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    As Chief Information Officer (CIO) this position serves as principal advisor and consultant to the NASA Langley Research Center Office of the Director, Agency Chief Information Officer, Center organizations, and other Centers in matters concerning information technology (IT) activities. The CIO manages the full range of information systems and services to support Center programmatic, engineering, scientific, and administrative functions. This includes planning, engineering, acquiring, and operating computer systems, including voice, data, and video networks, as well as the acquisition of software products and the development of application software. In addition, the CIO has Agency-wide responsibility for the Agency Scientific and Technical Information (STI) Program, whose mission is the collection, archival, storage, cataloging, retrieval, and life-cycle management of NASA-generated STI.

    The CIO ensures that Langley Research Center?s investments in IT are in alignment with the Agency?s Information Resources Management (IRM) Strategic Plan and that the Center complies with the NASA Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) process in establishing the Center IT Investment Portfolio. This position establishes and manages a Center IT Security program in accordance with Federal and Agency guidance. The CIO has Center-wide responsibility for a broad range of IT activities including planning, enterprise architecture, security, program integration, standards, and policy.

    This position represents the Center as a member of the NASA CIO Board, and is responsible for integrating, verifying, and communicating the Center?s requirements, issues, and concerns on Agency-wide matters under Board consideration. Board responsibilities also include supporting the NASA CIO by remaining cognizant of current and planned Agency-wide systems and services and coordinating Center participation in Agency-wide CIO initiatives. The CIO ensures that relevant policies, decisions, and positions are effectively communicated externally and internally, and that issues relating to or impacting the Center, its mission, and its capabilities are considered and acted upon.

    At NASA, we know that our employees are our most important strength. That's why we've been recognized as one of the best places to work in the Federal Government! Use your current skills and knowledge to build an even brighter future for NASA, while at the same time expanding your own horizons by strengthening competencies that will serve NASA into the 21st century. This may be the opportunity that's right for you!

    Note: Please refer to the "How You Will be Evaluated" section for additional application instructions.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Travel may be required for training or other work-related duties

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/511325600. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.