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    The mission of GSA is to deliver the best value in real estate, acquisition, and technology services to the federal government.

    GSA’s four strategic goals:

    1) Save taxpayer money through better management of Federal real estate. 2) Establish GSA as the premier provider of efficient and effective acquisition solutions across the Federal Government. 3) Improve the way Federal agencies buy, build, and use technology. 4) Design and deliver expanded shared services within GSA and across the Federal Government to improve performance and save taxpayer money.

    GSA is the government landlord, creating a 21st century workplace across government to drive down costs and increase productivity. We’re also the premier source for equipment, supplies, telecommunications, and integrated information technology to federal agencies. GSA has an annual contract volume of over $60 billion, manages over 200,000 fleet vehicles, assists tens of thousands of federal travelers through GSA’s electronic travel system, and serves as the focal point for data, information services offered by the federal government to its citizens. About 12,000 employees provide valuable support to other federal agencies and the general public.


    Office of GSA IT

    Washington, DC


    • Occasional travel may be required.
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    All application materials must be received by the closing date.

    Veterans’ preference is not applicable to the SES.

    Applicants must be U.S. Citizens.

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    Are you ready to be a part of the finest IT organization in the federal government? The General Services Administration’s (GSA) IT organization strives to be a technology leader in agility, mobility, efficiency, and productivity. GSA IT provides our agency with business solutions that enable the agency to deliver services across the federal government. We were the first agency to have the internet on every desktop and to move our email to the Cloud, but we don’t want to stop there!

    The Deputy Chief Information Officer is responsible for assisting the GSA Chief Information Officer (CIO) in the leadership of all GSA information technology (IT) responsibilities and authorities. The position is located in the Office of GSA IT and reports directly to GSA's CIO. Provides advice and assistance to the CIO, GSA Administrator and other Heads of Services (i.e., Public Buildings Service and Federal Acquisition Service) and Staff Offices on critical technology issues.

    The Deputy CIO leads a key portfolio of activities including but not limited to Overall Enterprise Wide IT Strategy, Enterprise Data Management Strategy, and solutions architecture and digital services functions.

    The Deputy CIO leads a key portfolio of activities through subordinate supervisors, including Associate CIO's at the SES and SL levels, who report directly to the Deputy, representing up to 250 , or nearly 50% of the GSA IT organization.

    Provides leadership in problem analysis and problem solving in a technical environment to assess impact of current and emerging infrastructure technologies and analyze application of technology. Interfaces with executives and customers within GSA's business lines.

    Serves as an advisor to the CIO, Administrator and other senior GSA officials on all technology issues, operations support, technology innovation and strategic planning. Represents the CIO in government-wide groups, external activities, and may represent the CIO at the Federal CIO Council. Stays abreast of the laws, executive orders, and other national policies governing information management, including , FITARA, E-Government Act and security related legislation. Maintains liaison with senior GSA officials, other agencies, and the private sector to keep abreast of new technology and developments in the IT industry, and exchanges this information with the GSA leadership, managers and end-users to foster the effective and timely use of technological improvements to enhance the mission performance of GSA. Oversees and directs other IT operational units in the Office of GSA IT as directed.

    Travel Required

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    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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