Future Technologies Inc.

Security Specialist (Fort Washington MD)

US-MD-FT. Washington
1 month ago
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Security Specialist

Fort Washington, MD

Description of Duties:

  • Provide Personnel Security Program support
  • Support the Program Security Specialist (PSS) and Government Special Security Officer (SSO) for daily Special Access Program Facility (SAPF) and SCIF activities
  • Review Fixed Facility Checklist (FFC) for all government/contractor facilities requiring accreditation/modification and co-use agreements
  • Monitor and make recommendations concerning alarms, cameras and building access
  • Provide entry of cleared personnel into alarm panel and issuance of personal identification numbers (PINs)
  • Provide semi-annual IDS and guard force testing
  • Assist with day-to-day security requirements:
  1. Security training
  2. Security policy and procedures
  3. SCIF/Automated Information Systems (AIS) accreditations and/or modifications
  4. Staff assistance visits, inspections, badging and self inspections
  5. Update Security manuals
  6. Update Defense Department (DD) Form 254s
  7. Prepare Emergency Access Plans (EAPs),
  8. Couriering documentation, document control and accountability
  9. Requirements dealing with Public release of information
  • Assist with badges and parking permits
  • Prepare and pass outgoing collateral visits and SCI permanent (PERM) certifications.
  • Receive and enter into the database all incoming visits and PERM certifications
  • Receipt, control and account for all incoming/outgoing SCI packages/materials via courier (i.e., documents, slides, hardware and media)
  • Assist with incoming and outgoing SCI receipts, tracer actions, copying, and faxing
  • Escorting, semi-annual alarm testing, self-inspections, and data entry
  • Be familiar with security manuals, security SOPs and files maintenance in order to answer Security questions and inquiries

Mandatory TS/SCI


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