This vacancy is also advertised under announcement # HHS-OIG-ES-2210-18-10321262. Only one position will be filled.Learn more about this agency
OIG uses a streamlined "résumé only" application method. Additional narratives addressing ECQs or TQs are not required.
This position is located in the Department of Health And Human Services, Office of Inspector General, Office of Audit Services. OIG is ranked as the #1 agency in HHS by the Partnership for Public Service "Best Places to Work in Federal Government" 2017 ratings.
The incumbent provides executive oversight and strategic direction to the OAS Cybersecurity and IT Audit Division (CITAD) whose cybersecurity work identifies and makes HHS aware of risks and vulnerabilities. Oversees a comprehensive, state-of-the-art audit program and ensures timely, impactful, and innovative cybersecurity and IT audits of data and systems.
Provides expert guidance and oversight for implementing IT Audit and Computer Crime Investigation (ITACCI) IT strategies.
Develops, directs, or advises others on audits over HHS IT acquisitions including modernization of legacy IT systems, procurement of equipment, software, and services that ensure HHS is properly applying federal procurement and contract administration policies and regulations. Determines if HHS and its Operating Divisions have implemented controls to limit duplicative purchasing practices and leverage economies of scale to reduce costs and maximize efficiency and effectiveness.
Fosters agency partnerships across HHS, with other Federal agencies, State and local governments, and cross-sector groups.
Issues audit reports to appropriate Department management officials with recommendations for corrective action with respect to deficiencies and for possible changes in Departmental policies, procedures, practices, and operations based on audit findings. Ensures recommendations are impactful and actionable, tracks the status of and presses for early implementation of recommendations, conducts follow-up reviews as necessary, and advises senior management of significant prolonged and/or unwarranted noncompliance.
Directs the work of CITAD, which includes: assessing policy, program, and project feasibility; determining program goals and developing implementation plans; designing an organizational structure to promote effective work accomplishment; and setting effectiveness, efficiency, productivity, and management/internal control standards.
Supervises and provides technical and administrative direction to CITAD staff through subordinate managers. Exercises overall responsibility for recruiting, hiring, training, developing, evaluating, promoting, and awarding staff members, and for modeling and promoting the principles of equal employment opportunity. Works closely with senior managers within the office, providing advice and guidance. Motivates subordinate managers to incorporate vision, strategic planning, and elements of quality management into the full range of their activities.
Occasional travel - Required.
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