring AIS and network nodes are operated, maintained, and disposed of in accordance with security policies and practices.
  • Reviewing and developing AIS accreditation/certification support documentation
  • Notifying the customer when changes occur that might affect AIS accreditation/certification
  • Performing system and network self inspections
  • Providing security coordination and review on all system test plans
  • Attending system IPT and CCRB meetings
  • Identifying AIS vulnerabilities and implementing countermeasures
  • Representing the customer on various technical review teams
  • Conducting security surveys at subordinate facilities and gathering pertinent security documentation for inclusion into system accreditation packages
  • Coordinating, preparing and tracking AIS inspections, reports and responses
  • Maintain AIS security records
  • Advising on and preparing Co-Utilization Agreements for network nodes operating in subordinate government and contractor facilities
 Position Requirements:                          
  • Requires Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience/education
  • 5-7 years of related experience
  • Ability to obtain a security clearance
Required minimum clearance - Top Secret, SCI Eligibility
Responsibilities include:
  • You will perform a wide range of duties including analyzing information/data from numerous government and public data sources.
  • You will be expected to determine the credibility, value, significance and relevancy of the information analyzed to produce analytical products. This includes analyzing and evaluating intelligence data products. 
  • Demonstrate ability to take initiative and work independently.
  • You will respond to difficult information requests which often involve using fragmented information to search complex databases. Requests are received from client personnel and from personnel in national and international law enforcement agencies.
  • You will independently conduct detailed, comprehensive searches by identifying and utilizing specialized commercial, internet, and proprietary databases and other information resources.
  • You will analyze, interpret, interrelate, and evaluate the retrieved information.
  • You will produce analytical products based on data gathered. 
 Position Requirements:
  • Requires Bachelor's or Master's degree or equivalent experience/education
  • Zero to one years of related experience OR Equivalent Intelligence/ Academic Experience
  • Experience with Microsoft Windows as well as Word Perfect, Excel and Power Point.