Senior Lead Network Engineer/Analyst

in Columbia, SC

Job #:529959

Practice Area: Government

Date Posted: 09/16/2020

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STATEMENT OF WORK

Senior Lead Network Engineer/Analyst - TechOne

EOUSA Network Operations Center and TechOne Task

 

Brief Synopsis - This position is for a Senior Lead Network Engineer/Analyst to provide help desk support for the Executive Office of the U.S. Attorneys and System Managers at U.S. Attorneys’ Offices.                                                                                                                                

Background - The Executive Office for United States Attorneys' (EOUSA) is responsible for providing administrative, technical and operation support to all 94 United States Attorneys' offices (USAOs) located in over 240 geographically dispersed sites throughout the continental United States, Alaska, Guam, the Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.  The EOUSA Office Automation (OA), Telecommunications and Technology Development (TTD), and Case Management (CMS) and Information Systems Security (ISS) Staffs provide for the identification and analysis of the business needs/requirements to USAOs necessary for the design, development, and deployment of secure office automation, wide and local area networking, case management and other applications.  All four of these staffs must rely, however, on contractors to deliver many of the high level technical services needed to maintain the technology deployed in EOUSA and USAOs. 

                                                                                     

Scope of Work and Requirements -   The Lead Network Engineer candidate must be a subject matter expert in Windows Server administration and/or network administration and possess the ability and skillset to lead, train, coach and develop team members. In addition the candidate should possess the following:

 

Ability to multitask while working through issues on both phone calls and emails and possess in depth knowledge for troubleshooting hardware, software, printers, and network issues as well as Active Directory administration; Microsoft Windows 10; Microsoft Server 2012 R2, Server 2016 and Server 2019; Microsoft Exchange 2016; Microsoft Office 2016 including Outlook, Skype and Teams; Cisco switch management including CLI, Cisco Prime and Cisco DNA; System Center Service Manager (SCSM) ticketing software; System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2012 used for imaging and application installs; VMware and vSphere administration; Aruba Wireless controllers and Access Points; Panzura CloudFS 7.x and 8.x; knowledge of Linux kernel; experience in synchronization concepts as related specifically to data management; knowledge of multi-site storage methods and synchronization.

 

  • Excellent leadership, communication and documentation skills are required.

 

 

Key Personnel - The Contractor shall notify the Contracting Officer (CO) 14 days prior to making any changes in key personnel.  The Contractor must demonstrate that the qualifications of the prospective replacement personnel are equal to, or better than, the qualifications of the personnel being replaced by submitting resumes for approval by the COs authorized Government representative.  Approval shall be provided within 5 working days after notification.

 

Performance - The period of performance for this project is anticipated to last until 9/30/2019, with the possibility of extension. The contractor shall perform duties at 1600 Hampton Street, 3rd Floor Columbia, SC and any Office of the US Attorneys as required for OSSM support.  The contractor shall work a shift between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays and may be required to perform standby support.  The contractor will work in an office setting; some walking, standing, bending and carrying of small office items may be required.

 

Security Requirements - All personnel, including the support required by this initiative, must be United States Citizens, and must meet the DOJ Residency Requirement.  It is the responsibility of the Contractor to assure that proposed employees for each aspect of this task have met federal investigative standards and are suitable for employment and/or access to national security information.  Certification of requirements from either the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) or the Defense Industrial Security Clearance Office (DISCO) will be required.  The minimum investigation required is to be cleared for a BI and can be expected to hold up to a Top Secret clearance.  The minimum investigation required is to be cleared to hold Secret clearance.  A DD254 can be found at Attachment (7) of the basic order. Contractors shall agree to comply with the NISPOM.

 

EOUSA shall not initiate requests for appropriate investigations on behalf of the Contractor's employees unless EOUSA requirements mandate an upgrade of the contract employee's existing clearance after initial task award.  The Contractor shall provide a Contractor Security report meeting the minimum information requirements of Attachment (5) of the basic order on a real-time basis, updating as changes occur and delivering within three working days of any changes.


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