Welcome to the Army Civilian Cyberspace Workforce Homepage
As Army continues to build and enhance the capabilities of the total force, the Army is simultaneously developing processes to strategically manage the Army Civilian Cyberspace Workforce to align, manage and standardize cyberspace work roles, baseline qualifications, and training.
This page provides information and links to initiatives and policy guidance governing the Department of Army (DA) Civilian Cyberspace Workforce.
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DA CIVILIAN CYBERSPACE POSITIONS
You may find out general information about Cyber Careers here.
- Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget Memorandum, 12 July 2016 - Federal Cybersecurity Workforce Strategy Details government-wide actions to identify, expand, recruit, develop, retain, and sustain a capable and competent workforce in key functional areas to address complex and ever-evolving cyber threats.
- Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget Memorandum, 30 Oct 2015 - Cybersecurity Strategy and Implementation Plan (CSIP) for the Federal Civilian Government Result of the Cybersecurity Sprint, and incorporates progress reporting and corrective actions that are ongoing.
National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework
Provides a common language to speak about cyberspace roles and jobs and helps define professional requirements in cybersecurity.
DHS CMSI PushButtonPD™ Tool
- Provides Managers, Supervisors, and HR Specialists a tool to help rapidly draft a Cybersecurity Position Description (PD). Used in concert with relevant OPM Position Classification Standards, the tool will assist in the implementation of the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Framework by consistently mapping the NICE job codes according to selected skills and KSAs (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities).
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
DoD Cyberspace Workforce Strategy
Overarching enterprise guidance for transforming the cyberspace workforce military (active/reserve) and civilian personnel and includes approaches to recruit, train and retain staff in a competitive national environment.
DoD Cyber Strategy
Guides the development of DoD’s cyber forces and strengthen its cyber defense and cyber deterrence posture.
- DoD Cyber Strategy Fact Sheet
DEPARTMENT OF ARMY
- Army Cyberspace Strategy for Unified Land Operations 2025
Presents the Army vision, end states, and major objectives while linking ends, ways, and means to integrate all Army activities supporting operations in cyberspace.
Cyberspace Workforce Coding Initiative
Position coding provides the baseline to build viable career management solutions and enhance training to develop a ready cyberspace workforce.
TRAINING AND SCHOLARSHIP FOR SERVICE
- Federal Virtual Training Environment (FedVTE)
- National Defense University iCollege
- Defense Cyber Investigations Training Academy
- Army e-Learning
- Army Training and Certification Tracking System
- CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service