SAIC was awarded the opportunity to provide services and associated tools needed to support USCYBERCOM to plan, coordinate, integrate, synchronize, and conduct activities to direct the operations and defense of specified Department of Defense Information Networks (DODIN) and, when directed, conduct full spectrum military Cyberspace Operations. This team will provide capabilities, knowledge, and expertise in the full range of technologies; Cyberspace Operations; joint operations planning, training, and exercises; and business areas needed to support USCYBERCOM’s operational mission.
SAIC has formed an outstanding team of both large and small businesses to support this program. The SAIC team is seeking talented professionals and incumbent personnel to staff this project in anticipation of the contract award. Positions require a minimum DoD Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmentalized Information (TS/SCI) with Counterintelligence Scope Polygraph (CSP). All of the positions are located on-site at Fort Meade, Maryland.
The SAIC team highly values the talented incumbents currently supporting USCYBERCOM, and we will handle all contact and inquiries with strict confidentiality. We are looking for the following experienced personnel:
- Cybersecurity/Modeling & Sim/Network Engineers
- Cyberspace/Network Analysts
- Cyberspace Operations Engineers
- Cyberspace Intelligence Analysts
- Cyberspace Targets Analysts
- Cyberspace Scientists
- Malware Analysts
- System Administrators/Engineers
- Intelligence Planners
- Joint Operational Planners
- Strategy/Policy/Doctrine Specialists
- Graphics Artists
- Legislative Affairs Specialists
- Public Affairs Specialists
- Records Management Specialists
- Technical Writers
- Web Developers
The USCYBERCOM is located at Fort George G. Meade, MD, and was established as a sub-unified command to US Strategic Command in June 2009. USCYBERCOM is charged with unifying existing cyberspace resources; centralizing command of cyberspace operations; improving the DoD’s capabilities to ensure resilient, reliable information; and supporting the Armed Services’ ability to conduct confidently high-tempo, effective operations, as well as to protect command and control and cyberspace infrastructure supporting weapon systems platforms. USCYBERCOM accomplishes this through three lines of effort: protect and defend U.S. cyberspace interests, project power in and through cyberspace, and partner with interagency and partner nations.
USCYBERCOM conducts and synchronizes activities to secure, operate, and defend the DODIN; attain freedom of action in cyberspace while denying the same to adversaries; and, when directed, conduct full-spectrum cyberspace operations in order to deter and defeat strategic threats to U.S. interests and infrastructure, ensure DoD mission assurance, and achieve Joint Force Commander objectives.