IBM Job Fair – July 27th – Arlington, Virginia


IBMJoin Us at Our IBM Job Fair on July 27 in Arlington, VA

Wednesday, July 27, 2016 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM The Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City 1250 South Hayes Street Arlington, VA 22202 Open Positions Include:

  • Data Specialist – Advanced Analytics
  • Business Analyst – Business Intelligence
  • Infrastructure Specialist – Systems Ops Arch
  • Application Developer – Big Data BigInsights
  • Business Transformation Consultant – Federal Financial Mgmt
  • Application Developer – C#.Net
  • Security Consultant – Security
  • Infrastructure Specialist – AIX / UNIX
  • Strategy Consultant – Supply Chain Procurement
  • Application Developer – ecommerce
  • Infrastructure Specialist – Linux
  • Business Transformation Consultant – Enterprise Performance
  • Strategy Consultant – Supply Chain Transformation
  • Application Architect – Tririga
  • Digital Cognitive & Analytics Domain — Data Scientists, SAS Developers, Cognitive (Developers, Architects), Business Intelligence (Analysts, Data Modelers, Developers, Architects)
  • Digital Operations & IoT Domain — Tririga (Architects, Developers), Business Process Consultants
  • BPS Finance Risk & Fraud – Federal Financial Management Consultant
  • Application Developer – Curam
  • Systems Engineering Professional – Application System Integ.
  • Data Specialist – ETL Informatica
  • Application Architect – IBM Maximo
  • Application Architect – Business Intelligence
  • Strategy Consultant – Lean Six Sigma
  • Application Developer – Tririga
  • Test Specialist – Automation Tools
  • Application Developer – Web Content Management
  • Strategy Consultant – Data Analytics
  • Application Architect – eCommerce
  • Application Developer – Java WebSphere
  • Project Manager – Infrastructure
  • Application Developer – Oracle Database
  • Project Manager – Project Sector
  • Digital Customer Platforms Domain — Commerce-Sterling Order Management (Developers, Architects), Commerce-Websphere (Developers, Architects), Content Management (Developers, Architects)
  • Digital Mobile Domain – Mobile Developers
  • Digital Strategy & Design Domain – Visual Designers
  • BPS Talent & Experience – Application Training (Developers, Consultants)

IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. What will you make with IBM? IBM   IBM Jobfair

ATS Seeking Linguists, Targeters (HUMINT & Technical), and Intelligence Analysts

Acclaim Technical Services (ATS) ATS is Seeking Qualified Candidates in the Following Areas of Expertise:

  • Linguists/Language Analysts/Cryptologic Linguists
  • Language Instructors
  • Targeters (HUMINT & Technical)
  • Case Officers/CMOs/SSOs
  • Intelligence Analysts


TO BE CONSIDERED Please send your resume to: To help ATS match your skills to open positions please complete a six-questionsurvey online at: An ATS recruiter will contact you.


STRENGTH IN PEOPLE Founded in 2000, ATS is a leading language and intelligence analysis services company supporting a wide range of U.S. Federal agencies. We are experts in providing integrated intelligence solutions comprising highly-qualified personnel, leading technologies for data collection, visualization, and language processing, and secure and effective exploitation practices (AKA “tradecraft”). Our company provides support to the U.S. Government in over 100 languages. In 2014, ATS restructured to become an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) company, which is uncommon within our business sector. We see this as a significant strength and it shows: ATS is persistently ranked as a top workplace among DC area firms and continues to grow.



  • ESOP – Employee Stock Ownership Plan
  • 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with employer match – 100% vested after 90 days
  • Comprehensive PPO Medical, Prescription Drug Coverage, Dental & Vision Insurance (US & International coverage options)
  • Flexible Spending Accounts – Healthcare and Dependent Care
  • Transportation Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Paid Group Term Life Insurance
  • Paid Short & Long Term Disability
  • Supplemental Employee and Family Life and AD&D insurance options
  • Employee Assistance Program – for confidential counseling, legal/financial services and work life resources
  • Paid Holidays – up to 10 days
  • Paid Vacation
  • Paid Bereavement Leave & Jury Duty Leave
  • Education Reimbursement Program of up to $5,000 per year
  • Training & Professional Development
  • Employee Referral Program
  • Credit Union Eligibility
  • Paid Bi-Weekly – Direct Deposit Available


ACCLAIM TECHNICAL SERVICES, INC. (ATS) 11091 Sunset Hills Road, Suite 150 Reston, Virginia 20190 571-262-0609 ATS is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer

Corporate Gray Military-Friendly Job Fair – April 21 // Springfield, VA

Corporate Gray Military-Friendly Job Fair – April 21 // Springfield, VA

Corporate Gray

You are invited to meet face-to-face with dozens of local and nationwide companies on Thursday, April 21st at the Waterford in Springfield, Virginia. Job fair hours are 9 am to 12:30 pm with a career transition seminar starting at 8 am. It’s free to all job seekers and especially for transitioning service members, veterans, and military spouses. Civilians welcome.

Business attire recommended. Bring many copies of your resume. Pre-registration encouraged.

Make the most of your time by meeting with representatives from many top companies, including: Lockheed Martin, Leidos, AECOM, U.S Postal Service, National Institutes of Health, Central Intelligence Agency, Edward Jones, Securitas, Mountaire Farms, NCI, Prince William County Police and Public Schools, State Farm, ACT-I, FCi Federal, Intelligence Careers, and more, in one day in one place. To see the complete list of companies registered-to-date, visit

To pre-register, visit and create a free account. Then click the “Job Fairs” link on the menu bar and then the “register” link corresponding to the April 21st job fair in Springfield. By so doing, you’ll receive the job fair employer directory the weekend before the event, and if you upload your resume to Corporate Gray Online, the companies will have early access to it.

Corporate Gray Military-Friendly Job Fair

The Waterford
6715 Commerce Street
Springfield, Virginia 22150

Open to the public!

April 21st // 9 am to 12:30 pm


Register now – Intelligence Community Virtual Career Fair

Intelligence Community Virtual Career Fair (ICVCF) The U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) is holding a massive virtual career fair and YOU are invited!

Please join us on March 3rd at the seventh annual Intelligence Community Virtual Career Fair to explore fantastic career opportunities, and see how your skills can protect the nation.

Reserve your spot today! Seats are filling up fast so pre-registration is recommended.

Who: Entry-level and experienced professionals in STEM, business, foreign language, human resources and more

What: The Intelligence Community Virtual Career Fair

Where: The nearest Internet connection!

When: Thursday, March 3, 2016, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern

Why: To discover the incredible benefits of a challenging and rewarding career in the IC. Chat with recruiters and subject matter experts, explore career fields, watch live presentations and mingle with your peers.

Participating Agencies: Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC), National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), National Security Agency (NSA), Naval Intelligence Activity and Office of the Director of National Intelligence (auditorium presentation only)

Register today! Visit

U.S. citizenship is required. IC agencies are Equal Opportunity Employers. All applicants for employment are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, or status as a parent. Intelligence Community Virtual Career Fair ICVCF

March 23 Technical Career Fair – Fort Meade, Maryland – Open to the Public!

Fort Meade Technical Job Fair

Location: Club Meade 6600 Mapes Road Fort Meade, Maryland 20755

Date: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm // March 23, 2016

Maryland Career Fair and Job Fair
Recruiting Organizations that you can meet:

* Indicates an active security clearance is required for those organizations
+ Indicates organizations who are sponsors

1. Academy Solutions Group, LLC*
2. American Water
3. Analyst Warehouse, LLC
4. Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corporation (AAWDC) +
5. Artech Information Systems
6. Army Community Service (ACS)+
7. BAE Systems*
8. Bay State Computers
10. BMA*
11. Bridges Consulting , Inc.*
12. CACI International, Inc*
13. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
14. ClearedJobs.Net*
15. CODA Solutions*
16. CyberPoint International*
17. Daly Computers, Inc.
18. DCCA*
19. Defense Cyber Crime Center
20. DELTA Resources, Inc. *
21. Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation (DLLR)-Anne Arundel One Stop Career Center+
22. Dunbar Armored
23. Engineering Solutions, Inc.*
24. First Command Financial Services
25. Fort Meade
26. Fort Meade EO
27. GAP Solutions, Inc*
28. General Dynamics Information Technology*
29. Harris Corporation*
30. Innoplex*
31. IntelligenceCareers.Com
32. IntelliGenesis, LLC*
33. JASINT Consulting and Technology*
34. JP Morgan Chase & Co
35. KEYW Corporation*
36. L-3 National Security Solutions*
37. Leidos*
38. Lockheed Martin*
39. ManTech*
40. Maryland Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation-Resume Doctor
41. Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Service (DPSCS)
42. Maryland State Government-DBM
43. Maryland State Police
44. MDA Information Systems*
45. National Security Agency * (NSA)
46. Navy Fleet Family and Support Center+
47. Nyla Technology Solutions*
48. Ocean Riders Engineering*
49. Onyx Point, Inc*
50. Paragon Systems, Inc.*
51. P.K.W. Associates Inc.
52. Primerica
53. Quadrint, Inc.*
54. Raytheon Centers of Innovation*
55. SAIC Inc.*
56. Sandy Spring Bank
57. Scion Systems, Inc.*
59. Social Secuirty Administration
60. Soldier For Life (TAP) Fort Meade +
61. Sotera Defense Solutions*
62. Technical and Management(TMAC) Assistance Corporation*
63. Towson University ( Center for Professional Studies)
64. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) US Dept of Homeland Security
65. Trident Analytical Solutions*
66. Trinity Services Group
67. Varen Technologies*
68. Yorktel*

CAREER FAIRS / Hiring Events / Security-Cleared Professionals Jan 12 & 13, Maryland and Virginia

The New Year brings New Career Opportunities!


Be proactive and kick off 2016 with the job you deserve. If you are a Security-Cleared Professional, be sure to attend the TECHEXPO Top Secret January Hiring Events to Interview Face-to-Face with employers and learn about hundreds of hot job openings. will have its recruiters at both events.

TECHEXPO Top Secret Hiring Events – 10:00am – 3:00pm

Tuesday, January 12
BWI Marriott
1743 West Nursery Road
Baltimore, MD 21090
Admission: Any level of Active Security Clearance is Required to Attend.

Wednesday, January 13
Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner
1700 Tysons Blvd.
McLean, VA 22102
Admission: Any level of Active Security Clearance is Required to Attend.

Interview for jobs including: Software Engineering, Cyber Security, Help Desk Manager, Network Engineer, Technical Writer, Computer Security Systems Specialists, PeopleSoft Specialists, Database Administrators, Information Security Analysts, Web Developers, Subject Matter Expert, and many more.

Companies recruiting at TECHEXPO in January include: AT&T Government Solutions, Accenture Federal Services, Amazon Web Services, BAE Systems, CWS / Computer World Services, Data Computer Corporation of America – DCCA, Deloitte, ENGILITY Corporation, Freedom Consulting Group, INNOPLEX, IntelligenceCareers, MDA Information Systems, Inc., MetroStar Systems, Northrop Grumman, Parsons, Quadrint, Security University, The Josef Group (Virtual Exhibitor) and many more!


Employers / Hiring Managers: Secure your recruitment booth by contacting Nancy Mathew at 212.655.4505 ext. 225 or email and interview hundreds of experienced security-cleared professionals seeking a new opportunity.

ACTION / Cybersecurity Professionals – Nov 17th Career Fair JUST for you!

You DO NOT need a security clearance for this event.

As an experienced Cyber Security Professional, this even is exclusively for you.

Should You Attend ?

Employers are seeking a minimum of 2 years of Cyber Security experience

Active Military and Veterans are invited for Complimentary Breakfast at 9am.

TECHEXPO Cyber Security Hiring Event

Tuesday, November 17th
The Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner
8861 Leesburg Pike, Vienna, VA 22182

9am – 10am: Career Seminar by Deloitte and moderated by Bruce Benedict of Battlefield Resumes who will also be conducting complimentary resume evaluations.

10am – 3pm: Hiring Event

Register to attend: 

Cybersecurity Jobs

Interview Face-to-Face with this growing list of companies including:

780th Military Cyber Brigade
Assured Information Security
Analyst Warehouse
AT&T Government Solutions
BAE Systems
Battlefield Resumes
Harris Corporation
—  Seeking Security Managers with SAP (Special Access Programs) backgrounds and ISSOs. Positions available in Fort Meade MD area, Dayton OH and San Antonio TX.
Intel Security
L-3 National Security Solutions
Lockheed Martin
PFP Cybersecurity
PlanIT Group – Virtual Exhibitor
Security University
SEI at Carnegie Mellon
Tangent International Group and more to be added…

Interview for hot jobs including:

Analyst & Auditor
Chief Information Security Officer & Chief Technology Officer
Computer Scientist & Enterprise Security Architect
Information Analyst & Information Tech Specialist
IT Security Director & Risk Management Manager
IT Security Specialist, Manager, Network & Infrastructure Privacy Program Manager
Security Analyst & Architect
Senior Advisor on Security Oversight
Senior IA, Specialist
Strategic Planning Officer
Vulnerability Manager & more…

We wish you the best of luck with advancing your Cyber Career!

About Career Fairs and Event Recruiters

IntelligenceCareers.comRecruiters, Career Fairs and Finding Success

About Recruiters / Meet Our Recruiters

Recruiters that you meet at career fairs come in three varieties:

  • Hunters – looking for a key hire, or 2, or 3. If the company seems right, but the recruiter ignores you, then get their literature and go to the corporate website.
  • Farmers – These recruiters seem genuinely interested in you, and everyone else they meet. Never walk away from a smile. These recruiters are looking for talent that they can grow.
  • Vacuum Cleaners – Some companies have lots of jobs and send out recruiters to just collect as many resumes as possible for post-event evaluation. Easy to spot as these recruiters generally avoid conversation, don’t discuss specific positions, and provide you with a generic ‘go to our website’ brochure or business card. It doesn’t mean that they don’t have tons of great jobs … but what does a vacuum cleaner know?! Get some corporate literature and follow up via the web.

Understanding Companies & Organizations

Defense Industry organizations do lots of things.

  • NEVER assume that the name of a company is a good indicator of what a company does. We know technology companies with no technology, and analytic organizations that never seem to hire analysts. Talk to them all.
  • Small companies often pay as well as large companies. Large companies may seem to offer more benefits and greater benefit … but often you are just a number. Small to medium-sized companies may actually appreciate you more. They do not have the flexible to hire tons of people so they like to hire and use you for your flexibility. Explore them all.
  • Everyone needs cleared administrative assistants, marketers, business developers, etc. … although these positions are often not advertised or listed on corporate literature. Ask. What have you got to lose?

Finding Success

You are a product. Be prepared to present yourself.

  • Know your skills. Be prepared: ‘I am seeking a junior (mid-level, senior-level) position as ___.’ Yes, you need to fill in the blank.
  • Know your value. Have a confident answer: I am seeking something between $X-Z. (We will have a career advisor on hand to help you figure out how many $$ you should be asking for. Ask for Wally).
  • Focus a recruiter’s attention. Before talking to a recruiter, read a piece of corporate literature, visit a company’s website, or scan the exhibition display board for a listing of the skills needed. Tell a recruiter, ‘I am interested in a junior/mid-level/senior position as ____, which your company has listed (advertised or posted on their website, etc.)

Best regards,
Bill Golden

Meet Our Recruiters at Events

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Career Events

13 Things That Affect You Getting a Security Clearance

IntelligenceCareers.comInterim Clearances for
Industrial Personnel
(Defense Contractors)

All applicants for a personnel security clearance submitted by a cleared contractor will be routinely considered for an interim eligibility. An interim eligibility is usually granted within five days after the clearance application is submitted. An interim eligibility will permit the individual to have access to most of the classified information needed to perform his or her duties. The interim eligibility is made concurrently with the initiation of the investigation and will generally remain in effect until an investigation is completed, at which time the applicant is considered for a final eligibility.

The decision to issue or decline an interim eligibility is made by a DISCO adjudicator who considers 13 adjudicative guidelines. These same guidelines are also used by an adjudicator in considering whether to grant a final clearance. Common reasons for an interim declination:

1. Financial Considerations. For example, a history of not meeting financial obligations or an inability or unwillingness to satisfy debts.

2. Emotional, Mental and Personality Disorders. For example, information that suggests that an individual has a condition or treatment that may indicate a defect in judgment, reliability or stability.

3. Foreign Preference. For example, possession of a valid foreign passport.

4. Criminal Conduct. For example, felony arrests, multiple misdemeanor arrests or imprisonment for over one year.

5. Drug involvement. For example, recent drug use, illegal drug possession or drug dependence.

Not all of the above examples will result in the decline of an interim eligibility. There can be mitigating factors such as a particular behavior was not recent, or it was an isolated incident. Or, in the case of emotional, mental and personality disorders, mental health treatment for a temporary condition such as that caused by a death, illness or marital breakup.

Adjudicative Guidelines

Included with each guideline is an example of concerns that might prevent an adjudicator from issuing an interim eligibility. Again, these are examples and may not result in the decline of an interim eligibility if there are factors that mitigate the concerns.

1. Allegiance to the United States. An individual must be of unquestioned allegiance to the United States. The willingness to safeguard classified information is in doubt if there is any reason to suspect an individual’s allegiance to the United States. Example: membership in an organization that supports the overthrowing of the U.S. government.

2. Foreign influence. A security risk may exist when an individual’s immediate family, including cohabitants, and other persons to whom he or she may be bound by affection, influence, or obligation are not citizens of the United States or may be subject to duress. These situations could create the potential for foreign influence that could result in the compromise of classified information. Contacts with citizens of other countries or financial interests in other countries are also relevant to security determinations if they make an individual potentially vulnerable to coercion, exploitation, or pressure. Example: foreign financial interest or employment that may affect the individual’s security responsibility.

3. Foreign preference. When an individual acts in such a way as to indicate a preference for a foreign country over the United States, then he or she may be prone to provide information or make decisions that are harmful to the interests of the United States. Example: possession of a valid foreign passport.

4. Sexual behavior. Sexual behavior is a security concern if it involves a criminal offense, indicates a personality or emotional disorder, may subject the individual to coercion, exploitation, or duress, or reflects lack of judgment or discretion. Sexual orientation or preference may not be used as a basis for or a disqualifying factor in determining a person’s eligibility for a security clearance. Example: arrests for a sexual related crime.

5. Personal conduct. Conduct involving questionable judgment, untrustworthiness, unreliability, lack of candor, dishonesty or unwillingness to comply with rules and regulations could indicate that the person may not properly safeguard classified information. Example: subject left previous employment due to fraud.

6. Financial considerations. An individual who is financially overextended is at risk of having to engage in illegal acts to generate funds. Unexplained affluence is often linked to proceeds from financially profitable criminal acts. Example: a history of not meeting financial obligations or an inability or unwillingness to satisfy debts.

7. Alcohol consumption. Excessive alcohol consumption often leads to the exercise of questionable judgment, unreliability, failure to control impulses, and increases the risk of unauthorized disclosure of classified information due to carelessness. Example: treatment for alcohol abuse.

8. Drug involvement. Improper or illegal involvement with drugs raises questions regarding an individual’s willingness or ability to protect classified information. Drug abuse or dependence may impair social or occupational functioning, increasing the risk of an unauthorized disclosure of classified information. Example: recent drug use, illegal drug possession or drug dependence.

9. Psychological conditions. Emotional, mental and personality disorders can cause a significant deficit in an individual’s psychological, social and occupational functioning. These disorders are of security concern because they may indicate a defect in judgment, reliability or stability. Example: information that suggests that an individual has a condition or treatment that may indicate a defect in judgment, reliability or stability.

10. Criminal conduct. A history or pattern of criminal activity creates doubt about a person’s judgment, reliability and trustworthiness. Example: felony arrests, multiple misdemeanor arrests or imprisonment for over one year.

11. Handling protected information. Noncompliance with security regulations raises doubt about an individual’s trustworthiness, willingness and ability to safeguard classified information. Example: multiple security violations.

12. Outside activities. Involvement in certain types of outside employment or activities is of security concern if it poses a conflict with an individual’s security responsibilities and could create an increased risk of unauthorized disclosure of classified information. Example: service or employment country or foreign national.

13. Use of Information Technology Systems. Noncompliance with rules, procedures, guidelines or regulations pertaining to information technology systems may raise security concerns about an individual’s trustworthiness, willingness, and ability to properly protect classified systems, networks, and information. Information Technology Systems include all related equipment used for the communication, transmission, processing, manipulation, and storage of classified or sensitive information. Example: viewing unauthorized web sites.

Security Clearances


For more information, visit:
Defense Security Service (DSS)
and learn about its very important role and impact regarding Defense Contractors