IT Systems Subject Matter Expert (SME) 1
- Military veterans preferred
2019-06-14 SAIC (www.saic.com)
North Charleston South Carolina 29405 United States
SAIC has an opportunity for a Subject Matter Expert (SME) 1 to support a DCGS-MC contract. This position is located in North Charleston, SC. Duties include but are not limited to:
Conduct a Workload Analysis (CDRL A021)
from the tasks identified in the JTA (CDRL A018) and MTA (CDRL A019) to validate the suitability
of the projected number of personnel and composition to perform required missions, maintain
systems and/or equipment, and provide necessary technical, engineering, logistical, and
Assist the government in the
preparation of Provisioning Parts Lists (PPL) utilizing existing Provisioning Technical Documentation (PTD) and
computer resources such as the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Federal Logistics Information
Participate in technical publication
reviews associated with the DCGS-MC systems, subsystems and components. For technical publication
reviews, the contractor shall assist in coordinating and conducting an Independent Verification and
Validation (IV&V) event with the expectation that corrections to technical documentation will
be made on-the-spot.
Coordinate with the government to ensure appropriate SME
representation for the IV&V event. A Validation Report (CDRL A006) and all document redlines
shall be provided to the government after each event.
Assist with the assembly and review of
technical data packages for consistency, format, etc. The package shall be assembled in accordance
Technical training through an accredited
institution of higher learning and/or through military training in information
systems hardware setup and configuration.
Four (4) years of hands-on experience
with Information Technology (IT) systems to include three (3) of the following four (4) areas: Systems
Requirements, Operational Requirements, Test & Evaluation, and Training.
Recognized expert who has
demonstrated experience with tactical IT systems deployment, setup and take-down.
Must have knowledge and technical capabilities in supporting
the Distributed Common Ground System Marine Corps (DCGS-MC) or similar United
States Marine Corps (USMC) Command, Control, Communication, Computer,
Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems and equipment
are considered of more value to the government. Specific knowledge and
experience in the following DCGS-MC Family of Systems is a plus:
DCGS Services (EDS) System is the Marine Corps’ entry point to the greater
DoD DCGS enterprise. As part of the greater construct, it
provides a framework based on the DCGS Integrated Backbone which is a set of standards for sharing and
managing data, to which all intelligence systems must comply. This framework enables interoperability
and meta-data tagging standards that allow data to be discoverable and usable by all organizations
within the Marine Corps, sister services, interagency, and coalition partners.
Intelligence Analysis System Family of Systems (IAS FoS) is the all-source
analysis and production capability for the Marine Corps Intelligence,
Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Enterprise. This acquisition program is the Marine Corps’ primary
intelligence analytical toolset at all levels of the Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF).
Clearance Requirement: Must have an active Secret clearance with the ability to obtain a TS/SCI.