Air Force Medical Readiness’ Agency ( AFMRA)
Location: Falls Church, Virginia
Fort Detrick, MD
Clearance level for position: SECRET
Contractor shall assist in requirements development and management services in support of SG3Q located at DHHQ, The Contractor shall provide management analysts to provide assistance with business and project planning to support deliberate planning process at the AFMS enterprise level and in support of AF/SG and seven (7) MAJCOM/SGs. The Contractor shall assist the Government with organizing, facilitating, and managing IPTs and HPTs, requirement document development and other related activities providing individual support to each of the following seven
(7) Programs of Records:
- AE – Aeromedical Evacuation
- AHS – Aircrew Health & Safety
- CPP – Cognitive & Physiological Performance
- EM – Expeditionary Medicine
- Mod CDEE – Medical Countermeasure Direct Energy Enterprise
- OHC – Optimization of Human Capital
- TEH – Total Exposure Health
Assist in leading the development of AFMS, MAJCOM/Functional CBAs and/or other analysis or studies through planning, coordinating and facilitating IPTs and HPTs. Organize and coordinate all aspects of an IPT and HPT and/or a CBAs. The IPT is a precursor to the HPT and is normally conducted via teleconference with the sponsor, usually MAJCOM/SG. The HPT
event adequately captures, articulates, and enables documentation of the sponsor’s capability gaps and aids in definition of the operational requirements. Document all facilitated sessions and record and track action items. Gather required information, prepare and coordinate
Review AFMS requirements and provide suggestions on alignment as appropriate with established Program Thrust Areas.
Provide the facilitation, research, analysis and documentation necessary to deliver the user requirements documents to government for approval. In performance of this task, collaborate with the functional sponsor and applicable government SMEs/offices. The Contractor shall adjudicate coordination with the sponsor and ensure the documentation is accurate and complete before submission
Gather required information to prepare, coordinate, and provide complete requirements documentation for approval.
Requirements documentation consists of: Research Development Document, Initial Capabilities Document, and the Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel, Facilities and Policy Change Recommendation.
Liaise with stakeholders and gather required information to ensure requirements projects are started and completed within specified timeframes. Prepare documents and/or presentations as required. Gather, review and provide SGROC briefings to the Chair and AFMRA leadership.
Review taskings, JCIDS requirement documents, and other official documents received for coordination via SIPRNET organizational email account.
Support document reviews process, ensure proper coordination with the stakeholders, usually SGROC voting members and functional experts. Collect and consolidate inputs.
Provide additional comments and submit the comment resolution matrix document to the government for review and final approval.
Develop, review, and edit documents and reports to include checking for correct format, spelling, grammar, capitalization, and punctuation. Prepare/submit documents in appropriate formats
Organize, electronically file, monitor all the requirements generation projects and report progress updates to the government upon request or during scheduled staff meetings.
Attend meetings, conferences and seminars that routinely include MAJCOM and installation participation to assist the Government in the formulation and development of AFMS capabilities-based planning in support of AFMS strategic goals, as well as aid in identification of AF and DoD medical requirements.
The requirements analyst assists the Government with organizing, facilitating, and managing IPTs/HPTs, staff meetings, SGROC, CDOG and other senior level meetings as required.
Use the JCIDS process to drive AFMS medical modernization, Joint Staff led initiatives, CBAs and future strategic planning to meet the national defense objectives.
Assist in establishing processes and procedures to improve requirements document development to maximize operational capability and support to the warfighter.
Research industry best practices and guidelines in deriving user requirements.
Document and manage all requirement documents on the government provided SharePoint site or other designated storage location.
Required technology experience:
- Proficient computer skills, including MS-Office and Share Point required.
- Bachelor’s degree in a business administration, business management, project management, information technology, healthcare management, logistics, acquisition, or STEM related field and five (5) years’ of work-related experience. Three (3) years’ experience in Medical
- Three (3) years’ of experience in business case analysis, project management, requirements generation or Acquisition Life Cycle Management.
- Manager Certification Training (RMCT) highly desired, if not already certified, required online training must be completed within 60 calendar days of in-processing.
Any information regarding the history of this role and client:
Familiarity with Joint Capability Integration System and/or DoD requirements generation process.
Excellent oral and written communication skills; experience briefing senior leaders and the ability to interface with all levels of personnel; experience writing technical documentation, operating instructions, policy memorandums, concept of operations and/or capabilities development documents
Ability to communicate effectively with senior government and non-government personnel.
Experience in developing analytical framework for analysis, and leading/facilitating teams or studies, IPTs, and HPTs.
Must have an active favorable Tier 3 National Agency Check with Local Check and Credit Check.