WHAT IS THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION? The mission of IRS Information Technology is to provide leadership in the delivery of information technology solutions that anticipate and meet enterprise-wide needs by empowering employees to deliver customer centered, value-creating systems, products, services, and support.Learn more about this agency
WHAT DOES A COMPUTER SCIENTIST DO? As a Computer Scientist you perform in the role of a technical expert on the research, acquisition, design, development, maintenance and securing of information systems. In this role, you will lead projects to acquire major systems or to make extensive changes to existing systems, taking into account changing requirements and interfaces, technology advances and evolving Federal and industry standards. You will also be called upon to develop complex operational policies, standards, and guidance.
As a Computer Scientist, you will:
- Develop complex Information Systems (IS) design and operations guidance documents and policies.
- Initiate, direct and conduct IS studies utilizing broad expertise across several engineering/information systems disciplines.
- Lead projects to design, acquire, and implement major prototype and developmental systems or to make extensive modifications and upgrades to existing systems.
- Initiate and develop models, operational studies and tests of comparability among a wide variety of information systems and IS component.
- Coordinate with IS architects, other systems developers, and functional areas within IRS to ensure information systems are properly integrated into the target architecture and transition plans.
- Provide advice and counsel to executive level managers on major IS technical issues.
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