DIA posts RFP for Strategic Workforce Analysis, Planning and Management
On May 8, the Virginia Contracting Activity, on behalf of the Defense Intelligence Agency, posted a request for proposals for the DIA Strategic Workforce Analysis, Planning and Management Support Services IDIQ. Proposals are due by 12:00 p.m. Eastern on June 3.
This contract provides support services to strategic workforce planning and analysis initiatives to support Career Field Managers (CFM) and organizational talent and position management requirements. The purpose of this contract is for onsite support for the implementation of Agency Talent Management initiatives. In an increasingly complex environment, CFMs and their staffs are now required to address broadening and increasingly dynamic set of requirements that provide their career fields (CF) with robust recruitment, hiring, training, placement and promotion processes that delivers an agile, multi-skilled workforce. This contract enables assessments of CF health, training needs and establishes analytics processes that forecast CF needs. This contract will leverage industry and functional workforce and career management best practices in order to successfully link workforce requirements to the accomplishment and integration of DIA’s mission and strategic objectives of each CF and to support the growth of CF management and DIA officers across the defense enterprise. The Government will not exercise any supervision or control over the service providers performing the services herein. Such service providers shall be accountable solely to the Contractor who, in turn is responsible to the Government.
The Defense Intelligence Agency’s (DIA) mission is to provide all-source defense intelligence to prevent strategic surprise and deliver a decision advantage to war fighters, defense planners and policymakers. Our customers include war fighters, Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) and interagency partners that defend America’s national security interests. Previously, DIA implemented a comprehensive framework of competencies and initial career learning roadmaps under Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System (DCIPS.) Additionally, the shift from a Rank in Position to a Rank in Person promotion process has necessitated fundamental shifts in talent management including, staff and labor management. In order to develop consistent operating procedures across all tenCFS, the Agency must provide CFMs with the right understanding, experience and skills to assist in managing and integrating an increased level of support.
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