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Intelligence Community:

• Support and maintain critical intelligence and command and control systems and networks for U.S. defense and intelligence operations worldwide. Principal Systems Engineering and Senior Network Engineering team provides support to the Northeast Regional Service Center and all DIA classified, mission-critical, global Defense messaging networks. This includes hardware and software systems development, network design, configuration and monitoring, as well as, configuration and installation of routers, switches, servers, workstations and software at new network locations, world-wide.

• JWICS Network Engineering providing IP networking with Juniper and Cisco hardware, IP routing utilization and routing protocols; primarily OSPF, EIGRP and BGP, as well as, other protocols such as SNMP and H.323; design global enterprise networks, to include QOS implementation, ATM (OC-3, OC-12, etc), t-1, t-3, e-1; layer 2 technologies, specifically Marconi ATM switches and CISCO Ethernet switches; configure switch ports, and VLANS for Cisco, and ELAN's, PVC's, SPVC's on Marconi; encryption devices, specifically, Fastlane, Taclane and KIV-7; Voice over IP utilizing Cisco products, dialing plans utilizing Cisco call manager, and configuration of gatekeeper and gateway services on Cisco products.

• DJIOC Deployable Support Division, NIST Team Build Out. Research and identify the latest SATCOM technologies available to provide deployed network connectivity in harsh remote environments. Implement the technology by building out classified network access between the remote locations. Conduct all aspects of IA certification to fully comply with DOD regulations. Provide end user training and support to ongoing real world operations utilizing the new capability. Provide satellite system engineering design, configuration, installation, implementation, training, and ongoing maintenance and operational support in remote locations. Professional Support Services including concept studies and analysis, strategic and preliminary planning, requirements definition and analysis, the evaluation of alternative technical approaches, modeling and simulation, enterprise architecture design, cost/cost-performance trade-off analysis, feasibility analysis, regulatory compliance support, system engineering, independent verification and validation, and Information Assurance certification and accreditation.

• Deployable Global Network Engineering team provides deployable Senior Systems Engineer team lead, supporting three classified, mission-critical, global networks. Direct team of globally deployed system engineers and technicians on the comprehensive installation of remote site networks. Remote installations includes hardware and software configuration, to include trip administration. Including but not limited to installation, configuration and certification of fiber; installation of encryption, routers, switches, hubs, servers, workstations and software at remote site network locations, worldwide. Trip administration includes, inventories, checklist, installation reports, trouble tickets, and verify/updating site schematics. When not deployed train junior team members on fiber termination, system configuration, server, workstation, router and switch software builds. Provide telephone support to deployed installation teams with resolution of high-level technical issues.

• Senior Systems Engineers, and lead Principal Systems Engineer provide support to the Humint Network Operations Center (HOCNET) and Enhanced Classified Network (ECN) for 24/7 classified, mission-critical, global Defense messaging networks, including hardware and software systems development, configuration, and administration, including dissemination of intelligence reports, as well as, configuration and installation of fiber, routers, hubs, servers, workstations and software at new network locations, world-wide.

• Principal Systems Engineering support to Hard Target Research and Analysis Center (HTRAC) Northeast Regional Service Center and the UFAC/HTRAC configuring and installing servers and workstations on classified network, troubleshooting network performance, integrating software applications, performing accreditation testing, maintaining user accounts and permissions, maintaining DHCP, Active Directory, DFS and DNS services, maintaining ftp services, and writing system administration scripts on Windows, Solaris and Trusted Solaris classified networks, and SQL Server.

• Web Portal Development supporting IC Public Relations and Attache’s. Pproposed, designed, developed and implemented new unclassified public web site and secure portal on Apache server, using new web and security technologies.

• Provided software development, web-based training development and integration, classroom training, Oracle RDBMS maintenance, and Windows systems administration.

• Systems engineering and administration support to the HUMINT Management System program. Operating systems included Solaris 2.6 and Solaris 8. Employed security processes and tools including the Solaris Basic Security Module (BSM) and the "Titan" host-based security tool to enhance security auditing capabilities and operating system hardening. Enhanced host-level and mail transport security by employing TCP wrapper and Sendmail wrapper programs on mail server.

Department of Defense:

• Exploit technology and intelligence to develop, deliver, and provide life-cycle support for explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) information, procedures, tools, and equipment to meet the needs of Joint Service EOD operating forces and other customers worldwide. Much of the required technical, engineering, and management expertise provided under the contract is highly specialized and unique to military organizations and the EOD community.

• Custom software applications development, such as the Convoy Planning Tool (CPT), to aid the EOD war fighter using Microsoft .NET technologies, Oracle 8i / 9i, MS SQL Server 2000, XML Web Services, IIS, HTML, JAVA, and JavaScript.

• Develop and maintain a data warehouse in Oracle 9i / 10g that is updated hourly from the IED reporting tool which contains a worldwide EOD incident repository used by the Navy's EOD Technology Division as well as by external Horizontal Fusion organizations and other DoD entities.

• Develop and update Explosive Ordnance Division (EOD) Tactical Calculator to determine safe time and distances when disposing of explosive ordnance or dealing with possible detonation of ordnance.

• Develop and maintain the Navy EOD Technology Division's business financial system using ASP.NET and XML Web Services for monitoring personnel, time charged, funding, budgeting, forecasting, and financial data analysis, using Oracle 8i / 9i as the backend database; working towards a financial data warehouse for all Navy EOD Technology Division personnel to track trends in spending, customers, hours, and projects that can be extended to export from or import data to other NAVSEA commands. This system is taking several disjointed applications written in different environments and forming them into one common tool that shares data, diminishes data errors, and forces access control on all data elements in a centralized manner.

• JBI Engineers developed a JAVA-based EOD portal solution to enable registered EOD community personnel access to the EOD publication system and Improvised Explosive Device (IED) reporting tools under one seamless application architecture.

• Automated the publication system for EOD war fighters used for describing the characteristics, uses, and safe practices of dealing with ordnance.

• JBI Network Engineers and Help Desk support staff provide 24/7 Network Operations Center Systems Administration for classified and unclassified, mission-critical, global defense information networks, including hardware and software systems development, configuration, and administration, installation of fiber, routers, hubs, servers, workstations and software to enable the EOD community around the world to access the software developed by the on-site software development team, as well as support the EOD Technology Divisions mission of using technology and its information resources to create useful tools and enable better decisions using the information systems available.

• JBI provided network engineering and software development in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) with full-time personnel in-country in support of the Combined Exploitation Cell (CEXC) group that is now under the Navy EOD Technology Division control. This included computer server maintenance, desktop and laptop maintenance, documentation of the four computer networks the CEXC group was using and consolidating them into three solid networks. Implemented backup procedures and other safeguards to allow continued computer network usage in very poor conditions. Further developed the CEXC group application used by all personnel to gather information on IED and other incidents in-country use for reports posted on the classified CEXC web server.

• Working with government personnel on-site and off-site, Information Assurance personnel, software developers and system administrators to apply network security, network security and application security according to Security Technical Implementation Guidelines (STIGs) to obtain DITSCAP accreditation for the Joint EOD Network (JEODNET) through DISA. This involves all parts of the IT team from various companies and organizations to work together in tightening network security and documenting all aspects of hardware, software, and policies.

• JBI staff work with the Information Systems Division (ISD) to create a common software architecture to include base application objects and components that all applications will use and build upon, to include database connections, access control, search engines, preferences, common look-and-feel, and data encryption. These objects are designed by senior development members in teams, and then documented and trained to other development staff. This has helped speed time-to-market of applications needed by the Navy EOD Technology Division during its recent expansion and growth and will continue to provide more rapid application development as we use these “building blocks” for all Navy EOD Technology Division applications.

• JBI Engineers, Developers and Database experts worked with the Information Systems Division (ISD) to create common policies, procedures and documentation in regards to all software development on or off base in support of the Navy EOD Technology Division software applications. This includes outlining how a software project will start, steps in documentation, path of development to production of software as well as maintenance of the applications. These procedures fall in line with a CMMI level 2 software production group.

• Provide Test and Evaluation of the COMPOSE system used by the Navy Ship-based and Submarine network systems. Build computer workstations, servers, and networks according to documented steps, check the documented steps for quality assurance, note changes, and work with the development team to fix problems and ambiguities.


• JBI certified training specialists are developing Computer Based Training (CBT) modules to provide in-field training to the warfighter in the use of strategic planning tools.

• JBI instructional designers developed and integrated web-based training programs, and provided classroom training support to the HUMINT Management Systems. In partnership with General Dynamics, JBI produced the first JWICS instructional video.

• JBI provides training in state-of-the-art performance management processes. Transfer strategic management expertise to employees from across the Agency.

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