Career Opportunities
Information Technology Specialist

If you’re into IT, this is where you want to be. Because if it’s run by a computer, and our military use it, DCMA procured and approved the software.

As an IT Specialist at DCMA, you’ll work at the cutting edge of your field. You’ll be responsible for the successful design, development, testing, and implementation of state-of-the-art software systems for Defense, non-Defense, and foreign government customers. You may even find yourself in James Bond territory, working on highly classified material.

We’re talking serious software–everything from satellite controls to weapons systems to logistics. You’ll be tasked with providing technical surveillance of contractor systems and software controls, as well as verifying and validating software metrics.

Apply NowThere’s a lot on the line here. Your advice and opinions will be valued to the point where you may be asked to share them with Congressional decision makers.

As with any IT careers, it will be critical that you keep your skills up-to-date, and DCMA will do its part to make sure you have access to all the continuing education you need–special training seminars, Government work groups, industry-wide conferences. A big part of your reward is being with the best of the best. An even bigger part is knowing how essential you are to our men and women in uniform.

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What Some DCMA Information Technology
Specialists Say About the Position
“There’s a lot on the line here—after all, we’re working for the
Department of Defense. Basically, we’re helping to defend the country. It’s a great feeling to have as you end your day
at work.”

“DCMA makes sure that I get all the advanced training I need.
State-of-the-art and best-in-class are two phrases you hear a
lot around here.”

“This doesn’t relate directly to what I do, but the benefits are
exceptional. Increasingly, I see this as something to value—
for my family as much as for myself.”