Company Summary

Arlo Solutions (Arlo) is an information technology consulting services company that specializes in delivering technology solutions. Our reputation reflects the high quality of the talented Arlo Solutions team and the consultants working in partnership with our customers. Our mission is to understand and meet the needs of both our customers and consultants by delivering quality, value-added solutions. Our solutions are designed and managed to not only reduce costs, but to improve business processes, accelerate response time, improve services to end-users, and give our customers a competitive edge, now and into the future. 

Position Overview 

The Department of Defense’s (DoD) Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office (CDAO) is at the forefront of supporting the DoD with the adoption of innovative technologies such as data, analytics, and artificial intelligence to help accelerate predictions, forecasts, and interpretations for both strategic and tactical decisions across the enterprise. These ground-breaking endeavors bring new challenges to the assessment of DoD IT systems that previously did not exist.  

Seeking an RMF Information Security Systems Manager (ISSM) and Subject Matter Expert to support mission critical CDAO capabilities within all facets of the RMF.  This pioneering domain presents unique challenges, necessitating skilled ISSMs to maintain system security and oversee cyber implementation. The role demands accountability for upholding security standards across the organization, navigating the evolving landscape of defense technology and safeguarding sensitive information crucial to national security. To be successful in this position the candidate must possess a firm understanding of statutory guidance such as the Information Assurance Workforce Improvement Program, DoDI 8500.01, DoD Directive 8140, and NIST 800-37 r2.

Work Location

Full time remote. Candidates in the Washington DC Metropolitan preferred. Travel requirements will vary with location, however, expect approximately 10% to 25%.  

Job Responsibilities and/or Success Factors

  • Utilize expert knowledge and experience regarding risk management strategies in support of a major DoD program.
  • Collaborate between the Cyber Risk Assessor/Security Control Assessor and the program as well as DoD senior leadership.
  • Reporting of status and metrics for body of evidence and authorization conditions.
  • Develop and implement security policies, procedures, and guidelines to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and industry best practices.
  • Conduct risk assessments and identify potential vulnerabilities and threats to information systems.
  • Develop and implement risk mitigation strategies and controls to minimize the impact of security incidents.
  • Collaborate with system administrators, network administrators, and other stakeholders to plan and implement security measures for information systems. This includes establishing security controls and standards for information systems including Continuous Monitoring.
  • Develop and implement incident response procedures to reconstitute system operations to address security incidents and breaches.
  • Ensure compliance with relevant security standards, regulations, and frameworks.
  • Conduct periodic security audits and assessments to evaluate the effectiveness of security controls and identify areas for improvement.
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date security documentation, including security plans, risk assessments, and incident reports.
  • Provide regular reports to the Government customer on the status of information security and any identified risks or vulnerabilities.
  • Provide support regarding the DoD’s agile authorization. Experience with Operation Vulcan Logic (OVL) processes a plus. “
  • Should have a strong background in information security, risk management, and compliance.
  • Strong client focus and commitment to continuous improvement, ability to proactively network and establish relationships.
  • Manage multiple priorities in a high-paced and fast-changing environment.
  • Perform other duties as assigned or required.


Success Factors 

  • Have a strong background in information security, risk management, and compliance.
  • Strong clients focus and commitment to continuous improvement, ability to proactively network and

establish relationships. 

  • Manage multiple priorities in a high-paced and fast-changing environment.
  • Perform other duties as assigned or required.


Education and Minimum Qualifications

  • Must have an active TS/SCI Clearance
  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science/information technology, or other related degree fields (Master’s Degree is preferred or at least 10 years of related experience)
  • At least 10+ years of cybersecurity experience including a senior technical or management role, Project or Program Management experience a plus.
  • At least one IAT/IAM or equivalent security certifications ex. CISSP, CCSP, CISM, CISA, or CASP
  • Experience working with OSD leadership or Military component or branch.
  • Expert understanding of NIST 800 series guidelines, DoDI 8500.01, DoD 8140.03, rISO 27001, COBIT, DoD RMF, OVL, and current cybersecurity best practices.
  • Excellent communication/presentation skills briefing senior military and government civilian leadership.
  • Experienced with writing policies, guides, procedures.
  • Experience in hands on with eMASS, Xacta and/or other GRC tools.
  • Experience with Federal and FedRamp A&A Processes.
  • Experienced and comfortable advising at the Senior Executive Service (SES) level of customers.

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We are proud to be an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer and as such, we evaluate qualified candidates in full consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, disability status, protected veteran status, and any other protected status.


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