full-time employee contract
Amentum has an opportunity for a highly qualified candidate as an Assistant Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) Contract Technical Representative (ACTR) providing the HQ a single assured point of contact for all contracted hardware, software, and networking requirements in support of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command (USINDOPACOM) in Camp H.M. Smith, Hawaii.
This is a contingent position, which means we are pipelining candidates for future openings.
Oversee service requests, to include new systems, major modifications to existing systems and entry points for emerging technologies.
Maintain a working knowledge of the Navy's service catalog, approved product list, and operating procedures as to how to request the Navy's service provider to deliver and setup services
Assist directorates and subordinate commands, as determined by the Government, to determine if IT Requests or leadership data calls, for supplies and services, can be supported by the current Navy NMCI contract.
Analyze IT service requests for Move, Add, and Change (MAC) of existing Navy enterprise network services, translate the service requests into electronic forms and submit for MAC processing via the Navy's NMCI Enterprise Tool (NET) within 1 business day.
Provide the subject matter expertise required to execute the purchase of Navy IT capabilities needed to enable information sharing, collaboration, and interoperability; that can be provided in federated, franchised, or centralized business models.
Provide the Application Review Board, Naval Enterprise Networks (NEN) Program Office (PMW-205), and the Navy enterprise network contract vendor(s) with the software applications and data collections required to complete software testing, certification, and deployment.
Generate meeting minutes by attending Navy's Enterprise Configuration Control Board (ECCB) NMCI Enterprise Tool meetings, and NMCI Critical Issues meetings.
Follow-up and track all Navy NMCI service deliveries to ensure the Navy service contractor is delivering in a timely manner. Report delinquencies to government leadership.
Provide the COR-appointed Technical Assistant (TA) with a Monthly Status Report (MSR) no later than the 5th of the month following the reporting period. At a minimum, the MSR shall include the following information:
A list of accomplishments during the reporting period
Identify any task issues, problem areas and items that require Government action
Perform all other position related duties as assigned or requested.