LOCATION: Austin, TX; Fort Sill, OK; Detroit Arsenal, MI; Redstone Arsenal, AL; Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD; Fort Benning, GA; Orlando, FL
Prepares and processes foreign disclosure requests and proposes recommendations to the Government per U.S. disclosure and release policies and guidance. Directly responsible for management of OPSEC, PHYSEC, PERSEC, and FDO duties.
- Assist in the development, coordination, and implementation of policy and guidance for Foreign Disclosure processes and Security & Intelligence functions
- Receive, record, track, coordinate, process, and disseminate all request for release of classified information
- Ensure all disclosures or releases of classified information are in accordance with National Disclosure Policy 1 (NDP-1); ensure all disclosures or releases of classified information occur in a Government to Government forum
- Maintain a record of all original request for disclosure and a copy of any modified or edited to include a copy of the final approved product; maintain a copy of all original and final approved products for a period of one year from date of disclosure
- Attend Government provided Foreign Disclosure training and certification as part of Customer support
- Coordinate with Government officials requests for foreign disclosure; function as subject matter expert in foreign disclosure to protect technology and U.S. classified military information (CMI) while balancing determinations with disclosure authorities, sensitivities, and disclosure criteria and prohibitions
- Coordinate foreign visits (FV) via Foreign Visit System; conduct follow-up with information regarding what was discussed, nature of discussions, etc.
- Draft general and specific FD guidance as required
- Maintain awareness and ensure local security programs are adequate to protect classified and sensitive but unclassified information in accordance with the Customer’s protection benchmarks
- Provide general security support for the local organization and coordinate with the Security Subject Matter Experts; perform other security functions and duties as assigned
8 years foreign disclosure or international programs experience with BA or BS in same; additional 4 years of experience conducting intelligence analysis will be accepted with Bachelor’s degree (any discipline)
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) or a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in foreign disclosure or international programs; Bachelor’s degree in any discipline considered with additional years of experience
Clearance Level: TS/SCI
BENEFITS: Full benefits are offered.
Bravura is a rapidly growing Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) that provides professional and engineering services, technology solutions and product offerings to DoD, Federal Civilian agencies. Bravura is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Bravura does not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally recognized basis (protected class) including, but not limited to: veteran status, uniform service member status, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information or any other protected class under federal, state, or local law. These are positions that require a U.S. Citizenship.