This position is located in the Executive Office of the President (EOP), Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Office of the Federal Chief Information Officer (OFCIO), also known as the Office of E-Government and Information Technology (IT), per the E-Gov Act of 2002.Learn more about this agency
As a SUPERVISORY POLICY ANALYST, GS-0301-15, your typical work assignments may include the following:
The incumbent serves as a Supervisory Policy Analyst and performs duties relating to strengthening the Federal government's IT programs, policies and infrastructure through oversight and policy development consistent with the Administration's priorities. The incumbent applies a wide-range of complex analytic and evaluative methods and techniques to direct, conduct and complete special analyses and studies that support budget, legislative, and regulatory policymaking for IT, digital services, and information security programs and issues. Additionally, the incumbent provides full-range supervisory oversight to staff within OFCIO. The position performs duties related to IT reform efforts, consistent with the Information Technology Oversight and Reform (ITOR) fund. Additionally, the incumbent will collaborate with agencies and policy teams in terms of the CIO Act, Cyber Policy Initiatives, Evidence Based Policy and relevant Executive Orders.
OFCIO is responsible for policy development and oversight functions that improve the efficiency and effectiveness of enabling IT throughout the Executive Branch of the Federal government. OFCIO supports the development, implementation, and tracking of a broad range of IT policies and related initiatives that improve the ability of Federal agencies to deliver IT services, manage IT resources, maximize IT investments, and enhance cybersecurity.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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