eGlobalTech

  • Governance Support Analyst

    Job Location
    US-DC-Washington
    Active Security Clearance Required
    DHS EOD
    Status
    Current
  • About the Role

    eGlobalTech's Cyber Solutions Practice is looking for a Governance Support Analyst to join one of our federal consulting teams located in Washington, DC. This position supports a high impact Federal Information Security program through the day-to-day support of the Waiver, Exception, and Accepted Risk process and procedures. Qualified candidates should have at least five years of demonstrated experience in information security consulting, federal experience preferred but not required, at least one security related certification, and the ability to obtain a public trust and secret clearance. Ideal candidates should have excellent communication skills and want to be part of a growing cyber practice. This opportunity offers excellent compensation and career growth opportunities, benefit packages that include 20 days PTO, 401K w/ 3% matching after 90 days, employee stock purchase plans through TetraTech, Employer Paid Teledoc service through MedLion, paid holidays and corporate events, & much more!

    Responsibilities

    • Support and establish a framework for consistently collecting, analyzing, and distributing guidance, materials, and knowledge throughout Federal Government Client. These security documents are developed and compiled in accordance with our federal customer. This Program Support provides technical writing and communication expertise to facilitate a broad range of ISD requirements ranging from the development of acquisition packages to briefing materials and stakeholder correspondence.
    • Maintain, review, and develop ISD policies and procedures utilizing simple and plain language.
    • Maintain and update ISD policies and procedures to reflect any changes in the U.S. Laws, Executive Branch, and Component internal standard operating procedures.
    • Compare and analyze Agency's policies and procedures to ensure compliance with OMB, Government Accountability Office (GAO), NIST, DHS, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), and other authoritative guidance sources as established by U.S. law or the Executive Branch.
    • Review all security control content in accordance with NIST SP 800-53 (latest edition/revision), “Recommended Security Controls for Federal Information Systems and Organizations”, and any other applicable guidance in drafting security policies.
    • Publish and maintain the current policies and procedure library within the Agency's documentation repository system, and assist the Government POC in the transferring of ISD documentation to the appropriate SharePoint libraries.
    • Manage the routing and approval process for documents created and maintained and coordinate with offices external to ISD for reviewing and updating policies and procedures.
    • Provide a course of action plan to address deficiencies in information security policy and procedure practices and conduct annual reviews 
      • Develop policies and procedures as directed by the client in relationship to Information Assurance.
      • Assist in the coordination efforts of the Agency’s reviews and responses to draft information security policies, procedures, processes, guides and audit documentation.
      • Collect and provide a coordinated response of all reviews prior to submission.
    • Participate in working groups  as directed. Provide meeting minutes for each attended working group, per meeting.
    • Assist with writing, editing and publishing IT system security and privacy planning policy, procedures, and technical system documentation such as backup and recovery, continuity of operations, policy, and memoranda rules of behavior to instruct users how to use the agency's environment. 
    • Assist with the development, and maintain a five-year Information Security Strategic Plan. In addition, maintain a summarized three-year plan in an executive summary format.
    • Assist the program manager, acquisition team and technical personnel with the development of documentation to support the acquisition of IT security services and equipment. Specifically support the collection of relevant information, writing, and editing of the necessary acquisition documents for submission to the program manager for review.
    • Support the creation and technical writing for white papers, position papers, decision memorandums, guides, communications, PowerPoint presentations to a variety of audiences including stakeholders, management and end users.
    • Provide support in the evolution of the ICAM environment governance structure and process.
    • Support the development of ICAM environment funding and operational policies and controls.
    • Identify opportunities for improvement in current credentialing and access management administrative and adjudication processes.
    • Provide recommendations for the governance structure and processes.
    • Analyze logical and physical access control log records and recommending changes to the ICAM environment and ICAM-related processes. 

    Required Qualifications

    • 5-15+ Years of experience of demonstrated experience in information technology and or security consulting. Minimum of three+ years of IT Security Audit experience which includes analyzing and documenting vulnerability assessments. 
    • Strong understanding of FISMA and FISMA compliance is required. 
    • Associates degree is required, Bachelor's Degree or higher is preferred.
    • At least one active certification such as Security+, CASP, GSEC, GSLC, CISSP, CEH, CISM, or CISA
    • Experience working in Federal information security programs.
    • Abreast on Federal cybersecurity initiatives, experience analyzing policy; and developing implementation plans, experience conducting gap analyses, and experience developing position papers.
    • Ability to contribute proactively and meaningfully in security working group with excellent problem solving skills and ability to work under pressure.
    • Strong Communication skills, verbal and written.
    • Active DHS/Secret clearance a plus but not required. 
    • This position requires a badge and or clearance that requires an extensive background/ credit check.

    About Us

    Founded in 2004, eGlobalTech (eGT) is a leading management and IT consulting firm in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Our focus is to provide the public sector with innovative solutions, leveraging cutting-edge tools and methodologies to meet the Government’s most pressing business needs. To achieve this objective, our core practice areas – strategy, IT solutions development, cyber security, and cloud computing – are integrated to provide clients with comprehensive end-to-end results. This integration enables our highly motivated teams to thrive in a culture that encourages out-of-the-box thinking, collaboration and an environment where you can excel. For more information, please visit our website at www.eglobaltech.com.

     

    Equal Employment Opportunity:

     

    eGlobalTech is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, status as a protected veteran, sexual orientation, gender identity, or status as a qualified individual with a disability. EEO is the Law.

     

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