11 hours

CJIS Policy Advisor SME

Washington, DC 20004

CJIS Policy Advisor SME

Provides the Department of Justice (DOJ) with expert level Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) and other crime information systems advisement to and collaboration with key stakeholders within the business, information technology, information security, policy, and training realms.

The CJIS Policy Advisor SME will oversee, coordinates, and evaluate CJIS and other national crime information system related training program activities to meet government mission requirements. The successful candidate will be able to facilitate business and technology integration efforts when policy, technology, and system governance overlap. Providing the customer with project and program management services associated with CJIS Policy Advisory related efforts will be required as well.


Requires 10 to 12 years related work experience with a BS/BA or 8 to 10 years with a MS/MA or 5 to 7 years with PhD.
Requires direct experience working within CJIS or other criminal justice information systems as well as with criminal justice information sharing platforms.
Experience serving as a liaison between Law Enforcement mission functions and user agencies at various levels of government across government departments.
Ability to conduct CJIS or other national crime information system training.
Experience at CJIS Systems Agency (state or federal) or as a Law Enforcement Agency employee responsible for CJIS and other national crime information system use and management.
Comprehensive knowledge of state and federal laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to the collection, storage, and dissemination of criminal history record information preferably direct service on related boards, subcommittees, or task forces.
Comprehensive knowledge of FBI CJIS, NCIC, and NLETS rules and regulations.
Knowledge of the CJIS audit program and procedures, preferably having direct experience performing CJIS program area audits on a large scale.

Active Public Trust is required but TS is a plus.

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Posted: 2020-01-23 Expires: 2020-02-21

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