Job Overview


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These positions are located in the:

Office of Information Services

Solutions Development Division, Business Line Solutions Branch

Solutions Development Division, Infrastructure Solutions Branch and

Operations Division, Systems Engineering Branch


The Supervisors are:

Susan Daniel, Branch Chief, Business Line Solutions Branch

Gwendolyn Hayden, Branch Chief, Infrastructure and Solutions Branch and

Michael Williams, Branch Chief, Systems Engineering Branch


These positions are bargaining unit positions

Expenses associated with the interview and/or relocation may be paid by the Agency.


As an IT Specialist (Systems Analyst) you will be responsible for establishing information technology direction and standards to support the Agency’s mission and program goals by:

  • working with customers to identify opportunities where technologies may be used to make their activities more effective and efficient including conducting and analyzing research, conducting assessments and pilots on new and emerging technologies, and reviewing and implementing best practices;
  • assisting customers with their toolkit approvals, ECR requests, screening forms, and business cases;
  • hosting focus group meetings to bring together business and IT staff to jointly identify business needs and identify possible technology solutions;
  • developing and implementing policies for management and use of new and emerging technologies; 
  • serving as agency representative at related government and industry sponsored conferences, trade shows, seminars and workshops;
  • assisting other OIS groups by managing own and team’s support of an interdependent (or matrixed) project development environment.