This position is located in the Department of Defense (DoD) Office of the Inspector General (OIG), Office of the Strategy, Planning and Innovation (SPI), Defense Case Activity Tracking System Division(D-CATS). The incumbent is responsible and accountable for supporting all programmatic aspects of the operation, development, and sustainment of the system and the planned deployment of D-CATSe, an enterprise version of D-CATS. D-CATS/D-CATSe is a next-generation case management system built to improve efficiency and effectiveness for OIG hotline and administrative investigations functions for Offices of Inspectors General across the Department of Defense.
Who May Apply: Only applicants who meet one of the employment authority categories below are eligible to apply for this job. You will be asked to identify which category or categories you meet, and to provide documents which prove you meet the category or categories you selected.
· Current Permanent Department of Defense DODIG
· Current Permanent Department of Defense (DOD) - DOD Transfer (Excluding DODIG)
· Current Permanent Non-Department of Defense Civilian Employee - Non DOD Transfer
Duties as a Supervisory Program Manager include but are not limited:
Responsible and accountable for planning, coordinating, and executing all activities for
D-CATS/D-CATSe, a mission critical IT system, for the OIG. External stakeholders include the Inspectors General for the Military Services (Active, Reserve, and Guard components), the Joint Staff, Combatant Commands, and Defense Agencies.
Exercises independent judgment and applies exceptional executive managerial skills in the direction, oversight and decision-making for the entire life-cycle of the D-CATS/D-CATSe Program. Utilizes expertise in program management, information technology (IT), and IT project management to ensure the program is meeting stakeholder expectations and is operating within programmed cost, schedule, and performance measures.
Establishes and manages all policies, goals and objectives for the D-CATS/D-CATSe Program. Chairs the D-CATSe working group, integrated program team, configuration control board, and other necessary groups to plan and monitor program activities, direction, and policy. Documents customer requirements and ensure project objectives align to meet business needs.
Collaborates with cross-functional teams (including OIG, Service Components, Combatant Commands, and Defense Agencies) for project planning, scheduling, rough order of magnitude cost-estimating, and risk assessments aimed at deploying and sustaining D-CATSe at posts, camps, and stations around the globe. Maintains efficient and effective customer communications, manages customer expectations, and ensures the project stays within the documented project scope.
Collects and analyzes data to support long- and short-term operational planning and capital investment for D-CATS/D-CATSe Program. Manages and performs lifecycle cost analysis, cost benefit analysis, and economic evaluations of current or proposed program operations. Responsible for monitoring project expenses, developing contractual documentation (Statements of Work [SOW] and Performance Work Statements [PWS]), reviewing and evaluating contractor proposals, and making recommendations and awards. Ensures system compliance with Federal, DoD, and OIG policy and regulations.
Prepares and presents information for investment review councils, such as the DCMO Defense Business Council and the DoD OIG Technology Review Council. Information includes documentation relating to enterprise architecture, business process reengineering, problem statements, organizational execution plans and other analyses required under the DCMO Defense Business Systems process.
Occasional travel - Less than 10% of travel may be required
Who May Apply
This job is open to…DoD-Wide Status Candidates
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