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Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The Office of Policy, Planning, and Resources for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs’ Research and Evaluation Unit (R/PPR/REU) is looking to add two Audience Research Analysts to their unit.
Category
Field Employee
ID
2024-2357
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Office of Global Educational Programs (ECA/A/S) has a requirement for a full-time position as a Senior Program Officer.  A Senior Program Officer in the Office of Global Educational Programs in the Bureau of   Educational and Cultural Affairs is required to perform a wide variety of duties necessary to oversee aspects of international exchange programming and to specially support activities within a global or topical portfolio. The Senior Program Officer is tasked with the promotion and implementation of international educational exchange programs. At the full performance levels, the Senior Program Officer plans, designs, administers, and evaluates international academic exchange programs that are tailored to meet and respond to unique political, foreign policy, and public diplomacy goals. The Senior Program Officer will provide support to top-level officials and domestic/foreign stakeholders through the preparation of briefing papers, memoranda, talking points, speeches and other documents on exchange activities and providing support to management; by remaining abreast of polices or developments with the potential to adversely impact exchange activities; developing and maintaining liaisons with all stakeholders to build effective relationships in support of the bureau’s strategic goal of promoting international understanding; establishing and monitoring program budgets and cooperative agreements according to DOS financial management standards; monitoring, evaluating, and reporting on relevant program activities and funding; and participating in workshops, orientations, and at meetings with government representatives, implementing partners, and the public. The Senior Program Officer will primarily support the Office of Global Educational Programs, with secondary responsibilities for a particular branch as assigned.
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Field Employee
ID
2024-2356
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
This is a non-personal services task order to provide Program and Grant Management Support Services that shall support Near Eastern Affairs Assistance Coordination Office. The Contractor shall provide all personnel, equipment, supplies, facilities, transportation, tools, materials, supervision, and other items and non-personal services necessary to perform Program and Grant Management Professional Support Services.
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Field Employee
ID
2024-2329
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
A Senior Program Officer is required to perform a wide variety of duties to ensure the successful implementation of academic exchange programs managed by the Study of the U.S. Branch. The Senior Program Officer position will serve in the Branch working primarily on the Study of the U.S. Institutes (SUSI).   The incumbent serves as a Senior Program Officer in the Study of the U.S. Branch (ECA/A/E/USS), Office of Academic Exchanges, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.  The Office consists of six regional Branches (Western Hemisphere, East Asia and Pacific, North Africa/Middle East, South and Central Asia, Africa, and Europe), and two functional Branches (U.S. Studies and Multi-Regional Programs).  The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) conducts academic exchange programs working with universities, colleges, schools, bi-national centers, Fulbright Commissions, government agencies, nongovernmental organizations, and the private sector to foster mutual understanding and international partnership.    The Study of the U.S. Branch is responsible for planning and overseeing a variety of academic exchange programs including the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders (YALI), Study of the U.S. Institutes (SUSI) for Student Leaders and Scholars, and the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI).  Both the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders and the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative were started under the leadership of then-President Obama and continue in their high-profile capacity today.  Each year, the YALI Mandela Washington Fellowship brings up to 700 to 1,000 young African leaders to the United States for six-week academic and leadership Institutes; the YSEALI Academic Fellowship brings up to 500 young leaders from Southeast Asia for five-week academic programs; and the SUSI program brings approximately 600 foreign undergraduate students and scholars from around the world for five-to-six week academic programs on themes related to U.S. studies. 
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Field Employee
ID
2024-2303
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The Office of Policy Planning and Resources in the Bureau of Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs (R/PPR) has a requirement for full-time support services from two (2) Office Management and Program Assistants. The Office Management and Program Assistants shall provide administrative support to R/PPR managers and staff, performing a variety of office management support duties, as well as directly support the work of R/PPR’s Executive team.
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Field Employee
ID
2024-2302
Job Locations US-OH-Wright-Patterson AFB
Provides network, communications, systems engineering and integration services necessary to implement and support new and upgraded networking services in a complex enterprise environment.
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Field Employee
ID
2024-2287
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
This is a non-personal services contract to provide Administrative, Analyst and Advisor Services that shall support the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs. The United States Government shall not exercise any supervision or control over contractor personnel, who are the service providers performing the services described herein. The contracted service providers shall be accountable solely to the Contractor who, in turn, is responsible to the Government. The incumbent’s primary duties are to provide clerical support to the Office Directors in the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs. The incumbent’s ability to perform adequately is based on a thorough knowledge of the responsibilities, the organizations of the office, and the nature of projects and their relation to the overall mission of the Department.
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Field Employee
ID
2024-2286
Job Locations US-VA-Bluemont
The Office of Emergency Management (A/OEM) is the Department of State organization responsible for fulfilling the Department’s responsibilities mandated by Presidential Policy Directive 40 (PPD-40), National Continuity Policy. The Department’s Continuity programs cover the full range of threats to national security that derive from natural disasters, military and terrorist attacks, technological emergencies, or other emergencies. The Diplomatic Continuity Programs Division (A/OEM/DCP), Office of Emergency Management is responsible for developing emergency and continuity plans and programs and an appropriate state of readiness that prepare the Secretary and the Department to respond to any national security emergency. The scope of this requirement encompasses obtaining Planning/Operations support, Facility Management, Facility Operations, and Administrative support for continuity planning services necessary for assistance in the design, development, implementation, deployment, operations, and maintenance for the Bureau’s continuity specific facility management and oversight, continuity policy preparations, continuity planning and operations, and executive administrative support. The services acquired will also include logistical program management and administrative support necessary for the preparation and update of systems and facility management documentation and related services. The tasks described below will be performed as a part of a development team including other contract and government personnel.
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Field Employee
ID
2023-2268
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
This is a non-personal services contract to provide Administrative, Analyst and Advisor Services that shall support the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs. The United States Government shall not exercise any supervision or control over contractor personnel, who are the service providers performing the services described herein. The contracted service providers shall be accountable solely to the Contractor who, in turn, is responsible to the Government.
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Field Employee
ID
2023-2247
Job Locations US-Washington DC
  The Workplace Strategist will work with organizations within the Department to assess their workplace, finding ways to improve utilization and spaces required for staff to execute their mission. A successful candidate in this position must be responsive, flexible, and able to succeed within an open and collaborative peer environment. The candidate for this position must be an excellent communicator, with an ability to guide stakeholders in defining scope and effectively using resources.  
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Field Employee
ID
2023-2213
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
The purpose of this task order is to provide professional service personnel to support the OIG Office of the Executive Director, IT Operations Directorate, through subject matter expertise with project management for large complex projects related to EX/IT’s mission-centric approach to IT operations focused on customer service, collaboration, and innovation.   OIG is seeking support from a contractor to assist the Government in providing project management and business analyst support services for the U.S. Department of State, Office of Inspector General (OIG). The objective is to support EX/IT and OIG program office mission needs by identifying business requirements, initiating, and managing projects, and supporting a comprehensive approach to IT across OIG. All work must conform to OIG’s enterprise policies and procedures, including but not limited to IT governance and management.
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Field Employee
ID
2023-2166
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
The Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations (OBO) directs the worldwide overseas building program for the U.S. Department of State. Working with other offices and bureaus, foreign affairs agencies, and Congress, OBO sets worldwide priorities for the design, construction, acquisition, maintenance, use, and sale of real properties and the use of sales proceeds. As the single real property manager for the U.S. government's diplomatic facilities overseas, OBO's portfolio spans 285 worldwide missions and over 80,000,000 square feet of functioning property. OBO's primary mission is to provide safe, secure, and functional facilities that represent the U.S. government to the host nation and support the Department's staff as they work to achieve U.S. foreign policy objectives abroad.   OBO is guided by the principles of Excellence in Diplomatic Facilities. Delivering excellence is a comprehensive process that seeks to utilize the best methods, technologies, and staff abilities. Each office, person, and action in OBO contributes to the realization of this goal. Through this program, OBO employs a collaborative and integrated approach that demands solutions that are creative, economical, and environmentally appropriate. OBO project teams are challenged to apply these principles, coordinate their efforts, and deliver built embassy complexes that represent the best in American architecture, design, engineering, technology, sustainability, art, culture, and construction execution.   This position is in the Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations, Program Development, Coordination, and Support Directorate, Office of Design and Engineering, Electrical Engineering Division (OBO/PDCS/DE/EE). DE serves as OBO's code officials and provides design, research, and technical assistance bureau-wide for all Department of State (DOS) facilities overseas. Within DE, EE is responsible for all aspects of electrical engineering design, telecommunications, and emanations security for our embassy facilities worldwide, new, and existing, including maintaining an up-to-date set of design criteria for this type of work. The Division's electrical engineers conduct surveys on existing facilities, provide troubleshooting, and on-site consultations for resolution to electrical engineering problems. EE covers power systems from point of connection to the local commercial power system to the on-site transformer substations, on-site standby power plants, exterior and interior power distribution, and lighting (area and security) systems. The Division prepares scopes of work and provides design review services for both post-initiated projects and in support of all OBO's capital and non-capital projects. Responsibility for telecommunications and emanations security - RF and acoustical shielding and cabling systems for classified and unclassified data and voice to monitoring, testing, and acceptance of the finished related systems. Electrical engineering systems include, but are not limited to, electrical power distribution systems (low and medium voltage), telecommunications cabling infrastructure, prime power generating plants, interior and exterior lighting, equipment and devices, radio frequency (RF), and acoustical shielding.
Category
Field Employee
ID
2023-2159
Job Locations US-Washington DC
Under this task order, the Contractor shall work directly with the DRL/MLGA office, U.S. Department of State (DOS) to support DRL/MLGA’s mission to coordinate and implement bureau policy on transnational repression, including reviewing Interpol Red Notices. This position will include monitoring unclassified and classified information sources, undertaking research, drafting documents, entering data into relevant unclassified and classified computer systems, drafting written communications, and advising, briefing, and otherwise supporting relevant interlocutors within the State Department, the U.S. government interagency, intergovernmental organizations and civil society organizations. The Contractor shall work on a team consisting of civil service, Foreign Service, and contractor personnel.
Category
Field Employee
ID
2023-2145
Job Locations US-Washington DC
The United States Department of State, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, Office of the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (PM-DDTC) is responsible for the regulation of defense trade through the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and its implementing regulations, the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). DDTC regulates temporary and permanent exports and the temporary import of defense articles, defense services, and technical data involving items on the United States Munitions List (USML). DDTC regulates the brokering of defense articles, defense services, and technical data. DDTC maintains the registration of manufacturers, exporters and brokers and issues export authorizations. DDTC administers the commodity jurisdiction process, a formal USG decision process to determine which specific items are controlled by the USML or by the Department of Commerce’s Export Administration Regulations. DDTC ensures compliance with the ITAR and AECA through its support of criminal enforcement actions undertaken by the Department of Justice, civil enforcement actions initiated in-house, disclosure program through which companies are encouraged to report violations they have discovered, and pre- and post-license checks to confirm that goods are being shipped as authorized by the export license.
Category
Field Employee
ID
2023-2144
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
NEA/AC is responsible for coordinating U.S. foreign assistance to the entire NEA region, totaling over $8 billion annually, including by providing policy direction and operating guidance to officials in Washington and at NEA posts responsible for the implementation of regional assistance programs; overseeing strategic planning, budgeting, and monitoring and evaluation for the Bureau; and providing grants management of foreign assistance awards for the NEA Bureau and, when needed, for overseas NEA posts.  NEA/AC also has responsibility for directing, managing, and implementing the Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI), the Near East Regional Democracy (NERD) program, and the bilateral assistance program in Iraq. 
Category
Field Employee
ID
2023-2129
Job Locations US-Washington DC
  The Office of Global Partnerships (GP) is seeking a set of dynamic professionals to provide administrative support to the office.  GP is the U.S. government leader in private sector engagement.  GP’s mission is to conduct private sector engagement and build and institutionalize public-private partnerships that advance the Department of State’s foreign policy goals.  GP is the entry point for collaboration between the U.S. Department of State, the public and private sectors, and civil society.  External private sector organizations include, but are not limited to the following: for-profit businesses, trade associations, private philanthropy, foundations, academic institutions, faith-based groups, and other non-governmental organizations. 
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Field Employee
ID
2023-2070
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The South and Central Asia Branch of the Office of Academic Exchange Programs (ECA/A/E/SCA), Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs has a requirement for a full-time position as a Senior Program Officer.    Senior Program Officer in the Office of Academic Exchange Programs in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA).  The Office consists of six regional Branches (Western Hemisphere, East Asia and Pacific, North Africa/Middle East, South and Central Asia, Africa, and Europe), and two functional Branches (U.S. Studies and Multi-Regional Programs).  Specifically, ECA/A/E/SCA is responsible for the Fulbright Program and other academic exchange programs in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.  This region is a strategic priority for the U.S. Department of State and remains at the forefront of U.S. foreign relations.  Incumbent performs a wide variety of duties necessary to proper academic exchange program implementation, management and monitoring, in coordination with Department of State (DOS) regional bureaus, other bureau offices, program agencies, and U.S. embassies (diplomatic posts).  He/she also provides support to higher level officials and other parties as may be required. 
Category
Field Employee
ID
2023-1959
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
Delaware Nation Industries (DNI) is currently looking for an experienced Configuration Manager to support the F35 Joint Program Office in Crystal City, VA.   Provide Change management subject matter expertise (SME) to support the F-35 Program. This individual will direct and perform logistics management operations that involve planning, coordinating, or evaluating logistical actions that support a specified mission. Additionally, apply configuration management (CM) processes including configuration identification, control, audit, and status; DOD configuration management policies, procedures, review cycles, instructions and standards; Engineering Change Proposal (ECP) evaluations on Air Vehicle Systems/ Software/ Hardware.   DNI contributes 100% to employee benefits offering BCBS PPO, vision, dental, matching 401K, short- and long-term disability, and life insurance.
Category
Field Employee
ID
2023-1920
Job Locations US-MD-Aberdeen Proving Ground
DNI Emerging Technologies is seeking a qualified Systems Engineer candidate to support the Army Systems Engineering and Program Management Services (Army SEPM).     The Program Executive Office, Command, Control and Communications Tactical (PEO C3T) is responsible for all facets of developing, fielding, and sustaining Command, Control, Communications, Cyber, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) Systems, and for the acquisition, development, and integration of secure tactical communications for the digitized battlefield.   This is a full time/permanent position with excellent benefits and outstanding compensation including full medical, dental, 401k, vacation, and holiday pay.
Category
Field Employee
ID
2023-1876
Job Locations US-MD-Aberdeen Proving Ground
DNI Emerging Technologies is seeking a qualified INFOSEC Engineer candidate to support the Army Systems Engineering and Program Management Services (Army SEPM).     The Program Executive Office, Command, Control and Communications Tactical (PEO C3T) is responsible for all facets of developing, fielding, and sustaining Command, Control, Communications, Cyber, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) Systems, and for the acquisition, development, and integration of secure tactical communications for the digitized battlefield.   This is a full time/permanent position with excellent benefits and outstanding compensation including full medical, dental, 401k, vacation, and holiday pay.
Category
Field Employee
ID
2023-1875