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Modeling & Simulation Technology Lead

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DECISIVE ANALYTICS Corporation
DECISIVE ANALYTICS Corporation is seeking a Modeling & Simulation Technology Lead to support a DoD customer in Alexandria, Virginia!
Serve as focal point for technical aspects of DoD M&S; interoperability and reuse initiatives:
Architectures
JLVC
Data management
Conceptual modeling
Composability technologies and techniques
Visibility: M&S; Catalog, milSuite
Lead/participate in efforts of subordinate M&S; COI WGs: Data, Cyber, Services, Architecture, VV&A;
Facilitate technical outreach to DoD M&S; Stakeholders, industry, academia, interagency, and international
Leverage existing capabilities
Horizon scan for emerging capabilities
Prepare AT&L; responses to M&S; technology-related Congressional requests for information
Liaison with:
DoD CIO to anticipate/influence IT/network infrastructure initiatives that impact DoD M&S;
M&S; Executive Agents (MSEAs) for environment, foreign forces/systems
Conduct research, analysis, and advocacy in support of DoD M&S; technical initiatives
Define technical issues to be addressed in studies
Minimum 15+ years of experience in the technical discipline of Modeling and Simulation
PHD required, in an engineering discipline
Demonstrated DoD/Industry leadership in the M&S; technical field desired
Must demonstrate experience in planning, briefing and coordinating senior-level technical reviews, panels, or similar meetings with diverse participates
Must have a DoD secret clearance and/or a top secret clearance, must be able to obtain top secret clearance SCI if needed
This position is contingent on award. Award anticipated July 2014
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability.
VEVRAA Federal Contractor
Date: 2014-05-23
Country: US
State: VA
City: Alexandria

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