Filling Intelligence Analyst positions for the Department of Army in Fort Meade, MD

Apr 25, 2024

The client is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with offices in Reston, Virginia, and Seattle, Washington. They provide cybersecurity, digital modernization, enterprise information technology, intelligence, mission support, and multi-domain operations services to the military, government, and private business sectors.

They offer a range of specialized contract vehicles for customers to meet their unique needs, from Indefinite-Delivery / Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contracts to specialized General Services Administration (GSA) contract vehicles for law enforcement, administrative support, and information technology.

The client has successfully developed relationships with Federal Government agencies with Contract Vehicles such as GSA IT Schedule 70, SeaPort-NxG, CIO SP3 (Joint Venture), DLA JETS (Joint Venture), and ITES-3S (Joint Venture).

The Problem/Opportunity

The client needed to fill open intelligence analyst positions which include All Source Intelligence Analyst, Counterintelligence Analyst, Human intelligence analyst, Signal Intelligence Analyst, and Targeting Analyst
for the Department of Army in Fort Meade, MD. The positions had been vacant for over six months. The main challenges faced while recruiting for these positions were:

  • The positions required a Top Secret / Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) clearance and eligibility to obtain a Polygraph
  • The roles mandated the candidates to have an Active DoD 8570 IAT Level I or IAM Level I certification
  • The positions had a lower budget as compared to the prevailing market rates
  • The positions were onsite in Fort Meade, MD, and candidates were hesitant to travel to the place of performance
  • The positions required candidates to have a Bachelor’s degree and over 20 years of experience with the Department of Army, making the talent pool of potential candidates very narrow

The iQuasar Solution

iQuasar’s dedicated team of recruiters gathered all the client’s requirements and started an extensive search for the relevant candidates. Our recruiters conducted an in-depth analysis and research for the intelligence positions and used various licensed job sites, internal databases, and other social media search tools to find a qualified candidate for the role. Upon analyzing the market for these niche intelligence requirements, our team learned that the best potential candidates for these roles would be Army retirees and Army reserves. The team also connected to numerous attainable candidates and utilized various referral tactics to contact them. We were able to secure numerous offers for the submitted candidates.

How Our Solution Created Value for the Client

iQuasar’s dedicated team helped the client fill the intelligence positions that had been vacant for more than six months, which caused a loss of productivity in fulfilling the responsibilities at the performance location. The offered candidates were approved and were onboarded with the client in Fort Meade, MD, supporting the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM). Our team continues to work with the client and has been filling the open positions for different contracts, enabling the client to grow their business further.

 

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