Labor Category: Senior Research Analyst
Location: MCB, Quantico, VA
Clearance: Must have current Secret clearance, verifiable in JPAS
Period of Performance: This work is contingent upon award. Estimated POP begins 18 July 2018 and runs through 17 July 2023 (Base year plus four option years)
Scope: The scope of this effort includes provisions for technical and analytical support to the Capabilities Based Assessment (CBA) Branch, Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Integration Division (MID), Capabilities Development Directorate (CDD), Deputy Commandant for Combat Development and Integration (DC CD&I) in the development of annual CBA products for the Marine Corps.
Support Requirements: Annual execution and support requirement of Marine Corps Capabilities Based Assessment (MC CBA) culminates with the production of the Marine Corps Enterprise Integration Plan (MCEIP), which is a consolidated summary of analysis from the MC CBA. MC CBA contents include: an analysis of strategic guidance and results of stakeholder participation in a MC CBA Wargame, identified Marine Corps capability requirements and capability gaps shortfalls and excesses, recommended solution strategies to eliminate or mitigate capability gaps, and an enterprise capability management plan that summarizes resourcing recommendations that are aligned to the Commandant’s strategic goals for the Marine Corps’ 10 year future objectives. Through the identification of the capabilities required by future Marine Corps forces, MC CBA establishes the point of departure for resource decision-making and timely delivery of capabilities to the Marine Corps Enterprise.
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