ITA International

FFC N1 Individual Augmentee (IA) Mission Requirement Analyst

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ITA International, LLC is an 8(a) Small Disadvantaged and a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business specializing in providing mission analysis, innovative organizational planning, and comprehensive assessments resulting in strategic-to-tactical solutions for government and private sector.


ITA International is seeking qualified candidates to join their team in Norfolk, VA as an Individual Augmentee (IA) Mission Requirement Analyst.  The IA Mission Requirement Analyst will provide support to the Global Force Management (GFM) Individual Augmentee (IA) Branch (N1D11) of the Personnel Development and Allocation Directorate (N1) on the staff of the Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command. 


The N1D11 Branch performs manning requirements analysis, vetting, and Individual Augmentee logistics and training support for all assigned GFM Individual Augmentee manning requirements.  There are two major requirements for the analyst.

Analysis and Assessment


  • Analyst shall conduct comprehensive analysis, coordinate complex issues, develop plans for fulfilling mission requirement tasking, forecast impact of changing situations in assigned mission areas globally, provide recommendations for actions and liaise with various organizations both internally and externally to manage assigned military manpower requirements, and enable execution of sourcing solutions in support of global force management.


  • Upon receipt of draft order or published GFMAP order for requirements assigned, the Analyst shall review complete data available for requirement in applicable databases to include FMTS and JCRM and any relevant requirement documentation to include the combatant commander's request for forces (RFF), force tracking number (FTN) in JCRM, eJMAPS number in FMTS, information deployment orders (DEPORDS), execution orders (EXORDS), augmentation support requests and rotational plans to determine the manpower requirements and make recommendations for appropriate course of action.


  • Analyst shall conduct all classified research utilizing the SIPR network in accordance with DOD 5220.22-M, DODM 5200.01 V1-V4, SECNAV M-5510.36 and local USFFC security policies.


  • The Analyst shall conduct analysis on various complex issues that impact ability to meet ordered latest arrival date such as establishment of required training, availability of required training, and required sourcing timelines.


  • The Analyst shall interact with relevant stakeholders, both internal and external, to identify solutions to meet near and long-term requirements based on mission, availability of resources and established priorities.


  • The Analyst shall attend various meetings, briefings and conferences as required in order to either provide valuable mission related data to GFM Individual Augmentee stakeholders and leadership.


Mission Requirement Management


  • Analyst shall verify mission specific manpower/manning needs based on current order (Global Force Management Allocation Plan (GFMAP) Annex A/B for ad hoc unit or Annex D for Joint Manpower Document (JMD)) IAs and either create the initial requirements package or revalidate the requirements package in NMCMPS, a SIPRNET and NIPRNET web-based application. Analyst shall conduct mission requirement research, creation, validation, and revalidation work on the SIPR NMCI network.


  • Analyst shall track the processing of a request from its inception through approval; validate the proper upload and updates into the USFFC IA Portal to ensure correct personnel sourcing; verify the generation of orders, and retain the ability to capture historical data related to manning needs in support of global force tasking. Routine management of the mission requirements takes place on the NIPR NMCI network with some communications taking place on SIPR.


  • Analyst shall ensure appropriate tasking messages are issued to source personnel for missions and monitor identification of personnel to correctly fill mission requirements; track issuance of personnel orders to make sure they are prepared correctly to meet reporting and training track guidelines; check pending changes, identify discrepancies and recommend corrective action.
  • The Analyst shall assist in the monitoring and tracking of personnel once assigned to various mission requirements, coordinating with ECRC when applicable, to include in-processing, training track completion, arrival in theater and planned rotation dates.   The Analyst shall identify shortfalls and ensure attrition data is collected and personnel are replaced in a timely manner.



  • Minimum two years’ experience with the policies and regulations pertaining to the assignment and utilization of both active component and reserve component personnel to fill global force management requirements is necessary to ensure personnel have the appropriate funding, uniforms, equipment, transportation, and skills necessary to meet mission objectives.


  • Minimum one year’s experience working within the Department of Defense organization structure with particular emphasis on the authority and responsibility of Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), the Joint Staff, the various Combatant Commanders.


  • Minimum two years’ experience working with the Department of the Navy organization structures, with demonstrated understanding of its interdepartmental relationships, Fleet organization and lines of authority and an understanding of the organization and mission of USFFC staff and subordinate commands.


  • Minimum one year’s experience working with the Navy enlisted rating structure and associated Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) codes and Navy officer designators, Subspecialty (SSP) codes, Additional Qualification Designation (AQD) codes, and Navy Officer Billet Classification (NOBC) codes.


  • Minimum four years’ experience providing program manager level analysis with the demonstrated ability to analyze complex situations, identify problems, probe causes, develop logical solutions and recommendations and the ability to gather, assemble, correlate and analyze facts and draw conclusions.


  • Minimum one year’s experience working with the following database systems or comparable systems: USFFC Individual Augmentee (IA) Portal, Navy Marine Corps Mobilization Processing System (NMCMPS), Joint Capabilities Requirements Manager (JCRM), Fourth Estate Manpower Tracking System (FMTS), Electronic Joint Manpower and Personnel System (eJMAPS), Global Force Management Allocation Plan (GFMAP), and NMCI installed office products.


  • Minimum one year’s experience working within the process of Navy global force management planning with demonstrated knowledge of the relationship (organizational and functional) between USFFC and Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV), NAVPERSCOM, COMNAVRESFOR and other echelon participants in that process.


  • Minimum four years’ experience working with management theories, techniques, and practices and experience applying that knowledge to military human resources manpower management and personnel distribution.


  • Ability to communicate clearly and persuasively, both orally and in writing. Knowledge of Navy correspondence and message procedures is required.  Possess writing skills to draft official correspondence and presentations.


  • Minimum one year’s experience working in the use of computer systems and associated programs, to include the use of Microsoft WINDOWS, WORD, EXCEL, Access, PowerPoint and other specialized DOD/DON software and web-based applications such as NMCMPS, USFF IA Portal, JCRM, FMTS, and eJMAPS. Ability to develop spreadsheets and utilize databases to track work flow.


  • Must be highly proficient in the following database systems or comparable systems: USFFC Individual Augmentee (IA) Portal, Navy Marine Corps Mobilization Processing System (NMCMPS), Joint Capabilities Requirements Manager (JCRM), Fourth Estate Manpower Tracking System (FMTS), Electronic Joint Manpower and Personnel System (eJMAPS), Global Force Management Allocation Plan (GFMAP), and NMCI installed office products.




Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree plus four (4) years’ work experience performing the same or closely related work; or an Associate’s Degree plus six (6) years’ work experience performing the same or closely related work; or eight (8) years’ work experience performing the same or closely related work.





ITA International is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We are committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran's status or any status protected by applicable federal, state, or local discrimination laws.


Equal Opportunity Employer – Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans


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