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The USCYBERCOM Capabilities Development Group (CDG) was formed in February 2016 to coordinate, integrate and prioritize capability development for the Command in order to rapidly deliver joint cyber capabilities for full-spectrum cyberspace operations. The CDG translates operational needs into requirements, identifies and mitigates capability gaps, and develops plans and actions to address them.
The Noblis Contractors provide expert knowledge, consulting services, and support to CDG in developing key foundational documentation instrumental to the standup and matuation of the organizaiton. The Contractor works with CDG leadership and other partners interal as well as external to USCYBERCOM to understand existing DoD cybersecurity strategies, policies, capability development processes and procedures in producing necessary key foundational documentation.
The Cybersecurity Strategy Consultant - National and International Policy Level 2 provides technical and advisory support to the Director, Assistant Directors, Technical Director, and Division Leads of the USCYBERCOM/CDG Directorate. This individual will participate in engineering and operational studies and analyses of enterprise information systems, to include architectures, functional characteristics, Concept of Operations, and deployment and operations. At times, this individual will attend meetings and conferences on behalf of the CDG Leadership and represent the official views of the CDG on relevant technical matters, often to audiences of senior government and industry leaders. Team and Work Group facilitation will be be conducted by this individual on a routine basis.