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Counterintelligence Officer

United states, Springfield
2 months ago
Full Time
US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
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Duties Summary JOB DESCRIPTION: Counterintelligence (CI) Officers detect, analyze, and mitigate foreign intelligence and terrorist threats affecting NGA personnel, technologies, infrastructure, and/or capabilities. They conduct CI inquiries; support investigations; research and analyze data; provide CI training and awareness; and conduct briefings and debriefings. They also monitor security incidents; coordinate damage assessmen Responsibilities ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Lead a combined team of g...Read more

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