The AFLCMC program team is seeking AGILE software integration/development and other efforts to improve the performance of ISR systems, including the AF DCGS and other similar programs. This effort will support the AF DCGS Weapon System, including its network, security, GEOINT, SIGINT,
Multi-INT, Sensors, operations, maintenance, interfaces, and other Intelligence or related systems or items. The Air Force Distributed Common Ground System (AF DCGS), also referred to as the AN/GSQ272
SENTINEL weapon system, is the Air Force’s primary Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR)
Planning and direction, collection, processing and exploitation, analysis and dissemination (PCPAD)Weapon system.
This effort will provide the Air Force with an AGILE software integration/development
Services Team which will feature strategic team members co-located with the AFLCMC product teams at multiple CONUS locations, primarily in the Boston, MA Area, to support a culture of continuous improvement across the teams.
The Chief Systems Engineer must have experience with the Agile method, as well as conventional
Systems Engineering. Individual must possess detailed experience using/implemented and/or leading Agile software development teams and possess exceptional leadership skills.
Demonstrated success in delivering functional code to the government’s satisfaction utilizing agile design and development techniques.
Knowledge of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) methodology.
Demonstrated performance in delivering alpha and beta quality code to the government in time frames less than one month, and production quality code in three month time frames.
5+ years’ experience with agile and lean philosophies
Experience with Continuous Delivery and Continuous Integration techniques
Bachelor’s degree plus 10 years of experience and/or Master’s degree plus five years of experience in System Engineering for government Information Technology.
Top Secret Minimum/ TS/SCI Preferred