Title: Intelligence - HUMINT Signature Reduction - Senior
Location: Ft. Meade, MD
INSCOM and the Department of the Army G2 established the United States Army Operations Group (AOG) Provisional in March 2003 to conduct human intelligence operations. As the Army’s only HUMINT brigade and a Major Subordinate Command of INSCOM, the AOG conducts full spectrum HUMINT operations worldwide in support of Army HUMINT requirements. AOG conducts operations in all HUMINT disciplines and supports commanders from the tactical to strategic and Army levels, including units involved in combat operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and worldwide.
The on-site AOG HUMINT Signature Reduction Intelligence Analyst oversees and manages a team of Signature Reduction analysts to provide expertise in the development of effective signature reduction architecture, and prepare signature reduction plans, assessments, information reports, standard operating procedures, tactics, techniques, and procedures, and other documentation for AOG for the effective and secure operations of Army HUMINT capabilities. The Analyst will track
approved signature reduction plans to monitor and report on the safe, secure, and successful implementation of the plans and shall conduct an annual review of all signature reduction plans in order to assess the viability, feasibility, and supportability of said plans. The Analyst shall apply frequent and systematic due diligence procedures to evaluate the sustainability of the unit's Signature Reduction tactics, techniques, and procedures, and provide signature reduction training as needed to support and enhance unit missions. The Analyst shall respond to and fulfill all approved individual requests for signature reduction mechanisms in order to facilitate the successful completion of all AOG worldwide HUMINT operations. The contractor shall and maintain and update all individual AOG HUMINT collector signature reduction mechanisms, thereby allowing for the completion of short suspense operations.
Security Clearance: TOP SECRET
Special Access / Access Eligibility: SCI eligible
Polygraph: CI Poly Preferred
Education: BA or BS degree in any discipline
Additional Required Qualifications:
presentations, and written reports.
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