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CIPS/IPMO UPDATE No. 2007-1                                       29 DECEMBER 2006

(IPMO POC can be reached by e-mail at mailto:dcips@us.army.mil or by phone at DSN225-1047.  If sending e-mail, please put in your “subject line” – “FCR”)

      B.  Outlook for CP-35 Interns for FY07 (Cloudy But With Good Chance of Sun).  The outlook for centrally funded Army Civilian Training, Education and Development System (ACTEDS) interns for CP-35 has been uncertain for the last few years because of Army’s precarious financial situation due to the Global War on Terrorism.  The HQDA G-1 has recently advised that enough resources may soon be released so that as many as 500 interns could be hired in 3rd and 4th quarters of FY07 for all Career Programs.  CP-35 may see about twenty.

(IPMO POC can be reached by e-mail at mailto:dcips@us.army.mil or by phone at DSN225-2443.  If sending e-mail, please put in your “subject line” – “Interns”)

      C.  Update on HQDA G-2 Support to CENTCOM for Global War on Terrorism – A Program Now Called “Stable Shadow.”  We have previously reported on an in-house effort to find volunteer civilian employees for deployment to CENTCOM’s Area of Operation (AOR).  They would be hired to substitute for military intelligence officers, warrant officers and enlisted that Army does not yet have in its inventory.  We have had open continuous announcements on Army’s Civilian Personnel On-Line Employment website for the last year.  To review them, go to http://cpol.army.mil/index.html, then click on Employment, and then on “Global War on Terrorism” at the bottom of the left hand column of choices.  Once there, click on “Employment Opportunities – Civilian Intelligence Positions in Support of CENTCOM.”  We are now striving to field and maintain about 50 civilian volunteers in FY07 and until no longer needed by Army.  We continue to need applicants that are recently out of the military with military intelligence experience and a Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Intelligence clearance.  

(IPMO POC can be reached by e-mail at mailto:dcips@us.army.mil or by phone at DSN225-1047.  If sending e-mail, please put in your “subject line” – “Stable Shadow”)

     D.  Where To Go on the Web to Find Job Opportunities Within the IC.  There are now a number of websites to watch if you are interested in jobs with the IC.  Some list opportunities that are open to all:  present Federal IC civilians; military intelligence soldiers that are getting out; contractors and the general public.  Others are just for those that are presently civilians in the IC.   Some can be found on the NIPRNET and some on JWICS.  

           1)  Intelligence.Gov.  The best single place for job information is the IC website found on the NIPRNET at: http://www.intelligence.gov/index.shtml   It provides information about the IC as well as information on careers.  It also links to each IC component’s employment website.  For instance, it links to Army’s IC employment website at: http://www.cemi.army.mil/  

           2)  Federal Website.  Many IC jobs are listed with other Federal vacancies that can be found on http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/  or  http://www.firstgov.gov/   

           3)  Joint IC Duty Program.  A new website has been launched listing vacancies that will provide joint duty assignment (JDA) credit.  It is now found only on JWICS at:  http://

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