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									                                                                                  9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                                   Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                            Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                              Website: www.dstincorporated.com




                     General Services Administration
                        Federal Supply Schedule

            Authorized Federal Supply Schedule Price List
                                 for
             LOGISTICS WORLDWIDE SERVICES
                          (LOGWORLD)
                            Federal Supply Group: 874
                                   Class: R706

 On-line access to contract ordering information, terms and conditions, up-to-date pricing, and
  the option to create an electronic delivery order are available trough GSA Advantage!™, a
       menu-driven database system. The INTERNET address for GSA Advantage!™ is:
                                    http://www.fss.gsa.gov.




                        Contract Number: GS-10F-0324P
                 Contract PoP: May 13, 2009 through May 12, 2014

                   Data Solutions & Technology Incorporated
                         9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                           Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                       Website: www.dstincorporated.com
                               Ph: 301-583-3500
                            Toll Free: 888-417-1483
                              Fax: 301-583-3509
                 Contract Administration: Deborah Scott Thomas
               E-mail: deborah.scott.thomas@dstincorporated.com
                   Business Size: Veteran and Woman Owned
                            Through Refresh #6 and Modification PS-0011




LOGWORLD Schedule No: GS-10F-0324P                         “Developing Solutions for Tomorrow”       1
                                                                               February 2, 2010
                                                                             9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                              Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                       Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                         Website: www.dstincorporated.com




                  CUSTOMER INFORMATION
1a. Table of awarded special item
number(s) with appropriate cross-reference       7. Quantity discounts: 1% BPA of one year
to item descriptions and awarded price(s):       or longer.
874-501, 874-503, 874-504 and 874-507.
                                                 8. Prompt payment terms:          2%/15 days,
1b. Identification of the lowest priced          Net 30
model number and lowest unit price for that
model for each special item number awarded       9a. Notification that Government purchase
in the contract.        This price is the        cards are accepted at or below the micro-
Government price based on a unit of one,         purchase threshold: Yes.
exclusive of any quantity/dollar volume,
prompt payment, or any other concession          9b. Notification    whether    Government
affecting price. Those contracts that have       purchase cards are accepted or not accepted
unit prices based on the geographic location     above the micro-purchase threshold: Will
of the customer, should show the range of        accept over $2,500.
the lowest price, and cite the areas to which
the prices apply. N/A                            10. Foreign items (list items by country of
                                                 origin): None.
1c. If the Contractor is proposing hourly
rates, a description of all corresponding        11a. Time of delivery. (Contractor insert
commercial job titles, experience, functional    number of days): Specified in Task Order.
responsibility and education for those types
of employees or subcontractors who will          11b. Expedited Delivery. The Contractor
perform services shall be provided. If           will insert the sentence “Items available for
hourly rates are not applicable, indicate “Not   expedited delivery are noted in this price
applicable” for this item.                       list.” under this heading. The Contractor
                                                 may use a symbol of its choosing to
2. Maximum order: $1,000,000                     highlight items in its price lists that have
                                                 expedited delivery: Contact Administrator.
3. Minimum order:     $300

4. Geographic coverage (delivery area):          11c. Overnight and 2-day delivery. The
   Domestic and Overseas.                        Contractor will indicate whether overnight
                                                 and 2-day delivery are available. Also, the
5. Point(s) of production (city, county, and     Contractor will indicate that the schedule
State or foreign country): Same as company       customer may contact the Contractor for
address.                                         rates for overnight and 2-day delivery:
                                                 Contact Administrator.
6. Government net prices (discount already
deducted). See price list starting on page 4.


LOGWORLD Schedule No: GS-10F-0324P                    “Developing Solutions for Tomorrow”       2
                                                                          February 2, 2010
                                                                           9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                            Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                     Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                       Website: www.dstincorporated.com


11d. Urgent Requirements. The Contractor       20a. Terms and conditions for any other
will note in its price list the “Urgent        services (if applicable): N/A
Requirements” clause of its contract and
advise agencies that they can also contact     21. List of service and distribution points (if
the Contractor's representative to effect a    applicable): N/A
faster delivery: Contact Administrator.
                                               22. List of participating          dealers      (if
12. F.O.B. point(s): Destination               applicable): N/A

13a. Ordering address(es):         Same   as   23. Preventive maintenance (if applicable):
company address.                               N/A

13b. Ordering procedures: For supplies and     24a. Special     attributes    such     as
services,   the    ordering    procedures,     environmental attributes (e.g., recycled
information     on    Blanket     Purchase     content, energy efficiency, and/or reduced
Agreements (BPA's), and a sample BPA can       pollutants): N/A
be found at the GSA/FSS Schedule
homepage (fss.gsa.gov/schedules).              24b. If applicable, indicate that Section 508
                                               compliance information is available on
14. Payment address(es): Same as company       Electronic and Information Technology
address.                                       (EIT) supplies and services and show where
                                               full details can be found (e.g. contractor's
15. Warranty provision:      DST standard      website or other location.)         The EIT
commercial warranty.                           standards      can      be      found      at:
                                               www.Section508.gov/.
16. Export packing charges, if applicable:
N/A                                            25. Data Universal Number                   System
                                               (DUNS) number: 94-7382842
17. Terms and conditions of Government
purchase card acceptance (any thresholds       26. Notification regarding registration in
above the micro-purchase level): Contact       Central Contractor Registration (CCR)
Administrator.                                 database.
                                                Registered
18. Terms and conditions of rental,
maintenance, and repair (if applicable): N/A

19. Terms and conditions of installation (if
applicable): N/A

20. Terms and conditions of repair parts
indicating date of parts price lists and any
discounts from list prices (if applicable):
N/A



LOGWORLD Schedule No: GS-10F-0324P                  “Developing Solutions for Tomorrow”         3
                                                                        February 2, 2010
                                                                               9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                                Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                         Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                           Website: www.dstincorporated.com




           USA COMMITMENT TO PROMOTE SMALL BUSINESS
              PARTICIPATION PROCUREMENT PROGRAMS

PREAMBLE

Data Solutions & Technology provides management, technical, IT, and logistics support services
to the Federal Government. We are committed to promoting participation of small, small
disadvantaged, woman-owned small businesses in our contracts. We pledge to provide
opportunities to the small business community through reselling opportunities, mentor-protégé
programs, joint ventures, teaming arrangements, and subcontracting.

COMMITMENT

To actively seek and partner with small businesses.

To identify, qualify, mentor and develop small, small disadvantaged and women-owned small
businesses by purchasing from these businesses whenever practical.

To develop and promote company policy initiatives that demonstrates our support for awarding
contracts and subcontracts to small business concerns.

To undertake significant efforts to determine the potential of small, small disadvantaged and
women-owned small business to supply products and services to our company.

To insure procurement opportunities are designed to permit the maximum possible participation
of small, small disadvantaged and women-owned small businesses.

To attend business opportunity workshops, minority business enterprise seminars, trade fairs,
procurement conferences, etc., to identify and increase small businesses with whom to partner.

To publicize in our marketing publications our interest in meeting small businesses that may be
interested in subcontracting opportunities.

We signify our commitment to work in partnership with small, small disadvantaged and women-
owned small businesses to promote and increase their participation in Federal Government
contracts. To accelerate potential opportunities please contact Ms. Jeanine Stallworth, (301)
583-3500 ext. 234, Jstallworth@dstincorporated.com or by fax at (301) 583-3509.




LOGWORLD Schedule No: GS-10F-0324P                      “Developing Solutions for Tomorrow”       4
                                                                            February 2, 2010
                                                                                9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                                 Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                          Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                            Website: www.dstincorporated.com




         DATA SOLUTIONS & TECHNOLOGY INCORPORATED
                  BASE HOURLY LABOR RATES
               SIN(s): 874-501, 874-503, 874-504, 874-507

 Labor
Category
Number                  DST Labor Category                           2010 Rates Per Hour
    1    Program Manager V                                                 $130.00
    2    Program Manager IV                                                $115.49
    3    Program Manager III                                               $106.08
    4    Program Manager II                                                 $86.81
    5    Program Manager I                                                  $64.83
    6    Project Manager V                                                  $66.73
    7    Project Manager IV                                                 $57.20
    8    Project Manager III                                                $51.82
    9    Project Manager II                                                 $48.20
   10    Project Manager I                                                  $45.03
   11    Assistant Project Manager III                                      $48.04
   12    Assistant Project Manager II                                       $44.05
   13    Assistant Project Manager I                                        $42.12
   14    Task Manager III                                                   $51.82
   15    Task Manager II                                                    $48.20
   16    Task Manager I                                                     $45.03
   17    Subject Matter Expert IV                                          $206.58
   18    Subject Matter Expert III                                         $176.79
   19    Subject Matter Expert II                                          $147.33
   20    Subject Matter Expert I                                           $118.87
   21    Management Analyst IV                                              $58.84
   22    Management Analyst III                                             $53.93
   23    Management Analyst II                                              $50.07
   24    Management Analyst I                                               $45.42
   25    Trainer IV                                                        $221.58
   26    Trainer III                                                       $206.56
   27    Trainer II                                                        $176.79
   28    Trainer I                                                         $159.11
   29    Business Process Reengineering Specialist III                     $112.80
   30    Business Process Reengineering Specialist II                       $93.19




LOGWORLD Schedule No: GS-10F-0324P                       “Developing Solutions for Tomorrow”       5
                                                                             February 2, 2010
                                                                              9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                               Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                        Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                          Website: www.dstincorporated.com




         DATA SOLUTIONS & TECHNOLOGY INCORPORATED
                  BASE HOURLY LABOR RATES
               SIN(s): 874-501, 874-503, 874-504, 874-507

 Labor
Category
Number                   DST Labor Category                        2010 Rates Per Hour
   31    Business Process Reengineering Specialist I                     $84.70
   32    Configuration Management Specialist III                         $98.80
   33    Configuration Management Specialist II                          $84.70
   34    Configuration Management Specialist I                           $70.02
   35    Quality Assurance Specialist III                                $68.40
   36    Quality Assurance Specialist II                                 $61.11
   37    Quality Assurance Specialist I                                  $51.62
   38    Logistician III                                                 $63.78
   39    Logistician II                                                  $55.40
   40    Logistician I                                                   $47.00
   41    Logistics Analyst III                                           $136.45
   42    Logistics Analyst II                                            $112.80
   43    Logistics Analyst I                                             $84.70
   44    Legacy Systems Analyst III                                      $65.83
   45    Legacy Systems Analyst II                                       $56.15
   46    Legacy Systems Analyst I                                        $45.35
   47    Transportation/Operations Specialist III                        $75.59
   48    Transportation/Operations Specialist II                         $58.31
   49    Transportation/Operations Specialist I                          $51.83
   50    Traffic/Freight Specialist III                                  $66.94
   51    Traffic/Freight Specialist II                                   $53.99
   52    Traffic/Freight Specialist I                                    $45.35
   53    CDL Truck Driver III**                                          $40.47
   54    CDL Truck Driver II**                                           $36.40
   55    CDL Truck Driver I**                                            $34.84
   56    Truck Driver III**                                              $35.36
   57    Truck Driver II**                                               $33.09
   58    Truck Driver I**                                                $30.16
   59    Van Driver**                                                    $29.27
   60    Forklift Operator III**                                         $36.71




LOGWORLD Schedule No: GS-10F-0324P                     “Developing Solutions for Tomorrow”       6
                                                                           February 2, 2010
                                                                    9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                     Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                              Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                Website: www.dstincorporated.com




         DATA SOLUTIONS & TECHNOLOGY INCORPORATED
                  BASE HOURLY LABOR RATES
               SIN(s): 874-501, 874-503, 874-504, 874-507

 Labor
Category
Number                  DST Labor Category               2010 Rates Per Hour
   61    Forklift Operator II**                                $33.95
   62    Forklift Operator I**                                 $31.49
   63    Courier III**                                         $28.61
   64    Courier II**                                          $27.00
   65    Courier I**                                           $23.75
   66    Parking Attendant III**                               $38.44
   67    Parking Attendant II**                                $30.79
   68    Parking Attendant I**                                 $21.14
   69    Operations Manager III                                $67.49
   70    Operations Manager II                                 $58.31
   71    Operations Manager I                                  $53.99
   72    Operations Supervisor III                             $54.19
   73    Operations Supervisor II                              $48.52
   74    Operations Supervisor I                               $43.36
   75    Warehouse Manager III                                 $67.49
   76    Warehouse Manager II                                  $58.31
   77    Warehouse Manager I                                   $53.99
   78    Warehouse Specialist III**                            $37.50
   79    Warehouse Specialist II**                             $36.18
   80    Warehouse Specialist I**                              $33.69
   81    Shipping & Receiving Clerk III**                      $37.44
   82    Shipping & Receiving Clerk II**                       $34.84
   83    Shipping & Receiving Clerk I**                        $33.11
   84    Shipping Clerk III**                                  $36.40
   85    Shipping Clerk II**                                   $34.32
   86    Shipping Clerk I**                                    $32.76
   87    Receiving Clerk III**                                 $35.88
   88    Receiving Clerk II**                                  $33.28
   89    Receiving Clerk II**                                  $31.91
   90    Mover/Material Handler IV**                           $41.60




LOGWORLD Schedule No: GS-10F-0324P           “Developing Solutions for Tomorrow”       7
                                                                 February 2, 2010
                                                                            9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                             Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                      Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                        Website: www.dstincorporated.com




         DATA SOLUTIONS & TECHNOLOGY INCORPORATED
                  BASE HOURLY LABOR RATES
               SIN(s): 874-501, 874-503, 874-504, 874-507

 Labor
Category
Number                 DST Labor Category                        2010 Rates Per Hour
   91    Mover/Material Handler III**                                  $35.42
   92    Mover/Material Handler II**                                   $29.27
   93    Mover/Material Handler I**                                    $27.20
   94    Supply Distribution/Stockroom Manager III                     $51.83
   95    Supply Distribution/Stockroom Manager II                      $45.35
   96    Supply Distribution/Stockroom Manager I                       $41.03
   97    Inventory Manager III                                         $45.35
   98    Inventory Manager II                                          $41.03
   99    Inventory Manager I                                           $34.55
  100 Supply Clerk III**                                               $34.55
  101 Supply Clerk II**                                                $30.23
  102 Supply Clerk I**                                                 $25.92
  103 Database Administrator III                                       $78.31
  104 Database Administrator II                                        $64.22
  105 Database Administrator I                                         $54.08
  106 Electronics/Hardware Specialist III**                            $43.19
  107 Electronics/Hardware Specialist II**                             $36.71
  108 Electronics/Hardware Specialist I**                              $32.40
  109 Mechanical Specialist III**                                      $43.19
  110 Mechanical Specialist II**                                       $36.71
  111 Mechanical Specialist I**                                        $32.40
  112 Systems Analyst IV**                                             $72.92
  113 Systems Analyst III**                                            $70.53
  114 Systems Analyst II**                                             $58.14
  115 Systems Analyst I**                                              $48.61
  116 Programmer Analyst IV**                                          $71.64
  117 Programmer Analyst III**                                         $62.59
  118 Programmer Analyst II**                                          $53.11
  119 Programmer Analyst I**                                           $44.72
  120 Customer Support Technician III**                                $59.43




LOGWORLD Schedule No: GS-10F-0324P                   “Developing Solutions for Tomorrow”       8
                                                                         February 2, 2010
                                                                                9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                                 Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                          Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                            Website: www.dstincorporated.com




          DATA SOLUTIONS & TECHNOLOGY INCORPORATED
                   BASE HOURLY LABOR RATES
                SIN(s): 874-501, 874-503, 874-504, 874-507

  Labor
 Category
 Number              DST Labor Category                              2010 Rates Per Hour
   121 Customer Support Technician II**                                    $44.67
   122 Customer Support Technician I**                                     $40.57
   123 Technical Writer/Editor III**                                       $82.74
   124 Technical Writer/Editor II**                                        $68.73
   125 Technical Writer/Editor I**                                         $50.92
   126 Web Master III                                                      $76.32
   127 Web Master II                                                       $67.53
   128 Web Master I                                                        $59.40
   129 Graphics Specialist III                                             $51.10
   130 Graphics Specialist II                                              $48.78
   131 Graphics Specialist I                                               $45.94
   132 Administrative Assistant IV**                                       $42.63
   133 Administrative Assistant III**                                      $37.64
   134 Administrative Assistant II**                                       $35.35
   135 Administrative Assistant I**                                        $31.51
   136 General Clerk IV**                                                  $40.47
   137 General Clerk III**                                                 $33.28
   138 General Clerk II**                                                  $28.60
   139 General Clerk I**                                                   $25.22
   140 Data Entry Clerk IV**                                               $37.44
   141 Data Entry Clerk III**                                              $31.72
   142 Data Entry Clerk II**                                               $27.65
   143 Data Entry Clerk I**                                                $23.40
   144 Lead Assemblyman                                                    $31.20
   145 Power Collator                                                      $42.59
   146 Cleaning Crewman**                                                  $24.96
   147 Accounting Clerk IV**                                               $41.60
   148 Accounting Clerk III**                                              $39.52
   149 Accounting Clerk II**                                               $36.40
   150 Accounting Clerk I**                                                $31.20

**Indicates SCA eligible categories. See the SCA Matrix following the price list for additional
information regarding these labor categories.

LOGWORLD Schedule No: GS-10F-0324P                       “Developing Solutions for Tomorrow”       9
                                                                             February 2, 2010
                                                                                          9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                                           Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                                    Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                                      Website: www.dstincorporated.com




                         Data Solutions & Technology Incorporated
                          LOGWORLD Schedule GS-10F-0324P
                                        SCA Matrix

  SCA Eligible Contract Labor Category             SCA Equivalent Code - Title                WD Number
General Clerk IV                         01113 General Clerk III                               05-2103
General Clerk III                        01113 General Clerk III                               05-2103
General Clerk II                         01112 General Clerk II                                05-2103
General Clerk I                          01111 General Clerk I                                 05-2103
Courier III                              31043 Driver Courier                                  05-2103
Courier II                               31043 Driver Courier                                  05-2103
Courier I                                31043 Driver Courier                                  05-2103
Administrative Assistant IV              01020 Administrative Assistant                        05-2103
Administrative Assistant III             01020 Administrative Assistant                        05-2103
Administrative Assistant II              01020 Administrative Assistant                        05-2103
Administrative Assistant I               01020 Administrative Assistant                        05-2103
Supply Clerk III                         21150 Stock Clerk (Shelf Stocker; Store Worker II)    05-2103
Supply Clerk II                          21150 Stock Clerk (Shelf Stocker; Store Worker II)      05-2103
Supply Clerk I                           21150 Stock Clerk (Shelf Stocker; Store Worker II)      05-2103
Mechanical Specialist III                23550 Machinery Maintenance Mechanic                    05-2103
Mechanical Specialist II                 23550 Machinery Maintenance Mechanic                    05-2103
Mechanical Specialist I                  23550 Machinery Maintenance Mechanic                    05-2103
Mover/Material Handler IV                21040 Material Expediter                                05-2103
Mover/Material Handler III               21050 Material Handling Laborer                         05-2103
Mover/Material Handler II                21050 Material Handling Laborer                         05-2103
Mover/Material Handler I                 21050 Material Handling Laborer                         05-2103
Forklift Operator III                    21020 Forklift Operator                                 05-2103
Forklift Operator II                     21020 Forklift Operator                                 05-2103
Forklift Operator I                      21020 Forklift Operator                                 05-2103
Shipping & Receiving Clerk III           21130 Shipping/Receiving Clerk                          05-2103
Shipping & Receiving Clerk II            21130 Shipping/Receiving Clerk                          05-2103
Shipping & Receiving Clerk I             21130 Shipping/Receiving Clerk                          05-2103
Shipping Clerk III                       21130 Shipping/Receiving Clerk                          05-2103
Shipping Clerk II                        21130 Shipping/Receiving Clerk                          05-2103
Shipping Clerk I                         21130 Shipping/Receiving Clerk                          05-2103
Receiving Clerk III                      21130 Shipping/Receiving Clerk                          05-2103
Receiving Clerk II                       21130 Shipping/Receiving Clerk                          05-2103
Receiving Clerk I                        21130 Shipping/Receiving Clerk                          05-2103
CDL Truck Driver III                     31363 Truckdriver, Heavy Truck                          05-2103
CDL Truck Driver II                      31363 Truckdriver, Heavy Truck                          05-2103
CDL Truck Driver I                       31363 Truckdriver, Heavy Truck                          05-2103
Truck Driver III                         31363 Truckdriver, Heavy Truck                          05-2103




LOGWORLD Schedule No: GS-10F-0324P                               “Developing Solutions for Tomorrow”        10
                                                                                     February 2, 2010
                                                                                             9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                                              Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                                       Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                                         Website: www.dstincorporated.com




                         Data Solutions & Technology Incorporated
                          LOGWORLD Schedule GS-10F-0324P
                                        SCA Matrix
  SCA Eligible Contract Labor Category                 SCA Equivalent Code - Title                 WD Number
Truck Driver II                              31362 Truckdriver, Medium Truck                        05-2103
Truck Driver I                               31362 Truckdriver, Medium Truck                        05-2103
Van Driver                                   31030 Bus Driver                                       05-2103
Warehouse Specialist III                     21410 Warehouse Specialist                             05-2103
Warehouse Specialist II                      21410 Warehouse Specialist                             05-2103
Warehouse Specialist I                       21410 Warehouse Specialist                             05-2103
Technical Writer/ Editor III                 30463 Technical Writer III                             05-2103
Technical Writer/ Editor II                  30462 Technical Writer II                              05-2103
Technical Writer/ Editor I                   30461 Technical Writer I                               05-2103
Accounting Clerk IV                          01013 Accounting Clerk III                             05-2103
Accounting Clerk III                         01013 Accounting Clerk III                             05-2103
Accounting Clerk II                          01012 Accounting Clerk II                              05-2103
Accounting Clerk I                           01011 Accounting Clerk I                               05-2103
Cleaning Crewman                             11150 Janitor                                          05-2103
Data Entry Clerk IV                          01052 Data Entry Operator II                           05-2103
Data Entry Clerk III                         01052 Data Entry Operator II                           05-2103
Data Entry Clerk II                          01051 Data Entry Operator I                            05-2103
Data Entry Clerk I                           01051 Data Entry Operator I                            05-2103
Customer Support Technician III              14160 Personal Computer Support Technician             05-2103
Customer Support Technician II               14160 Personal Computer Support Technician             05-2103
Customer Support Technician I                14160 Personal Computer Support Technician             05-2103
Programmer Analyst IV                        14074 Computer Programmer IV                           05-2103
Programmer Analyst III                       14073 Computer Programmer III                          05-2103
Programmer Analyst II                        14073 Computer Programmer II                           05-2103
Programmer Analyst I                         14072 Computer Programmer I                            05-2103
Systems Analyst IV                           14103 Computer Systems Analyst III                     05-2103
Systems Analyst III                          14102 Computer Systems Analyst II                      05-2103
Systems Analyst II                           14102 Computer Systems Analyst II                      05-2103
Systems Analyst I                            14101 Computer Systems Analyst I                       05-2103
Electronics/Hardware Specialist III          23183 Electronics Technician Maintenance III           05-2103
Electronics/Hardware Specialist II           23182 Electronics Technician Maintenance II            05-2103
Electronics/Hardware Specialist I            23181 Electronics Technician Maintenance I             05-2103
Parking Attendant III                        31260 Parking and Lot Attendant                        05-2103
Parking Attendant II                         31260 Parking and Lot Attendant                        05-2103
Parking Attendant I                          31260 Parking and Lot Attendant                        05-2103

“The Service Contract Act (SCA) is applicable to this contract and it includes SCA applicable labor categories. The
prices for the indicated SCA labor categories are based on the U.S. Department of Labor Wage Determination
Number(s) identified in the SCA Matrix. The prices offered are based on the preponderance of where work is
performed and should the contractor perform in an area with lower SCA rates, resulting in lower wages being paid,
the task order prices will be discounted accordingly.”




LOGWORLD Schedule No: GS-10F-0324P                                  “Developing Solutions for Tomorrow”          11
                                                                                        February 2, 2010
                                                                            9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                             Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                      Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                        Website: www.dstincorporated.com




                   DST Labor Category Descriptions

1—Program Manager V                             communicating policies, purposes, and goals
Functional Responsibility:                      of the organization to support staff.
Manages substantial contract support            Responsible    for      overall    contract
operations involving multiple projects.         performance.
Demonstrated expertise in program and/or
systems     management,     planning and        Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
development. Organizes, directs, and            minimum of eight years related experience.
coordinates planning and production of all
contract support activities. Serves as the      3—Program Manager III
contractor’s authorized interface with the      Functional Responsibility:
COTR, government management personnel,          Manages substantial contract support
and     client    agency     representatives.   operations involving multiple projects.
Responsible for formulating and enforcing       Demonstrated expertise in program and/or
work standards, assigning contractor            systems     management,     planning and
schedules, reviewing work discrepancies,        development. Organizes, directs, and
supervising contractor personnel, and           coordinates planning and production of all
communicating policies, purposes, and goals     contract support activities. Serves as the
of the organization to support staff.           contractor’s authorized interface with the
Responsible      for     overall    contract    COTR, government management personnel,
performance.                                    and     client    agency     representatives.
                                                Responsible for formulating and enforcing
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a            work standards, assigning contractor
minimum of ten years related experience.        schedules, reviewing work discrepancies,
                                                supervising contractor personnel, and
2—Program Manager IV                            communicating policies, purposes, and goals
Functional Responsibility:                      of the organization to support staff.
Manages substantial contract support            Responsible      for     overall    contract
operations involving multiple projects.         performance.
Demonstrated expertise in program and/or
systems     management,     planning and        Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or             a
development. Organizes, directs, and            minimum of six years related experience.
coordinates planning and production of all
contract support activities. Serves as the      4—Program Manager II
contractor’s authorized interface with the      Functional Responsibility:
COTR, government management personnel,          Manages substantial contract support
and     client   agency      representatives.   operations involving multiple projects.
Responsible for formulating and enforcing       Demonstrated expertise in program and/or
work standards, assigning contractor            systems    management,     planning and
schedules, reviewing work discrepancies,        development. Organizes, directs, and
supervising contractor personnel, and           coordinates planning and production of all

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                                                                         February 2, 2010
                                                                           9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                            Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                     Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                       Website: www.dstincorporated.com


contract support activities. Serves as the      Officer (CO), the Contracting Officer’s
contractor’s authorized interface with the      Representative    (COR),      government
COTR, government management personnel,          management personnel, and customer
and     client    agency     representatives.   agency representatives. Responsible for
Responsible for formulating and enforcing       formulating and enforcing work standards,
work standards, assigning contractor            assigning schedules, reviewing work
schedules, reviewing work discrepancies,        discrepancies,   supervising    contractor
supervising contractor personnel, and           personnel, and communicating policies,
communicating policies, purposes, and goals     purposes, and goals of the organization to
of the organization to support staff.           subordinates. Responsible for contract
Responsible      for     overall    contract    performance.
performance.
                                                Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a            minimum of ten years related experience.
minimum of four years related experience.
                                                7—Project Manager IV
5—Program Manager I                             Functional Responsibility:
Functional Responsibility:                      Serves as contract manager and authorized
Manages substantial contract support            liaison with the Government Contracting
operations involving multiple projects.         Officer (CO), the Contracting Officer’s
Demonstrated expertise in program and/or        Representative     (COR),     government
systems     management,     planning and        management personnel, and customer
development. Organizes, directs, and            agency representatives. Responsible for
coordinates planning and production of all      formulating and enforcing work standards,
contract support activities. Serves as the      assigning schedules, reviewing work
contractor’s authorized interface with the      discrepancies,    supervising   contractor
COTR, government management personnel,          personnel, and communicating policies,
and     client    agency     representatives.   purposes, and goals of the organization to
Responsible for formulating and enforcing       subordinates. Responsible for contract
work standards, assigning contractor            performance.
schedules, reviewing work discrepancies,
supervising contractor personnel, and           Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a
communicating policies, purposes, and goals     minimum of eight years related experience.
of the organization to support staff.
Responsible      for     overall    contract
performance.                                    8—Project Manager III
                                                Functional Responsibility:
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a            Serves as contract manager and authorized
minimum of two years related experience.        liaison with the Government Contracting
                                                Officer (CO), the Contracting Officer’s
6—Project Manager V                             Representative     (COR),     government
Functional Responsibility:                      management personnel, and customer
Serves as contract manager and authorized       agency representatives. Responsible for
liaison with the Government Contracting         formulating and enforcing work standards,

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                                                                        February 2, 2010
                                                                         9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                          Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                   Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                     Website: www.dstincorporated.com


assigning schedules, reviewing work
discrepancies,   supervising    contractor   Education/Experience:     B.S./B.A. or a
personnel, and communicating policies,       minimum of two years related experience.
purposes, and goals of the organization to
subordinates. Responsible for contract       11—Assistant Project Manager III
performance.                                 Functional Responsibility:
                                             Assists in the performance of all Project
Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a    Manager responsibilities. Experienced in
minimum of six years related experience.     both managerial and technical areas. May be
                                             responsible for individual task orders under
9—Project Manager II                         the supervision of the Project Manager.
Functional Responsibility:                   Demonstrated      experience     to    work
Serves as contract manager and authorized    independently or under
liaison with the Government Contracting
Officer (CO), the Contracting Officer’s      only general direction. Briefs Project
Representative     (COR),     government     Manager on anticipated problems on the
management personnel, and customer           contract and makes recommendations
agency representatives. Responsible for      towards resolving issues.
formulating and enforcing work standards,
assigning schedules, reviewing work          Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or             a
discrepancies,    supervising   contractor   minimum of six years related experience.
personnel, and communicating policies,
purposes, and goals of the organization to   12—Assistant Project Manager II
subordinates. Responsible for contract       Functional Responsibility:
performance.                                 Assists in the performance of all Project
                                             Manager responsibilities. Experienced in
Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a    both managerial and technical areas. May be
minimum of four years related experience.    responsible for individual task orders under
                                             the supervision of the Project Manager.
10—Project Manager I                         Demonstrated      experience     to    work
Functional Responsibility:                   independently or under only general
Serves as contract manager and authorized    direction. Briefs Project Manager on
liaison with the Government Contracting      anticipated problems on the contract and
Officer (CO), the Contracting Officer’s      makes recommendations towards resolving
Representative     (COR),     government     issues.
management personnel, and customer
agency representatives. Responsible for      Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
formulating and enforcing work standards,    minimum of four years related experience.
assigning schedules, reviewing work
discrepancies,    supervising   contractor   13—Assistant Project Manager I
personnel, and communicating policies,       Functional Responsibility:
purposes, and goals of the organization to   Assists in the performance of all Project
subordinates. Responsible for contract       Manager responsibilities. Experienced in
performance.                                 both managerial and technical areas. May be

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                                                                      February 2, 2010
                                                                            9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                             Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                      Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                        Website: www.dstincorporated.com


responsible for individual task orders under    technical authority in designated functional
the supervision of the Project Manager.         areas. As a staff specialist or consultant,
Demonstrated      experience     to    work     resolves unique and unyielding business
independently or under only general             systems problems, using new technologies
direction. Briefs Project Manager on            and creative approaches. Completes tasks
anticipated problems on the contract and        within estimated timeframes and under
makes recommendations towards resolving         budgetary constraints. Schedules and assigns
issues.                                         duties to support staff. Interacts with
                                                government management personnel and
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a            reports in writing and orally to contractor
minimum of two years related experience.        management, the COR, and other
                                                government representatives.
14—Task Manager III
Functional Responsibility:                      Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a
Monitors tasks and updates the Project          minimum of four years related experience.
Manager on the status of the project.
Anticipates problems and works towards          16—Task Manager I
resolving foreseeable issues. As a team or      Functional Responsibility:
project leader, provides technical direction    Monitors tasks and keeps the Program
for the logistics project. Serves as a          Manager updated on task status. Anticipates
technical authority in designated functional    problems and works towards resolving
areas. In the role of staff specialist or       foreseeable issues. As a team or project
consultant, resolves unique and unyielding      leader, provides technical direction for the
business systems problems, using new            logistics project. Serves as a technical
technologies and creative approaches.           authority in designated functional areas. In
Completes      tasks    within     estimated    the role of staff specialist or consultant,
timeframes and under budgetary constraints.     resolves unique and unyielding business
Schedules and assigns tasks to support staff.   systems problems, using new technologies
Interacts with government management            and creative approaches. Completes tasks
personnel and reports in writing and orally     within estimated timeframes and under
to contractor management, the COR, and          budgetary constraints. Schedules and assigns
other government representatives.               duties to support staff. Interacts with
                                                government management personnel and
Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a       reports in writing and orally to contractor
minimum of six years related experience.        management, the COR, and other
                                                government representatives.
15—Task Manager II
Functional Responsibility:                      Education/Experience:     B.S./B.A. or a
Monitors tasks and keeps the Program            minimum of two years related experience.
Manager updated on task status. Anticipates
problems and works towards resolving            17—Subject Matter Expert IV
foreseeable issues. In the role of team or      Functional Responsibility:
project leader, provides technical direction    Confers with client executive management
for the logistics project. Serves as a          using line of business expertise to define the

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                                                                         February 2, 2010
                                                                             9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                              Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                       Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                         Website: www.dstincorporated.com


client’s strategic business goals, and advises   community as an “expert”                in   the
in the reengineering of business procedures      logistical/specialty area.
to meet those goals. Demonstrated relevant
experience in one or more areas to include       Education/Experience: M.S./M.A. or a
finance, business process reengineering,         minimum of ten years related experience.
facilitation and technical disciplines, i.e.,
programming, engineering and systems             19—Subject Matter Expert II
design, and analysis.        Analyzes client     Functional Responsibility:
requirements and recommends development          Confers with client executive management
or acquisition strategies. Assists client in     using line of business expertise to define the
developing strategic plans and concepts.         client’s strategic business goals, and advises
Advises client on the impact of new              in the reengineering of business procedures
legislation or new technologies that are         to meet those goals. Demonstrated relevant
relevant to their agency. Demonstrates           experience in one or more areas to include
exceptional oral and written communication       finance, business process reengineering,
skills.    Recognized in the professional        facilitation and technical disciplines, i.e.,
community as an “expert” in the                  programming, engineering and systems
logistical/specialty area.                       design, and analysis.        Analyzes client
                                                 requirements and recommends development
Education/Experience: M.S./M.A. or a             or acquisition strategies. Assists clients in
minimum of twelve years related                  developing strategic plans and concepts.
experience.                                      Advises client on the impact of new
                                                 legislation or new technologies that are
18—Subject Matter Expert III                     relevant to their agency. Demonstrates
Functional Responsibility:                       exceptional oral and written communication
Confers with client executive management         skills.    Recognized in the professional
using line of business expertise to define the   community as an “expert” in the designated
client’s strategic business goals, and advises   logistical/specialty.
in the reengineering of business procedures
to meet those goals. Demonstrated relevant       Education/Experience: M.S./M.A. or a
experience in one or more areas to include       minimum of eight years related experience.
finance, business process reengineering,
facilitation and technical disciplines, i.e.,    20—Subject Matter Expert I
programming, engineering and systems             Functional Responsibility:
design, and analysis.        Analyzes client     Confers with client executive management
requirements and recommends development          using line of business expertise to define the
or acquisition strategies. Assists client in     client’s strategic business goals, and advises
developing strategic plans and concepts.         in the reengineering of business procedures
Advises client on the impact of new              to meet those goals. Demonstrated relevant
legislation or new technologies that are         experience in one or more areas to include
relevant to their agency. Demonstrates           finance, business process reengineering,
exceptional oral and written communication       facilitation and technical disciplines, i.e.,
skills.    Recognized in the professional        programming, engineering and systems
                                                 design, and analysis.        Analyzes client

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                                                                          February 2, 2010
                                                                               9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                                Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                         Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                           Website: www.dstincorporated.com


requirements and recommends development            program evaluations, quality management
or acquisition strategies. Assists clients in      analysis, process management reviews,
developing strategic plans and concepts.           facilitation and work groups. Applies
Advises client on the impact of new                process          improvement,           process
legislation or new technologies that are           reengineering, and change management
relevant to their agency. Demonstrates             methodologies and principles through
exceptional oral and written communication         performance of process modernization
skills.    Recognized in the professional          projects. Provides expertise reengineering
community as an “expert” in the designated         methods, and performs best practices and
logistical/specialty.                              critical success factor identification, activity
                                                   modeling,       facilitation,     interviewing,
Education/Experience: M.S./M.A. or a               training,         change          management,
minimum of six years related experience.           organizational development, and process
                                                   redesign implementation. Demonstrated
21—Management Analyst IV                           ability to interface with the customer in an
Functional Responsibility:                         autonomous manner.
Serves as the lead analyst on team effort
ensuring that the team works within the            Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or             a
parameters of the tasks. Conducts analysis,        minimum of six years related experience.
program evaluations, quality management
analysis, process management reviews,              23—Management Analyst II
facilitation and work groups. Applies              Functional Responsibility:
process          improvement,           process    Serves as the lead analyst on team effort
reengineering, and change management               ensuring that the team works within the
methodologies and principles through               parameters of the tasks. Conducts analysis,
performance of process modernization               program evaluations, quality management
projects. Provides expertise reengineering         analysis, process management reviews,
methods, and performs best practices and           facilitation and work groups. Applies
critical success factor identification, activity   process          improvement,           process
modeling,       facilitation,     interviewing,    reengineering, and change management
training,         change         management,       methodologies and principles through
organizational development, and process            performance of process modernization
redesign implementation. Demonstrated              projects. Provides expertise reengineering
ability to interface with the customer in an       methods, and performs best practices and
autonomous manner.                                 critical success factor identification, activity
                                                   modeling,       facilitation,     interviewing,
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a               training,         change          management,
minimum of eight years related experience.         organizational development, and process
                                                   redesign implementation. Demonstrated
22—Management Analyst III                          ability to interface with the customer in an
Functional Responsibility:                         autonomous manner.
Serves as the lead analyst on team effort
ensuring that the team works within the            Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
parameters of the tasks. Conducts analysis,        minimum of four years related experience.

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                                                                            February 2, 2010
                                                                               9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                                Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                         Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                           Website: www.dstincorporated.com


                                                   Conducts required research to develop
24—Management Analyst I                            and/or revise training courses. Prepares
Functional Responsibility:                         instructor materials to include course
Serves as the lead analyst on team effort          outline, background material, and training
ensuring that the team works within the            aids. Prepares student materials, i.e., course
parameters of the tasks. Conducts analysis,        manuals, workbooks, handouts, completion
program evaluations, quality management            certificates, and course critique forms.
analysis, process management reviews,              Trains personnel by conducting formal
facilitation and work groups. Applies              classroom     courses,   workshops,       and
process          improvement,           process    seminars.
reengineering, and change management
methodologies and principles through               Education/Experience: B.S.B.A. or a
performance of process modernization               minimum of eight years related experience.
projects. Provides expertise reengineering
methods, and performs best practices and           27—Trainer II
critical success factor identification, activity   Functional Responsibility:
modeling,       facilitation,     interviewing,    Conducts required research to develop
training,         change         management,       and/or revise training courses. Prepares
organizational development, and process            instructor materials to include course
redesign implementation. Demonstrated              outline, background material, and training
ability to interface with the customer in an       aids. Prepares student materials, i.e., course
autonomous manner.                                 manuals, workbooks, handouts, completion
                                                   certificates, and course critique forms.
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a               Trains personnel by conducting formal
minimum of two years related experience.           classroom     courses,   workshops,       and
                                                   seminars.
25—Trainer IV
Functional Responsibility:                         Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or             a
Conducts required research to develop              minimum of six years related experience.
and/or revise training courses. Prepares
instructor materials to include course             28—Trainer I
outline, background material, and training         Functional Responsibility:
aids. Prepares student materials, i.e., course     Conducts required research to develop
manuals, workbooks, handouts, completion           and/or revise training courses. Prepares
certificates, and course critique forms.           instructor materials to include course
Trains personnel by conducting formal              outline, background material, and training
classroom     courses,   workshops,       and      aids. Prepares student materials, i.e., course
seminars.                                          manuals, workbooks, handouts, completion
                                                   certificates, and course critique forms.
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a               Trains personnel by conducting formal
minimum of ten years related experience.           classroom     courses,   workshops,       and
                                                   seminars.
26—Trainer III
Functional Responsibility:

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                                                                            February 2, 2010
                                                                           9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                            Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                     Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                       Website: www.dstincorporated.com


Education/Experience: B.S.B.A. or a            31—Business Process Reengineering
minimum of four years related experience.      Specialist I
                                               Functional Responsibility:
29—Business Process Reengineering              Applies      process    improvement      and
Specialist III                                 reengineering methodologies and principles
Functional Responsibility:                     of best practices to conduct process
Applies     process     improvement      and   modernization projects, including applicable
reengineering methodologies and principles     trade studies. Responsibilities include
of best practices to conduct process           activity and data modeling, developing
modernization projects, including applicable   modern business methods, identifying best
trade studies. Responsibilities include        practices, and creating and assessing
activity and data modeling, developing         performance measurements, environmental
modern business methods, identifying best      analysis, strategy evaluation, and control.
practices, and creating and assessing          Provides group facilitation, interviewing,
performance measurements, environmental        training, and additional forms of knowledge
analysis, strategy evaluation, and control.    transfer.
Provides group facilitation, interviewing,
training, and additional forms of knowledge    Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
transfer.                                      minimum of four years related experience.

Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a           32—Configuration                Management
minimum of eight years related experience.     Specialist III
                                               Functional Responsibility:
30—Business Process Reengineering              Performs work in one or more specialty
Specialist II                                  areas of configuration management, data
Functional Responsibility:                     management, or engineering data. Analyzes
Applies     process     improvement      and   complex engineering change proposals.
reengineering methodologies and principles     Monitors contractors, subcontractors, and
of best practices to conduct process           vendors to ensure that the applications of
modernization projects, including applicable   standards and requirements for the
trade studies. Responsibilities include        Statement      of    Work     are    properly
activity and data modeling, developing         implemented. Designs, develops, and
modern business methods, identifying best      establishes     configuration     and    data
practices, and creating and assessing          management documentation based on
performance measurements, environmental        program requirements. Participates in design
analysis, strategy evaluation, and control.    reviews, audits, scheduling, budgeting, etc.
Provides group facilitation, interviewing,     Reviews and makes recommendations on
training, and additional forms of knowledge    contractor engineering data. Identifies
transfer.                                      requirements      and      coordinates    the
                                               development and implementation of
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or         a   computer-based        configuration,     data
minimum of six years related experience.       management systems, and electronic data
                                               support.


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                                                                        February 2, 2010
                                                                           9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                            Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                     Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                       Website: www.dstincorporated.com


Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or         a   program requirements. Participates in design
minimum of six years related experience.       reviews, audits, scheduling, budgeting, etc.
                                               Reviews and makes recommendations on
33—Configuration               Management      contractor engineering data. Identifies
Specialist II                                  requirements     and     coordinates     the
Functional Responsibility:                     development and implementation of
Performs work in one or more specialty         computer-based       configuration,     data
areas of configuration management, data        management systems, and electronic data
management, or engineering data. Analyzes      support.
complex engineering change proposals.
Monitors contractors, subcontractors, and      Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
vendors to ensure that the applications of     minimum of two years related experience.
standards and requirements for the
Statement     of    Work     are    properly   35—Quality Assurance Specialist III
implemented. Designs, develops, and            Functional Responsibility:
establishes    configuration     and    data   Responsible for technical and complex
management documentation based on              quality     control    testing.    Develops,
program requirements. Participates in design   implements,      and    maintains     quality
reviews, audits, scheduling, budgeting, etc.   assurance/configuration         management
Reviews and makes recommendations on           programs in a variety of technical and non-
contractor engineering data. Identifies        technical services. Establishes standards for
requirements     and      coordinates    the   life cycle, documentation, development
development and implementation of              methods, testing, and maintenance. Serves
computer-based       configuration,     data   as a liaison to Program Management.
management systems, and electronic data        Provides task direction and guidance to less
support.                                       experienced team members.

Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a           Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a
minimum of four years related experience.      minimum of six years related experience.

34—Configuration             Management        36—Quality Assurance Specialist II
Specialist I                                   Functional Responsibility:
Functional Responsibility:                     Responsible for technical and complex
Performs work in one or more specialty         quality     control    testing.    Develops,
areas of configuration management, data        implements,      and    maintains     quality
management, or engineering data. Analyzes      assurance/configuration          management
complex engineering change proposals.          programs in a variety of technical and non-
Monitors contractors, subcontractors, and      technical services. Establishes standards for
vendors to ensure that the applications of     life cycle, documentation, development
standards and requirements for the             methods, testing, and maintenance. Serves
Statement    of    Work     are    properly    as a liaison to Program Management.
implemented. Designs, develops, and            Provides task direction and guidance to less
establishes   configuration     and    data    experienced team members.
management documentation based on

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                                                                        February 2, 2010
                                                                            9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                             Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                      Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                        Website: www.dstincorporated.com


Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a       Determines overall support requirements,
minimum of four years related experience.       including facilities, personnel, safety, and
                                                maintenance. Directs and coordinates
37—Quality Assurance Specialist I               program activities designed to ensure
Functional Responsibility:                      effective and economical support. Analyzes
Responsible for technical and complex           and evaluates design concepts to determine
quality     control    testing.    Develops,    if concepts satisfy support requirements, and
implements,      and    maintains     quality   studies the relative supportability of
assurance/configuration          management     alternative concepts. Determines logistic
programs in a variety of technical and non-     support sequences and time phasing.
technical services. Establishes standards for   Anticipates logistics problems related to
life cycle, documentation, development          operational areas and environmental and
methods, testing, and maintenance. Serves       human factors, and determines contingency
as a liaison to Program Management.             requirements and solutions. May design and
Provides task direction and guidance to less    conduct research or technical studies to
experienced team members.                       support logistic functions.

Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a            Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
minimum of two years related experience.        minimum of four years related experience.

38—Logistician III                              40—Logistician I
Functional Responsibility:                      Functional Responsibility:
Determines overall support requirements,        Determines overall support requirements,
including facilities, personnel, safety, and    including facilities, personnel, safety, and
maintenance. Directs and coordinates            maintenance. Directs and coordinates
program activities designed to ensure           program activities designed to ensure
effective and economical support. Analyzes      effective and economical support. Analyzes
and evaluates design concepts to determine      and evaluates design concepts to determine
if concepts satisfy support requirements, and   if concepts satisfy support requirements, and
studies the relative supportability of          studies the relative supportability of
alternative concepts. Determines logistic       alternative concepts. Determines logistic
support sequences and time phasing.             support sequences and time phasing.
Anticipates logistics problems related to       Anticipates logistics problems related to
operational areas and environmental and         operational areas and environmental and
human factors, and determines contingency       human factors, and determines contingency
requirements and solutions. May design and      requirements and solutions. May design and
conduct research or technical studies to        conduct research or technical studies to
support logistic functions.                     support logistic functions.

Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or         a    Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
minimum of six years related experience.        minimum of two years related experience.

39—Logistician II                               41—Logistics Analyst III
Functional Responsibility:                      Functional Responsibility:

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                                                                         February 2, 2010
                                                                            9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                             Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                      Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                        Website: www.dstincorporated.com


Develops and implements logistics plans         control. Conducts distribution and network
that may affect the production, distribution,   studies, monitors inventory, and analyzes
and inventory of finished products to           requirements in order to develop strategies
enhance product flow. Assists in the            to achieve desired delivery times and order
development of policies, guidelines, and        fill rates. Maintains appropriate records and
procedures to ensure quality and cost           prepares reports. Coordinates logistics
control. Conducts distribution and network      activities with internal/external customers.
studies, monitors inventory, and analyzes
requirements in order to develop strategies     Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
to achieve desired delivery times and order     minimum of two years related experience.
fill rates. Maintains appropriate records and
prepares reports. Coordinates logistics         44—Legacy System Analyst III
activities with internal/external customers.    Functional Responsibility:
                                                Analyzes requirements for maintaining,
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or         a    modifying, or converting unique application
minimum of six years related experience.        systems that are deemed legacy systems.
                                                Provides guidance and technical/functional
42—Logistics Analyst II                         advice     to    programmers.       Provides
Functional Responsibility:                      comprehensive knowledge and insight of the
Develops and implements logistics plans         history of changes to the legacy
that may affect the production, distribution,   applications. Develops plans to migrate
and inventory of finished products to           legacy systems to new technologies and/or
enhance product flow. Assists in the            new functionality. Analyzes and documents
development of policies, guidelines, and        legacy system functionality to identify
procedures to ensure quality and cost           mandatory requirements to be fulfilled by
control. Conducts distribution and network      migration system candidates. May also
studies, monitors inventory, and analyzes       participate in designing, developing and
requirements in order to develop strategies     implementing changes to legacy systems to
to achieve desired delivery times and order     accommodate requirement modifications,
fill rates. Maintains appropriate records and   interim interfaces to migration systems,
prepares reports. Coordinates logistics         and/or conversion to migration systems.
activities with internal/external customers.
                                                Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or             a
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a            minimum of six years related experience.
minimum of four years related experience.
                                                45—Legacy System Analyst II
43—Logistics Analyst I                          Functional Responsibility:
Functional Responsibility:                      Analyzes requirements for maintaining,
Develops and implements logistics plans         modifying, or converting unique application
that may affect the production, distribution,   systems that are deemed legacy systems.
and inventory of finished products to           Provides guidance and technical/functional
enhance product flow. Assists in the            advice    to    programmers.      Provides
development of policies, guidelines, and        comprehensive knowledge and insight of the
procedures to ensure quality and cost           history of changes to the legacy

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                                                                         February 2, 2010
                                                                           9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                            Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                     Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                       Website: www.dstincorporated.com


applications. Develops plans to migrate        land, rail, sea or pipeline. Responsible for all
legacy systems to new technologies and/or      distribution functions, including shipments
new functionality. Analyzes and documents      to domestic and international customers, and
legacy system functionality to identify        to distribution centers and branches within
mandatory requirements to be fulfilled by      the same company. May supervise other
migration system candidates. May also          transportation managers and/or specialists.
participate in designing, developing and
implementing changes to legacy systems to      Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a
accommodate requirement modifications,         minimum of six years related experience.
interim interfaces to migration systems,
and/or conversion to migration systems.        48—Transportation/Operations Specialist
                                               II
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a           Functional Responsibility:
minimum of four years related experience.      Responsible for the physical movement of
                                               inbound and outbound shipments via air,
46—Legacy System Analyst I                     land, rail, sea or pipeline. Responsible for all
Functional Responsibility:                     distribution functions, including shipments
Analyzes requirements for maintaining,         to domestic and international customers, and
modifying, or converting unique application    to distribution centers and branches within
systems that are deemed legacy systems.        the same company. May supervise other
Provides guidance and technical/functional     transportation managers and/or specialists.
advice     to    programmers.       Provides
comprehensive knowledge and insight of the     Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a
history of changes to the legacy               minimum of four years related experience.
applications. Develops plans to migrate
legacy systems to new technologies and/or      49—Transportation/Operations Specialist
new functionality. Analyzes and documents      I
legacy system functionality to identify        Functional Responsibility:
mandatory requirements to be fulfilled by      Responsible for the physical movement of
migration system candidates. May also          inbound and outbound shipments via air,
participate in designing, developing and       land, rail, sea or pipeline. Responsible for all
implementing changes to legacy systems to      distribution functions, including shipments
accommodate requirement modifications,         to domestic and international customers, and
interim interfaces to migration systems,       to distribution centers and branches within
and/or conversion to migration systems.        the same company. May supervise other
                                               transportation managers and/or specialists.
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
minimum of two years related experience.       Education/Experience:     B.S./B.A. or a
                                               minimum of two years related experience.
47—Transportation/Operations Specialist
III                                            50—Traffic/Freight Specialist III
Functional Responsibility:                     Functional Responsibility:
Responsible for the physical movement of       Responsible for the first-line direction of
inbound and outbound shipments via air,        employees engaged in coordination and

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                                                                        February 2, 2010
                                                                            9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                             Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                      Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                        Website: www.dstincorporated.com


scheduling of the movement of in-bound and
out-bound goods with carriers, and              Education/Experience:     B.S./B.A. or a
ascertaining the appropriate domestic and/or    minimum of two years related experience.
international freight rate(s) on incoming and
outgoing materials and products. Assigns        53—CDL Truck Driver III
employees in order to maximize traffic          Functional Responsibility:
objectives. Responsible for the employment,     Operates a truck that transports cargo to and
training, motivation, and discipline of         from specified destinations. Truck size
assigned employees.                             measures over four tons and usually has ten
                                                wheels. Prepares, receives and provides
Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a       appropriate documentation for the delivery
minimum of six years related experience.        or pick up of goods to ensure timely service.
                                                Loads, secures and unloads cargo. Maintains
51—Traffic/Freight Specialist II                radio or telephone contact with dispatcher to
Functional Responsibility:                      receive delivery or pick up instructions or to
Responsible for the first-line direction of     receive notice of changes in scheduled
employees engaged in coordination and           delivery or pick up. Maintains logs of travel
scheduling of the movement of in-bound and      and cargo according to federal and state
out-bound goods with carriers, and              regulations. May be responsible for vehicle
ascertaining the appropriate domestic and/or    maintenance and presentation. Relies on
international freight rate(s) on incoming and   instructions and pre-established guidelines
outgoing materials and products. Assigns        to perform the functions of the job. Must
employees in order to maximize traffic          have a Commercial Drivers License (CDL)
objectives. Responsible for the employment,     to operate a truck. Must have a
training, motivation, and discipline of         "satisfactory" driving record.
assigned employees.
                                                Education/Experience:      High School
Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a       Diploma and a minimum of six years related
minimum of four years related experience.       experience.

                                                54—CDL Truck Driver II
52—Traffic/Freight Specialist I                 Functional Responsibility:
Functional Responsibility:                      Operates a truck that transports cargo to and
Responsible for the first-line direction of     from specified destinations. Truck size
employees engaged in coordination and           measures over four tons and usually has ten
scheduling of the movement of in-bound and      wheels. Prepares, receives and provides
out-bound goods with carriers, and              appropriate documentation for the delivery
ascertaining the appropriate domestic and/or    or pick up of goods to ensure timely service.
international freight rate(s) on incoming and   Loads, secures and unloads cargo. Maintains
outgoing materials and products. Assigns        radio or telephone contact with dispatcher to
employees in order to maximize traffic          receive delivery or pick up instructions or to
objectives. Responsible for the employment,     receive notice of changes in scheduled
training, motivation, and discipline of         delivery or pick up. Maintains logs of travel
assigned employees.                             and cargo according to federal and state

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                                                                         February 2, 2010
                                                                             9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                              Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                       Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                         Website: www.dstincorporated.com


regulations. May be responsible for vehicle      goods to ensure timely service. Loads,
maintenance and presentation. Relies on          secures and unloads cargo. Maintains radio
instructions and pre-established guidelines      or telephone contact with dispatcher to
to perform the functions of the job. Must        receive delivery or pick up instructions or to
have a Commercial Drivers License (CDL)          receive notice of changes in scheduled
to operate a truck. Must have a                  delivery or pick up. Maintains logs of travel
"satisfactory" driving record.                   and cargo according to federal and state
                                                 regulations. May be responsible for vehicle
Education/Experience: High School                maintenance and presentation. Relies on
Diploma and a minimum of four years              instructions and pre-established guidelines
related experience.                              to perform the functions of the job. Must
                                                 have a "satisfactory" driving record.
55—CDL Truck Driver I
Functional Responsibility                        Education/Experience:      High School
Operates a truck that transports cargo to and    Diploma and a minimum of six years related
from specified destinations. Truck size          experience.
measures over four tons and usually has ten
wheels. Prepares, receives and provides          57—Truck Driver II
appropriate documentation for the delivery       Functional Responsibility:
or pick up of goods to ensure timely service.    Operates a truck that transports cargo to and
Loads, secures and unloads cargo. Maintains      from specified destinations. Prepares,
radio or telephone contact with dispatcher to    receives     and     provides     appropriate
receive delivery or pick up instructions or to   documentation for the delivery or pick up of
receive notice of changes in scheduled           goods to ensure timely service. Loads,
delivery or pick up. Maintains logs of travel    secures and unloads cargo. Maintains radio
and cargo according to federal and state         or telephone contact with dispatcher to
regulations. May be responsible for vehicle      receive delivery or pick up instructions or to
maintenance and presentation. Relies on          receive notice of changes in scheduled
instructions and pre-established guidelines      delivery or pick up. Maintains logs of travel
to perform the functions of the job. Must        and cargo according to federal and state
have a Commercial Drivers License (CDL)          regulations. May be responsible for vehicle
to operate a truck. Must have a                  maintenance and presentation. Relies on
"satisfactory" driving record.                   instructions and pre-established guidelines
                                                 to perform the functions of the job. Must
Education/Experience: High School                have a "satisfactory" driving record.
Diploma and a minimum of two years
related experience.                              Education/Experience: High School
                                                 Diploma and a minimum of four years
56—Truck Driver III                              related experience.
Functional Responsibility:
Operates a truck that transports cargo to and    58—Truck Driver I
from specified destinations. Prepares,           Functional Responsibility:
receives     and    provides      appropriate    Operates a truck that transports cargo to and
documentation for the delivery or pick up of     from specified destinations. Prepares,

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                                                                          February 2, 2010
                                                                             9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                              Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                       Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                         Website: www.dstincorporated.com


receives     and     provides     appropriate    about a warehouse, manufacturing plant, or
documentation for the delivery or pick up of     other     establishment.      Monitors    the
goods to ensure timely service. Loads,           performance of other operators’ efforts and
secures and unloads cargo. Maintains radio       assists with the training of new workers.
or telephone contact with dispatcher to
receive delivery or pick up instructions or to   Education/Experience: High   School
receive notice of changes in scheduled           Diploma and a minimum of four years
delivery or pick up. Maintains logs of travel    related experience
and cargo according to federal and state
regulations. May be responsible for vehicle      61—Forklift Operator II
maintenance and presentation. Relies on          Functional Responsibility:
instructions and pre-established guidelines      Operates a manually controlled gasoline,
to perform the functions of the job. Must        electric, or liquid propane-powered forklift
have a "satisfactory" driving record.            to transport goods and materials of all kinds
                                                 about a warehouse, manufacturing plant, or
Education/Experience:      High School           other establishment. May monitor and/or
diploma and a minimum of two years related       train new forklift operators in the workplace.
experience.
                                                 Education/Experience: High  School
59—Van Driver                                    Diploma and a minimum of two years
Functional Responsibility:                       related experience.
Operates company vans or small buses.
Loads and unloads materials, goods,              62—Forklift Operator I
equipment, and passengers between various        Functional Responsibility:
destinations as assigned. Prepares, receives     Operates a manually controlled gasoline,
and provides appropriate documentation for       electric, or liquid propane-powered forklift
the delivery or pick up of goods or              to transport goods and materials of all kinds
passengers to ensure timely and accurate         about a warehouse, manufacturing plant, or
transportation. May be responsible for           other establishment.
vehicle maintenance and presentation.
Relies on instructions and pre-established       Education/Experience: High   School
guidelines and procedures to perform the         Diploma and a minimum of six months
functions of the job. Must have                  related experience.
"satisfactory" driving record.
                                                 63—Courier III
Education/Experience:     High School            Functional Responsibility:
diploma and a minimum of one year related        Drives automobile or light truck to deliver
experience.                                      mail, documents, and packages to various
                                                 business concerns or governmental agencies.
60—Forklift Operator III                         May transport office personnel and visitors,
Functional Responsibility:                       and perform miscellaneous errands, such as
Operates a manually controlled gasoline,         carrying mail to and from the post office and
electric, or liquid propane-powered forklift     sorting or opening incoming and outgoing
to transport goods and materials of all kinds    mail.    May obtain receipts for articles

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                                                                          February 2, 2010
                                                                            9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                             Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                      Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                        Website: www.dstincorporated.com


delivered and keep a log of items received      Education/Experience:  High School
and delivered. May deliver items to offices     Diploma and a minimum of six months
and departments within an establishment.        related experience.
May function as a team lead for less
experienced couriers.                           66—Parking Attendant III
                                                Functional Responsibility:
Education/Experience: High School               Drives an automobile or light truck to a
Diploma and a minimum of four years             designated parking area. Directs traffic and
related experience.                             ensures that appropriate security procedures
                                                are followed on a daily basis. Processes
64—Courier II                                   daily sales of permits and parking violations.
Functional Responsibility:                      May lead less experienced parking
Drives automobile or light truck to deliver     attendants. Must have a "satisfactory"
mail, documents, and packages to various        driving record.
business concerns or governmental agencies.
May transport office personnel and visitors,    Education/Experience: High School
and perform miscellaneous errands, such as      Diploma and a minimum of four years
carrying mail to and from the post office and   related experience.
sorting or opening incoming and outgoing
mail.    May obtain receipts for articles       67—Parking Attendant II
delivered and keep a log of items received      Functional Responsibility:
and delivered. May deliver items to offices     Drives an automobile or light truck to a
and departments within an establishment.        designated parking area. Directs traffic and
                                                ensures that appropriate security procedures
Education/Experience: High School               are followed on a daily basis. Processes
Diploma and a minimum of two years              daily sales of permits and parking violations.
related experience.                             May lead less experienced parking
                                                attendants. Must have a "satisfactory"
65—Courier I                                    driving record.
Functional Responsibility:
Drives automobile or light truck to deliver     Education/Experience: High School
mail, documents, and packages to various        Diploma and a minimum of two years
business concerns or governmental agencies.     related experience.
May transport office personnel and visitors,
and perform miscellaneous errands, such as      68—Parking Attendant I
carrying mail to and from the post office and   Functional Responsibility:
sorting or opening incoming and outgoing        Drives an automobile or light truck to a
mail.    May obtain receipts for articles       designated parking area. Directs traffic and
delivered and keep a log of items received      follows the appropriate security procedures.
and delivered. May deliver items to offices     Processes daily sales of permits and parking
and departments within an establishment.        violations.   Must have a "satisfactory"
                                                driving record.



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                                                                         February 2, 2010
                                                                            9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                             Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                      Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                        Website: www.dstincorporated.com


Education/Experience: High School
Diploma and a minimum of six months             Education/Experience:     B.S./B.A. or a
related experience.                             minimum of two years related experience.

69—Operations Manager III                       72—Operations Supervisor III
Functional Responsibility:                      Functional Responsibility:
Manages and directs the daily activities of     Supervises the daily activities of an
multiple operations functions. Makes            operations unit. Determines workflow and
recommendations        to    improve      the   scheduling. Implements operational polices
productivity, quality, and efficient delivery   and procedures. Relies on experience and
of products and services. Develops and          judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
implements polices and procedures. Relies       Performs a variety of complicated tasks.
on experience and judgment to plan and          Typically reports to the Operations
accomplish goals. Performs a variety of         Manager.
complicated tasks. May lead and direct the
work of others.                                 Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a
                                                minimum of six years related experience.
Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a
minimum of six years related experience.        73—Operations Supervisor II
                                                Functional Responsibility:
70—Operations Manager II                        Supports the activities of the operations
Functional Responsibility:                      department. Oversees the daily department
Manages the daily activities of an operations   production      activity    and     facilitates
unit. Responsible for planning and directing    departmental      workflow.     Relies      on
budgets, goals, and business objectives.        experience and judgment to plan and
Relies on experience and judgment to plan       accomplish goals. Performs a variety of
and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of     tasks. May lead and/or train employees.
complicated tasks. May lead and direct the      Works under general supervision; typically
work of others. Typically reports to a senior   reports to a supervisor or manager.
manager.
                                                Education/Experience: High School
Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a       Diploma and a minimum of four years
minimum of four years related experience.       related experience.

71—Operations Manager I                         74—Operations Supervisor I
Functional Responsibility:                      Functional Responsibility:
Manages the daily activities of an operations   Supports the activities of the operations
unit. Responsible for planning and directing    department. Oversees the daily department
budgets, goals, and business objectives.        production   activity    and    facilitates
Relies on experience and judgment to plan       departmental   workflow.     Relies     on
and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of     experience and judgment to plan and
complicated tasks. May lead and direct the      accomplish goals. May lead and/or train
work of others. Typically reports to a senior   employees. Performs a variety of tasks.
manager.                                        May lead and/or train employees. Works

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                                                                         February 2, 2010
                                                                           9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                            Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                     Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                       Website: www.dstincorporated.com


under general supervision; typically reports   stacking, or palletizing materials in
to a supervisor or manager.                    accordance with prescribed storage methods;
                                               rearranging and taking inventory of stored
Education/Experience: High School              materials; examining stored materials and
Diploma and a minimum of two years             reporting deterioration and damage;
related experience.                            removing material from storage and
                                               preparing it for shipment. May lead less
75—Warehouse Manager III                       experienced      warehouse       specialists.
Functional Responsibility:                     Operates hand and/or power trucks in
Responsible for the physical custody and       performing warehousing duties. May lead
accuracy of finished goods/products            less experienced warehouse specialists.
inventory records at a warehouse location.
                                               Education/Experience: High School
Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a      Diploma and a minimum of four years
minimum of six years related experience.       related experience.

76—Warehouse Manager II                        79—Warehouse Specialist II
Functional Responsibility:                     Functional Responsibility:
Responsible for the physical custody and       Performs and directs a variety of
accuracy of finished goods/products            warehousing duties which require an
inventory records at a warehouse location.     understanding of the establishment's storage
                                               and operational plan. Verifies materials (or
Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a      merchandise) against receiving documents,
minimum of four years related experience.      noting and reporting discrepancies and
                                               obvious damages; routing materials to
77—Warehouse Manager I                         prescribed storage locations; storing,
Functional Responsibility:                     stacking, or palletizing materials in
Responsible for the physical custody and       accordance with prescribed storage methods;
accuracy of finished goods/products            rearranging and taking inventory of stored
inventory records at a warehouse location.     materials; examining stored materials and
                                               reporting deterioration and damage;
Education/Experience:     B.S./B.A. or a       removing material from storage and
minimum of two years related experience.       preparing it for shipment. Operates hand
                                               and/or power trucks in performing
78—Warehouse Specialist III                    warehousing duties. May lead less
Functional Responsibility:                     experienced warehouse specialists.
Performs and directs a variety of
warehousing duties which require an            Education/Experience: High School
understanding of the establishment's storage   Diploma and a minimum of two years
and operational plan. Verifies materials (or   related experience.
merchandise) against receiving documents,
noting and reporting discrepancies and         80—Warehouse Specialist I
obvious damages; routing materials to          Functional Responsibility:
prescribed storage locations; storing,

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                                                                        February 2, 2010
                                                                             9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                              Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                       Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                         Website: www.dstincorporated.com


Performs a variety of warehousing duties         Performs clerical and physical tasks in
which require an understanding of the            connection with shipping goods and
establishment's storage plan. Verifies           receiving incoming shipments. Follows
materials (or merchandise) against receiving     established guidelines to complete day-to-
documents,       noting      and    reporting    day routine tasks. Capable of handling
discrepancies and obvious damages; routing       unusual or non-routine problems. May direct
materials to prescribed storage locations;       and coordinate the activities of other
storing, stacking, or palletizing materials in   workers engaged in handling goods to be
accordance with prescribed storage methods;      shipped or being received. May lead the
rearranging and taking inventory of stored       activities and training of other shipping and
materials; examining stored materials and        receiving clerks.
reporting deterioration and damage;
removing material from storage and               Education/Experience: High School
preparing it for shipment. May operate hand      Diploma and a minimum of two years
or power trucks in performing warehousing        related experience.
duties.
                                                 83—Shipping & Receiving Clerk I
Education/Experience: High   School              Functional Responsibility:
Diploma and a minimum of six months              Performs clerical and physical tasks in
related experience.                              connection with shipping goods and
                                                 receiving incoming shipments. Follows
                                                 established guidelines to complete day-to-
                                                 day routine tasks. Capable of handling
81—Shipping & Receiving Clerk III                unusual or non-routine problems.
Functional Responsibility:
Performs clerical and physical tasks in          Education/Experience:  High School
connection with shipping goods and               Diploma and a minimum of six months
receiving incoming shipments. Follows            related experience.
established guidelines to complete day-to-
day routine tasks. Capable of handling           84—Shipping Clerk III
unusual or non-routine problems. May direct      Functional Responsibility:
and coordinate the activities of other           Verifies that orders are accurately filled by
workers engaged in handling goods to be          comparing items and quantities of goods
shipped or being received. May lead the          gathered for shipment against documents.
activities and training of other shipping and    Insures that shipments are properly
receiving clerks.                                packaged.     Identifies    with    shipping
                                                 information, and prepares and keeps records
Education/Experience:  High School               of goods shipped, manifests, and bills of
Diploma and a minimum of four years              lading. May direct and coordinate the
related experience.                              activities of less experienced shipping
                                                 clerks.
82—Shipping & Receiving Clerk II
Functional Responsibility:


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                                                                          February 2, 2010
                                                                            9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                             Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                      Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                        Website: www.dstincorporated.com


Education/Experience: High School               other records. Checks for damaged goods,
Diploma and a minimum of four years             ensures that goods are appropriately
related experience.                             identified for routing to departments within
                                                the establishment, and prepares and keeps
85—Shipping Clerk II                            records of goods received. May direct and
Functional Responsibility:                      coordinate the activities of less experienced
Verifies that orders are accurately filled by   receiving clerks.
comparing items and quantities of goods
gathered for shipment against documents.        Education/Experience: High School
Insures that shipments are properly             Diploma and a minimum of four years
packaged.     Identifies    with    shipping    related experience.
information, and prepares and keeps records
of goods shipped, manifests, and bills of       88—Receiving Clerk II
lading. May direct and coordinate the           Functional Responsibility:
activities of less experienced shipping         Verifies the correctness of incoming
clerks.                                         shipments by comparing items and
                                                quantities unloaded against bills of lading,
Education/Experience: High School               invoices, manifests, storage receipts, or
Diploma and a minimum of two years              other records. Checks for damaged goods,
related experience.                             ensures that goods are appropriately
                                                identified for routing to departments within
                                                the establishment, and prepares and keeps
                                                records of goods received. May direct and
86—Shipping Clerk I                             coordinate the activities of less experienced
Functional Responsibility:                      receiving clerks.
Verifies that orders are accurately filled by
comparing items and quantities of goods         Education/Experience: High School
gathered for shipment against documents.        Diploma and a minimum of two years
Insures that shipments are properly             related experience.
packaged.     Identifies    with    shipping
information, and prepares and keeps records     89—Receiving Clerk I
of goods shipped, manifests, and bills of       Functional Responsibility:
lading.                                         Verifies the correctness of incoming
                                                shipments by comparing items and
Education/Experience:  High School              quantities unloaded against bills of lading,
Diploma and a minimum of six months             invoices, manifests, storage receipts, or
related experience.                             other records. Checks for damaged goods,
                                                ensures that goods are appropriately
87—Receiving Clerk III                          identified for routing to departments within
Functional Responsibility:                      the establishment, and prepares and keeps
Verifies the correctness of incoming            records of goods received.
shipments by comparing items and
quantities unloaded against bills of lading,
invoices, manifests, storage receipts, or

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                                                                         February 2, 2010
                                                                            9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                             Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                      Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                        Website: www.dstincorporated.com


Education/Experience:  High School              Functional Responsibility:
Diploma and a minimum of six months             Performs physical tasks to transport or store
related experience.                             materials or merchandise. Loads or unloads
                                                freight cars, trucks, pallets, trays racks,
90—Mover/Material Handler IV                    shelves and storage bins, unpacking,
Functional Responsibility:                      shelving, or placing items in proper storage
Coordinates     delivery     sequences     to   locations. Transports goods by hand truck,
departments and or locations according to       cart, or wheelbarrow. Completes documents
job order priorities and anticipated            to verify items have been moved to the
availability of material. Performs physical     appropriate locations. May lead, monitor
tasks in transporting or storing materials or   and/or train new movers.
merchandise. Loads or unloads freight cars,     .
trucks, pallets, trays racks, shelves and       Education/Experience:         High School
storage bin, unpacking, shelving, or placing    Diploma and a minimum of two years
items in proper storage locations. Transports   related experience.
goods by hand truck, cart, or wheelbarrow.
Completes documents to verify items have        93—Mover/Material Handler I
been moved to the appropriate locations.        Functional Responsibility:
May compile report of quantity and type of      Performs physical tasks to transport or store
material on hand. Leads, trains, and            materials or merchandise. Loads or unloads
monitors less experienced movers.               freight cars, trucks, pallets, trays racks,
.                                               shelves and storage bins, unpacking,
Education/Experience:        High     School    shelving, or placing items in proper storage
Diploma and a minimum of six years related      locations. Transports goods by hand truck,
experience.                                     cart, or wheelbarrow. Completes documents
                                                to verify items have been moved to the
91—Mover/Material Handler III                   appropriate locations.
Functional Responsibility:
Performs physical tasks in transporting or      Education/Experience:  High School
storing materials or merchandise. Loads or      Diploma and a minimum of six months
unloads freight cars, trucks, pallets, trays    related experience.
racks, shelves and storage bins, unpacking,
shelving, or placing items in proper storage    94—Supply          Distribution/Stockroom
locations. Transports goods by hand truck,      Manager III
cart, or wheelbarrow. Completes documents       Functional Responsibility:
to verify items have been moved to the          Responsible for the management of
appropriate locations. May lead, monitor        employees engaged in the storage, shipment,
and/or train new movers.                        and receipt of equipment, materials, or
.                                               supplies. Ensures that goods are packaged
Education/Experience:         High School       and protected for shipment according to
Diploma and a minimum of four years             specification. Supervises staff at on-site
related experience.                             location.

92—Mover/Material Handler II

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                                                                        Website: www.dstincorporated.com


Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a       the employment, training, motivation, and
minimum of six years related experience.        discipline of assignment employees.

95—Supply          Distribution/Stockroom       Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A or a
Manager II                                      minimum of six years related experience.
Functional Responsibility:
Responsible for the management of               98—Inventory Manager II
employees engaged in the storage, shipment,     Functional Responsibility:
and receipt of equipment, materials, or         Responsible for the first-line direction of
supplies. Ensures that goods are packaged       employees involved in the tracking and
and protected for shipment according to         control of equipment, materials, or supplies.
specification. Supervises staff at on-site      Coordinates with production control,
location.                                       purchasing,         management,          and
                                                manufacturing to ensure the timely ordering
Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a       and stocking of inventory levels to meet
minimum of four years related experience.       production requirements. Responsible for
                                                the employment, training, motivation, and
                                                discipline of assignment employees.

                                                Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A or a
96-Supply/Distribution/Stockroom                minimum of four years related experience.
Manager I
Functional Responsibility:                      99—Inventory Manager I
Responsible for the management of               Functional Responsibility:
employees engaged in the storage, shipment,     Responsible for the first-line direction of
and receipt of equipment, materials, or         employees involved in the tracking and
supplies. Ensures that goods are packaged       control of equipment, materials, or supplies.
and protected for shipment according to         Coordinates with production control,
specification. Supervises staff at on-site      purchasing,         management,          and
location.                                       manufacturing to ensure the timely ordering
                                                and stocking of inventory levels to meet
Education/Experience:     B.S./B.A. or a        production requirements. Responsible for
minimum of two years related experience.        the employment, training, motivation, and
                                                discipline of assignment employees.
97—Inventory Manager III
Functional Responsibility:                      Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A or a
Responsible for the first-line direction of     minimum of two years related experience.
employees involved in the tracking and
control of equipment, materials, or supplies.   100—Supply Clerk III
Coordinates with production control,            Functional Responsibility:
purchasing,       management,            and    Receives, stores, and issues equipment,
manufacturing to ensure the timely ordering     materials, supplies, merchandise, or tools,
and stocking of inventory levels to meet        and compiles stock records of items in
production requirements. Responsible for        stockroom, warehouse or storage yard.

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                                                                              9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                               Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                        Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                          Website: www.dstincorporated.com


Counts, sorts, or weighs incoming articles to     Education/Experience: High School
verify receipt of items on requisition or         Diploma and a minimum of two years
invoice. Stores articles according to style,      related experience.
size or type of material. Prepares periodic,
special or perpetual inventory of stock.          102—Supply Clerk I
Requisitions articles to fill incoming orders.    Functional Responsibility:
Compiles reports on use of stock handling         Receives, stores, and issues equipment,
equipment, adjustments of inventory counts        materials, supplies, merchandise, or tools,
and stock records, spoilage of or damage to       and compiles stock records of items in
stock, location changes, and refusal of           stockroom, warehouse or storage yard.
shipments. May mark identifying codes,            Counts, sorts, or weighs incoming articles to
figures, or letters on articles. May distribute   verify receipt of items on requisition or
stock among production workers, keeping           invoice. Stores articles according to style,
records of material issued. May lead and          size or type of material. Prepares periodic,
train less experienced supply clerks.             special or perpetual inventory of stock.
                                                  Requisitions articles to fill incoming orders.
Education/Experience: High School                 Compiles reports on use of stock handling
Diploma and a minimum of four years               equipment, adjustments of inventory counts
related experience.                               and stock records, spoilage of or damage to
                                                  stock, location changes, and refusal of
101—Supply Clerk II                               shipments. May mark identifying codes,
Functional Responsibility:                        figures, or letters on articles.
Receives, stores, and issues equipment,
materials, supplies, merchandise, or tools,       Education/Experience:  High School
and compiles stock records of items in            Diploma and a minimum of six months
stockroom, warehouse or storage yard.             related experience.
Counts, sorts, or weighs incoming articles to
verify receipt of items on requisition or         103—Database Administrator III
invoice. Stores articles according to style,      Functional Responsibility:
size or type of material. Prepares periodic,      Ensures efficient operation of a multi-
special or perpetual inventory of stock.          computer site that supports database
Requisitions articles to fill incoming orders.    administration,    analysis,  and     report
Compiles reports on use of stock handling         production; data dictionary administration;
equipment, adjustments of inventory counts        and system development. Controls the
and stock records, spoilage of or damage to       viewing of and access to databases, and
stock, location changes, and refusal of           assures the safekeeping of the databases
shipments. May mark identifying codes,            from accidental or intentional damage or
figures, or letters on articles. May distribute   loss. Performs database administration,
stock among production workers, keeping           backups and recoveries, and works with
records of material issued. May lead and          users to resolve database questions or
train less experienced supply clerks              problems. Coordinates systems resource
                                                  availability with database analysts, system
                                                  and application programmers, and other
                                                  users. Provides advice and assistance to

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                                                                            Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                     Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                       Website: www.dstincorporated.com


users on equipment operations. Maintains       backups and recoveries, and works with
and updates databases and data dictionaries.   users to resolve database questions or
May provide guidance and direction to less     problems. Coordinates systems resource
experienced database administrators.           availability with database analysts, system
                                               and application programmers, and other
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or         a   users. Provides advice and assistance to
minimum of six years related experience.       users on equipment operations. Maintains
                                               and updates databases and data dictionaries.
104—Database Administrator II                  May provide guidance and direction to less
Functional Responsibility:                     experienced database administrators.
Ensures efficient operation of a multi-
computer site that supports database           Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
administration,    analysis,  and     report   minimum of two years related experience.
production; data dictionary administration;
and system development. Controls the           106—Electronics/Hardware Specialist III
viewing of and access to databases, and        Functional Responsibility:
assures the safekeeping of the databases       Conducts design, installation, check-out,
from accidental or intentional damage or       testing, troubleshooting, and repair of
loss. Performs database administration,        electronic equipment. Determines feasible
backups and recoveries, and works with         alternatives. Reviews computer systems in
users to resolve database questions or         terms     of   capabilities    and     makes
problems. Coordinates systems resource         recommendations for improved use.
availability with database analysts, system    Prepares or directs preparation of reports
and application programmers, and other         concerning hardware.           Prepares or
users. Provides advice and assistance to       participates   in    preparing     functional
users on equipment operations. Maintains       requirements     and    specifications    for
and updates databases and data dictionaries.   hardware acquisitions.      May lead less
May provide guidance and direction to less     experienced electronic hardware specialist.
experienced database administrators.
                                               Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a           minimum of six years related experience.
minimum of four years related experience.
                                               107—Electronics/Hardware Specialist II
105—Database Administrator I                   Functional Responsibility:
Functional Responsibility:                     Conducts design, installation, check-out,
Ensures efficient operation of a multi-        testing, troubleshooting, and repair of
computer site that supports database           electronic equipment. Determines feasible
administration,  analysis,   and     report    alternatives. Reviews computer systems in
production; data dictionary administration;    terms     of   capabilities    and     makes
and system development. Controls the           recommendations for improved use.
viewing of and access to databases, and        Prepares or directs preparation of reports
assures the safekeeping of the databases       concerning hardware.           Prepares or
from accidental or intentional damage or       participates   in    preparing     functional
loss. Performs database administration,        requirements     and    specifications    for

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                                                                        February 2, 2010
                                                                               9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                                Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                         Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                           Website: www.dstincorporated.com


hardware acquisitions.     May lead less           preparation   of    reports      concerning
experienced electronic hardware specialist.        mechanical systems.      May lead less
                                                   experienced mechanical specialist.
Education/Experience:      B.S./B.A. or a
minimum of four years related experience.          Education/Experience: High   School
                                                   Diploma and a minimum of four years
108—Electronics/Hardware Specialist I              related experience.
Functional Responsibility:
Conducts design, installation, check-out,          111—Mechanical Specialist I
testing, troubleshooting, and repair of            Functional Responsibility:
electronic equipment. Determines feasible          Installs, alters, aligns, repairs and check out
alternatives. Reviews computer systems in          support systems and equipment in
terms     of   capabilities    and     makes       accordance with applicable technical
recommendations for improved use.                  specifications.          Determines     feasible
Prepares reports concerning hardware.              alternatives. Prepares reports concerning
Participates   in    preparing     functional      mechanical systems.
requirements     and    specifications    for
hardware acquisitions.                             Education/Experience: High School
                                                   Diploma and a minimum of two years
Education/Experience:     B.S./B.A. or a           related experience.
minimum of two years related experience.
                                                   112—Systems Analyst IV
109—Mechanical Specialist III                      Functional Responsibility:
Functional Responsibility:                         Analyzes and develops computer software.
Installs, alters, aligns, repairs check out        Capabilities may include engineering, and
support systems and equipment in                   business and records management skills.
accordance with applicable technical               Develops plans for automated data
specifications.        Determines    feasible      processing systems. Analyzes problems and
alternatives.     Prepares or directs the          information for processing. Defines the
preparation      of    reports    concerning       problems and develops system requirements
mechanical systems.         May lead less          and program specifications from which
experienced mechanical specialists.                programmers prepare detailed flow charts,
                                                   programs, and tests. Coordinates with
Education/Experience:    High      School          programmers       to     ensure     proper
Diploma and a minimum of six years related         implementation of program and system
experience.                                        specifications. Develops system alternative
                                                   solutions in conjunction with functional
110—Mechanical Specialist II                       users.
Functional Responsibility:
Installs, alters, aligns, repairs and check out    Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
support systems and equipment in                   minimum of eight years related experience.
accordance with applicable technical
specifications.          Determines     feasible   113—Systems Analyst III
alternatives.       Prepares or directs the        Functional Responsibility:

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                                                                            February 2, 2010
                                                                          9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                           Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                    Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                      Website: www.dstincorporated.com


Analyzes and develops computer software.       business and records management skills.
Capabilities may include engineering, and      Develops plans for automated data
business and records management skills.        processing systems. Analyzes problems and
Develops plans for automated data              information for processing. Defines the
processing systems. Analyzes problems and      problems and develops system requirements
information for processing. Defines the        and program specifications from which
problems and develops system requirements      programmers prepare detailed flow charts,
and program specifications from which          programs, and tests. Coordinates with
programmers prepare detailed flow charts,      programmers       to     ensure     proper
programs, and tests. Coordinates with          implementation of program and system
programmers       to     ensure     proper     specifications. Develops system alternative
implementation of program and system           solutions in conjunction with functional
specifications. Develops system alternative    users.
solutions in conjunction with functional
users.                                         Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
                                               minimum of two years related experience.
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or         a
minimum of six years related experience.       116—Programmer Analyst IV
                                               Functional Responsibility:
114—Systems Analyst II                         Analyzes systems specifications and
Functional Responsibility:                     designs. Develops, modifies, and installs
Analyzes and develops computer software.       highly complex and customized software.
Capabilities may include engineering, and      Analyzes functional business applications
business and records management skills.        and design specifications for functional
Develops plans for automated data              activities. Develops detailed analyses of
processing systems. Analyzes problems and      defined system specifications, and prepares
information for processing. Defines the        a wide variety of computer programs,
problems and develops system requirements      associated documentation, block diagrams,
and program specifications from which          and logic flow charts. Takes system design
programmers prepare detailed flow charts,      specifications and customizes software to
programs, and tests. Coordinates with          meet application requirements. Tests,
programmers       to     ensure     proper     debugs, and refines computer software.
implementation of program and system           Prepares required documentation and
specifications. Develops system alternative    enhances software to reduce operating time
solutions in conjunction with functional       and improve efficiency. Modifies existing
users.                                         software, in addition to creating special-
                                               purpose software to ensure efficiency and
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a           integrity between systems and applications.
minimum of four years related experience.      May include programming experience with
                                               multiple database systems, such as COBOL,
115—Systems Analyst I                          Sybase, Oracle, and Informix. Knowledge of
Functional Responsibility:                     document management and workflow
Analyzes and develops computer software.       systems. May provide supervision and
Capabilities may include engineering, and      direction to staff.

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                                                                       February 2, 2010
                                                                           9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                            Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                     Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                       Website: www.dstincorporated.com


                                               specifications and customizes software to
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a           meet application requirements. Enhances
minimum of eight years related experience.     software to reduce operating time and
                                               improve efficiency. Modifies existing
117—Programmer Analyst III                     software and creates special-purpose
Functional Responsibility:                     software to ensure efficiency and integrity
Analyzes systems specifications and            between systems and applications. Tests,
designs. Develops, modifies, and installs      debugs, and refines software to produce the
highly complex and customized software.        required product. Knowledge of document
Analyzes functional business applications      management, workflow systems, and
and design specifications for functional       programming. May provide task direction to
activities. Develops detailed analyses of      less experienced programmers.
defined system specifications, and prepares
a wide variety of computer programs,           Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
associated documentation, block diagrams,      minimum of four years related experience.
and logic flow charts. Takes system design
specifications and customizes software to      119—Programmer Analyst I
meet application requirements. Tests,          Functional Responsibility:
debugs, and refines computer software.         Assists more experienced programmers in
Prepares required documentation and            coding and maintaining applications and/or
enhances software to reduce operating time     operating systems software. Provides
and improve efficiency. Modifies existing      analysis of information requirements and
software, in addition to creating special-     aids in the evaluation of problems with
purpose software to ensure efficiency and      workflow, organization and planning, and
integrity between systems and applications.    helps develop appropriate corrective action.
May include programming experience with        Tests, debugs, and refines software to
multiple database systems such as COBOL,       produce the required product. Knowledge of
Sybase, Oracle, and Informix. Knowledge of     document management, workflow systems,
document management and workflow               and programming experience. Assignments
systems. May provide supervision and           are generally limited in scope and reviewed
direction to staff.                            by more experienced programmers.

Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or         a   Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
minimum of six years related experience.       minimum of two years related experience.

118—Programmer Analyst II                      120—Customer Support Technician III
Functional Responsibility:                     Functional Responsibility:
Analyzes systems specifications and            Provides on-site and telephone support to
designs. Develops, modifies, and installs      users in desktop and electronic mail
software. Conducts analyses of defined         applications. Installation of software and
system specifications, and prepares a wide     web applications. Diagnoses and corrects
variety of computer programs, associated       operating systems problems and repairing
documentation, block diagrams, and logic       equipment.     Documents problems and
flow charts. Takes system design

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                                                                        February 2, 2010
                                                                            9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                             Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                      Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                        Website: www.dstincorporated.com


corrective procedures.    May lead less         independent sources, reviews with staff, and
experienced customer support technicians.       studies of published materials and existing
                                                documentation. Interfaces with users,
Education/Experience: High   School             specialists, analysts, and programmers to
Diploma and a minimum of four years             obtain      background     information    of
related experience.                             technologies, methods, and standards.
                                                Revises text and recommends changes in
121—Customer Support Technician II              scope, format, and content to ensure
Functional Responsibility:                      conformance with established standards.
Provides on-site and telephone support to       Copy edits, standardizes, and makes changes
users in desktop and electronic mail            to materials prepared by other writers.
applications. Installation of software and      Performs final quality assurance checks on
web applications. Diagnoses and corrects        all materials.
operating systems problems and repairing
equipment.     Documents problems and           Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or             a
corrective procedures.     May lead less        minimum of six years related experience.
experienced customer support technicians.
                                                124—Technical Writer/Editor II
Education/Experience: High School               Functional Responsibility:
Diploma and a minimum of two years              Researches, writes, and edits materials for
related experience.                             related reports, manuals, briefs, proposals,
                                                instructional material, catalogs, technical
122—Customer Support Technician I               publications,     and      hardware/software
Functional Responsibility:                      documentation. Obtains technical data from
Under supervision, provides on-site and         independent sources, reviews with staff, and
telephone support to users in desktop and       studies of published materials and existing
electronic mail applications. Installation of   documentation. Interfaces with users,
software and web applications. Assists in       specialists, analysts, and programmers to
diagnosing and correcting operating systems     obtain      background     information    of
problems    and      repairing   equipment.     technologies, methods, and standards.
Documents problems and corrective               Revises text and recommends changes in
procedures.                                     scope, format, and content to ensure
                                                conformance with established standards.
Education/Experience: High   School             Copy edits, standardizes, and makes changes
Diploma and a minimum of six months             to materials prepared by other writers.
related experience.                             Performs final quality assurance checks on
                                                all materials.
123—Technical Writer/Editor III
Functional Responsibility:                      Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
Researches, writes, and edits materials for     minimum of four years related experience.
related reports, manuals, briefs, proposals,
instructional material, catalogs, technical     125—Technical Writer/Editor I
publications,    and     hardware/software      Functional Responsibility:
documentation. Obtains technical data from

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                                                                         February 2, 2010
                                                                            9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                             Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                      Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                        Website: www.dstincorporated.com


Researches, writes, and edits materials for     Functional Responsibility:
related reports, manuals, briefs, proposals,    Develops applications, interfaces, and
instructional material, catalogs, technical     database front-ends with visual development
publications,     and      hardware/software    and design tools for use in Internet/Extranet
documentation. Obtains technical data from      sites and applications. May provide human
independent sources, reviews with staff, and    factors engineering and usability testing and
studies of published materials and existing     support, database design and modeling.
documentation. Interfaces with users,           Works with HTML, Java, Jscript,
specialists, analysts, and programmers to       JavaScript, VBScript, PERL, CGI, SQL,
obtain      background     information    of    Active Server Pages, Oracle, Active Data
technologies, methods, and standards.           Objects, Active X, Plug-Ins, Visual Basic,
Revises text and recommends changes in          Visual C++, GIF JPEG, MPEG, video/audio
scope, format, and content to ensure            streaming, and more. Provides website
conformance with established standards.         development,      design,    support,     and
Copy edits, standardizes, and makes changes     maintenance. May function as team leader
to materials prepared by other writers.         for less experienced developers.
Performs final quality assurance checks on
all materials.                                  Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
                                                minimum of four years related experience.
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
minimum of two years related experience.
                                                128—Web Master I
126—Web Master III                              Functional Responsibility:
Functional Responsibility:                      Develops applications, interfaces, and
Develops applications, interfaces, and          database front-ends with visual development
database front-ends with visual development     and design tools for use in Internet/Extranet
and design tools for use in Internet/Extranet   sites and applications. May provide human
sites and applications. May provide human       factors engineering and usability testing and
factors engineering and usability testing and   support, database design and modeling.
support, and database design and modeling.      Works with HTML, Java, Jscript,
Works with HTML, Java, Jscript,                 JavaScript, VBScript, PERL, CGI, SQL,
JavaScript, VBScript, PERL, CGI, SQL,           Active Server Pages, Oracle, Active Data
Active Server Pages, Oracle, Active Data        Objects, Active X, Plug-Ins, Visual Basic,
Objects, Active X, Plug-Ins, Visual Basic,      Visual C++, GIF JPEG, MPEG, video/audio
Visual C++, GIF JPEG, MPEG, video/audio         streaming, and more. Provides website
streaming, and more. Provides website           development,      design,    support,     and
development,      design,    support,     and   maintenance. May function as team leader
maintenance. May function as team leader        for less experienced developers.
for less experienced developers.
                                                Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or a
Education/Experience: B.S./B.A. or         a    minimum of two years related experience.
minimum of six years related experience.
                                                129—Graphics Specialist III
127—Web Master II                               Functional Responsibility:

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                                                                         February 2, 2010
                                                                          9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                           Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                    Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                      Website: www.dstincorporated.com


Supervises and supports the development of    Prepares draft and final form documents.
all contract deliverables and reports by      Must be capable of typing at least 40 words-
developing     and    updating     graphics   per-minute. Must be able to type technical
presentations to improve quality and          narratives and data. Responsible for
enhance usability of support documents.       spelling,     grammar,     formatting,  and
Responsible for integrating the graphics      proofreading        finished      documents.
(generated with automated tools) with other   Demonstrated ability in using a variety of
support documents.                            office suite applications.

Education/Experience: High School             Education/Experience:      High School
Diploma and a minimum of four years           Diploma and a minimum of six years related
related experience.                           experience.

130—Graphics Specialist II                    133—Administrative Assistant III
Functional Responsibility:                    Functional Responsibility:
Supervises and supports the development of    Prepares draft and final form documents.
all contract deliverables and reports by      Must be capable of typing at least 40 words-
developing     and    updating     graphics   per-minute. Must be able to type technical
presentations to improve quality and          narratives and data. Responsible for
enhance usability of support documents.       spelling,     grammar,     formatting,  and
Responsible for integrating the graphics      proofreading        finished      documents.
(generated with automated tools) with other   Demonstrated ability in using a variety of
support documents.                            office suite applications.

Education/Experience: High  School            Education/Experience: High   School
Diploma and a minimum of two years            Diploma and a minimum of four years
related experience.                           related experience.

131—Graphics Specialist I
Functional Responsibility:
Supports the development of all contract
deliverables and reports by developing and    134—Administrative Assistant II
updating graphics presentations to improve    Functional Responsibility:
quality and enhance usability of support      Prepares draft and final form documents.
documents. Responsible for integrating the    Must be capable of typing at least 40 words-
graphics (generated with automated tools)     per-minute. Must be able to type technical
with other support documents.                 narratives and data. Responsible for
                                              spelling,     grammar,     formatting,  and
Education/Experience: High   School           proofreading        finished      documents.
Diploma and a minimum of six months           Demonstrated ability in using a variety of
related experience.                           office suite applications.

132—Administrative Assistant IV
Functional Responsibility:

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                                                                       February 2, 2010
                                                                              9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                               Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                        Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                          Website: www.dstincorporated.com


Education/Experience: High  School
Diploma and a minimum of two years                Education/Experience: High School
related experience.                               Diploma and a minimum of four years
                                                  related experience.
135—Administrative Assistant I
Functional Responsibility:                        138—General Clerk II
Prepares draft and final form documents.          Functional Responsibility:
Must be capable of typing at least 40 words-      Performs a variety of administrative duties
per-minute. Must be able to type technical        and clerical activities, as well as maintaining
narratives and data. Responsible for              a wide variety of records and files. Verifies
spelling,     grammar,     formatting,  and       statistical reports for accuracy and
proofreading        finished      documents.      completeness.      Handles       and    adjusts
Demonstrated ability in using a variety of        complaints. Performs a variety of tasks.
office suite applications.                        May lead and or train less experience clerks
                                                  or administrative personnel.
Education/Experience: High   School
Diploma and a minimum of six months               Education/Experience: High School
related experience.                               Diploma and a minimum of two years
                                                  related experience.
136—General Clerk IV
Functional Responsibility:                        139—General Clerk I
Performs a variety of administrative duties       Functional Responsibility:
and clerical activities, as well as maintaining   Performs a variety of administrative duties
a wide variety of records and files. Verifies     and clerical activities, as well as maintaining
statistical reports for accuracy and              a wide variety of records and files. Verifies
completeness.      Handles       and    adjusts   statistical reports for accuracy and
complaints. Performs a variety of tasks.          completeness.      Handles       and    adjusts
May lead and or train less experience clerks      complaints. Performs a variety of tasks.
or administrative personnel.                      May lead and or train less experience clerks
                                                  or administrative personnel.
Education/Experience:      High School
Diploma and a minimum of six years related        Education/Experience:  High School
experience.                                       Diploma and a minimum of six months
                                                  related experience.
137—General Clerk III
Functional Responsibility:                        140—Data Entry Clerk IV
Performs a variety of administrative duties       Functional Responsibility:
and clerical activities, as well as maintaining   Coordinates the workflow of data into
a wide variety of records and files. Verifies     various information systems. Keys, verifies,
statistical reports for accuracy and              and corrects all data entered. Processes all
completeness.      Handles       and    adjusts   documents received for data entry on a first
complaints. Performs a variety of tasks.          in first out (FIFO) basis. Provides an
May lead and or train less experience clerks      immediate verbal report of any data error
or administrative personnel.                      messages. Files all source documents

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                                                                           February 2, 2010
                                                                           9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                            Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                     Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                       Website: www.dstincorporated.com


accurately after data processing. Performs     Coordinates the workflow of data into
related clerical duties.                       various information systems. Keys, verifies,
                                               and corrects all data entered. Processes all
Education/Experience:    High      School      documents received for data entry on a first
Diploma and a minimum of six years related     in first out (FIFO) basis. Provides an
experience.                                    immediate verbal report of any data error
                                               messages. Files all source documents
                                               accurately after data processing. Performs
                                               related clerical duties.
141—Data Entry Clerk III
Functional Responsibility:                     Education/Experience: High   School
Coordinates the workflow of data into          Diploma and a minimum of six months
various information systems. Keys, verifies,   related experience.
and corrects all data entered. Processes all
documents received for data entry on a first   144—Lead Assemblyman
in first out (FIFO) basis. Provides an         Functional Responsibility:
immediate verbal report of any data error      Performs physical work involved in the
messages. Files all source documents           accurate and timely assembly of electrical
accurately after data processing. Performs     and non-electronic materials. Installs, alters,
related clerical duties.                       aligns, repairs and inspects support systems
                                               and equipment in accordance with
Education/Experience: High   School            applicable technical specifications. May be
Diploma and a minimum of four years            required      to     interpret    engineering
related experience.                            specifications from text, drawings, and
                                               computer-aided drafting systems. Capable of
142—Data Entry Clerk II                        using a variety of tools and precision
Functional Responsibility:                     measuring instruments. May provide
Coordinates the workflow of data into          training to less experienced assemblyman.
various information systems. Keys, verifies,
and corrects all data entered. Processes all   Education/Experience: High School
documents received for data entry on a first   Diploma and a minimum of four years
in first out (FIFO) basis. Provides an         related experience.
immediate verbal report of any data error
messages. Files all source documents           145—Power Collator
accurately after data processing. Performs     Functional Responsibility:
related clerical duties.                       Performs physical labor associated with
                                               changing batteries for machinery. Installs,
Education/Experience: High  School             alters, aligns, repairs and inspects support
Diploma and a minimum of two years             systems and equipment in accordance with
related experience.                            applicable technical specifications. May be
                                               required to use a variety of tools and
143—Data Entry Clerk I                         precision measuring instruments.
Functional Responsibility:


LOGWORLD Schedule No: GS-10F-0324P                  “Developing Solutions for Tomorrow”      43
                                                                        February 2, 2010
                                                                           9901 Business Parkway, Suite R
                                                                            Lanham, Maryland 20706-1887
                                                                     Tel: 301-583-3500  Fax: 301-583-3509
                                                                       Website: www.dstincorporated.com


Education/Experience:  High School
Diploma and a minimum of six months            149—Accounting Clerk II
related experience.                            Functional Responsibility:
                                               Performs a variety of accounting tasks in
146—Cleaning Crewman                           support of ensuring the accounting
Functional Responsibility:                     department meets established goals.
Responsible for the cleaning and sanitation    Maintains accurate record keeping. Process
of buildings and grounds. Follows cleaning     Accounting transactions and entries. Ability
procedures and schedules. Consistently         to perform a volume of numerical detail
strives to maintain a clean and attractive     work with speed and accuracy.
facility.
                                               Education/Experience: High School
Education/Experience:  High School             Diploma and a minimum of two years
Diploma and a minimum of six months            related experience.
related experience.
                                               150—Accounting Clerk I
147—Accounting Clerk IV                        Functional Responsibility:
Functional Responsibility:                     Performs basic accounting and bookkeeping
Performs daily accounting activities such as   functions. Responsibility includes verifying
maintenance of general ledger and              reports, developing and maintaining
preparation of various accounting statements   accounting files and record. Ability to use a
and financial reports. Relies on experience    calculator, perform basic arithmetic and
and judgment to plan and accomplish goals      perform routine computer data entry.
on a variety of tasks. May direct and lead     Education/Experience: High School
the work of others.                            Diploma and a minimum of six months
                                               related experience.
Education/Experience: High School
Diploma and a minimum of six years related
experience.

148—Accounting Clerk III
Functional Responsibility:
Performs a variety of accounting duties
including more complex accounting
transactions. Ensures that accounting files
and records are being properly maintained.
Performs all the duties of the lower level
staff as required. Ability to work
independently and exercise some
supervision over any entry level staff.

Education/Experience: High School
Diploma and a minimum of four years
related experience.

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