Compliance Analyst, Mountain View, CA


This candidate will be responsible for providing ongoing life cycle Assessment & Authorization (A&A), Risk Management Framework and FedRAMP/IL support to the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU). This includes eMASS entry, creation or updating of required artifacts, and coordinating validation efforts to support an Authorizing Official (AO) decision. The candidate will also assist with multiple duties within the Plans, Programs, and Readiness (PPR) domain. This includes, but is not limited to, sustainment/onboarding activities, policy development and support, program/project management, and DIU FedRAMP/IL accreditation efforts.


5+ years in FedRAMP and DoD Impact Level (IL) Certification & Accreditation (C&A), policy development

Information System Security Officer (ISSO) or Information Manager experience a plus

Recommended Education:

Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited university/college in Computer Science, Information Technology, Information Security, Cybersecurity, or related field


Minimum DoD 8570 IAT/IAM Level II

Required Skills:

Experience accrediting commercial technologies via the Risk Management Framework (RMF) and FedRAMP/IL processes from both a packet preparation and assessor perspective.

Experience with eMASS and DITPR for population, tracking, and Plan of Action & Milestones (POA&M) staffing.

Information System Security Assessments, developing Risk Management Plans, assessing security architectures, and navigating FedRAMP and IL accreditation frameworks

Experience with STIGs and justifying the technical need for applying each setting a plus

Highly Desired Skills:

Experience with ServiceNow and Google G Suite Enterprise

Experience collaborating and coordinating with other cyber elements to include the CSSP community

Experience in preparing and conducting presentations

Position Requirements and Duties:

Responsible for creating and maintaining the eMASS entry for DIU

Create and update all required artifacts within eMASS

Coordinate and schedule all aspects of commercial technology accreditation for the DIU Enterprise

Prepare weekly reports of accreditation and technical implementation of technologies until it is accredited

Maintain knowledge of C&A and Cyber policy changes throughout the DoD

Collaborate with all DIU CIO and AO personnel to ensure technologies are properly deployed and technically operating within an acceptable level of risk

Prepare and support a brief of the accreditation package to the AO to support an accreditation decision

Support all aspects of the DIU sustainment and onboarding activities

Help coordinate and run the DIU CCB

Participate in program reviews, process improvement, and onsite certification evaluations

Additional Information:

Authorized as the primary POC for all eMASS entries

Authorized to review all internal DIU and CSSP vulnerability information

Authorized to work with all teams and request any information needed to support the accreditation effort

Job Category: Contract
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: Mountain View CA

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