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CGI Federal is looking for a Business Analyst with a TS/SCI clearance.
The candidate will be a Momentum BA with momentum experience. We are the trusted advisor of the client, helping to oversee the activities undertaken by the system integrator, and provide our comments or suggestions on how best to leverage the Momentum product suite. The role is therefore best suited to candidates whose career path is to one day become a SME, rather that someone who wants to be a team lead, manager etc.
Your future duties and responsibilities
•Advise and assist with strategic planning, policy and business analysis;
•Develop government and vision statements;
•Perform trade studies and assess tradeoffs between functionality and security risk management;
•Develop process improvement recommendations and facilitate quality improvement efforts;
•Translate operational requirements and mission needs into technical terminology and specifications;
•Formulate internal and/or external policy;
•Provide assessment and recommendations of new policy or changes.
•Develop, apply, and validate operational metrics and performance risk assessments.
•Advise on the planning, design, reconfiguration, maintenance, and alteration of equipment, buildings, and facilities dedicated to the geospatial intelligence enterprise.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role
Top Secret clearance with SCI. Polygraph preferred.
Planning Policy and Business Analysis Level 2 requires a minimum of a Bachelor's degree
What you can expect from us
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