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Conducts inspections of subordinate units to verify and ensure universal compliance of all operational programs and projects IAW the Command Inspection Program. Troubleshoots sensitive operational issues and facilitates liaison activities throughout the battalion area of operations.

Oversight includes providing guidance on administrative and operational reporting procedures and authorizations for weapons carrying and vehicle usage. Coordinates with Group staff elements on operational matters and taskings which affect all Battalion personnel.

Direct and prioritize all th MI BN CI operations and CE investigations, to include preparing and evaluating operational Aog memorandum and investigative plans in the conduct of special investigations. Assists, advises, and trains all subordinate elements on the conduct of CI operations and CE investigations.

Analyzes organizational and operational problems and develops timely and economical solutions.

Requests, consolidates and responds to all operational and administrative correspondence. Requests, gathers and analyzes statistical data to validate productivity, operational tempo, and focus.

Ensures all SOPs and policy directives are current, accurate and implemented throughout the Battalion. Exercises operational oversight of analytical issues relating to multi-disciplined CI analysis, support to special Aog memorandum programs, and cyber CI, to include formulations and interpretations of policy guidance.

Serves as the Force Modernization Officer for the Battalion. Devises ways to accommodate operations to new and changing programs or requirements through studies of work practices and procedures, staffing and budget requirements, and similar matters. Deals with controversial command and media-sensitive issues.

Plans for and implements new programs and operations. Studies and proposes implementation of operations and activities that impact Army Technical CI policies, programs and manpower. Exercises temporary administrative and technical supervision during extended absences of the S3.

Maintains knowledge of regulatory and statutory requirements which govern all phases of operations, operation control and management use of special techniques, coordination requirements with other federal agencies and legal restrictions and requirements to maintain prosecutorial options.

Knowledge of military and civilian intelligence, security, and law enforcement community and structure; applies highly developed technical knowledge and superior inter-personal and liaison skills to coordinate with higher headquarters and other CI and CE elements at the DA, DoD, and national-level as required in the completion of assignments.

Possesses technical skills in both oral and written communications. Ability to conduct briefings discussions with senior DoD, DA, joint and national-level leadership. State-of-the-art technology makes these guides only generally applicable to the work. Applies considerable judgment and ingenuity in applying guidelines, including DOD, DA, and INSCOM policies, that are broad and cover the major areas of responsibility to develop operations and plans that are executed across the battalion.

Conducts and technically supervises the collection of data to analyze and effectively determine, which sensitive research, development, test and evaluation activities, worldwide, require additional technical CI support; apply unique and limited operational assets to these programs.

May be required to make major adaptations or deviate from existing guidelines in order to satisfy requirements; recommends innovative approaches or changes to existing battalion, Group, INSCOM, or DA policy.

Develops and implements decisions that impact on operations and which have direct bearing on method, scope and focus of their CI activity and production. Faulty operational decisions may result in adverse mission execution and negatively impact Army intelligence activities, i.

Coordinates with national-level intelligence officials e. Coordinates CI operations and investigations, resolves non-routine problems and gains concurrence of special investigative techniques from any of the above mentioned organizations in support of joint operations or activities.

Assignments are subject only to administrative supervision. Recommends new or modified program thrusts within the constraints of available resources and policy objectives which are designed to produce investigative results of high CI value.

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