Project Title: Solutions for Intelligence Analysis
Project Task: Counter Threat Finance Support
MOJA Planned, organized, and conducted intelligence assessments by researching, reviewing, interpreting, evaluating and integrating all-source data in the production of all-source intelligence. The focus was on threat-related finance facilities, persons and patterns worldwide through the review/analysis of articles, papers, studies, and briefings. Our analyst maintained continuous liaison with counterpart analysts and similarly focused leaders throughout the community along the USSTRATCOM lines of operation; space, cyber and nuclear. Prepared and presented all-source intelligence briefings to DOD and other government agencies; participated in expert system/modeling development on assigned groups.
Identified significant intelligence trends and proposed new or revised analytical efforts to alert leadership to developments and to meet customer requirements. Represented the organization in interagency forums, furnished information, defending agency positions, and coordinated studies and conclusions. Participated in, and where appropriate, led collective interagency processes and procedures resulting in interagency products.
Client: Marine Corps Intelligence Activity
Project Title: MCIA System Integration Support
Project Task: System Integration
MOJA supported the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA) with the challenge of integrating emerging information management technology enhancements into its production and dissemination processes. The ultimate goal of this effort was to better provide targeted intelligence information to support Operating Forces fighting the Global War on Terrorism. The over-all effort involved integration of the Distributed Collaborative Metadata Tagging (DCMT) system, which handles and disseminates MCIA-held content, with the Advanced Distributed Search (ADS) system that is targeted toward finding content owned and held in other agencies’ databases. Complete system integration involved enhancing functionality to the DCMT system to create and maintain local metadata tags that are linked to external products. The functionality changes to DCMT extended the capabilities of the Advanced Distributed Search system to search legacy content that has been tagged by DCMT. Integration of these two projects provides the most operationally relevant information to Operating Forces in a structure and format that meets mission needs.
Client: National Geospacial Intelligence Agency
Project Title: DSC 2
Project Task: Deployment Services
MOJA was awarded the DSC 2 contract to support the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), Office of Global Support (OGS).OGS has oversight and direction authority for Deployed Services Support worldwide.
MOJA supported the OSG in meeting its mission needs to provide deployable Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) expeditionary systems to the military, intelligence community and civil agencies. Our information technology analyst and intelligence analyst deploy to any location in the Continental United States (CONUS) or Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS). The OCONUS locations included theaters of operations in which the United States was engaged in conflicts such as Iraq and Afghanistan. These austere or limited infrastructure environments required management and knowledge of Status of Forces Agreements (SOFAs), visa requirements, work force policies, to include Technical Expert Status Accreditation (TESA), medical standards and other factors that must be met.
Expeditionary systems included mobile and portable systems and support of satellite telecommunication equipment. Technical support to these deployable systems included conducting site surveys, installation of IT and communication equipment, field operations, preventive and reactive maintenance, depot and logistic functions and geospatial analysis. The skill sets that were deployed by MOJA were IT system administrators, electronic technicians, network technicians and multi-sensor imagery and geospatial analyst.
While most of our support was pre-planned, we were required to maintain readiness to provide rapid response to crisis requirements both CONUS and OCONUS. MOJA ensured continuous support was sustained by developing contingency plans to account for personnel situations that might affect support such as emergencies, health related issues, training periods and authorized time off.
Client: National Security Agency
Project Title: Groundbreaker
Project Task: Groundbreaker Program
MOJA provides Information Technology service delivery to the National Security Agency (NSA). MOJA applies industry best practices to managing NSA systems with the objective of sustaining a stable operating environment to ensure maximum system availability. The support covers management of the NSA Service Centers and the design, development and maintenance of its applications and processes.
MOJA provides support in the areas of Information Assurance, Network Administration, System Administration, Web development, software development, Configuration Management, help desk support and new technology evaluation to include the creation of plans to integrate new and enhanced capabilities into the existing enterprise system.
The task order, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity contract allows the team to quickly, efficiently and effectively provide a full range of IT engineering and technical support services to meet intelligence mission requirements.
Client: General Dynamics
Project Title: Classified
Project Task: Certification and Accreditation
MOJA’s security professionals provided system security engineering to a National Intelligence Agency. Our Certified Information System Security Professionals (CISSP) have experience managing all phases of the C&A process with in-depth knowledge and experience implementing DCID 6/3, ICD 503, NIST 800 Series Special Publications (SP), and Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) Information Assurance policies and guidelines. They conduct risk management in accordance with the Risk Management Framework Guide, NIST SP 800-37 and Risk Management Guide for Information Processing, NIST SP 800-30. They develop enterprise security requirements, conduct vulnerability assessments and penetration test, perform risk analysis and develop mitigation solutions. Assessment and Accreditation (A&A) artifacts are developed that support the decision for Authority to Operation (ATO) approval. System Security Plans were developed and the operational environment monitored for compliance with the plan. Continuous monitoring procedures were established and executed to assess the enterprise security posture in near real-time. Continuous vulnerability findings are assessed and risk reports generated for management review.