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Associate Logistics Analyst - Sustaining Engineering, Depot, Maintenance Planning

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Job ID: 2010929
Location: COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, United States
Date Posted: Jul 6, 2020
Category: Logistics
Subcategory: Logistics
Schedule: Full-time
Shift: Day Job
Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time
Minimum Clearance Required: Secret
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: Secret
Potential for Teleworking: No

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Job Description


Join SAIC's team that supports the Operations, Maintenance, and Sustainment (OM&S) of North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) Cheyenne Mountain Complex (NCMC) – Integrated Tactical Warning/Attack Assessment (NCMC-ITW/AA) And Space Support Contract II (NISSC II).  This position is contingent upon award of contract.


The NISSC II effort establishes requirements for OM&S that support classified communications and processing for Command and Control (C2) capability in organizational work centers at Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station (CMAFS), Peterson Air Force Base (PAFB), Colorado.  The NISSC II OM&S TO also establish requirements for operations and maintenance support for the CMAFS Information Systems Infrastructure.   


The objective of Logistics Sustaining Engineering activities is to identify, evaluate, prioritize, and initiate actions to reduce the risk of mission impacts due to material shortages, obsolescence, end of life, end of service, reliability and maintainability trends, and/or operational usage profiles for NISSC II covered systems.

  • Perform Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) analysis for the NISSC II covered systems and their subcomponents.
  • Develop and implement an Obsolescence and DMSMS Management program, consistent with the guidance in SD-22, for managing the loss, or impending loss, of trusted manufacturers or suppliers of parts and/or material required for availability of the NISSC II covered systems.
  • Provide and maintain Government accessible, interactive logistics assessment capability for obsolescence, end of life, and DMSMS management activities that accurately tracks all current equipment to include firmware, software, maintenance agreements, warranties, support agreements, licenses, spares, and obsolescence management data. 
  • Maintain End of Life (EOL) and End of Support (EOS) information in the Supportability Analysis Report (SAR) for all hardware and software components.
  • Track and analyze supportability and obsolescence issues for Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) hardware, firmware, software, maintenance agreements, warranties, support agreements, and licenses.
  • Track and analyze supportability and obsolescence issues for non-standard parts and/or material that are OEM specific or cannot be found in standard part catalogs.
  • Participate in Government-Industry Data Exchange Program (GIDEP) and perform the Detailed Requirements IAW paragraphs 5.1 and 5.2 of the GIDEP Requirements Guide. All other paragraphs in the GIDEP Requirements Guide are provided as guidance.
  • Submit a NISSC II covered systems baseline Bill of Material (BOM) or indentured parts list to GIDEP for screening at least quarterly.
  • Identify potential high priority bad actors (those items projected to adversely affect system performance) and provide obsolescence management resolution options, priorities, estimated costs, and recommended actions.
  • Deliver a quarterly Supportability Analysis Report (SAR) covering DMSMS, supportability, obsolescence, sustainability and supply support analysis and recommendations for resolution of issues. [AC03 Supportability Analysis Report (SAR)]
  • Present supportability analyses results and recommendations to the GPO for coordination as part of the ILSWG.
  • Acquire hardware, firmware, software, maintenance agreements, warranties, support agreements, and licenses as coordinated with the ILSWG to mitigate or resolve DMSMS, supportability, obsolescence, and sustainability issues.
  • Document Logistics Sustaining Engineering identified issues as Maintenance Requirements and support Maintenance Requirement Processing to define prioritized, actionable corrective or preventive actions for resolution of those issues. 
  • Support resolution of Logistics Sustaining Engineering identified Maintenance Requirements by the Sustainment Maintenance and Modification Services. 


  • Secret clearance required

  • Proven ability to operate, learn or understand Air Force Equipment Control and Inventory operations.

  • Able to determine and develop an approach to solutions within established guidance.

  • Bachelors and three (3) years or more of related experience; Masters and one year of related experience


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