Accenture Federal - Government Data Protection Specialist in Boston, Massachusetts
Organization: Accenture Federal Services
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A Data Protection Specialist who can support and strengthen the Client Data Protection (CDP) program. In this role you will be responsible for leading the sustainment/operationalization of the CDP Contracts Operations Program, to include the coordination and completion of Program Security Plans (PSPs) and providing training on client and project specific requirements as they are related to the PSP control implementation. The CCOP Lead will work with a cross-functional team of technical and non-technical key stakeholders to effectively drive decision making, influence policy, and strengthen our risk profile.
Provide expert advice and training on program security best practices, established enterprise security controls, and federal government requirements for government contracts
Serve as a liaison with the program and project sponsor, customers, and other stakeholders
Mitigate and manage risk, conduct customer and stakeholder analyses, and provide oversight to a project
Expand or reorganize a business unit or operation, and advise on the development of specific improvement cost and time saving solutions and business case analyses to support transformation efforts
Contribute to the development of innovative principles and ideas
Identify and capitalize on opportunities to improve program performance, capitalize on mission achievement, and contribute to the process for improving operations and increasing process efficiency
Develop, review, and edit documentation of processes and procedures
Liaise and collaborate with other program team members, other security disciplines (industrial security, physical security, special programs security, etc.), program personnel, government security representatives, and corporate leadership to drive security discipline into daily activities
Apply advanced knowledge of quantitative and qualitative risk analysis to make timely recommendations that improve security performance through changes to strategy, process, and management practices
Here's what you need:
U.S. Citizenship required
2 years work experience handling information within the Intelligence Community (IC), DoD and/or Federal Government
Knowledge in applying the requirements of the National Information Security Program (NISP), ICD 503, NIST SP 800 series to programs
Ability to create and deliver training both virtually and in person
Bonus points if you have:
Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology, Information Security, Business or Risk Management
Experience in Government Contracting within the IC
Experience with SharePoint and/or ServiceNow at the administrative level
Experience working across multiple areas of expertise that span across other functional communities and provide leadership and mentoring to other colleagues
Ability to learn quickly and demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a high-performance team
Demonstrated strong verbal and written communication skills
Excellent leadership, teamwork and collaboration skills with the ability to be effectively either remotely or on site as the mission requires
Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills to solve complex and adaptive problems
Ability to plan, organize, and prioritize assignments, and meet critical and established deadlines
An active security clearance or the ability to obtain one may be required for this role.
Candidates who are currently employed by a client of Accenture or an affiliated Accenture business may not be eligible for consideration.
Applicants for employment in the US must have work authorization that does not now or in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the United States and with Accenture (i.e., H1-B visa, F-1 visa (OPT), TN visa or any other non-immigrant status).
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