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The Operations Program Management Office (OPMO) Division establishes and maintains CTP Strategic Objectives aligned to the DCSA and CTP vision and serves as the central point for directorate technical requirements and functional management for CTP systems of record. This Division manages the portfolio of projects to ensure achievement of Strategic Objectives are met and procuring the systems needed to efficiently and effectively conduct operations. Must have a Top Secret (SCI Eligible) Security Clearance.
- Translate mission needs to concrete requirements and documentation.
- Act as a single point of contact for any clarifications regarding project deliverables.
- Support CTP success in identification and delivery of emerging technologies to automate and enhance core functions in the Systems Development Lifecycle.
- Understand and help the CTP project manager create the project's business case.
- Identify the involved stakeholders and gather requirements by using requirement elicitation techniques like brainstorming, requirement workshops, focus groups, and others.
- Validate requirements by cross-referencing them with other stakeholders.
- Obtain consensus against the requirements before building the solution.
- Analyze and interpret requirements for their viability against the business objective.
- Identify and document alternate solutions, value additions and remove solution bottlenecks for the stakeholders.
- Document requirements by creating use cases, functional and requirement specifications documents.
- Prototype and model requirements to aid in solution verification.
- Develop requirement matrix to designed functionality/use case in coordination with development team, assist with building the Functional Requirements Document for government and stakeholder sign off.
- Validate any new requirement for their effect and impact on the existing requirement set of the project.
- Assist and support in the development and testing of PMO products and deliverables.
- Assist DCSA efforts to acquire, manage, and integrate commercial, open-source, and government data; develop dashboards and visualizations for mission, enterprise, and partner use; create a common operating picture of the National Industrial Security Program (NISP); identify risks of affiliated entities and suppliers to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST); and achieve Authority to Operate (ATO) for systems that support the CTP mission and related missions.
- Collaborate within DCSA, and externally with CFIUS, USD (I&S), USD (A&S), USD(R&E), DoD/CMO&CFO, DARPA, JAIC, MILDEPS, IC members, and other Federal agencies, national laboratories, FFRDCs, universities, professional associations, public/private partnerships, and private industry as appropriate to support Critical Technology Protection on behalf of DCSA, and ensure that relevant CTP data can be leveraged by others as appropriate.
- Experience performing and implementing expertise in project control components including preparing and maintaining program documentation.
- Supporting reviews, conferences, briefings and other meetings.
- Maintaining project schedules and performing critical path analysis.
- Developing and maintaining an Integrated Master Schedule (IMS).
- Plan, organize, facilitate, and participate in group meetings, working sessions, focus groups, DCSA Executive Leadership meetings, briefings, and workshops.
- Provide assistance to maintain the lines of information transfer within a group of people that include persons with different functional expertise, working toward the DCSA program goals.
- Planning; scheduling; compiling briefing materials; meeting management; and note taking, editing, and publishing, to include meeting agendas and minutes.
- Comfortable interacting with staff and senior leaders across the agency to ensure the efficient and effective execution of the governance process.
- Establishing processes for setting priorities, focusing energy and resources and strengthening operations to ensure that employees and other stakeholders are working toward common goals, establishing agreements around intended outcomes/results and assessing and adjusting the organizations direction in response to a changing environment.
- Developing action team charters and schedules for individual lanes of work, facilitating meetings, identifying risks and issues, managing interdependencies, tracking actions, and creating project deliverables.
- Tracking and reporting key milestones and implementation steps related to project plans.
- Applying change management best practices to ensure key components are incorporated in execution and successful management of the CTP Modernization project.
- Communicating project successes, lessons learned, next steps, and implementation plans, including timeline for training, resources and rollout to DCSA stakeholders.
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