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    Responsibilities

    The Deputy Program Executive Officer for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors (DPEO IEW&S) is responsible for a broad range of executive leadership responsibilities involving life cycle development, acquisition, testing, product improvement, fielding and sustainment of IEW&S capabilities, focusing on total life cycle effectiveness and efficiencies. Responsibilities include management emphasis and oversight of highly complex and dynamic systems to include aircraft survivability, biometrics, counter-IED, electronic warfare, data analytics (Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning) offensive cyber, space, persistence surveillance tethered, integrated base defense, EO-IR, and manned/unmanned ISR focusing on total life cycle effectiveness and efficiencies. Supports the PEO, as the MDA in management responsibility and influence over 49 programs of record (ACAT I - III) involving annual base budget of approximately $3B and $22B over the POM. The DPEO is under the strategic direction of the PEO IEW&S and has the authority for planning, coordinating and appraising the work of the organization, to include the PEO staff, nine split-based Project/Program Product Offices total organization spanning six (6) O6/15 equivalent led organizations, twenty five (25) O5/14 equivalent led organizations, and a combined workforce of approximately 1200 multi-disciplined personnel.. Creates and fosters an environment that promotes partnering, collaboration, and collective decision-making between and among organizations. This includes working with outside agencies to collaborate on technology, data and product exchanges that will enhance synergy and efficiency. In addition, interacts with the Intelligence Community, Congress, OSD, and Joint Staff to shape policy and budget decisions. Participates in the strategic management of human capital, linking personnel strategies to organizational values, objectives and priorities. Determines and/or recommends policy, commits the PEO to courses of action and staffing, and responsible to oversee troubleshooting of problems which may arise. Is relied upon for independence of action to formulate and execute policy and manage the programs in accordance with applicable laws, policies and regulatory guidance. Keeps the PEO apprised of programs status, consequential problems, resources status, and policy matters.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Promotion Potential

    00

  • Job family (Series)

    0340 Program Management

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