Job Description :

Engagement Length in Months:

For this contract staff will begin November 1, 2021, the selected individuals will be scheduled to work an average of 20-40 hours per week but no more than 2,244 hours total for this Task Order.

Where is the physical work office located?

Rockville, MD

Ability to travel to law enforcement agencies in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia.

Summary of duties:

Works closely with the NCR-LInX Project Manager and the NCIS LInX Program Management Office. The NCIS LInX Program Management Office responsibilities include: o provides overall oversight on the nationally deployed regional LInX systems, its architecture and system functionality, and the operating procedures, rules and regulations o accredits the system so that it is compliant with the federal security accreditation standards so that federal agencies can provide their information o manages operation of the existing system. o Manages the Configuration Control Board for changes and enhancement o provides guidance and advice on system operations to LInX Manager

Coordinates and attends the initial meeting between LInX integration contractor and the agency which includes demonstrations of the LInX system. • Coordinates member agency IT staff interface with the integration contractor. Obtains resolutions to any issues involving the member agency and integration contractor. • Assists NCR-LInX Project Manager in providing day-to-day management of the integration contractor(s)’ work to include, but not limited to: o Reviews agency data mapping documentation provided by contractor o Conducts detailed testing of the contractor’s work on behalf of the Government, to ensure system functionality and required data content. Obtains assistance from of each member agency as its data is being tested to ensure accuracy of the data mapping by the contractor. • Coordinates, organizes, and participates in providing user training for member agencies. Conducts training of member agency personnel to support NCR LInX deployment schedule. • Prepares and updates LInX training materials appropriate to the target audience. • Functions as an overall (super) systems administrator for the entire NCR-LInX regional project • Assists with grant applications in support of the Regional LInX system. Assists in preparing UASI and/or other grant applications to obtain funding for further expansion, integration, maintenance, etc. • Provides input to and assists in preparing Statement(s) of Work and/or Task Orders for existing and future contracts involving LInX including preparing single and multiple year budget estimates and spending plans. • Reviews and provides technical evaluation of contractor bids. • Assists in working with appropriate contracting authority to monitor contract expenditures, assess contractor performance, and provide formal approval of contractor invoices. • Participates in the monthly NCR LInX Governance Board meetings as needed. • Assists in the development and establishment of a periodic audit mechanism and reports to profile the usage of the LInX Regional system. • Works closely with the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG) on establishing a new local funding stream to replace UASI grants

Supports the NCR-LInX Strategic Funding Committee with detailed documents, charts, graphs, and other analysis to develop local funding protocols based on projected operational budget needs. • Designs and generates invoicing processes for local law enforcement agencies annual contributions to support continued operations of the NCR-LInX program. • Coordinates with over 200 law enforcement agencies regarding transition from UASI grant funding to local sustainment. • Plans and obtains approval for regional pawn system budget to include researching various options for hardware replacement / database housing NCR-LInX reserves the right to review and make final decisions as it pertains to staff and their replacement


QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted. Minimum of 5 years of project management experience including knowledge of software implementation (SDLC), project planning and scoping, project requirements, contract(s) negotiation, systems design, quality assurance, project implementation and coordination. Minimum of 5 years of experience assisting with work under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) funding including grant proposal writing/review, grant management, quarterly & annual reporting as well as grant closeout reporting. Experience with DHS audits, LInX and N-DEx audits, working with Montgomery County Police and Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security. Ability to work with various levels of law enforcement staff from department heads to technical staff. Law enforcement background and understanding of law enforcement systems including law enforcement training, record management and computer aided dispatch systems. Quality assurance testing experience, strong writing and organizational skills, advanced computer skills in Microsoft Access (including VBA), Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Project, Visio, and Outlook. Ability to travel to law enforcement agencies in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. Candidate must have or must pass a thorough law enforcement background check prior to employment


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