Federal - Collection Data Manager
Organization: Accenture Federal Services
Location: Columbia, MD
Accenture Federal Services, bringing together commercial innovation with the latest technology to unleash the potential for our federal clients. Operating in the nation's Capital, we stay ahead of what’s coming next. Drawing from the power of Accenture, we deliver integrated, mobile and interactive experiences that exceed our people’s expectations. Join us where ideas are freely exchanged, and concepts evolve into practical solutions.
As a Collection Data Manager, you will perform collection management functions, using available government tools and procedures to execute end-to-end data flow management for various sources of SIGINT collection. You will manage and organize different sources of worldwide collection - providing useful metrics to help drive customer collection and requirements decisions; ensure the efficiency, relevance and awareness of worldwide accesses by identifying trends, new capabilities, and accesses that can impact the customer’s (current and future) requirements for collection and processing capabilities in their respective AOR; collaborate with collection architecture developers to sustain users’ access to global communications.
Here's What You Need:
- Degree (in any field) and minimum years of relevant work experience as follows:
- H.S. diploma/GED +6-15 years experience
- AA +4-13 years experience
- BS +2-11 years experience
- MS +1-9 years experience
- US Citizenship required.
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