Senior Advisor for Data Science
Serves as the Senior Advisor for Data Science (Intelligence) to the Director, Intelligence Community Information Management, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2. The incumbent is recognized in the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community (IC) as the Army's Chief Intelligence Data Officer and the leading authority on data science as it relates to intelligence data. Provides senior expertise, judgement, and advice on policy, strategic programming and programming for intelligence data management and information sharing/data interoperability between Army and National/Joint intelligence and mission command systems. Serves as the Army Staff lead responsible for strategic planning for intelligence data management within the military intelligence community, in partnership with the National Intelligence Community, and in collaboration with the Army Chief Information Officer/G-6 and the Army Acquisition Executive. Develops strategies, plans and recommendations to synchronize data between military intelligence functional disciplines, intelligence support to special operations, cyber operations, and Army mission command functions. The incumbent develops, implements, and oversees all Army intelligence data standardization related activities. These activities include creation and enforcement of accountable policies and standards for the Army Intelligence enterprise to acquire, store, process, and provide data in a standard manner, as well as providing data while protecting it based on mission, legal, policy, civil liberties, security, cyber, and information sharing rules. This role includes the development of flexible, dynamic organization business processes to facilitate the management and oversight of data for which the Army Intelligence Enterprise is responsible. In concert with IC and Army CIO/G-2 processes, the incumbent will develop and implement a data governance process for the Army Intelligence Enterprise that is realistic, manageable, and effective, supporting the entire data lifecycle.The incumbent provides the governance, policy, and oversight to maximize the value of data as a strategic asset where appropriate throughout its lifecycle, from acquisition through the removal of data from the enterprise. Data will be acquired, normalized, ingested, and managed in a manner that maximizes the needs of mission while complying with existing and emerging IC and Army standards. The incumbent ensures the development of an effective Army Intelligence Data Strategy and the associated policies to enable Army Acquisition and Military Intelligence implementation thereof. The incumbent endorses the principles of effective information management at each stage of the information life cycle to support information sharing, while ensuring the security of the data across the IC. The incumbent provides senior intelligence expertise on data operations, data management personnel and training, technologies, and concepts needed to enable Army operations and missions. Provides senior intelligence expertise on the Department of Defense and / or the U.S. Army Force Modernization (FM) process; including policies, directives, and regulations governing the Total Army Analysis (TAA) lifecycle. Develops, coordinates, represents and defends Army requirements for intelligence data management and data science.
Applicants must address the following Mandatory Technical Qualification factor(s) in separate written statements. Failure to meet or address the mandatory Technical Qualification(s) and the Intelligence Community Senior Officer Core Qualification Standard automatically disqualifies an applicant from consideration:
MANDATORY JOB-RELATED RATING FACTORS:
Technical Qualifications Mandatory
TQ1. Knowledge of and experience with U.S. Intelligence Community structure, organizations, relationships, missions, functions, and capabilities, and the associated governing policies, directives, laws, and regulations for intelligence. Knowledge of IC, DoD, and Army CIO technical standards, policies, and processes for information management.
TQ2. Knowledge and expertise in Data Science, to include managing large amounts of data despite hardware, software, and bandwidth configurations and constraints; merging data sources; ensuring consistency of datasets; creating visualizations to aid in understanding data; and presenting and communicating the data insights/findings. Knowledge of data management goals, objectives, policies, and implementation guidance as it applies to the Army, DoD and the IC.
TQ3. Knowledge and experience in the IC, DoD, Joint, and Army requirements process. In-depth knowledge and experience in the Army PoM and IC IPBS processes. In depth knowledge of Army intelligence systems, architectures, and data flows supporting Army and IC consumers and producers.
Intelligence Community Senior Office Core Qualification StandardMandatory
Intelligence Community (IC) Senior Officer Core Qualification (SOCQ) - Leading the Intelligence Enterprise: Required for all senior executive positions effective 1 October 2010. This SOCQ involves the ability to integrate resources, information, interests, and activities effectively in support of the IC's mission and to lead and leverage cross organizational collaborative networks to achieve significant mission results. Inherent to this Standard is a deep understanding of the Intelligence enterprise (or other comparable interagency or multi-organizational environment) and a shared commitment to the IC's core values. (Include a separate attachment one page maximum per competency).
(1) Collaboration and Integration: IC Senior Officers have a responsibility to share information and knowledge to achieve results, in that regard are expected to build effective networks and alliances; actively engage these peers and stakeholders; involve them in key decision; and effectively leverage these networks to achieve significant results. Senior officers are expected to create an environment that promotes employee engagement, collaboration, integration, information and knowledge sharing, and the candid, open exchange of diverse points of view.
Candidates assessed against this competency must:
a. Build, leverage, and lead collaborative networks with key peers and stakeholders across the IC and/or other government/private-sector organizations, or professional/technical disciplines to achieve significant joint/multi-agency mission outcomes. b. Integrate joint/multi-agency activities effectively exercising collaborative plans that realize mutual IC, joint, or multi-organizational goals.
(2) Enterprise Focus: IC Senior officers are expected to demonstrate a deep understanding of how the missions, structures, leaders, and cultures of the various IC components interact and connect; synthesize resources, information and other inputs to effectively integrate and align component, IC, and the United States Government interests and activities to achieve IC-wide, national, and international priorities. Senior officers are expected to encourage and support Joint Duty assignments and developmental experiences that develop and reinforce enterprise focus among their subordinates.
Candidates assessed against this competency must:
a. Understand the roles, missions, capabilities, and organizational and political realities of the intelligence enterprise; apply that understanding to drive joint, interagency, or multi-organizational mission accomplishment.
b. Understand how organizations, resources, information, and processes within the IC interagency/multi-organizational environment interact with and influence one another; apply that understanding to solve complex interagency or multi-organizational problems.
(3) Values-Centered Leadership: IC Senior officers are expected to personally embody, advance and reinforce IC core values. Senior officers are expected to demonstrate and promote departmental and/or component values. Candidates assessed against this competency must demonstrate:
a. A Commitment to selfless service and excellence in support of the IC's mission, as well as to preserving, protecting, and defending the Nation's laws and liberties.
b. The Integrity and Courage(moral, intellectual, and physical) to seek and speak the truth, to innovate, and to change things for the better, regardless of personal or professional risk.
c. Collaboration as members of a single IC-wide team, respecting and leveraging the diversity of all members of the IC, their background, their sources and methods, and their points of view.
d. Promote, reinforce, and reward IC, departmental/component core values in the workforce and ensure that actions, policies, and practices are aligned with, and embody those values.
e. Ensure that organizational strategies, policies, procedures, and actions give appropriate focus, attention, and commitment to diversity of people, points of view, ideas, and insights.
JOINT DUTY ASSIGNMENT SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates for this position will be reviewed for receipt of joint duty credit. You must provide evidence of having obtained joint duty credit by submitting a previously approved Joint Duty Claim Form(s) or by requesting approval of a joint duty claim by submitting the Joint Duty Claim Form with supporting documentation. Your claim will be reviewed, approved/disapproved and returned to you. Information, to include forms and instructions on joint duty can be found on the JDA website by clicking the link below.
JDA Website and from: https://www.icjointduty.gov/policyguidance_other.htm
**NOTE: Applicants without Joint Duty Credit may apply for the position and can be considered. If selected a Joint Duty waiver will be required prior to final appointment. An external candidate, if selected, will be required to provide proof of Joint Duty credit apply for credit prior to appointment.
Foreign Education: If you are using education completed in foreign colleges or universities to meet the qualification requirements, you must show that the education credentials have been evaluated by a private organization that specializes in interpretation of foreign education programs and such education has been deemed equivalent to that gained in an accredited U.S. education program; or full credit has been given for the courses at a U.S. accredited college or university. For further information, visit:http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ous/international/usnei/us/edlite-visitus-forrecog.html
Drug Testing: This is a Testing Designated Position (TDP). The incumbent must successfully pass a urinalysis test before entering this position and reasonably thereafter. Condition of Employment: Selectee will be required to sign a Condition of Employment form prior to entry into this DISL position.
Security Clearance: In order to qualify for this position, you must be able to obtain and maintain a Top Secret security clearance with access to Special Compartmented Information (TS/SCI).
Financial Disclosure: The individual selected will be required to file a 'Public Financial Disclosure Report (OGE-278) in accordance with the Ethics in Government Act of 1978.
Probationary Period: You will serve a two-year probationary period unless you have previously completed the probationary period in the DISL.
Veteran's Preference: By law Veteran's Preference does not apply to the Senior Executive Service False Statements If you make a false statement in any part of your application, you may not be hired; you may be fired after you begin work; or you may be subject to fine, imprisonment, or other disciplinary action.
Non Discrimination: All applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, political affiliation, age, sex, sexual orientation, disabling condition, membership in an employee organization, or any other non-merit factors.
Adverse Information Screening: Applicants proposed for selection are subject to inquiries as to any incidences of misconduct, malfeasance, neglect of duty, or the appearance thereof. Information gained in this check will be considered in the approval decision.Travel and Mobility: Incumbent must be available to travel (both stateside and overseas) related to the duties of this position. An essential element of the DISL is mobility across geographic, organizational and functional lines. Individuals selected for Army DISL position may be subject to reassignment that requires them to be mobile. The incumbent may be required to sign a Mobility Agreement prior to entry into this DISL position.
E-verify: Documentation that you present for purposes of completing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Form I-9 will be verified through the DHS "E-Verify" system.
False Statement: If you make a false statement in any part of your application, you may not be hired; you may be fired after you begin work; or you may be subject to fine, imprisonment, or other disciplinary action.
There are a variety of benefits available to Federal Government employees. You will find specific information pertaining to those benefits at:
Moving Expenses: Permanent Change of Station costs may be authorized. Department of Defense National Relocation Program services will be authorized for current Federal employees in accordance with applicable regulations.
Political Recommendations: The Army is barred by 5 USC 3303 from accepting or considering political recommendations regarding appointment or any other personnel action; any violation of the bar on recommendations is a prohibited personnel action. The Army is obligated to take appropriate adverse action against employees who solicit, or Army officials who consider prohibited political recommendations.
Re-Employment of Annuitants: In accordance with section 9902(h) of title 5, United States Code, annuitants reemployed in the Department of Defense shall receive full annuity and salary upon appointment. They shall not be eligible for retirement contributions, participation in the Thrift Savings Plan, or a supplemental or redetermined annuity for the reemployment period. Discontinued service retirement annuitants (i.e., retired under section 8336(d)(l) or 8414(b)(l)(A) of title 5, United States Code) appointed to the Department of Defense may elect to be subject to retirement provisions of the new appointment as appropriate. (See DoD Instruction 1400.25, Volume 300, at http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives .)Suitability: Selectee will be required to complete a OF-306, Declaration for Federal Employment, and to sign and certify the accuracy of all information in his/her application, prior to entry into this DISL position. False statements on any part of the application may result in withdrawal of position offer, dismissal after beginning work, fine or imprisonment.