TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING AND SECURITY SUPPORT (TIPSS) Solicitation ID/Procurement Identifier: 75FCMC20C0022 Ultimate Completion Date: Sat May 25 17:00:00 GMT 2024
Common Access Card (CAC) and other internal Government processes and training are required for employees to access Government facilities and computer systems. Travel frequency and duration varies widely based on position.
• The contractor will oversee annual training and exercise development; focusing planning, and support test center execution. In support of training and exercise the contractor will develop force protection lessons plan, charts, posters, banners, guides and aids to assist test centers with site planning training and exercise execution.
Conduct assessment to ensure supply chain risk management is supported from a risk based approach. Provide support for securely onboarding and off-boarding personnel. REQUIRED CAPABILITIES: The DCSA Enterprise promotes, maintains, and delivers services in safeguarding the organization’s information assets and security posture.
The F-35 JPO requires security support to be provided to the Directorates, Functional and Integrated Product Teams which reside within the F-35 JPO and consist of - but not limited to - Systems Engineering, Contracting, Security, Legal, Business Financial Management, Logistics, Information Technology, Program Management, International, Development, Production, Sustainment, Program Control, Air Vehicle, Mission Systems, Propulsion, Autonomous Logistics
The contractor shall provide multi-disciplinary security support, including aspects of information security, personnel security, operations security, industrial security, physical security, communications security and anti-terrorism/force protection duties, while also being responsive and flexible to dynamic security situations as defined in this Performance Work Statement (PWS) and applicable regulations except for those items specified as Government
The program security support disciplines consist of Program Management, General Security Support, Information Security Support, Industrial Security Support, Physical Security Support, Personnel Security Support, Counter-Intelligence Support, Special Security Studies, Foreign Disclosure Support, Program Protection Cybersecurity/Security Control Assessment Services and Program Protection Engineering Services.
Working within the Risk Management Framework (RMF) construct, the services fall into two major categories: (1) Cybersecurity Improvement Initiatives, and (2) Cybersecurity Support Tasks. This document describes the work to be performed, work locations, qualification requirements, deliverables, documentation standards, performance schedules, and applicable special requirements.
The Japan F-35 Technology Security Support Team is responsible for providing multi-disciplined security guidance and mentorship to include assisting the Japanese Ministry of Defense (JMOD), the Acquisition Technology & Logistics Agency (ATLA), the Air Staff Office (ASO), and Japanese Industries (hereinafter collectively referred to as the JMOD F-35 Security Program Participants) to develop and manage F-35 physical security, industrial security, personnel