Privacy Analyst, TechOp Solutions, Washington, DC, United States

Successfully support the Department of Homeland Security in ensuring that privacy considerations and protections are comprehensively integrated into DHS programs, policies and procedures.


  • Privacy Compliance; FOIA Processing Support; Privacy and Policy Oversight.
  • Review Privacy Compliance documentation, including Privacy Threshold Analysis (PTAs), Social Media Operational Use Templates (SMOUTs), System of Record Notices (SORNs), and Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs).
    • Review and analyze operational and proposed Component systems in order to identify real/potential privacy risks, and develop mitigation strategies.
  • Manage the editorial process, including the drafting, review, and revision of Component Privacy Office Compliance documentation.
    • Establishing timelines and deadlines to ensure that coverage is in place before a program goes live, or in the case of already operational systems, the Authority to Operate expires.
  • Facilitate communications/workflow between senior Component-level Privacy personnel and the DHS Privacy Office.
    • Identify Compliance gaps and define requirements to ensure that Components/programs/systems are compliant with DHS privacy policies, procedures, and legal statutes.
    • Establish Component/programmatic priorities.
    • Provide guidance on remediation/courses of action.
  • Provide staff-level support to the Compliance Director and Chief Privacy Officer during inter-Agency meetings.

Other work assignments may include:

  • Evaluating DHS programs and activities for compliance with privacy and disclosure laws
  • Drafting guidance and issue papers related to privacy and the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
  • Conduct documents analysis
  • Assisting with privacy complaints and incidents in accordance with federal and DHS privacy policies and procedures
  • Processing FOIA and Privacy Act Requests
  • Review Privacy Impact Assessments and System of Record Notices
  • Attending meetings with Senior level Privacy Office officials
  • Providing conference and meeting support.


  • Bachelor degree from accredited college or university required
  • Prior experience with Privacy Compliance
  • CIPP Certification a plus
  • 4+ years of experience
  • Applicants selected must have a completed NACLC investigation and corresponding active DoD clearance

Application Submission Information:

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