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The SA performs analysis efforts once the initial annual BSA schedule is published by Joint Staff. Once candidate BSA sites are identified, the SA conducts extensive research and builds a library file for each site of both open source, unclassified information, primarily collected from the Internet and document searches, and classified information, primarily from SIPRNet (SECRET Internet Protocol Router Network) and JWICS (Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System) searches and site organization contacts.
After the post-assessment phase of the BSA, the SA specialist reviews the BSA out- briefing and report and analyzes the findings to support continuity of operations (COOP) studies, trend analyses, and lessons learned, and to assist in the development of executive- level briefings to senior military/government leadership on broader survivability issues.
The Systems Analyst shall:
– Perform the pre-assessment phase tasks of identifying the Combatant Command (CCMD)/Service/Agency MEFs and mission-essential tasks (METs), SMADS that the site performs and the task-critical assets (TCAs) that the site supports.
– Coordinate with other DTRA assessment teams to gather information from previous related assessments.
– Convey and brief information to the specific site BSA Team Chief and Technical Integrator (TC/TI) and the other specialists on the team prior to the onsite assessment phase.
– Accompany the TCs/TIs on the pre-assessment visit on especially complex/multiple-site BSAs.
– Analyze the findings to support continuity of operations (COOP) studies, trend analyses, and lessons learned, and to assist in the development of executive-level briefings to senior military/government leadership on broader survivability issues.
– Retain the BSA library materials regarding the sites for future reference.
– Coordinate with other DTRA assessment teams to share information from assessments as appropriate and as allowed by security/classification considerations.
– Examine each MET in detail to identify the TCAs necessary for mission accomplishment and to review any COOP requirements.
– Develop a complete understanding of the MEFs and TCAs that satisfy the requirements of the overall sites being assessed, in support of the entire BSA team.
– Develop a comprehensive understanding of the implications of vulnerabilities discovered by the other specialists, to the overall sites and to the national and military missions that they support.
– Demonstrate a working knowledge of every subject matter specialist (SMS) technical area in order to understand the issues/vulnerabilities, integrate the information from all SMSs, ask detailed questions of each SMS during team integration meetings and confidently present a detailed out brief.
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