- Minimum 10 years' experience in cybersecurity (e.g., Information Assurance, Information Systems Security, and Computer Network Defense) in the development of National Security Policy and Strategy.
- Minimum 10 years cumulative experience in four (4) of the following:
- Legislative process and Congressional relations
- Interdepartmental or interagency collaboration and cooperation
- Capabilities and requirements analysis
- Performance management and metrics implementationo
- Process definition, deployment, and improvement
- Facilitation of team activities and resulting product development
- Program analysis and evaluation
- In lieu of a Bachelor's degree, an additional four (4) years' experience is required equaling a total of 14 years of experience for each area above.
The Cybersecurity Strategy Consultant (Communications) provides consulting services in support of senior U.S. government leaders. The consultant assists in the development and implementation of cybersecurity strategic communications initiatives and communications engagements to facilitate and coordinate integration and collaboration among the organization, the IC, the DoD, and other U.S. government agencies.
The Cybersecurity Strategy Consultant - Communications Level 2:
- Draft summary planning documentation to support Video Teleconference (VTC) or teleconference engagements and weekly support updates designed to track internal and external time-sensitive tasking and cybersecurity-related business.
- Facilitate and support strategic planning sessions aimed at identifying and prioritizing cybersecurity initiatives and challenges.
- Consolidate input from across multiple organizations and contributors to draft cybersecurity products (e.g., documents, briefings) for group review and finalization.
- Research and advise USG leadership on concepts and ideas for advancing cybersecurity that shapes future national-level cybersecurity policy.
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