Online resumes of several persons with PRISM and other spy skills

 

By Cryptome.

 

1. Imagery Analyst/Collection Manager

SAIC
September 2001 – May 2006 (4 years 9 months)Key West, Florida

Imagery Collection Manager
Joint Interagency Task Force East
March 2003 – April 2005 (2 years 2 months)

Responsible for the collection of all imagery related intelligence requirements. Evaluated, edited, and drafted national and theater-level requirements for validation and approval via requirements tools, including PRISM and GIMS (RMS).

Accomplishments include:

Facilitated all imagery tasking, collection, and dissemination for all counter-drug and high priority targets.

Managed and coordinated all national system tasking requirements within the JIATFS AOR.

Principal PRISM Collection Manager for all JIATFS tactical ISR requirements.

Assisted in the development & utilization of emerging AGI collection strategies.

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2. Summary

13 years of all-encompassing experience in Naval Intelligence established the foundation for continued service in the Intelligence Community (IC) as a Geospatial-Intelligence (GEOINT) Source Management Analyst (SMA). Extensive experience includes: 1) the development and prioritization of NTM and airborne collection strategies via Geospatial Information Management System (GIMS), Requirements Management System (RMS) and Planning Tool for Resource Integration, Synchronization and Management (PRISM), 2) detailed knowledge and management of complex intelligence systems and architecture, 3) All-Source analysis of multiple political-military topics of national interest, 4) leadership of multiple Intelligence Watch Teams and working groups, and 5) briefing leadership at the strategic, operational and tactical levels. Repeatedly lauded for superior performance, management skills and mentorship of junior personnel; thrives in high stress/tempo environments. ACTIVE TS/SCI clearance, in addition to the following strengths:

Technical Proficiency
Communication Skills
Resource Management
Adaptability
Analytical Expertise
Program Management

Specialties:Extensive Intelligence Community (IC) experience, to include end-to-end expertise in GEOINT-related disciplines, collection management/resource allocation, All-Source analysis, and Intelligence Systems management.

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3. Trains collection management teams on the utilization of theater assets and capabilities, provides training for: PRISM, Flight Enterprise, NITB, BVI, CRATE, and the theater collection management process and procedures.

Serves as the forward deployed contract Site Lead for all theater Project ACCRUE Collection Managers; managing contractor placement/assignment in theater

Identify issues and develop courses of action, coordinate with DIA, IJC, and CENTCOM leadership regarding all Project ACCRUE issues.

COMPUTER SKILLS

Microsoft Office applications (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel), Marine Link, Google Earth, PRISM; Falcon View, RMS, GIMS, CRATE, NITB, Flight Control, WARP, UNICORN

SECURITY CLEARANCE

Active Top Secret/SCI – DOD Counterintelligence Polygraph

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4. Experienced Collection Manager and DOD Instructor

20 years combined experience as an Source Strategies Analyst (SSA), Imagery Analyst (IA), Requirements Management Systems (RMS) Instructor, and Geospatial Intelligence Requirements Management Systems (GRMS) Instructor in the Intelligence Community (IC) in both the civilian and military sectors. Seeking employment as a collection manager, team lead, or instructor in the intelligence community.

Collection Manager and ISSR

McClendon LLC
November 2006 to November 2011

• Support the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency Innovision Directorate as a Tasking, Retrieval, Acquisition, Dissemination, and Exploitation (TRADE) Subject Matter Expert (SME). Support to Research and Development concepts, algorithms, Airborne Operations. Tasking and Disseminating time coincidental data over chosen targets sets.

• Research, review, develop, and monitor source collection strategies to meet intelligence community analyst’s needs. This requires extensive research in intelligence systems, such as the Requirements Management System (RMS), PMAA, and PRISM, and also coordination with other intelligence agency organizations and DOD joint commands.

• Train customers on the most effective ways to obtain Imagery for their intelligence issues.

• Train Jr. Collection Managers in proper procedures and collection tools.

• Assist other requirements managers in developing and writing requirements.

• Monitor and review established requirements to determine customer satisfaction.

• Provide tip-off information to all source analyst’s in Commands and at NGA regarding items of interest.

• Works daily with and respects all government, military and contractor personnel of varying authority, experience and ethnic background.

• ISSR for all the Innovision Directorate.

NGA Source Strategies Analyst
Booz Allen and Hamilton
August 2004 to November 2006

• Support the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency Source Directorate as a Source Strategies Analyst.

• Research, review, develop, and monitor source collection strategies to meet intelligence community analyst’s needs. This requires extensive research in intelligence systems, such as the Requirements Management System (RMS), PMAA, and PRISM, and also coordination with other intelligence agency organizations and DOD joint commands.

• Train customers on the most effective ways to obtain Imagery for their intelligence issues.

• Assist other requirements managers in developing and writing requirements.

• Monitor and review established requirements to determine customer satisfaction.

• Provide tip-off information to all source analyst’s in Commands and at NGA regarding items of interest.

• Works daily with and respects all government, military and contractor personnel of varying authority, experience and ethnic background.

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5. Professional Training/Development

• Pinnacle 3 Learning, Project Manager Professional (PMP) exam preparation course.

• Joint Reserve Intelligence Program Information Management (JRIP-IM) System Administrator certification course.

• Underground Facilities Analysis Center (UFAC) collection management and strategies seminar.

• Geo-spatial Information Management Services (GIMS) and Source Strategies Analyst (SSA) certification courses.

• Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR), Commercial Remote Sensors (CRS), Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), Airborne Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) / Full Motion Video (FMV) Imagery, Spectral Imagery (SI), Tripwire Analytic Capability (TAC) and Pathfinder/Text Retrieval Analysis and Exploitation (TRAX) basic courses.

• Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Basic Officer Leadership Course (BOLC)/Leadership Development Assessment Course (LDAC) “Warrior Forge” Fort Lewis, WA. 10th Infantry Regiment, Bravo Company, 4th Platoon. July 2005

• ROTC Cadet Internship, Action Officer for U.S Army Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Command, 701st Military Police Group (MPG), Computer Crime Investigative Unit (CCIU), Fort Belvoir, VA. August 2005

Databases, Tools and Applications Proficiencies

• Microsoft Office (Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint), SharePoint and Google Earth.

• Collection Requirements Analysis Tool for the Enterprise (CRATE).

• Planning Tool for Resource, Integration, Synchronization, and Management (PRISM).

• Open Source Collection Acquisition Requirements Management System (OSCARMS).

• Collection Requirements, Evaluations, and Tasking Enterprise Management System (CREATEMS)

• Requirements Integration for Global HUMINT Tasking Management System (RIGHTMS).

• HUMINT Multi-domain Administrative Graphical Interface for Cross Domain Intelligence Release (MAGIC).

• HUMINT Online Tasking and Reporting (HOTR) and Info-sphere Management System (ISM).

• National SIGINT Requirements Process (NSRP)/National Customer Interface (NCI).

• National MASINT Requirements System (NMRS).

• Transitional Overhead Persistent Infrared Requirements System (TORS).

• Geo-spatial Information Management Services (GIMS) and Geographic Information System (GIS).

• Modernized Integrated Database (MIDB)/National Production Workshop (NPW), GEMINI, Web Fish Tools (WFT), National Exploitation System (NES), Web based Access Retrieval Portal (WARP), Web based Infrared Data for Ops and War-fighters (WIDOW), and Web Battle-space Visualization Initiative (Web-BVI).

• Web Intelligence Search Engine (WISE), Tripwire Analytic Capability (TAC), Multimedia Message Manager (M3), Pathfinder/Text Retrieval Analysis and Exploitation (TRAX), Web enabled Temporal Analysis System (WebTAS), Analyst Notebook, Harmony, Intelink, MASINT Portal, Library of National Intelligence (LNI), Falcon-View and Community On-Line Intelligence System for End Users and Managers (COLISEUM).

 


Current job offering:

CLEARANCE REQUIREMENT: Active Top Secret Level Clearance with SCI Access

RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsible for planning, preparation, coordination, validation, and submission of multi INT (HUMINT, SIGINT, OSINT, MASINT, GEOINT) standing, ad-hoc, and time sensitive collection requirements

Ensuring requirements are tasked to the appropriate collection platform

Managing all collection requirements, periodically reviewing databases for expiring requirements

Developing all-source collection strategies to address intelligence gaps

Creating collection postures and assessing collection efficiency

Conducting source citation analysis, outreaching to IC partners to improve collection, and representing DCA-3 in working groups involving collection requirement management and collection support issues

REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor’s degree w/15 years of Collection Requirements Management experience, or as an Intelligence Analyst working in a Collection-related position supporting requirements management, such as a Collection Coordinator, or, 20 years of experience as an intelligence analyst

Credentialed subject matter expert or recognized specialist in relevant field of Collection Management

Experience working in the intelligence field with an understanding of the IC and the DoD organizational structure

Experience in collection management methods, processes, techniques, principles, and practices in one of the following intelligence disciplines: HUMINT, MASINT, GEOINT, SIGINT, OSINT

Demonstrated knowledge on capabilities of various collection platforms/systems

Familiarity with one or more the following collection management databases: Planning Tool for Resource Integration, Synchronization and Management (PRISM); Open Source Collection Acquisition Requirement Management System (OSCAR-MS); Requirements Integration for Global HUMINT; Tasking Management System (RIGHT-MS); Multi-domain Administrative Graphical Interface for Cross Domain Intelligence Release (MAGIC); HUMINT Online Tasking and Reporting (HOT-R); Info-sphere Management System (ISM); National SIGINT Requirements Process (NSRP); National Customer Interface (NCI) Client; National MASINT Requirements System (NMRS); Transitional Overhead Persistent Infrared Requirements System (TORS); GEOINT Information Management Services (GIMS)

Strong communication skills (oral and written)

Must have a Current U.S. Passport or be able to procure one prior to assignment

Current Top Secret Level Clearance with SCI Access

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2. Position Description:

ITT Corporation is a top-10 US Defense contractor and global technology company with a heritage of innovation. Our near 40,000 employees partner with military, government, and commercial customers to deliver extraordinary solutions for more livable environments, protection and safety, and connecting our world. We offer career opportunities on technologically advanced programs, top tier benefits, and competitive compensation.

ITT Information Systems, division of ITT Defense, is seeking a Junior Imagery/GEOINT Collection Manager for ongoing work supporting our Intelligence Community business in Springfield, VA (home office in Alexandria, VA).

This position provides on-site support as an Imagery/GEOINT Collection Manager. Support, plan, and prioritize requirements from on-staff analysts and transform them into nominations. Create, submit, and monitor standing and ad hoc requests for NTM and commercial imagery taskings. Review historical trends to determine the impact of system outages or changes and provide technical expertise to assist with planning for these events and the implementation of new collection systems and tools. Investigate sources of archived data sets to support scientific analysis. Organize collection data sets from R&D field collections and transfer them to NGA archives. Support the contract activities as a data transfer agent.

Experience Requirements:

Position requires a Bachelor”s Degree in a technical field, military intelligence training and 0 – 2+ yrs scientific and technical intelligence analysis experience. Additional related military intelligence training and experience will be considered in lieu of a degree.

Required Experience:

” Knowledge of the imagery TCPED process and imagery requirements life-cycle

” Experience with collection management tools, including GIMS or RMS, Web Fishtools, or PRISM

” Experience in collection requirements management, collection strategies, and the end to end systems of the IMINT cycle

” Knowledge of DoD collection requirements at the national level

” Experience with C4ISR collection management, processes and methods

” Ability to provide analysis using mapping tools; experience with ArcGIS, MapInfo, Google Earth, or other COTS software

” Experience with Microsoft Office; including data analysis in Excel and creating visual aids and presentations in PowerPoint

” Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills

Desired Experience:

” Experience with IESS and NES exploitation systems

” Experience in NTM, airborne and commercial imagery collection and requirements process

” Knowledge of the current NTM constellation and relevant performance issues

Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation for access to classified information and must possess an active TSSBI.

 


Geospatial Intelligence Basic Doctrine 1-0

Section B. GEOINT SUPPORT SYSTEMS

NGA, through its acquisition authorities, provides NSG customers with GEOINT information technology capabilities (hardware and software) in direct support of intelligence and operational missions. NGA programs resources for and provides GEOINT generation and management capabilities in partnership with the Military Departments, DoD, and civil agencies. NGA is responsible for installation, testing, integration, and life-cycle support for NSG systems and capabilities developed through NGA programs. NSG members also program resources to develop hardware and software capabilities to exploit data and information and to produce GEOINT on a case-by-case basis.3 To ensure interoperability, Service and Agency procurements must meet NSG standards established by the FM/NSG, in coordination with the community.

NSG capabilities provide support for accomplishing the following functions:

Requirements management

• Requirements Management System (RMS) The primary resource used to manage and request imagery collection, exploitation, and production/distribution assets within the National and DoD environments.

• Production Management Alternative Architecture (PMAA) Provides an integrated geospatial requirements and production management system.

• Transitional ONIR Requirements System (TORS) The system used to manage and task ONIR collection, exploitation, and production/distribution assets within the National and DOD environments. (RMS cannot be used to task ONIR.)

• Planning Tool for Resource Integration, Synchronization and Management (PRISM) A web-based application that provides users, at the theater level and below, with the ability to conduct Integrated Collection Management (ICM). Integrates all intelligence discipline assets with all theater requirements.

Exploitation/production management

• Imagery Exploitation Support System (IESS) DoD-standard system that provides near-real-time support for imagery exploitation, requirements, and dissemination management at 40 locations.

• National Exploitation System (NES) Imagery exploitation management and reporting system.

GEOSPATIAL INTELLIGENCE (GEOINT) BASIC DOCTRINE

Exploitation workstations and tool sets

• Integrated Exploitation Capability (IEC) An NGA capability that procures, delivers, and integrates NSG softcopy imagery exploitation and information production capabilities within the GEOINT community.

• Commercial Analyst Workstation (CAWS) A commercial system that integrates intelligence applications for use at the analyst workstation/desktop level.

• Remote Replication System (RRS) A suite of commercial hardware and software that provides timely crisis and operational support by providing low volume reproduction of standard or specialized products from hardcopy and/or digital data.

Access, Dissemination, and Archiving

• Information Dissemination Services- Direct Delivery (IDS-D) NSG program that disseminates time-dominant/time-critical and near-real time data to operational users worldwide. Also sends National Technical Means (NTM) data directly to the NIL for long-term storage.

• Broadcast-Request Imagery Technology Environment (BRITE) NSG program that disseminates critical NGA GEOINT data via Military Satellite (MILSAT)/Secret Internet Protocol Routed Network (SIPRNET) to communications-limited tactical users worldwide.

• Web-based Access and Retrieval Portal (WARP) NSG program that provides discovery, access and dissemination of NTM, commercial, airborne, geospatial intelligence products from the NGA Gateway, and a variety of specially tailored products to registered operational users worldwide over Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS), SIPRNET and the internet.

• NSG Warfighter Imagery Library (NWIL) Image library at the Joint Warfare Analysis Center (JWAC) that provides increased availability of NTM to warfighters.

• Image Product Libraries (IPL) Scaleable, deployable libraries below Command Information Libraries in complexity and capacity.

• Command Information Libraries (CIL) Intermediate image library between the NIL and IPL; at command and agency locations.

• National Information Library (NIL) Central repository of national, tactical, and commercial imagery, imagery products, geospatial information, video and metadata.

• Unclassified National Imagery Library (UNIL) Archive and dissemination of commercial imagery. Will eventually replace the Commercial Satellite Imagery Library (CSIL) as the hub for this activity.

• MC&G Information Library (MCGIL) Mapping, Charting, and Geodesy Information Library.

• Commercial Remote Sensing (CRS) Ground Receiving/Processing Stations Facilities (e.g., Eagle Vision) that generate actionable GEOINT from CRS data. These stations enhance the operational utility of CRS data to operational commanders.

Finally, it is important to mention the Distributed Common Ground/Surface System (DCGS) which is a family of systems designed to provide airborne system-derived, multi-intelligence discipline, ISR task, post, process and use capabilities at the theater and tactical levels. This support is accomplished through a combination of reachback, forward support, and collaboration. DoD and Service architectures are integrated components of this net-centric joint force intelligence processing and dissemination system.

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