Collection Strategists/Planners - PACIFIC COMMAND (USPACOM)

Location: Pearl Harbor, HI
Date Posted: 03-24-2017
Collection Strategists/Planners (Three (3) FTEs) - The FTE that supports advanced collection strategy development and planning will assist in the development of comprehensive all-source collection strategies focused on UPACOM intelligence requirements. The Collection Strategist/Planner will provide strategy recommendations, identify and document shortfalls, develop mitigation strategies, and support ISR Crisis Action Planning.
Clearance Required: TS/SCI CI Poly

Functions/Key Tasks
  • Using all available requirement sources, functional Collection Manager (CM), and regional CM input contractor shall develop and publish a monthly theater JSR Collection Emphasis Message (CEM) that provides theater JSR prioritization and tasking guidance to theater component commands. Publish updates as required (weekly minimum).
  • Using functional CM, regional CM, and JRC input, contractor shall document ISR related information to serve as input for the Defense Readiness Review System (DRRS), Quarterly Readiness Reviews, and other JSR related tasks as required.
  • Contractor shall assist functional collection managers in the documentation of lSR requirements to inform the Global Force management (GFM) process and the USPACOM Annual ISR Plan.
  • Contractor shall assist the lMMC Chief in developing an agenda for the bi-weekly (twice a week) Strategy Session. The contractor shall document ISR sho1tfalls or best practices, develop material for the strategy session, brief material, and develop mitigation strategies to improve JSR employment.
  • Contractor shall aid functional and regional collection managers in the planning, development, and implementation of comprehensive multi discipline collection strategies in support of USPACOM intelligence issues.
  • Contractor shall manage the consolidation of Component Priority Collection Lists (CPCL) via the Theater Operations Management tool to develop the Joint Collection Priority Lists (J PCL) on a weekly basis. This includes calculating the values identified in the Collection Priority Framework (CFP) to determine overall prioritization of USPACOM issues:
  • Contractor shall, using a variety of methods, evaluate collection management processes used by the IMMC staff and recommend improvements for review by the IMMC Chief or Technical Point of Contact. This includes the development of IMMC steady state and crisis plans standard operating procedures.
  • Contractor shall assist functional and regional collection managers in the development of ISR sections or appendixes to USPACOM operational planning documents.
  • Contractor shall assist functional and regional collection managers in the development of supporting operational planning documents, such as Collection Requirement Matrices, lSR Concept of operation in accordance with JCS Manual 3314.0 I A Intelligence Planning formats.
  • Contractor shall provide periodic planning updates to IMMC Chief and Technical Point of Contact.
  • The contractor shall support and participate in conferences, exercise (planning and execution), and working groups (via secure VTC or in person) in support of the IMMC mission.
  • The contractor shall participate in the Joint Collection Management Board (JCMB), Joint Collection Working Groups (JCWG), Defense Collection Management Boards (DCMB) and National Collection Management Boards (NCMB) as requested by the Government. The contractor shall develop and present ISR planning related material in these forums as required.
  • The contractor shall become familiar with command webpage forums, and post and maintain functional ISR planning webpages (such as EPIC, OP-C SharePoint, and others) to ensure relevant IMMC processes, procedures, and products are available to MMC and command personnel.
Bachelor or master's degree with 10+ years of intelligence collection management experience or equivalent intelligence/academic experience. Requires thorough knowledge of the Department of Defense (DoD) General ISR, CM, Plans, Assessment, and modeling. Requires knowledge of architecture, systems and applications associated with the functional areas. Mentor level knowledge and familiarity (operational level users) is required for the following applications: Microsoft Office, PRISM, PSAS, Collection requirement  systems, and  RMT.   
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