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WEATHER DOMAIN LABOR CATEGORIES

Category 1: Scientific Services
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Examples include (but are not limited to) Atmospheric Sciences, Chemistry, Climatology, Environmental, Geology, Materials Science, Meteorology, Oceanography, Physics, and Space Applications.

Scientific Services Subcategories

Level 1: See the standard “level 1” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 2: See the standard “level 2” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 3: See the standard “level 3” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 4: See the standard “level 4” definition at the end of this discussion.

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Category 2: Engineering Services
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Examples include (but are not limited to) Electrical, Chemical, Electronics, Systems, Software, Network, Telecommunications, Equipment, Environmental, Industrial, General, Materials, and Mechanical.

Engineering Services Subcategories

Level 1: See the standard “level 1” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 2: See the standard “level 2” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 3: See the standard “level 3” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 4: See the standard “level 4” definition at the end of this discussion.

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Category 3: Analytical Services
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Examples include (but not limited to) Computer Science, Mathematics, Operations Research, and Statistics.

Analytical Services Subcategories

Level 1: See the standard “level 1” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 2: See the standard “level 2” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 3: See the standard “level 3” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 4: See the standard “level 4” definition at the end of this discussion.

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Category 4: Program Operations Services.
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Examples include (but not limited to) Budget Analysis, Education and Training, Financial Management, International Cooperation, Management and Program Analysis, Program Management, and Technical Writing and Editing.

Program Operations Services Subcategories

Level 1: See the standard “level 1” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 2: See the standard “level 2” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 3: See the standard “level 3” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 4: See the standard “level 4” definition at the end of this discussion.

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Category 5: Scientific Information Services.
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Examples include (but not limited to) Data Collection, Data Processing, Image Analysis, Information Systems, Quality Control Inspection, Scientific Applications Programing, Scientific Systems Analysis, and Web Designing.

Scientific Information Services Subcategories

Level 1: See the standard “level 1” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 2: See the standard “level 2” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 3: See the standard “level 3” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 4: See the standard “level 4” definition at the end of this discussion.


Category 6: Social Science Services
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Examples include (but not limited to) Anthropology, Economics, and Social Science.

Social Science Subcategories

Level 1: See the standard “level 1” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 2: See the standard “level 2” definition at the end of this discussion.
Level 3: See the standard “level 3” definition at the end of this discussion.

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Standard Level Definitions
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Advanced degrees from an accredited institution and/or professional credentials from a recognized entity may be cumulatively tallied and substituted for experience. Masters and associates degrees are equivalent to two years of experience; bachelors and doctoral degrees are equivalent to four years of experience. Requirements for specialized degrees, credentials, and experience will be specified at the task order level.

Level 1: Minimum of two years of relevant experience, with up to four years total relevant experience.
Level 2: Minimum of five years of relevant experience, with up to seven years total relevant experience.
Level 3: Minimum of eight years of relevant experience, with up to ten years total relevant experience.
Level 4: Minimum of ten years of relevant experience.

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Note: Advanced degrees from an accredited institution and/or professional credentials from a recognized entity may be cumulatively tallied and substituted for experience. Masters and associates degrees are equivalent to two years of experience; bachelors and doctoral degrees are equivalent to four years of experience. Requirements for specialized degrees, credentials, and experience will be specified at the task order level.