ITA International (ITA) is a provider of integrated support services to include analysis, planning, training, acquisition management, cyber/intelligence, engineering, logistics, and maritime support services to government, non-governmental organizations and commercial customers worldwide.
ITA International is currently seeking motivated and talented individuals who can offer the knowledge, skills, and experience of a Spectrum Management Support for our Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia location. This position is contingent upon contract award.
Reduce the backlog of 5-year reviews and of overdue ACC frequency assignments; making sure all 5-yr reviews are completed 6 months prior to review date.
Manage frequency spectrum in support of ACC operations within the CONUS, US possessions, contiguous and other international host nations IAW AFI 17-220, ACP-190 and Manual of Regulations & Procedures for Federal Radio Frequency Management (National Telecommunication & Information Administration-NTIA).
Provide training to Installation Spectrum Managers via phone as required, through quarterly DCO sessions using a formal training structure and one week training classes as required.
Develop and coordinate spectrum related reports, assessments, and briefings for the Spectrum Management Branch Chief and his/her staff.
Identify programmatic and technical requirements for obtaining frequency assignments.
Use Spectrum XXI to manage spectrum requirements.
Analyze plans to ensure spectrum supportability.
Provide spectrum support for ACC exercises to include submitting spectrum exercise packages to the Air Force Spectrum Management Office; work directly with A3O7.
Assist ACC organizations in the identification, collection, organization and submission of critical spectrum-related technical information to obtain frequency supportability.
Evaluate equipment frequency allocation applications using the Spectrum Certification System (SCS) or Equipment Location – Certification Information Database (EL-CID) analysis tools and other RF analysis systems as required to determine the degree of compliance with the national and international tables of allocation and with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), DoD, and other applicable standards for Communications-Electronics (C-E) devices.
Five (5) years’ experience in Spectrum Management. Contractor’s previous experience must display understanding of the process of obtaining a radio frequency license and the capability to train Installation Spectrum Managers.
Personnel performing this task must have graduated the Air Force Spectrum Management School and have at least:
Five (5) years’ of Spectrum Management experience and knowledge of project planning, mission needs and operational requirements.
Five (5) years’ experience with Spectrum Certification process.
Five (5) years’ experience using Spectrum XXI software.
Five (5) years’ experience working with/on higher headquarters staff. Personnel must also demonstrate ability to address/converse and brief Air Force General Officers and Senior Civilians.
An active secret clearance