Personnel Of The Initial Digital Forensics Lab Staffing

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Personnel. The personnel requirements of the initial digital forensics lab staffing must be considered the most expensive aspect of the proposal. Personnel costs can be directly linked to the experience level, skill sets required, geographic location, and expected level of professional certification or qualification of the individual team members based on the roles to be filled. This section of the proposal will look at personnel from two perspectives, position description qualifications and overall cost against budget. Position descriptions. The below position descriptions are provided with the expected experience level of the personnel to be employed, in parentheses, and estimated man-years per employee. Estimates are based on the total annual man-hours expected to be expended in support of digital forensic lab related functions as defined by job skills and labor categories. Lab manager (Subject Matter Expert) (1).The Lab Manager establishes formal policies and processes for case management, maintains fiscal responsibilities for the lab and team needs, supports consensus decision making and enforces ethical standards ad is also responsible for ensuring the digital forensic tools (hardware and software) are procured and maintained (Nelson et al., 2014). Among the processes established and updated regularly that fall within the lab managers’ area of responsibility are the quality assurance process, evidence logging and handling procedures, lab personnel physical space

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