Documentation Specialist

Job Locations US-VA-Mclean
Information Technology
Regular Full-Time


The Documentation Specialist shall assist attorneys with strategies for organizing documents in the database and conduct relevancy

and privilege reviews and create privilege logs and Vaughn indices.

  • Code documents for issue and privilege and develop fact and witness evidence to support or debunk legal issues.
  • Identify documents responsive to discovery, FOIA, or Congressional Requests and develop alternative lines of inquiry in investigations.
  • Redact documents with respect to privilege. proprietary, and personally identifiable information.
  • Work under the direction of the TOPM. 


Minimum Requirements: 

  • Three years relevant experience in e-Discovery required.
  • Experienced with COTS e-Discovery software to review and analyze data around litigation, investigations, government requests, etc.
  • Knowledge of governance and storage of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) that is collected or copied from native locations in compliance with federal laws, including the E-Government Act and Privacy Act.
  • Expertise in governing information pursuant to industry standards.
  • Broad experience in the preservation of metadata.
  • Project Management certification is helpful but not required.
  • Must possess IT-II security clearance or have a current National Agency Check with Local Agency Check and Credit Check (NACLC) at time of proposal submission.
  • DoD Approved 8570 Baseline Certification Category IAM Level I


Minimum Education: 

  • BS or BA degree or four (4) additional years of related experience.


Highly Desired Skills: 

  • Certified eDiscovery Specialist (CEDS).


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