1.1.1. Provide networking support, including:Act as the lead designer of the IP network architecture of the lab infrastructure(s) and prototypes developed in collaboration with the project teams
1.1.3. Provide technical support for the design, implementation, operation and training on the different Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) systems and other virtualization technologies as well as boot from Local Area Network (LAN) systems
1.1.5. Provide support for the identification of data storage systems meeting the project requirements & constraints, prepare system specifications to support the procurement process and review technical justification(s), upon system delivery perform system setup, maintenance, operation & training for Storage Area Network (SAN/NAS/JBOD) related technologies
1.1.6. Provide support for the identification of security appliances meeting the project requirements & constraints, prepare system specifications to support the procurement process and review technical justification(s), upon system delivery perform system setup, maintenance, operation & training for security appliances including but not limited to In-line Network Encryption, IP Security/tunneling, Cross Domain Solutions (CDS)/High Assurance Guards, firewalls, authentication systems, Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems (IDS/IPS), self-encryption drives/disk encryption software
1.1.7. Provide support on wireless/radio networking devices including but not limited to secure WiFi, Common Data Links (CDL), Tactical Data Links (TDL), mesh radios, SATCOM, Free Space Optical (FSO) Communication
1.2. During networking duties lull, provide software application development support, including:
220.127.116.11. Video Streaming (STANAG 4609 Metadata data streams format transformations and SMPTE-2022-6 and/or SMPTE-2110-TR-03 video stream decapsulation, display, storage & API development enabling image processing via third party applications);
18.104.22.168. Symbology integration in different GIS tools to facilitate understanding of the situation by operators (Situation Awareness (SA)) and enable sensor cross-cueing.
1.2.3. Analyze the problems outlined by the systems analysts/designers in terms of such factors as style and extent of information to be transferred to and from storage units, variety of items to be processed, extent of sorting, and format of final printed results;
1.2.7. Develop, test and implement small computer systems, and sub-systems of larger systems;
1.3. Provide technical support on any other aspects of the lab and prototypes computing & communication systems as directed by the TA, including without being limited to:
1.3.1. Contribute to requirements identification/clarification activities, which include the formulation, documentation, maintenance and, verification and validation (V&V) of technical requirements. This may include any of the following sub-tasks:
1.3.2. Identification of applicable standards against which a system or laboratory is to be developed and/or modified. If there are no published standards for a given design activity, the planning stage may include the drafting of new standards;
1.3.5. Support Technical Investigation and Engineering Studies (TIES);
1.3.8. Implement Lab functionality that will replicate developmental avionics & computing systems for eventual implementation on specific aircraft fleets. Proper implementation of Lab functionality will consist of the detailed development of mission system software and design documentation taking into consideration the Technical Airworthiness Program (TAP), software standards and industry practices for avionics systems; and
1.4. Provide networking & virtualization Subject Matter Expert (SME) advice and technical support for other related activities as agreed upon between the TA and the Contractor (e.g.: train end-users and newly involved stakeholders, provide technical documentation to other stakeholders, attend relevant meetings/conferences and share findings with the project team members, provide assistance with networking appliances, inventory tracking).
· Must hold a College Diploma or University Degree in an Information Technology related domain (e.g.: Computer Science Network Management) with a specialization in networking. If an equivalency is invoked, it must be from a Canadian post-secondary education institution*.
*To be considered acceptable by Canada, each diploma must be from a recognized Canadian university or college. The list of recognized organizations is posted on the Web site of the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials at the following address: http://cicic.ca.
The proposed resource must demonstrate a minimum of five (5) years of practical experience in the last ten (10) years as Network Analyst as part of an organization of at least twenty (20) employees and hold a valid CCNA certification.
· Must have a minimum of six (6) months of practical experience in networks configuration/maintenance domain.
Offerors must complete Attachment «3» and provide a minimum of one reference from a client who can attest for the
(6) months practical experience in networks configuration/maintenance domain.