Manages the Boards strategic planning efforts. In conjunction with the Board and other senior managers, develops, publishes, and regularly assesses the Boards short-term and long-term strategic goals and objectives.
Provides executive leadership in planning, implementing, and managing the Boards financial and administrative programs. Monitors and evaluates each programs effectiveness to ensure accountable, results-oriented quality services. Directly manages and supervises OGM operations that include, but are not limited to: human resources; acquisition and procurement; physical, personal, and document security; facilities and equipment; IT security and services; and, records/knowledge management. Advises the Board and top agency officials on administrative policies, regulations, practices, and their effect on the Boards operations.
Serves as the Boards senior advisor and primary interface with Members of Congress and other high-level Federal officials having legislative, policy, and regulatory authority over the Board and its programs. Responds to formal inquiries addressed to the Board from Members of Congress. As required, participates in drafting official agency proposals for legislation, Congressional testimony, responses to correspondence from OMB, GAO, or other Federal audit entity. Recommends new or revised legislation, apportionment of agency resources among the Boards programs, and the most effective organizational structure for accomplishing the agencys mission.
Serves as the Boards Privacy Officer and has primary responsibility for privacy and data protection policy for the Board. Maintains responsibility for the overall development and maintenance of privacy policies, procedures, and guidance essential to the effective and efficient implementation of these activities. Ensures Board compliance with Open Government Initiative.
Oversees the Boards public affairs activities such as responding to inquiries and requests for information from Congress, the media, Government agencies, and the public. Ensures activities promote public awareness of the Boards mission and function. Establishes and maintains constructive dialogue between the Board and key interest groups such as the Congress, other Federal agencies, and the public.
Serves as the Boards EEO Director; provides guidance and assistance to agency officials in EEO matters and manages the planning and execution of the program.