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    Cryptanalyst

    Cryptanalysis is a core technical discipline within the Intelligence Community (IC). Cryptology involves deciphering coded messages without prior knowledge of the encryption method. "Code breakers", as they are known by laypersons, utilize mathematics, computer programming, engineering, and language skills as well as new technologies and creativity to solve tomorrow's problems today. Skills and Knowledge Required Cryptanalysts typically possess knowledge of geography, ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Featured Career: Federal Airport Screeners

    Featured Career: Federal Airport Screeners
    Everyone knows that US airports have changed since September 11, 2001. If you've traveled by air lately, you've experienced standing in line, having your luggage screened and maybe even being searched yourself. If you're interested and qualified, you could take the walk to the other side of the queue and earn part-time or full-time money as an airport screener. Evolving Needs ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Federal Intelligence Careers: Collection

    Individuals working in Intelligence Collection have very unique careers indeed. They work with intelligence analysts to determine the vital information needed to produce finished intelligence. There are six basic intelligence sources or collection disciplines (i.e., SIGINT, IMINT, MASINT, HUMINT, OSINT, and Geospatial Intelligence). Intelligence Collection personnel use technical and human resources to obtain that information. The important issues are diverse and ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rated: +13
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    Information Technology Specialist (Security)

    These Information Technology Specialists work on the cutting edge of information technology security. In this occupation you may supervise, lead or perform duties that pertain to planning, developing, implementing, and maintaining programs, polices, and procedures to protect the integrity and confidentiality of systems, networks, and data. Agency Office of the Secretary of the Navy Salary Range $28,862 - $152,670 (salary depends ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Department of State: Federal Jobs Overview

    Department of State: Federal Jobs Overview
    The State Department creates a more secure, democratic and prosperous world for the benefit of the American people and the international community. Conducts the nation’s foreign affairs and diplomatic initiatives; oversees the Nation’s embassies and consulates; issues passports; monitors U.S. interests abroad; and represents the U.S. before international organizations. A key component of this mission is the U.S. Foreign Service which ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Department of the Army: Federal Jobs Overview

    Department of the Army: Federal Jobs Overview
    The U.S. Army's mission is to provide necessary forces and capabilities to the Combatant Commanders in support of the National Security and Defense Strategies. The Army recruits, organizes, trains, and equips Soldiers who, as vital members of their units and the Joint Team, conduct prompt, sustained combat and stability operations on land. It is also charged with providing logistics and support ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Department of the Air Force: Federal Jobs Overview

    The mission of the United States Air Force is to deliver sovereign options for the defense of the United States of America and its global interests - to fly and fight in Air, Space, and Cyberspace. To achieve that mission, the Air Force has a vision of Global Vigilance, Reach and Power. That vision orbits around three core competencies: Developing Airmen, ...
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    Department of the Navy: Federal Jobs Overview

    The U.S. Navy's primary mission is to protect the United States by the effective prosecution of war at sea. This mission, which involves the Department of the Navy's Marine Corps component, includes the seizure or defense of advanced naval bases, the support of all military departments of the United States, and the maintenance of freedom of the seas. The navy is ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rate This
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    Army Installation Management Agency

    IMCOM provides and manages installations that enable soldier and family readiness, and provide a quality of life that matches the quality of service they provide the nation. Number of Employees 35,013 Career Fields * Security and Protection * Legal and Claims Examining * Information Technology * Investigation and Inspection Related Links Do you want to learn more about careers with the ...
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    Counterterrorism Analyst

    Counterterrorism Analysts perform and lead the performance of all-source analysis of terrorist groups' activities and actions against U.S. (specifically DoD) interests. They assess developments related to terrorism worldwide, and support U.S. policymakers by monitoring and assessing the leadership, motivations, plans, and intentions of foreign terrorist groups and their state and nonstate sponsors. In addition, Counterterrorism Analysts provide current and longer-term intelligence ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Department of the Army

    Department of the Army
    The U.S. Army's mission is to provide necessary forces and capabilities to the Combatant Commanders in support of the National Security and Defense Strategies. The Army recruits, organizes, trains, and equips Soldiers who, as vital members of their units and the Joint Team, conduct prompt, sustained combat and stability operations on land. It is also charged with providing logistics and support ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    The mission of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is to "pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research". More specifically, NASA represents four principle organizations, referred to as mission directorates: ● Aeronautics: pioneers and proves new flight technologies that improve our ability to explore and which have practical applications on Earth. ● Exploration Systems: creates new ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Aeronautical Analyst

    Aeronautical Analysts collect, analyze, and evaluate aeronautical data from worldwide data and imagery sources. They convert that data into digital and graphic formats for use in supporting all phases of flight operations. Individuals use their knowledge of all phases of flight including planning, en route, and terminal. In addition, Aeronautical Analysts use computer systems and specialized software to maintain specialized databases ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Intelligence Research/Operations Specialist

    In this occupation you may supervise, lead or perform a variety of duties concerned with the collection, analysis, evaluation, interpretation, and dissemination of information. This information covers the political, economic, social, cultural, physical, geographic, scientific, or military trends or conditions in foreign or domestic areas that affect national security. You may also conduct briefings for policy and decision-makers or debrief returning ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Federal Intelligence Careers: Analysis

    Analysts, also known as Intelligence Analysts or Intelligence Officers, manage and produce intelligence on regional, transnational, scientific and technical, missile, and medical topics. Key functions include conducting research and gathering information, identifying intelligence gaps, interpreting and evaluating information from multiple (and sometimes contradictory) sources, monitoring trends and events related to a particular country or issue, and preparing written and oral assessments ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Bathymetrist

    Bathymetrists analyze, evaluate, and correct raw bathymetric (depth) data. They populate and maintain this data in multi-agency databases for use across the Intelligence Community. Skills and Knowledge Required Bathymetrists typically possess knowledge of bathymetry, trigonometry, and photo interpretation techniques. General skill areas include geospatial data integration, geospatial information processing, geospatial source analysis, research and information gathering, and data and statistical analysis. ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Aeronautical Imagery/Feature Analyst

    Aeronautical Imagery/Feature Analysts support national security objectives and DoD aeronautical information products. This requires them to extract and evaluate aeronautical and geospatial information from a variety of imagery or other data sources. In addition, they validate information by comparing imagery and collateral sources to maintain the databases of aeronautical, intelligence, vertical obstruction, and chart feature data. These important functions support the ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Counterintelligence Analyst

    Counterintelligence Analysts identify, monitor, and analyze the efforts of foreign intelligence entities against U.S. persons, activities, and interests. Their efforts support U.S. policymakers and provide tactical analysis and advice for clandestine operations by producing strategic analysis. They also produce a range of current and longer-term intelligence products, and brief key U.S. policymakers. Skills and Knowledge Required Counterintelligence Analysts typically possess knowledge ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Federal Intelligence Careers: Information Technology

    If you are looking for challenging and diverse work opportunities that make a real contribution to the security of our nation, look no further. Information Technology never looked so good! In addition to the diversity of available work assignments, professionals in this career may work with some of the most advanced computer systems in the world, including Microsoft, Sun, Intel, Dell, ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Cartographer (Intelligence)

    Cartographers collect, generate, and analyze imagery intelligence and geospatial information. Some of their most important responsibilities include geospatial data manipulation, conversion, and transfer; geospatial product development; imagery manipulation; mathematical and geodetic analysis, testing, and evaluation; and database and software design. Throughout their careers, Cartographers may use their expertise in several different disciplines including cartography, geology, earth sciences, astronomy, geodesy, navigation, photogrammetry, ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rated: +2
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