An exciting opportunity exists for state, local, or tribal officials to serve in a fellowship program with the Interagency Threat Assessment and Coordination Group, which coordinates terrorism information products for state, local, tribal, and private sector consumers. These positions will serve an integral role in providing the state, local, and tribal perspectives at the national level.
The individuals selected will be sponsored for a one-year detail under a federal fellowship program. Interested personnel must understand the time and dedication the assignment demands. Selection of candidates will be an ongoing process, and a pool of qualified applicants will be maintained.
State, local, or tribal law enforcement or intelligence personnel (sworn or unsworn) or homeland security, fire, or public health professionals in any of the following areas: multiagency task forces, long-term investigations, critical infrastructure programs, law enforcement intelligence, or homeland security-related issues.
-Individuals must have significant experience (three years minimum) in performing their duties in the above referenced areas (preference will be given to those individuals with supervisory experience).
-Recommendation by his or her agency’s chief executive.
-Ability to relocate to the Washington, DC, area and serve a one-year detail.
-Submission to a counterintelligence scope polygraph.
Preference will be given to candidates with a clearance level (or one in process) of Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI).