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    Federal Intelligence Careers: Engineering and Science

    This Career encompasses a wide variety of work assignments including S&T intelligence research and development, analysis, collections, and/or operations. Analysts solve complex intelligence problems in such areas as foreign weapons development, weapons proliferation, information warfare, and emerging technology. Specific activities might include modeling foreign weapons systems; recommending collection requirements; representing an intelligence agency on working groups; conducting scientific research, compiling and ...
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    Collections Requirement Manager

    Collection Requirements Managers are involved in a range of activities including developing plans and strategies for collection and inter- and intra-agency coordination of collection requirements. They act as a liaison and provide representation on requirements to agency and Intelligence Community collection activities, working groups, and resource allocation boards. In addition, Collection Requirements Managers analyze and interpret collection statistics to identify and ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: -1
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    Office of the Secretary of the Navy

    The Secretary of the Navy is the head of the Department of the Navy. Appointed by the president of the United States, the secretary serves under the direction, authority, and control of the cabinet-level secretary of defense. The secretary is responsible for the policies and control of the navy, including its organization, administration, functioning, and efficiency. Next in succession for the ...
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    Cartographic Technician (Intelligence)

    Cartographic Technicians research, extract, attribute, symbolize, and format geospatial information. In addition, they verify the quality, accuracy, and currency of this information. Skills and Knowledge Required Cartographic Technicians typically possess knowledge of cartographic drafting techniques, color separation procedures, digitizing techniques, and feature extraction techniques. General skill areas include hardcopy and softcopy geospatial product editing, scanning/digitizing, geospatial data manipulation, and imagery manipulation. ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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