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Planning Policy and Business Analyst 111-003


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IC-CAP LLC is a Woman Owned / HUBZone Small Business working in the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community.  We are always looking for highly talented, energetic, and dynamic professionals that are interested in protecting the defense of our nation.  

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Our positions are not remote unless stated in the job description below.

We are looking to fill this position at the following location(s):

    Springfield, VA

Job Description

Planning, Policy, and Business Analyst  - Level 3:

Overall Assignment Description

Advise and assists the NGC in executing its Community Geospatial-Intelligence Training Council (CGTC) duties as prescribed in DoDI 3305.10. Supports the government lead in scheduling/facilitating meetings to provide a forum for NSG and ASG GEOINT training collaboration in areas, such as: policy, standards, responsibilities, emerging GEOINT training requirements, and other related topics, as necessary. 

Required Skills and Experience:

The contractor shall :

  • Overall years of experience 7-10 years

  • Bachelor degree or equivalent experience within related field which cannot be substituted for work experience.

  • At least 24 months demonstrated experience formulating, developing, documenting, or implementing policy, plans, or processes.

  • At least 24 months demonstrated experience planning and leading an organization to meet objectives or short-suspense time schedules.

  • At least 24 months demonstrated assembling project information to include objectives/outcomes/deliverables; writing, revising, and editing drafts including executive summaries, conclusions, and organization credentials. 

  • At least 24 months demonstrated experience compiling and delivering decision briefs to  seniors and their staffs

  • At least 24 months demonstrated experience formulating, analyzing and resolving plans, policy, and business issues

  • At least 24 months demonstrated experience building and maintaining a project schedule using MS Project.

  • At least 5 years of demonstrated experience as a primary author of mission and vision statements, policy or requirements statements or documents, or operating concepts.

  • Ability to effectively communicate and convey topics both verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to work in a very dynamic and demanding work environment

  • Strong data management skills.

  • Ability to brief seniors and staff members to affect decisions.

  • Ability to work effectively under pressure.

  • Ability to work independently with minimal or no oversight.

  • Ability to formulate, analyze and resolve plans, policy, and business issues.

  • Ability to prepare and present complex information effectively.

  • Ability to lead studies and assessments.

  • Experience assisting the government in establishing goals and objectives.

  • Experiencing developing significant portions of mission and vision statements, policy, or requirements statements or documents.


  • Knowledge of DoD doctrine and other military GEOINT support

  • Knowledge of Joint/IC/Service GEOINT activities, GEOINT doctrine, and NSG and ASG membership

  • Knowledge of the DITEB

  • Knowledge of NSG and ASG partner/sharing agreements

  • Knowledge of NGC’s GEOINT Learning Program and GEOINT curriculum 

  • Knowledge of US Military Schoolhouse training programs

Duties include:

  • Conducting focused analysis and assessments (as required) at the direction of the NGC Leadership that support NGA strategies. Examples may include, but are not limited to: Targeting partnerships and relationships  with internal and external entities to advocate, promote, and/or further NGC’s corporate goals and equities. Developing and recommending long-term organizational strategies, interoperability strategies, and strategic policies. Developing and recommending visions and goals for the organization that contribute to NGA’s visions and goals. Identifying future requirements based on projected technology advances and NGA’s long-term objectives. Developing and recommending organizational performance metrics to measure and report progress against, NSG, ASG, NGA, HD, and NGC strategic intent and plans

  • Developing, facilitating, implementing, and documenting (in policy, if required), initiatives that support long-term NSG, ASG, and Community Geospatial-Intelligence Training Council (CGTC) strategies, interoperability, and strategic policies that may include: Baselining GEOINT training Mapping GEOINT competencies. Establishing, assessing, and mapping community GEOINT training standards. Developing and maintaining common GEOINT course catalog and GEOINT portal. Implementing standard and repeatable GEOINT Training Advisory Group (GTAG) requirements processes.

  • Supporting development and assessment of NGC Program and Annual Plan (as required): Developing, communicating, and implementing standardized organizational planning templates/plans (e.g., annual operating plan, project management plans, concepts of operation, standard operating procedures, plan of action)

  • Supporting discussions at internal and external meetings and participate in targeted issue or theme specific activities related to strategic initiatives, NGC strategic transformation activities, strategic communication, or representation. Examples might include: Participate in office-level leadership offsites to provide insights into ongoing NGC activities or issues (e.g., stakeholder engagement meetings, CGTC, ASG Training Working Group (ATWG)). Participate in DNI, USD(I), or NGA conferences or other related venues as directed. Coordinate and facilitate NGC meetings. Facilitate NGC leadership offsites. Meeting and coordinate with NSG and ASG training organizations to exchanges ideas, issues, and concepts

  • Supporting HDN with providing policy input and required reporting to ODNI, USD(I), Congress, Council on Occupational Education, and DITEB

  • Serving as HDN’s strategic and long-range planner and consultant responsible for developing HDN’s view of the future and recommends detailed strategic policy, plans, initiatives, and concepts related GEOINT training, internal relations, and selected other activities for the organization

  • Synchronize HDN corporate and business activities to develop measurable strategic timetables, goals, objectives, and milestones implementing instructions, local plans, policies, and programs

  • Reviewing USD(I), DoD, NGA, GEOCOM, HD, and other agency or external planning documents (i.e., NSG Strategy, ASC Campaign Plan, Defense Planning Guidance) and ensuring the organization’s strategic plan remains synchronized with current topics, future initiatives, and higher-level planning documents

  • Coordinating with customers, HDN Registrars and MTT Coordinator to support GEOINT training requirements and enrollments.

Security Clearance:

  • DoD Approved Clearance and Poly

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