GCIO is seeking a well-qualified Task Manager for the Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) division of the Department of Justice. Serves as the Task Manager for a large, complex task order (or a group of task orders affecting the same common/standard/migration system) and shall assist the Program Manager in working with the Government CO, the contract-level COR, the Government Task Manager, government management personnel and customer agency representatives.
Responsible for assembling the task team, assigning individual responsibilities, identifying appropriate resources needed, and developing the schedule to ensure the timely completion of the tasks milestones and final acceptance. Must be familiar with the systems scope and project objectives, as well as the role and function of each team member, in order to effectively coordinate the activities of the team.
Monitors each assigned task, implements and assures adherence to task level quality and methodology standards, and keeps the Program Manager abreast of all problems and accomplishments.
Anticipates problems and works to mitigate the anticipated problems. As a task leader, provides technical direction for the complete task effort. Reviews and evaluates work of subordinate staff and prepares performance reports. May serve as a technical authority for a particular task area.
As a staff specialist or consultant, resolves unique and unyielding systems problems using new technology. Can complete tasks within estimated time frames and budget constraints. Interacts with client management personnel. Prepares activity and progress reports regarding all assigned tasks. Reports in writing and orally to company and client representatives.
The primary responsibility of the Task Manager is to support the objectives and mission of the COPS Office Cybersecurity Assessment and Networking Management, through oversight of support services that will enhance and expand the ability of the COPS Office to securely build custom software applications in current and potential Virtual Machine and Cloud-hosted environments using secure coding. The Task Manager provide oversight for Cybersecurity activites to include: effective planning, administration, and document penetration testing of built and managed applications while rapidly addressing potential vulnerabilities. The Task Manager must also manage mitigations to protect COPS Office applications and networks. This scope may include: multiple cybersecurity tasks to design, develop, acquire, deliver, transition, integrate, configure, test, validate, monitor, document, support, enhance, refresh, and upgrade COPS Office applications as well as networking needs with infrastructure and hosting providers. In compliance with the COPS Office business needs and federal mandates, the work will include support for analysis/verification and monitoring of service performance. The Task Manager shall provide oversight for comprehensive expert cybersecurity and networking support to the CIO by:
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