Program/Project Analyst

Priwils Inc. is looking for an experienced Program/Project Analyst to join our team. The potential candidate must have bachelor’s degree (BA/BS) from an accredited college or university, and  A minimum of 10 years' experience.  The candidate will  be providing Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) program management and support services including providing technical, operational, and day-to-day administrative support, which includes review and analysis of applicable statutes, regulations, and policies, oversight, review, and enhancements to a federal agency CUI Program If you are interested in this position, please send your cover letter and resume to:

Duties may include, but not limited to:

  • Conducts complex reviews and analysis of a federal agency Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) program, to include review and analysis of CUI categories and applicable statutes, regulations, and policies.

  • Evaluates and provides conclusions and recommendations to integrate or improve program/project objectives.

  • Identifies and develops methods, plans, and documentation to streamline operating procedures, reports, and systems to improve operations, achieve savings, and encourage long-range planning to ensure results.

  • Supports development of business plans, policies, procedural documentation, and other deliverables in support of executing decisions.

  • Assists with program analysis and review, devising performance measures, related processes, and systems. Facilitates process and productivity improvement, systems alignment, organizational assessments, and program audits and evaluations. Reviews and recommends quality control enhancements for all aspects of the CUI program.

  • Areas of expertise may include legal review, business process reengineering, performance management, statistical process control, individual and organizational assessment and evaluation, process modeling and simulation, strategic and business planning, change management, and organizational development.

  • Assists with the development and routine technical review and update of the CUI Self-Inspection maturity model, CUI Guidebook, Incident Management Plan.

  • Attends and lends CUI subject matter expertise in designated meetings and provide summaries, decision points, and take away actions for the NSF CUI program manager.

  • Provides program management presentations for CUI stakeholders and management officials.

  • Provides in-person CUI training and education.

  • Reviews, coordinates, develops, and analyzes all CUI program information and materials including:

  • Works with the federal agency education and training branch in the maintenance of CUI training on-line and in-person course materials.

  • Drafts CUI program communications to include correspondence, newsletters, briefings, reports, policies, and guidance products.

  • Assists with drafting CUI program communications including correspondence, newsletters, briefings, reports, policies, and guidance products.

  • Develops weekly reports summarizing CUI related tasks/activities/deliverables along with associated deadlines and progress status. Files reports in designated recordkeeping location.