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    Summary

    The Administrative Systems Office is organized in a ITIL matrix style fashion with two divisions. The Strategic Planning Division is responsible for strategy, communication, budget, and developing needed services for their customers. The Systems Execution Division is responsible for developing the products that meet the service requirements. The Systems Execution Division is also responsible for Operations & Maintenance, Application Support, Infrastructure, and Development.

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    Responsibilities

    This position serves as the Financial Systems Product Owner. The Product Owner is the central hub, ensuring that all stakeholders, users and the automated systems are aligned appropriately to ensure that the Judiciary meets its statutory requirements. The duties of this position includes but are not limited to the following:

    1. Serving as a liaison between the end users (court and AO), ASO Portfolio Managers and ASO Branch Chiefs to ensure that requirements, services, capabilities, and status is fully understood among stakeholders.
    2. Working with the portfolio manager and branch chief to maintain the five-year strategic plan and the current year tactical plan to ensure continued compliance with vendor and external/internal agency requirements and updates.
    3. Supporting the streamlining of all financial implementation efforts. Working in conjunction with other ASO teams and Business Owners, this includes liaising with teams in the areas of software development and client service desk operations to oversee issues and resolutions to determine trends or problem areas.
    4. Clarifying the intent of and prioritizing change requests based on defined customer and stakeholder parameters.
    5. Managing the change control process and defining release contents:
      - Leading Change Control Board (CCB) meetings;
      - Ensuring that sufficient items are groomed appropriately and timely;
      - Maintaining the backlog;
      - Preparing and conducting the release planning meetings; and
      - Preparing and distributing release artifacts.
    6. Assisting with the creation of requirement stories.
    7. Testing software acceptance, creating test cases and acceptance criteria.
    8. Assisting with the development of communications and training materials.
    9. Responsible for reviewing demonstrations, accepting changes and coordinating releases:
      - Conducting meetings to review project/release status, discuss upcoming releases, issues and deployment tasks;
      - Informing the team on priorities and what's coming;
      - Monitoring portfolio projects progress through weekly Project Status meetings and PM artifacts;
      - Understanding and communicating change impact on releases;
      - Working with branch managers (or their designated representative) on each release; and
      - Creating release charts, publishing dates, reviewing dates to gain all branch agreement.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    None

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/524365100. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.