B3H Corporation

ANG ISR Planning, Programming, and Execution Specialist

US-MD-Andrews AFB
2 weeks ago
# of Openings
ANG ISR Technical Services


B3H Corporation is seeking qualified personnel with a wide range of operational and functional experience to support Air National Guard (ANG) Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) and Command and Control (C2) programs, missions, weapon systems and staff services.  Positions will provide specialized subject matter expertise to the ANG ISR and C2 staffs in the areas of budgetary planning, system architecture and functional management of ANG ISR and C2 asset integration into the active duty U.S. Air Force (USAF) architecture. The primary place of performance is at the Air National Guard Readiness Center (ANGRC) located at Joint Base Andrews, MD.  Other duty locations include: McConnell AFB, KS, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, TX, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA, Warner Robins, GA, Fort Meade, MD and the Pentagon in Arlington, VA.



Serve as the senior advisor on ANG ISR programming to the ANG ISR staff, with a focus on the Airborne ISR mission sets.


Timelines for the following tasks will vary, but contractor will meet timelines as required by the government:


Work with ANG ISR PEM staff to prepare, formulate, justify and present ANG ISR requirements for the AF POM and the MIP consideration. 


Work with ANG ISR staff on the development, interpretation and implementation of policies and procedures needed for effective planning, programming and budgeting of ANG ISR resources in conjunction with the budget cycle and the FYDP.


Provide technical expertise to the ANG ISR Division/Branch Chief on the AF POM in accordance with policies and guidelines in support of major AF missions and operational plans; and ensure operational ANG ISR requirements are met within fiscal constraints. 


Provide ANG and AF leadership the broadest range of ANG programming alternatives by balancing among mission areas and feasibility as it relates to known or anticipated Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) decisions; compatibility with AF strategy, policies, concepts, and objectives, and Congressional decisions. 


Draft detailed plans, goals, and objectives for the long-range implementation and administration of major mission and operational programs.


Conduct cost comparison-benefit analyses of current or projected programs and develop lifecycle cost analyses.


Analyze effects of high-level decisions on the overall PPBE process, recommend changes if necessary and prepare justification rationales to support those changes to the PPBE.


Evaluate the effectiveness of PPBE processes as it pertains to ANG airborne ISR missions.


Perform risk/benefit, dollar cost/economic analyses of various Courses of Action (COAs) that impact ANG ISR.


Assist the ANG ISR staff with presenting and defending ANG ISR recommendations, programming decisions and resources requirements to ANG, AF, State and DoD senior leaders and Congress via oral or written communications. 


Serve as the contact for issues involving ANG airborne ISR programming matters; work with NGB staff, HAF, MAJCOMS, Air Staff, other Services, and outside agencies; as needed to represent ANG ISR on working groups, steering groups, and at other meetings or conferences. 


Draft Congressional Justification Book (CJB) entries for ANG ISR programs and as directed by the government submit to HAF and/or USD(I).


Draft policy and as directed by the government issue guidance for ANG ISR’s ranking processes for all resource requirements included in AF POM. 


Draft reports, responses to queries, justifications, and background papers on the technical aspects of areas of expertise and assignment. 






Five (5) years of experience supporting missions  functions described by the requirements of the position


Demonstrated knowledge of the tactics, techniques and procedures required to accomplish position task requirements


Security Clearance:  Current Top Secret with SCI Eligibility



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