Location: Washington D.C.

Job Description

The General Program Manager shall conduct research and analysis to support AI policies, procedures, guidance and projects.  Must have experience with research and analysis; knowledge of and experience with high-priority mission areas; experience developing and coordinating policies and governance; experience in risk management and lifecycle management. Program Manager must have ability to communicate with and report to senior leadership; ability to manage teams; ability to track performance, allocate resources and work, monitor and adjust for schedule and budget; ability to monitor deliverables against established standards; ability to communicate recommendations; ability to implement strategy; ability to provide accurate statutory reporting; and ability to track progress.

  • Research and analyze AI research papers, algorithms, data catalogs, and industry standards.
  • Work closely with the Government to identify, analyze, brief, and write about upcoming technology.
  • Oversee IT professionals including project managers, data engineers, scientists, mathematicians, and developers.
  • Document processes and workflows.
  • Develop a clear and detailed process maps and business requirements.
  • Identify issues and risks.
  • Provide short and long-range strategy.
  • Organize with the ability to prioritize work and exercise independent judgment wisdom, common sense, and initiative.
  • Exercise extreme discretion when dealing with the public and employees on sensitive or confidential matters.
  • Gathering pertinent facts, making thorough analyses, and arriving at sound conclusions.
  • Reporting information in clear, complete, and logical form.
  • Conducting organizational and procedural studies and preparing comprehensive.
  • Reports Properly interpreting and making recommendations in accordance with laws, regulations, and policies.
  • Analyze information and statistical data from multiple sources.
  • Plan and present clear, concise, and effective presentations using non-technical language.
  • Extensively analyze business processes and workflows


  • Masters degree in Information Technology, Mathematics, Information and Data Management  or a related field.
  • Minimum 10 years’ experience in Program or Project Management; minimum 10 years’ technical program/project management experience

Clearance: Top Secret

Place of Performance: National Capital Region