The General Support Analyst gathers, identifies and relates data to conduct analysis of management problems and requirements. Follows established modeling and evaluation processes to determine the effectiveness of current operational activities and to determine problem areas and develop solutions. Works with multiple data sources and information systems in support of assignments. Generates a variety of written, non-technical reports to management, indicating solutions or possible alternatives and probability of success. Reports may be recurring or ad hoc based on business needs.
The General Support Analyst shall provide general military intelligence analysis and organizational expertise dealing with threats to the U.S Army/DoD interests worldwide. Conduct all-source research and threat analysis of counterintelligence, counterterrorism, force protection, and information operations of foreign military forces and their operations, capabilities, activities, and trends to support all-source intelligence and threat production, particularly in the areas of threats to U.S. Army and DoD equities. Perform tasks such as record checks, data research and social networking analysis, and conduct biographical intelligence to aid investigations, support subject interviews, and case development. Analyze intelligence information to assess developments, trends, and threat implications through comprehensive knowledge of intelligence threat analysis to include forecasting and/or other analytical methodologies. The Contractor shall analyze terrorist and Foreign Intelligence Entity (FIE) threats to U.S. Army Forces, programs, and operations, and provide recommendations on techniques and innovative methods employed in threat analysis and protection. Ensure products fulfill DA, DoD, and national – level intelligence requirements. Produce technical analysis white papers and presentations in support of ongoing investigations to identify intelligence gaps and leads for investigations, produce analysis white papers and presentations from historical investigations.
Intelligence Analyst Certification (IAC®) preferred, but not required