Download presentation
1 -

CYBERSCIDEPTINST 12192A


02 October 2020CYBER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT INSTRUCTION 12192AFrom Chair Cyber Science DepartmentSubj CYBER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT INTERNSHIPSEncl 1 Summer Internship Request Form1 PurposeThis goal of this po

tremblay's Recent Documents

NTERCULTURAL
NTERCULTURAL

IKNOWLEDGE AND COMPETENCE VALUERUBRICor more informationcontact valueaacuorgThe VALUE rubrics were developed by teams of faculty experts representing colleges and universities across the United States

published 0K
The Writing Studio
The Writing Studio

University of South Florida Library Second Floorwritingstudiousfedu 8139748293 wwwusfedu/writingARTICLE USAGEA AN andTHE Thedefinite article THEis used for a variety purposes but writers u

published 0K
wwwmedalsportscom
wwwmedalsportscom

wwwmedalsportscomThe last pageChanges or modi31cations not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user146s authority to operate the equipmentWARNINGThis equipment ha

published 0K
Most companies measure their carbon For us the only way that seemed fa
Most companies measure their carbon For us the only way that seemed fa

KEY P8CALCULATEDP3149 VEJA146s carbon footprint in 2019CALCULATED1 and our officesWe do not produce anything directlydepends on the company146s willingnessdo not release itCALCULATINGGATHERCOMPANYTran

published 1K
CYBERSCIDEPTINST 12192A
CYBERSCIDEPTINST 12192A

02 October 2020CYBER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT INSTRUCTION 12192AFrom Chair Cyber Science DepartmentSubj CYBER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT INTERNSHIPSEncl 1 Summer Internship Request Form1 PurposeThis goal of this po

published 0K
Winners of the Ramadan Quran Competition
Winners of the Ramadan Quran Competition

1440AH/2019ACBeginners LevelBeginners1Winners4 UnderAn-Nasr Al-KafirounAl-KawtharAyra SaiyedAhmed KhasBeginners 2Winners6 Under Al-GhashiyaAws Al-ZuhairiFirstTarek AlsabahiSecondLeen AwadThirdAesha

published 0K
The IsraeliPalestinian Con31ict Is There a Zone of Possible Agreement
The IsraeliPalestinian Con31ict Is There a Zone of Possible Agreement

Robert H Mnookin The answer lies in recognizing two apparently contradictory ideas on the one hand there are a variety of ways to resolve issues that would better serve a majority of Israelis and a ma

published 0K
Memphis Zoo Orangutan Jahe Birth Plan 20152016
Memphis Zoo Orangutan Jahe Birth Plan 20152016

1Adapted from author Meghan Elder Como Park Zoo Markisa also Phoenix Zoo Bess and Philadelphia Zoo TuaOverview01Orangutan Jahe is a Sumatran Orangutan housed presently at the Memphis Zoo She shares t

published 0K
Download Section

Download - The PPT/PDF document "" is the property of its rightful owner. Permission is granted to download and print the materials on this web site for personal, non-commercial use only, and to display it on your personal computer provided you do not modify the materials and that you retain all copyright notices contained in the materials. By downloading content from our website, you accept the terms of this agreement.






Document on Subject : "CYBERSCIDEPTINST 12192A"— Transcript:

1 CYBERSCIDEPTINST 1219.2A 02 October 20
CYBERSCIDEPTINST 1219.2A 02 October 2020 CYBER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT INSTRUCTION 1 219.2A From: Chair, Cyber Science Department Subj: CYBER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT INTERNSHIPS Encl: (1) Summer Internship Request Form 1. Purpose . This goal of this policy is to provide guidance for the Cyber Science Department Internship Program. Background . The Cyber Science D epartment offers a number of internships with industry and government partners for midshipmen majoring in Cyber Operations. The department believes that these opportunities are critical in furthering midshipmen’s learning within the major. T he goal is for all midshipmen ma joring in Cyber Operations to during their time in the major , if desired by the midshipman . 3. Responsibilities . a. Department Chair . The Department Chair is responsible for identifying members of the I nternship C ommittee and designating the Internship Committee Chair . b. Internship Committee . The Internship Committee is chaired by a faculty member in the Cyber Science Department an d comprised of 4 - 5 faculty members of the Cyber Science Department. With the exception of the National Security Agency (NSA), Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), and Navy Cyber Warfare Development Group (NCWDG), which are handled by the Center for C yber Security Studies (CCSS), t he Internship Committee has oversight over all other and is responsible for the planning and coordination of all aspects of the se internships among all stakeholders to include midshipmen, d epartment faculty, CCSS , USNA Internship C oordinator, and Government/Industry sponsors. c. Internship Committee Chair . The Internship Committee Chair is overall responsible for the planning and execution of the Cyber Departmen t Internships. He/she will delegate tasks to committee members and meet at least once monthly with the committee. The C ommittee C hair shall also keep the Department C hair apprised of the status of committee activities via the Committee Monthly Activity R eport (CMAR) . The Committee Chair shall be responsible for the creation and execution of a summer Cyber Internship Watch Officer (CIWO) watchbill, whose throughou t the summer. The Committee Chair shall provide training to anyone appearing on the CIWO watchbill. Also, the C ommittee C hair shall be the d epartment’s direct liaison with the USNA I nternship C oordinator. d. Cyber Internship Watch Officer. The Cyber Internship Watch Officer (CIWO) is a military officer responsible for providing timely decision - making and coordination for, and oversight of, issues that reg

2 ularly arise during the course of summer
ularly arise during the course of summer internships. Examples include permission to switch hotels, changing start/finish dates, negotiating with hotels about unexpected parking fees, or disciplinary issues that might arise. The CIWO shall coordinate closely with the Education al Technician, Internship Committee Chair, Departmental Leadership, an d other relevant USNA entities as required. e . Education al Technician . The Cyber Science Education al Technician (Ed Tech) will s upport the Internship Committee as the Defense Travel System ( DTS ) coordinator for the internships to include travel authorization creation and voucher submission for midshipmen. The Ed Tech shall coordinate with the CIWO on any non - routine issues that arise throughout an internship. Additionally, the Ed Tech will work with Internship Committee members to generate Internship Trip Request Forms (ITRF). 4. Qualifications . Midshipmen wishing to be selected for a Cyber Internship must apply via the Internship A pplication sent out by the Cyber Science Internship Coordinator . Midshipmen not in the Cyber Science D epartment can apply for internships, but preference i s given to midshipmen within the Cyber Operations major. Midshipmen 4/C are eligible to apply for Cyber internships, but they must select Cyber Operations as their major. 5. Timeline . To ensure the proper execution for internships , the I nternship C ommittee must coordinate among a number of stakehold ers to include midshipmen, USNA Internship Coordinator, CC S S Staff, and Government/Industry Sponsors. The following is a timeline for the internship process leading up execution of the internships in the summer and activities critical to the program’s succ ess: a. August: i. Proposed new internship s due to the I nternship C ommittee by 01 August. Faculty wishing to propose new internships must fill out enclosure (1) online located at https://forms.gle/xAa5AdaDoMEctSn49 by 01 August of each calendar year to be considered for the following calendar year internships. The Internship Committee will submit recommendations for new i nternsh ips to the Department Chair for coordination with CCCS Staff. ii. Internship C ommittee condu cts review of existing internships to determine if those internships should be conducted again. iii. Submit proposed internship list to Department Chair for coordination with CCSS and approval by 31 August. b. September: i. USNA Internship C oordinator will send Department Internship C oordinators the Internship Proposal Form. The purpose of the Internship Proposal F orm is to propose

3 upcoming summer internships to include t
upcoming summer internships to include the project tasks, number of midshipmen they can support, and also the blocks in which they can support. The Department I nternship C oordinator will send the form to the industry and government partners who are on the approved Cyber Science Department i nternship list. ii. Once forms are completed , they are submitted to the USNA Internship Coordinator for review, and the Superintendent's bo ard approves or disapproves the internship. c. November - December: i. USNA Internship C oordinator will promulgate the list of internships approved by the Superintendent’s board to the Cyber Science Department Internship Coordinator. ii. The Cyber Science Department Internship Coordinator will assign each committee member internships on the lis t for which they will be responsible for coordinating with the Industry/Government sponsor. iii. Cyber Science Department Internship Coordinator will notify Government/Industry sponsor s of the results of the Superintendent’s review board in regards to approva l/disapproval. iv. The Cyber Science Department Internship Coordinator will solicit applications from midshipmen in the Cyber Operations major and post the application and internship application notice on the Cyber Science Department website. Internship inf ormation such as description, location, requirements, etc. will also be updated on the Cyber Science Department w ebsite by designated Internship C ommittee members . d. January: i. Department Internship Committee members will review midshipmen applications for their assigned internships and nominate midshipmen for selection. The Internship Committee Chair will deconflict and finalize selected midshipmen for the internships. ii. Committee members for each of their assigned internships will send ou t to selected midshipmen an internship offer and the midshipmen must accept or decline the internship offer within three calendar days. e. February: i. Department Internship C ommittee Chair submits final midshipmen to internship pairings to the USNA I nternship C oordinator. ii. The USNA Internship Coordinator provides the names to Professional Development and ultimate feedback to department Internship coordinators for summer traini ng deconfliction. The committee will exercise best effort to resolve conflicts . f. March to April: i. Department Internship C ommittee members will have the midshipmen for their assigned internships generate a resume. Once resumes are received, they are to be sent to the government and industry partners along with the dates the midshipmen will be

4 conducting the internship. ii. Dep
conducting the internship. ii. Department Internship C ommittee members will work with the Cyber Science Department Ed Tech to generate the Internship Trip Request Forms (ITRFs) for their assigned internships and submit the forms to the Department Internship C ommittee chair. The I nternship C ommittee C hair will work with the USNA Internship C oordinator who approves the ITRFs. iii. Once ITRFs are approved, the Department Internship C ommittee C hair will provide forms to the Cyber Department Ed T ech to create DTS authorization s for midshipmen travel. iv. Internship Committee Chair shall produce a CIWO watchbill covering the internship season and conduct a training session for members assigned. g. May to July: i. Assigned committee members will be responsible for pre and post internship requirements such as clearances, travel document s , and after - action reports and also any issues that come up during the internship. ii. CIWO w atchbill is executed. iii. Midshipmen conduct internships. iv. Ed Tech ensures completion of all travel vouchers upon midshipmen’s return from the internship. 6. Records Management . a. Records created as a result of this instruction, regardless of format or media, must be maintained and dispositioned for the standard subject identification codes (SSIC) 1000 through 13000 series per the records disposition schedules located on the Department of the Navy/Assistant for Administration (DON/AA), Directiv es and Records Management Division (DRMD) portal page at https://portal.secnav.navy.mil/orgs/DUSNM/DONAA/DRM/Records - and - Information - Management/Approved%20Record%20Schedules/Forms/AllItems.aspx. b. For questions concerning the management of records relate d to this instruction or the records disposition schedules, please contact your local records manager or the DON/AA DRMD program office. 7. Review and Effective Date . The Chair of the Cyber Science Department will review this instruction annually on the anniversary of the effective date to ensure applicability, currency, and consistency with Federal, DoD, SECNAV, and Navy policy and statutory authority using OPNAV 5215/40 Review of Instruction. This instruction will automatically expire five years after the effective date unless reissued or otherwise canceled prior to the five - year anniversary date, or an extension has been granted. J. L. CAROLAND CAPT USN CAROLAND.JAMES.L.1065021370 Digitally signed by CAROLAND.JAMES.L.1065021370 DN: c=US, o=U.S. Government, cn=CAROLAND.JAMES.L.1065021370 Date: 2020.10.02 19:46:22 -04'00'