Enterprise Information Services, Inc.

  • Logistics Analyst

    Job Location US-DC
    # of Openings
    Targeted Job Start Date
  • Overview

    Provide Configuration Management, Logistics, Test & Evaluation, and Cybersecurity/Security Authorization Process (SAP) support for the USCG Command, Control, Communication, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Program (CG-9335) in Washington, D.C. The Cybersecurity (Information Assurance) includes Assessment and Authorization (A&A), Vulnerability Management, Continuous Monitoring, and Computer Incident Response. Tasks shall be performed to address the protection of all CG-9335 systems and information they contain, which shall include the command, control, communication systems and Navy program of record systems connected on Sensitive-But-Unclassified (SBU) Network, and Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET).


    • Support the preparation of requirements, logistics, and technical documents, by attending Technical Scoping Sessions, researching equipment and system nomenclatures and descriptions, delivery schedules, interface design information and other GFI (Maintenance Procedure Cards (MPCs), Allowance Parts Lists (APLs), and Technical Manuals), and identifying INCO kits.
    • Utilize the ten elements of logistics captured within USCG COMDTINST M4105.13, dated July 2010, Chapter 4, "Integrated Logistics Support" (https://media.defense.gov/2017/Mar/24/2001721556/-1/-1/0/CIM_4105_13.PDF) to assist with the day to day logistics needs of the CG-9335 projects.
    • Assist in the development and update of Logistics Plan of Action and Milestones (POAMs) for Technology Refresh, Baseline upgrades, ECPs/TCTOs, Ship Change Documents, Ordnance Alterations (ORDALTs), and Commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) insertion.
    • Identify, characterize, track and propose solutions for acquisition logistics issues. Some examples of these logistics issues include, but are not limited to: DMS, delivery delays, no spare parts and not updating associated manuals.
    • Communicate with USCG process and product leads, the shipbuilder and several other manufacturer/supplier sources for early identification of some of these issues.  Track these issues in a spreadsheet and maintain that spreadsheet as issues arise, or on a monthly basis, at a minimum.
    • Review the following analysis reports conducted by the vendors (the vendors will be the supplier and/or manufacturer that provided the equipment or software either to the shipbuilder or the product line): Reliability and maintainability, supply chain control, failure reporting and corrective action, supportability and sparing and service or shelf life.
    • Research, participate in, prepare and submit for approval Logistics Readiness Assessments (LRAs). When approved, the Contractor shall brief the LRAs to the ILS Manager and other USCG directorates as directed.
    • Prepare and maintain ILS Milestones and Action Item logs to permit planning and monitoring of ILS workload by the ILS Manager.
    • Support the project office by conducting reviews on logistics contract deliverable requirements lists (CDRLs) for CG-9335 projects.
    • Assist the project office in the development of EILSP and ESS for new systems and updates to existing systems as determined by DMSMS changes. 17
    • Support the project office by assisting in the development and maintenance of the Program Life Cycle Cost Estimates (PLCCE) for all projects.
    • Povide logistics support by conducting sparing research and tracking, identifying DMSMS for software and hardware, researching manufacturers and pricing, updating manuals, ensuring drawing loads into Coast Guard Logistics Information System Surface Technical Information Portal (CG LIMS STIP) monitoring and coordinating the procurement of INCOs/On Board Repair Part (OBRPs)/Support and Test Equipment, and ensuring that all Support and Test Equipment is appropriately calibrated to support T&E events.
    • Participate in all SCIF/ExComms related meetings.
    • Review all CG Modernization documentation in Fleet Logistics System (FLS), Equipment Authorization List (EAL), CG LIMS to assist in the transition of technical and logistics documentation to sustainment community.


    • BA/BS degree from an accredited school
    • Minimum of 3 years demonstrated related experience in procurement and acquisition management supporting a major system acquisition program with logistics planning and execution.
    • Active Secret Clearance

    EIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/V/Disabled.



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