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Air Force Office of Special Investigator (AFOSI) Analyst

Credence Management Solutions, LLC | Washington MA 01223 USA | Part Time | Posted: 08/20/2019

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Credence Management Solutions, LLC (Credence) is seeking an Air Force Office of Special Investigator (AFOSI) Analyst to support Air Force Office of Special Investigations at Washington D.C.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Support AFOSI investigators to develop profile data and trend analyses and identifies trends or indicators of illegal or improper activity from background material and evidence using sources of information from evidence, public or subpoenaed records, and intelligence available from or produced by local, federal, state and foreign law enforcement agencies, and databases such as Lexis/Nexis and the National Crime Information Center (NCIC).
  • Assemble, collate, and analyze separate bits of information from a variety of known and unknown sources, gathered under known and unknown conditions, and assesses the validity and reliability of the information based upon known factors.
  • Review and analyze data collected by AFOSI personnel for information having potential value to      
  • DoD counterintelligence efforts.
  • Prepare reports and statistical analyses, link analysis, event flow analysis and activity charting.
  • Research multiple DoD/AF, commercial, legal, federal law enforcement, and intelligence community information systems for relevant data pertaining to AFOSI investigations and operations. Database include but not limited to Electronic Data Access (EDA), Government-Industry Data Exchange Program (GIDEP), Joint Deficiency Reporting System (JDRS), System for Award Management (SAM) Dun and Bradstreet, Lexus/Nexus and others.
  • Support gathering of information; exploits, interprets, and projects existing data to fill gaps in information, requests the collection of data to fill gaps in knowledge, and reviews and evaluates finished intelligence products.
  • Analyze data and estimate the characteristics of a specific situation may be and predicts its effects on future events. Judgments are often based on less than full and sometimes barely adequate information due to the lack of available information at the time the judgment is required.
  • Produce finished intelligence products, including written reports, presentations, and oral briefings, concerning criminal intelligence relating to matters within the investigative jurisdiction of the AFOSI.
  • Support the dissemination of finished intelligence products and raw data to various AFOSI field elements, the AFOSI ICON, DoD/AF offices, and agencies outside of DoD/AF.
  • Methods of dissemination include telephonic contact, e-mail, memorandum, AFOSI Investigative and Operational Analysis Reports, Desk Notes, Criminal Intelligence Bulletins and associated graphs, link analysis charts, timelines, and tables.
  • Ensures analysis and responses to inquiries are disseminated in a timely fashion and routinely coordinate associated criminal intelligence information with DoD/AF and applicable local, state and/or national level law enforcement agencies.
  • Represent AFOSI at various intelligence meetings and participates in operational and investigative planning meetings and could serve on criminal intelligence working groups that have regional, national or international representation.
  • Prepare and present briefings to AFOSI, DoD, AF, and state/national-level agencies and is responsible for remaining abreast of national and regional law enforcement issues and applicable laws that have an impact on AFOSI investigative activities.
  • Support the production of documents for use in various judicial proceedings and may be required to provide testimony in such proceedings concerning work products.
  • Supports decision-making processes regarding investigative and administrative matters by acting as a liaison between field elements, the AFOSI ICON and program personnel.
  • Coordinate and/or processes requests for FinCEN data and maintains an up to date understanding of the available FinCEN databases.
  • Provide support by establishing and maintaining a current series of professional contacts with DoD, AFOSI and regional agencies related to law enforcement issues. o Interaction with these contacts includes exchanging information and cooperating on matters of mutual interest.
  • Advise higher level officials and groups working on the capabilities and activities of criminal entities and/or enterprises with information gained from personal experience, research and collaboration with other criminal intelligence specialists.  

Job Requirementstop

  • Security clearance: Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) and must be able to acquire and retain a Top Secret clearance with Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access. Candidate must sign a non-disclosure agreement.
  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree and 3 years of experience required.
  • Must be available to perform work at offsite locations, including but not limited to the AFOSI Investigations, Collections, and Operations Nexus (ICON), located Quantico, VA. Duty locations are Andrews Air Force Base, MD, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, Los Angeles AFB, CA. Performs other related duties as assigned.
  • Candidate shall have knowledge of:
    • Federal laws and regulations relevant to the work being performed
    • Entities, operations, activities, products, or items subject to the laws and regulations
    • Techniques and methods to locate, sort, and evaluate information.

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Location Washington, MA, 01223, United States
Categories Intelligence

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