Counterintelligence Policy Analyst

Counterintelligence Policy Analyst

– in Washington, D.C.

Description of work

Location: Washington D.C. Area

IIT is seeking a highly qualified Counterintelligence Policy Analyst to support the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence & Security (OUSD(I&S)), Deputy Director for Intelligence (DDI) within the NCR. TS/SCI is required.

This posting is contingent upon award and the experience requirements stated above are not negotiable. Resume/CV must clearly demonstrate requirements. Only qualified candidates will be contacted.

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Qualifications & Experience

Required Experience:

10 years of experience working with CI criminal investigations, (DoD experience preferred), counterespionage/counterterrorism operations, CI collections, CI functional services, and associated DoD CI policies, executive orders, and federal laws.

One (1) year of experience developing briefing materials and presenting to peers and senior leadership in areas including policy, strategy, oversight functions, capability gaps. One year of experience supporting senior DoD officials as a staff and/or action officer.

One (1) year of experience conducting research and analysis of DoD policy/guidance documents and legal decisions


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