Interagency / Multinational Engagement Specialist

Company Name:
Ideal Innovations, Inc.
Responsible for providing support to the EM in adherence to applicable laws and policies on the sharing of Forensics and Biometric information, and in participation to achieve national and international consensus on technical standards and interoperability.

Specific efforts may include the following:
a) Assist COCOMs with documenting requirements and capabilities; enable coordination or support inside DFBA of COCOM priority requirements.
b) Assist and support coordination efforts to achieve unity of purpose for the effective employment of Forensics and Biometrics-enabled capabilities and proactive engagement with Joint, interagency, and multinational partners.
c) Assist DFBA in the formulation of management and guidance to the development and implementation of an interagency Forensics and Biometric Database exchange.
d) Participate on Working Groups identifying Gaps and developing solutions for Forensics/Biometric information exchange across the DoD enterprise, and partner agencies.
e) Support the development of joint/interagency/multinational sharing policies and procedures.
f) Support development of technical solutions to interagency/multinational sharing initiatives.
g) Plan, schedule, and execute meetings that support EM sharing objectives
h) Conduct research into the forensics and biometrics capabilities of current and projected multinational partners.

Deliverables for this task include:
-- policies and memoranda
-- issue papers, to include point papers, concept papers and/or white papers
-- technical reports
-- MOUs/MOAs
-- operational procedures documents

Education/Experience Level III: Bachelors and 5 years of experience or Associates and 7 or high school and 11 years; Level IV: Masters and 6 or Bachelors and 8 or Associates and 11 or High school and 15

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