Program Analyst 2

Company Name:
TASC, Inc.
At TASC we are committed to advancing our customers' missions and creating a safer world. See yourself designing the next vital solution to get ahead of evolving cyber threats or advancing security efforts to protect Americans at home and around the globe.
TASC will consider qualified college graduates, regardless of age.
Junior-level Program Analyst to support Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) National Airspace System (NAS) Lifecycle Planning (NLP) Division.
requires the successful candidate to assist in the development of products, status reporting, and various briefings and reports on Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) Research, Engineering, and Development, project planning, and project implementation.
Duties include the coordination and development of products for the NextGen Portfolio managers and perform technical and quality assurance reviews of products to ensure alignment; assisting with status reporting and preparation of various briefings on NextGen efforts; conducting research, evaluations, analyses, and studies and present recommendations/ solutions to meet short and long-term project/ program planning requirements.
Required Skills:
Knowledgeable application of Microsoft Office
Bachelor's Degree in business administration or substantially related field (accounting, finance, mathematics, etc.).
10 years of relevant experience may be substituted for the Bachelor's Degree.
Years Of Experience:
0-3.9 Years
Join us and see your engineering and technology expertise help address the nation's most pressing and complex challenges. For nearly 50 years, TASC has worked on the front lines with our customers on missions that strengthen security and safety and protect the basic values of our society. TASC provides systems engineering, integration and decision-support
to the Intelligence
, Department of Defense and civilian agencies of the federal government. TASC is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce.

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