National Intelligence University issues call for faculty members
The National Intelligence University is looking for experts to join its European faculty. Applications are due no later than January 23, 2015. The full synopsis for this solicitation (HHM402-15-R-0017) is available here.
This requirement is for a non-personal service providing European Faculty support to the National Intelligence University (NIU). The proposer shall provide current curriculum vitae (CV) with proposal insuring that the special qualifications that are addressed in the statement of work (SOW).
General Faculty Criteria:
Contractor faculty must be qualified to teach one NIU core or College of Strategic Intelligence (CSI) program course, and at least one elective course existing in the NIU Catalog in addition to his or her specialty area. NIU core courses comprise: MCR-607 Intelligence Reasoning and Analysis, MCR-611Intelligence and National Security Policy, MCR-635 Leadership and Management in the Intelligence Community, and MCR-606 Critical Thinking and Intelligence. CSI program courses comprise: MSI-615 Deconstructing Strategy, MSI-609 Intelligence Collection (Compound Eye), MSI-601 Globalization, and MSI-603 Social Analysis and the Spectrum of Conflict. Lesson plan guidance for core classes will be provided by the government.
Specific Faculty Criteria:
To obtain a European Instructor Faculty to teach specific requirement core courses comprise: MSI-679, Europe: Intelligence Partner and Analytic Subject and MSI 627, Engaging International Partnerships. Lesson plan guidance for specific classes will be provided by the government. Note: due to ongoing review and upgrading of curriculum, course numbers and titles may change, but the essence of the core and program course requirements will remain the same. Contractor Research Faculty must be qualified to conduct research using state of the art academic methods from a relevant major field of study. In addition, contractor Research Faculty must be able to teach research methods at the graduate level.
All questions and inquiries concerning this RFP must be submitted no later than 12:00 PM (NOON) EST on Wednesday, 07 January 2015. Please submit all questions and inquiries to Yvonne Bynum at firstname.lastname@example.org or Nehemiah Pryor at email@example.com.
All proposals, electronic copies, shall be delivered no later than 12:00PM (NOON) EST on Friday, 23 January 2015 to firstname.lastname@example.org and Nehmiah.Pryor@dodiss.mil.