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Interoperability Engineer


Washington, DC
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Diversified communities of interest (e.g., Intelligence, operations, Homeland Security, Federal, State, Law Enforcement Officers (LEO), etc.) operate on myriad networks. Some of these communities have sub interest groups that require yet another network for collaboration and information exchanges. Each network design is unique and follows the guidelines of the parent director. The parent director could be DoD, IC, Federal, State, Local, etc. Thus, the ever-changing encryption for accessibility to critical information residing on their networks. Consolidating the plethora of networks to enable cross organization collaboration, and cross domain security points (e.g., ISSI Guards) to enable information sharing and safeguarding is secured at a need to know level, with clearance authentication requires consistent and compatible ways of identity management (IdAM).

As Interoperability Engineer, you will apply deep domain knowledge of DHS, DoD and/or intelligence community (IC) for approaches to IdAM to enable cross domain analytics while safeguarding and securing data against diverse policies and regulations.

Responsibilities will include:

Providing advice on technical issues on machine-driven architecture that model:

  • modularizing the access attributes

  • maintaining the access attributes while transitioning networks via the cross-domain solution

  • user credentials being paired with appropriate access attributes within a multi fabric environment
Collaborating with other technical teams to identify and resolve technical issues concerning architecture and design architecture models

Facilitating technical approaches among diversified communities of interest.


5 plus years of experience with technical integration support such as:

  • Experience in cloud services such as AWS and Open Source products

  • Experience with TCRI (Tactical Cloud Reference Implementation) framework

  • Experience in an intelligence community environment, especially supporting information exchanges with data at multiple security classifications and sensitivity levels