SC3 is a leading provider of high-end mission support, consulting and technology solutions to the federal government in defense, intelligence, and civil markets, and to major corporations and nonprofit organizations. SC3’s national security efforts reach across the intelligence community and Department of Defense, providing full life-cycle operational and cyber support and differentiated capabilities to meet our customer’s challenging mission.
In addition to our government services area, SC3 provides cutting-edge competitive intelligence and strategic management consulting to commercial clients. Private industry leaders from the financial, health care, manufacturing and other sectors turn to SC3 to ensure that they have access to the most relevant, current, and strategically important information – not only to grow their businesses, but also to protect them.
The Policy Division executes the mission by designing the regulatory and enforcement framework that protects the U.S. financial system from money laundering, terrorist financing, and other illicit finance. The Client conceives, develops, and drafts Anti-Money Laundering and Illicit Finance rules, interpretive or implementation guidance, administrative rulings, and advisories that enable its industry stakeholders to protect the domestic financial system.
Selected personnel must possess the technical capabilities to assist with a broad range of activities pertaining to the federal rulemaking process, including development of proposed rules, composing guidance, and responding to complex correspondence such as requests for administrative rulings. Assignments will include researching policy issues and may include drafting policy papers, briefing documents, proposed regulations, or regulatory amendments. This requires familiarity with the federal regulatory process, attention to detail, time management, and superior writing and editing skills.
Research tasks will require general research capabilities for online searches, including regulatory databases, Lexis Nexis, regulations.gov, and Federal Register information, among others.
Regulatory processes will require assisting with the collection, organization, and evaluation of information. This information provides the substantive support to develop regulations, produce guidance documents, and issue administrative rulings. In addition, support may involve drafting various documents in support of guidance and administrative rulings including, but not limited to, letters and memoranda, preparing for and conducting meetings and briefings, and preparing draft regulations.
Personnel may be asked to: