Overlook Systems Technology Inc.: Committed to Excellence

GSA Professional Services Schedule Labor Categories

PROGRAM MANAGER

Summary: Directs all phases of programs from inception through completion. Manages all aspects and maintains total responsibility for the successful completion of programs.

Functional Responsibilities:
• Manages cost, schedule, and technical performance of programs
• Establishes milestones and monitors adherence to master plans and schedules
• Ensures that all required resources, including manpower, are available for program implementation
• Reviews and maintains responsibility of program financials
• Prepares materials for presentations relative to program reviews
• Makes technical judgments and provides advice on the resolution of technical, schedule, performance, or budgetary problems
• Directs and manages internal/external communications and all functional program activities to meet performance objectives within cost and schedule
• Supervises contractor employees
• Organizes, directs, coordinates, and controls technical and administrative activities associated with program
• Employs methodologies for mentoring team members in problem resolution

Applicable SINs:
Strategic Planning for Technology Programs
Concept Development and Requirements Analysis
System Design, Engineering and Integration
Test and Evaluation
Integrated Logistics Support
Acquisition and Life Cycle Management

Labor Category

Education and Experience Requirements
Program Manager V Master's Degree or equivalent* and 20 years of relevant experience
Program Manager IV Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 15 years of relevant experience
Program Manager III Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 10 years of relevant experience
Program Manager II Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 5 years of relevant experience
Program Manager I Bachelor's Degree or equivalent*
*See note on equivalence after last labor category description

LOGISTICS MANAGER

Summary: Establishes and maintains logistic support requirements for the maintenance concept, allocation of support requirements, the design for system supportability, and development of new elements of logistics support.

Functional Responsibilities:
• Analyzes, recommends approaches, and plans for the delivery of logistics elements in compliance with current Industry and Government practices
• Ensures that proper logistics considerations are included in system development processes at each major milestone
• Prepares integrated plans, policies, and procedures for logistic support
• Performs cost analysis associated with systems logistic support
• Plans and manages cost and schedule of assigned tasks and projects
• Develops, directs, coordinates, and controls technical and administrative activities for one or more logistics, acquisition, training, technical, or engineering programs
• Makes judgments and provides advice on the resolution of technical, schedule, performance, and budgetary problems
• Performs and directs logistics engineering studies and analyses to determine the impact of advanced technology and other matters on supportability or the impact of instructions and directives on logistics
• Performs systems logistics integration and requirements analysis

Applicable SINs:
Strategic Planning for Technology Programs
Concept Development and Requirements Analysis
System Design, Engineering and Integration
Test and Evaluation
Integrated Logistics Support
Acquisition and Life Cycle Management

Labor Category

Education and Experience Requirements
Logistics Manager V Master's Degree or equivalent* and 20 years of relevant experience
Logistics Manager IV Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 15 years of relevant experience
Logistics Manager III Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 10 years of relevant experience
Logistics Manager II Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 5 years of relevant experience
Logistics Manager I Bachelor's Degree or equivalent*
*See note on equivalence after last labor category description

SECURITY MANAGER

Summary: Provides oversight for all aspects of system security and program protection planning. Serves as the focal point for all matters relating to planning, organizing, and managing program security.

Functional Responsibilities:
• Provides program protection planning, technology control, and system security engineering oversight
• Performs security related studies and analyses
• Establishes security guidance and enforces handling procedures for classified information, to include
• Top Secret and Special Access
• Reviews and provides recommendations on security support plans, Statements of Work, Statements of Objectives, and security evaluation reports
• Analyzes security concerns, recommends solutions to problems, and performs administrative security functions as required

Applicable SINs:
Strategic Planning for Technology Programs
Concept Development and Requirements Analysis
System Design, Engineering and Integration
Test and Evaluation
Integrated Logistics Support
Acquisition and Life Cycle Management

Labor Category

Education and Experience Requirements
Security Manager V Master's Degree or equivalent* and 20 years of relevant experience
Security Manager IV Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 15 years of relevant experience
Security Manager III Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 10 years of relevant experience
Security Manager II Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 5 years of relevant experience
Security Manager I Bachelor's Degree or equivalent*
*See note on equivalence after last labor category description

SYSTEM ENGINEER

Summary: Performs professional engineering work in research, development, design, test, analysis, production, maintenance, and operations. Provides leadership and direction for engineering of systems, system elements, interfacing systems, components, devices, and/or processes.

Functional Responsibilities:
• Plans, schedules, conducts, and coordinates detailed phases of a program's engineering activities
• Performs independent research of complicated engineering problems resulting in solutions which directly apply to customer needs
• Performs direct research in development and execution of prototype and operational systems
• Conducts technical analysis to define, analyze, and allocate requirements
• Performs design reviews and participates in technical working groups to ensure technical requirements are met
• Reviews system specifications and the impact on operational requirements
• Assesses modeling and simulation results supporting the evaluation process
• Researches, summarizes, and evaluates engineering data and prepares test reports

Applicable SINs:
Concept Development and Requirements Analysis
System Design, Engineering and Integration
Test and Evaluation
Integrated Logistics Support

Labor Category

Education and Experience Requirements
System Engineer V Master's Degree or equivalent* and 20 years of relevant experience
System Engineer IV Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 15 years of relevant experience
System Engineer III Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 10 years of relevant experience
System Engineer II Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 5 years of relevant experience
System Engineer I Bachelor's Degree or equivalent*
*See note on equivalence after last labor category description

SOFTWARE ENGINEER

Summary: Performs analysis and design of programming systems, problem oriented languages, management systems, scientific systems, and other related areas of computational projects.

Functional Responsibilities:
• Recommends general methods or investigation to be followed in research and development
• Programs and develops solutions to technical problems calling upon specific training and experience
• Prepares technical and managerial reports, including feasibility and desirability of extensions or modifications to existing software and procedures
• Makes decisions, initiates actions, and implements solutions regarding difficult software problems
• Performs the tasks necessary to carry software component(s) through the software development life cycle
• Develops specifications based on a known set of software component requirements
• Prepares the software component design necessary to meet system specifications based upon knowledge in the areas of hardware capabilities/limitations and operating system environment
• Participates in the implementation of the components accounting for the availability of multiple languages, resource limitations, and maintainability

Applicable SINs:
Concept Development and Requirements Analysis
System Design, Engineering and Integration
Test and Evaluation
Integrated Logistics Support

Labor Category

Education and Experience Requirements
Software Engineer V Master's Degree or equivalent* and 20 years of relevant experience
Software Engineer IV Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 15 years of relevant experience
Software Engineer III Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 10 years of relevant experience
Software Engineer II Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 5 years of relevant experience
Software Engineer I Bachelor's Degree or equivalent *
*See note on equivalence after last labor category description

SYSTEM ANALYST

Summary: Provides technical and analytical support to assist system engineering in the design, development, implementation, and modification of systems.

Functional Responsibilities:
• Systematically converts requirements into system solutions that are achievable within performance, schedule, and cost constraints
• Performs technical planning, system integration, verification and validation, cost and risk analyses, and supportability and effectiveness analyses for total systems
• Performs regulatory policy administration, project planning, process development, and staff support activities
• Performs functional and timeline analyses, detailed trade studies, requirements and interface definition, and special studies to translate requirements into system specifications
• Evaluates primary and alternate technical approaches and generates impact assessments for system development and enhancement activities
• Conducts requirements analyses, cost-performance trade-off analyses, feasibility analyses, and technology conceptual designs

Applicable SINs:
Strategic Planning for Technology Programs
Concept Development and Requirements Analysis S
ystem Design, Engineering and Integration
Test and Evaluation
Acquisition and Life Cycle Management

Labor Category

Education and Experience Requirements
System Analyst V Master's Degree or equivalent* and 20 years of relevant experience
System Analyst IV Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 15 years of relevant experience
System Analyst III Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 10 years of relevant experience
System Analyst II Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 5 years of relevant experience
System Analyst I Bachelor's Degree or equivalent*
*See note on equivalence after last labor category description

SYSTEM ACQUISITION SPECIALIST

Summary: Manages, plans, and organizes tasks and projects for the entire acquisition life cycle. Develops and reviews documentation that supports acquisition of systems.

Functional Responsibilities:
• Develops and maintains acquisition strategies and documentation including acquisition plans, source selection plans, and requests for quotes/proposals
• Supports program risk management efforts to include cost/schedule/performance risks to provide decision quality information and mitigation plans to the program manager
• Performs earned value management analysis on contractor provided cost performance reports
• Assists the program in preparation of program impact statements for budgetary cut drills
• Assists in preparation of award fee briefings
• Monitors program milestones and assists in the development of schedules
• Provides contract award and post-award support

Applicable SINs:
Strategic Planning for Technology Programs
Concept Development and Requirements Analysis
System Design, Engineering and Integration
Test and Evaluation
Integrated Logistics Support
Acquisition and Life Cycle Management

Labor Category

Education and Experience Requirements
System Acquisition Specialist V Master's Degree or equivalent* and 20 years of relevant experience
System Acquisition Specialist IV Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 15 years of relevant experience
System Acquisition Specialist III Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 10 years of relevant experience
System Acquisition Specialist II Bachelor's Degree or equivalent* and 5 years of relevant experience
System Acquisition Specialist I Bachelor's Degree or equivalent*
*See note on equivalence after last labor category description

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

Summary: Provides administrative support to technical and management-level personnel. This includes documentation planning and support, project administration, general office support, executive secretarial support, human resource planning, event planning and administration, office relocation planning, mail services, records and data input.

Functional Responsibilities:
• Outlines objectives to be achieved, priorities and deadlines in accordance with accepted administrative office procedures
• Reviews completed work for accuracy of data, procedure compliance, and error-free documentation
• Keeps the program office apprised as to progress, problems, and issues associated with the projects
• Develops spreadsheets, databases, and other materials to organize and store program data
• Provides support in the planning, formulation, editing, development, and publication of finished products, e.g., program documentation, plans, directives, reports, and briefings
• Provides support for internal and external briefings and reports by providing expert knowledge and capability in the use of personal computers and operating systems to produce visual aids using appropriate software applications
• Assists in improving internal management processes by proposing and/or implementing improvements to visual, computer based communications used by the program office to manage its critical processes
• Establishes and maintains office files

Applicable SINs:
Strategic Planning for Technology Programs
Concept Development and Requirements Analysis
System Design, Engineering and Integration
Test and Evaluation
Integrated Logistics Support
Acquisition and Life Cycle Management

Labor Category

Education and Experience Requirements
Administrative Support V Associate's Degree or equivalent* and 15 years of experience
Administrative Support IV Associate's Degree or equivalent* and 7 years of experience
Administrative Support III High School Diploma and 5 years of experience
Administrative Support II High School Diploma and 2 years of experience
Administrative Support I High School Diploma
*See note on equivalence after last labor category description