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NGA Featured Job of the Week:
Editors edit, format and disseminate various geospatial intelligence reports according to established agency publication policies, the NGA Writers Guide and Style Manual for Geospatial Intelligence Production, and ODNI sourcing standards. They review products dealing with complex analytical intelligence issues and provide guidance to geospatial intelligence analysts and other editors regarding logic, clarity, comprehensiveness, relevance, and brevity. Click here to apply.
Content Managers provide customers with an easily discoverable and accessible presentation of NGA's analytic intelligence and services. They collaborate with internal and external content producers to identify, define, and apply data quality and retention requirements for GEOINT content, and ensure compliance by reviewing that content is current, accurate, appropriately tagged, service-enabled, and included in the overall data dictionary. Content Managers also facilitate interactions between customers and producers to ensure that online GEOINT content is timely, accurate, and relevant. Click here to apply.
Executive Resources at NGA include members of the Defense Intelligence Senior Executive Service (DISES) and Defense Intelligence Senior Level (DISL) employees. NGA DISES positions are managerial positions, allocated to NGA by the Department of Defense (DOD), which are classified above the Band 5/GS-15 level. DISES positions are characterized by emphasis on organization or program management responsibilities. DISES positions are the DOD Intelligence Community equivalent to SES positions. NGA DISL positions are technical or scientific positions, allocated to NGA by DOD, which are classified above the Band 5/GS-15 levels. DISL positions are characterized by emphasis on functional expertise and have no more than minimal supervisory responsibilities (less than 25 percent). DISLs are recognized leaders and authorities in a specialized field or functional area. DISL positions are the DOD Intelligence Community equivalent to SL positions.
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