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Provide installation, integration, testing, and support to the Counter-Rocket, Artillery, and Mortar (C-RAM) System of Systems (SoS) and/or perform in theater Counter Unmanned Aerial System (C-UAS) data collection and analysis, execute modifications, and collect and analyze system and sub-system data required to update the capability of C-UAS systems to integrate with other network and Command and Control Systems in support of Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR), other current or future United States Armed Forces deployments, and/or CONUS training events and exercises.   OCONUS personnel are primarily based out of the Regional Support Center (RSC), though some personnel may be permanently based at an outlying forward operating base (FOB) to meet operational needs.
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-1063
Job Locations US-MD-Suitland
Objective: The overall objective of this task order is to assist the program management office and the systems teams in providing their enterprise survey lifecycle (eSDLC) documentation which include system-level architectural, engineering, and security system design and development specifics and Training Materials.
Category
Analytical Disciplines
ID
2022-1062
Job Locations US-FL-Tampa
Shift work is required to support 24×7 operations.  It is important to be available to work any shift/designated hours required to include nights, weekends, and holidays.Systems Administrators perform tier one and two network support in accordance with the SIE OPORD.  Systems Administrators must possess strong problem-solving, analytical and communication skills, in addition to in-depth technical knowledge of the Government’s systems’ hardware and software. The position requirements vary depending on system complexity, the types of operating and network systems being supported, and the size of the organization. A background in the specific types of hardware and software systems used by the Government is required. Systems Administrators monitor and control one or more mid-range application servers. This position studies program operating instructions to determine equipment setup and operations. Systems Administrators continuously observes the operation of assigned applications and storage devices to monitor system operation and determines the point of hardware or software failure.  This position manipulates systems in accordance with standard procedures to continue operations when individual units of a system malfunction. Systems Administrators confer with software systems engineering or applications programming personnel in the event that errors require a change of instructions or sequences of operations. Systems Administrators maintains operating records such as machine performance and production reports. 
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-1061
Job Locations US-FL-Tampa
Senior Network Engineers perform tier three network support in accordance with the SIE OPORD. Senior Network Engineers must be detail-oriented and have in-depth knowledge of networking hardware and software. Extensive experience in areas such as network design and implementation, LAN/WAN interfacing, security, internet protocols and TCP/IP, as well as server and network infrastructure is required. This position tests and analyzes elements of network facilities, including power, software, security features, In-Line Encryption (INE) communications devices, communications lines, modems, and terminals and is responsible for the overall integration of the enterprise network. Senior Network Engineers are also responsible for planning, modeling, simulation, design, installation, maintenance, management, and coordination of the network. This position monitors and controls the performance and status of network resources by using software and hardware tools, as well as by identifying and diagnosing complex problems and factors affecting network performance. Senior Network Engineers keep his or her technical skills updated and studies vendor products to determine those which best meet the Government’s needs. Senior Network Engineers provide guidance and direction for junior network support technicians.
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-1060
Job Locations US-FL-Tampa
Systems Analysts must be excellent analytical thinkers and problem solvers, as well as effective communicators. This position requires a broad understanding of transport, services, network defense, and experience working with associated, hardware and software systems, including their installation, maintenance, and life cycles. Systems Analysts must be self- starters with excellent organizational and listening skills and knowledgeable in industry standard hardware and software development practices to eliminate stovepipe development throughout the enterprise.
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-1059
Job Locations US-FL-Tampa
Systems Engineers perform engineering level support in accordance with the SIE OPORD.  In addition to in-depth technical knowledge of the Government’s software and hardware, Systems Engineers need advanced analytical, troubleshooting and design skills. The ability to communicate with technical and non-technical users also is essential. Systems Engineers must be familiar with the systems engineering process and data as a fundamental building block for performance improvement. Participation in working groups, design reviews and system tests are required. This position will help generate assessments, as well as develop and implement actionable recommendations based on reviews. Systems Engineers require extensive knowledge of the development process, including specification, documentation, and quality assurance. Because of the broad range of demands Systems Engineers must have demonstrated strong project planning skills are preferred.
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-1058
Job Locations US-FL-Tampa
Network Engineers perform tier-three network support in accordance with the SIE OPORD. Network Engineers must be detail-oriented and have in-depth knowledge of networking hardware and software. Extensive experience in areas such as network design and implementation, LAN/WAN interfacing, security, Internet protocols, and TCP/IP, as well as server and network infrastructure, is required.  This position tests and analyzes elements of network facilities, including power, software, security features, communications devices, In-Line encryption (INE) communications lines, modems, and terminals, and is responsible for the overall integration of the enterprise network. Network Engineers is also responsible for planning, modeling, simulation, design, installation, maintenance, management, and coordination of the network. This position monitors and controls the performance and status of network resources by using software and hardware tools, as well as by identifying and diagnosing complex problems and factors affecting network performance. Network Engineers keep his or her technical skills updated and study vendor products to determine those which best meet the Government’s needs. This position provides guidance and direction for junior network support technicians.  
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-1057
Job Locations US
Objective: Provide planning and execution of data collections for government-provided sensors in support of AiTDR algorithm training and performance evaluation events. Perform sensor maintenance and site setup, execution, breakdown, and other logistic functions.
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-1056
Job Locations US-Washington, D.C.
BACKGROUND:   The DOC is required by Executive Order 13556, Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and 32 CFR § 2002 to implement the Government-wide program for identifying, marking, and protecting sensitive unclassified information. The purpose of this Executive Order is to harmonize the marking and control of information across Government thereby increasing information sharing and information protection.   The individuals on this task order will provide support for developing and implementing the DOC-wide CUI program to include development of policy, procedures, implementation plans, and appropriate training tools to protect the sensitive information developed or entrusted to the Department. The Contractor shall provide a detailed project plan for implementation of a continuous process for managing and protecting CUI. Challenges   Executive Order 13566 was issued in 2010 for the establishment of the CUI program but to date the Department has not planned for the implementation of the program and has begun to receive CUI materials from other agencies with no policy or procedures for their workforce to know proper handling and storage of this type of information. Additionally, DOC has begun to receive inquiries from industry regarding the protection of CUI materials in contracts and services provided to the Department by industry partners.   OBJECTIVE:   The DOC seeks the support services from a Contractor who possesses the necessary skills, in-depth knowledge, and experience to analyze DOC’s sensitive information holdings in order to develop and plan for the Department’s implementation of CUI in alignment with Executive Order 13556 and National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) guidelines. CUI is derived from Executive Order (E.O.) 13556 – Controlled Unclassified Information, which establishes a program for managing all unclassified information in the Executive Branch that requires safeguarding or dissemination controls pursuant to and consistent with 4 applicable law, regulations, and government-wide policies. Program and safeguarding procedures are codified in 32 CFR § 2002. Scope of services is to provide general assistance, advice, and support to the DOC Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), Senior Advisor. The technical support services may include, but are not limited to:   - Referencing existing departmental policies, guidance and processes - Create required policies, guidance, processes, and training materials for use in the DOC CUI Program - Developing and providing role-appropriate CUI training to DOC personnel and contractors, as required - Conducting periodic inspections and reviewing of security controls for safeguarding CUI materials in both physical and electronic form - Maintaining a mechanism to manage and track corrective action plans of actions and milestones; and, - General Project Management and coordination.
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-1055
Job Locations US-Washington, D.C.
This position is located in the Executive Office of the President (EOP), Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR). The incumbent works under the direction of the Assistant U.S. Trade Representative and other senior staff in the assigned area. The incumbent serves as administrative liaison with key persons within and outside USTR by scheduling meetings, gathering and transmitting information and instructions, ascertaining the progress of work activities, expediting the completion of assignments, and assisting in a variety of analytical and administrative projects related to the needs of the Trade Policy Staff Committee (TPSC), Assistant USTR for Trade Policy and Economics (TPE), Senior Trade Policy Advisor, and other TPE/Policy Coordination (PC) staff members.   This is a developmental level position, classified at less than full performance level of GS-12 for recruitment and training purposes. The career ladder has an established intervening GS-11 position as well (RL10268). The duties are essentially the same as the target position (RL10269), however, factors have been adjusted to account for the developmental nature of the work.
Category
Legal
ID
2022-1054
Job Locations US-MD-Suitland
OBJECTIVE: The overall objective of this task order is to assist the DICE program management office and the DICE systems teams in providing their Census enterprise survey lifecycle (eSDLC) documentation which include system-level architectural, engineering, and security system design and development specifics and Training Materials.   BACKGROUND OF PROJECT: The U.S. Census Bureau (USBC) serves as the nation’s leading provider of quality data about its people and economy. In fulfilling this mandate, it conducts a wide range of household and data collection survey operations across multiple program areas in the agency. Over time, those program areas have developed independent systems for collecting data, resulting in duplication, increased complexity, and rising operational costs. In an effort to improve operation efficiency, the USBC is in the planning process to transition to a new enterprise approach for data collect called the Data Ingest and Collection for the Enterprise (DICE) program. DICE is a forward-thinking, bureau-wide effort to modernize the receipt of external data and data collection at the USCB by integrating and managing the development of an enterprise “system of systems” on a shared platform for conducting data collection activities efficiently and cost-effectively. Further, DICE will enable the Census Bureau to fully leverage cutting-edge survey methods, including adaptive design approaches, sampling strategies that integrate administrative data, multi-mode data collection, streamlined case management, and metadata definition on files received from external sources. The Census Bureau is committed to this shared services approach as a means to harness the benefits of enterprise-wide solutions over duplicative, single-use solutions for operations and technology. DICE is a new way of doing business that focuses on minimizing redundancy, lowering complexity, and avoiding duplicative costs for the Census Bureau’s business and household data collection operations.
Category
Analytical Disciplines
ID
2022-1053
Job Locations US-VA-Tysons
ABOUT US: Ardent Eagle Solutions (AES) is a dynamic and growing small business supporting the Department of Defense (DoD) and Intelligence Community (IC) customers worldwide. AES is focused on the success and growth of its employees while providing outstanding support to our customers and their mission(s).
Category
Management
ID
2022-1052
Job Locations US-Washington, D.C.
Category
Administrative/Clerical
ID
2022-1051
Job Locations US-Washington, D.C.
Category
Analytical Disciplines
ID
2022-1050
Job Locations US-Washington, D.C.
Objective: Provide on-site legal analyst support to the Interagency Center for Trade Implementation, Monitoring, and Enforcement; Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR); Executive Office of the President (EOP).
Category
Legal
ID
2022-1048
Job Locations US-Washington, D.C.
BACKGROUND: The Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) is in need of data visualization expertise for the Office of Policy Analysis and Development (OPAD), specifically to support a team of researchers and analysts and to help promote the Office’s content within and external to MBDA and the Department of Commerce.   OBJECTIVE: Transform data sets, quantitative and qualitative analysis into compelling graphics, charts and multimedia visuals in ways that are useful for both subject matter experts as well as business users.
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-1045
Job Locations US-Washington, D.C.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: The Department of Commerce (DOC) Office of the Secretary (OSEC) is an executive office within the Department of Commerce and is located in the Herbert C. Hoover Building in Washington, DC. The Office of the Secretary is the management arm of the department and provides the principal support to the Secretary in formulating policy and providing executive leadership of DOC-wide programs and activities. DOC Executive OSEC consists of the Secretary and Deputy Secretary offices which generate many important records and documents. DOC Executive OSEC has not had a permanent records manager on site for several years. DOC Executive OSEC seeks onsite records management and document management support to sort through paper records and prepare records and containers for accession to NARA.   OBJECTIVE: The Contractor shall provide on-site records management administration specialist and document control specialist support to the DOC OSEC. DOC OSEC has critical legacy records (hard copy), that need to be reviewed, sorted, organized and prepared for accession to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). The Contractor will review, prepare, sort, archive and organize the existing assortment of executive legacy (paper) records, files, and documents. The contractor will prepare records, file and arrange in containers in accordance with NARA policies and requirements for document archival and accession. The Contractor shall help the DOC OSEC meet critical aspects and requirements associated with records management, retention, document management and archival.
Category
Administrative/Clerical
ID
2022-1044
Job Locations US-Washington, D.C.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: The Department of Commerce (DOC) Office of the Secretary (OSEC) is an executive office within the Department of Commerce and is located in the Herbert C. Hoover Building in Washington, DC. The Office of the Secretary is the management arm of the department and provides the principal support to the Secretary in formulating policy and providing executive leadership of DOC-wide programs and activities. DOC Executive OSEC consists of the Secretary and Deputy Secretary offices which generate many important records and documents. DOC Executive OSEC has not had a permanent records manager on site for several years. DOC Executive OSEC seeks onsite records management and document management support to sort through paper records and prepare records and containers for accession to NARA.   OBJECTIVE: The Contractor shall provide on-site records management administration specialist and document control specialist support to the DOC OSEC. DOC OSEC has critical legacy records (hard copy), that need to be reviewed, sorted, organized and prepared for accession to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). The Contractor will review, prepare, sort, archive and organize the existing assortment of executive legacy (paper) records, files, and documents. The contractor will prepare records, file and arrange in containers in accordance with NARA policies and requirements for document archival and accession. The Contractor shall help the DOC OSEC meet critical aspects and requirements associated with records management, retention, document management and archival.
Category
Customer Service/Support
ID
2022-1043
Job Locations US-Washington, D.C.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: In 2017, the Department of Commerce (DOC) was asked to conduct an investigation into the impact on our national security from imports of steel mill products and from imports of wrought and unwrought aluminum. These investigations were carried out under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962, as amended. On January 11, 2018, the DOC formally submitted to President Trump the results of the investigation. On March 8, 2018 President Trump announced Presidential Proclamations 9704 and 9705 ordering Section 232 tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum. The Secretary of Commerce has the authority to grant exclusions from the duties, “if the steel or aluminum articles are determined not to be in a sufficient and reasonable available amount or of a satisfactory quality or based upon specific national security considerations.” Individuals or organizations using steel articles in business activities or supplying steel to users in the U.S. may submit exclusion requests with respect to the Proclamation. In addition, any individual or organization in the U.S. can file objections to exclusions. The DOC’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has the lead on national security analysis. The Enforcement and Compliance (E&C) unit of the DOC’s International Trade Administration is responsible for providing technical analyses for product exclusions related to the proceedings and submitting a recommendation to BIS on whether the technical merits of the request and objections warrant approving or denying the exclusion request. Currently, E&C does not have sufficient staff resources with the expertise required to evaluate the exclusion requests and objections to requests. Information on the exclusion procedures can be found here: https://www.bis.doc.gov/index.php/232-steel   POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Evaluators shall be responsible for conducting deep-dive reviews to determine, at a granular level, the ability of U.S. steel and aluminum producers to supply specific steel and aluminum products required by individual domestic U.S. consumers. Knowledge of the U.S. steel and aluminum industries and downstream markets, while not required, is beneficial. Analysis will include evaluation of information submitted by outside parties, as well as advice provided by the Government’s designated steel/aluminum subject matter expert, to determine whether objecting parties can produce and deliver in a timely basis, and in sufficient quantity, the identical product being requested, or a reasonable substitute. The substance of such analysis, including a recommendation as to whether to approve or deny each exclusion request, will be submitted to the Review Team for substantive and quality control review. Certain evaluators shall be assigned to specialized supporting roles. Such roles include, at a minimum, training coordination, coordination with the Government’s designated steel/aluminum subject matter expert and uploading final recommendation memoranda to a web portal. Evaluators conducting such specialized activities will report to the Senior Project Manager.
Category
Analytical Disciplines
ID
2022-1042
Job Locations US-Washington, D.C.
This position will be engaging with CLDP staff/management to assess and improve their current tools/models used to: - manage and project funding - track spend rates - allocate resources based on funding levels - provide reporting to senior management
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-1041
Job Locations US-Washington, D.C.
Provide support to the U.S. Department of Commerce, Performance Excellence Team, consisting of data analyses, project management support, and administrative support for the development of performance management presentations, training sessions, coordination meetings, data-driven review meetings, and written reports. This support may include ad hoc user requests, and actions needed to maintain and acquire office equipment and supplies. Additionally, this effort will support the organization, analysis, composition, and editing needed to develop: the Department Strategic Plan for 2022-2026, Annual Financial Reports; Annual Performance Plan and Reports; Annual Strategic Reviews, Cross-Agency Priority Goals; Agency Priority Goals, Organizational Assessments, and other reports as required.
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-1014
Job Locations US-Washington, D.C.
Background: To provide administrative support services to the Human Capital Client Services (HCCS) offices at the Department of Commerce (DOC). 
Category
Administrative/Clerical
ID
2022-1011