This position is part of the Office of the Chief Information Officer, Office of the Secretary of Interior. The incumbent maintains primary responsibility, and authority, in representation of the Dept of the Interior (DOI) negotiations with federal and non-federal, state, Tribal and international governments and agencies, regarding the convergence and sharing of wireless telecommunications services and systems.
Salary Range: CO $112,133 - 145,772; DC/VA $114,590 - $148,967; ID $103,106 - $134,038Learn more about this agency
- Fosters, protects and leads DOI public safety wireless communications partnerships with federal and non-federal, state, tribal and international governments and agencies.
- Formulates DOI policies, views, positions and recommendations relating to the administrative and technical management of telecommunications concerning spectrum management.
- Represents the DOI on intergovernmental committees and subcommittees such as the Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee and the Frequency Action Subcommittee.
- Represents DOI on various government-wide committees, working groups and councils, at the national level, to coordinate government-wide policy, management and technical use of radio communications in all forms.
- Establishes and maintains close working relationships with primary telecommunications and spectrum management offices of other national level federal agencies, the Federal Comm Commission, and governments of state, Tribal and other nations.
- Determines technical compatibility between proposed radio frequency use of other agencies and those of Interior agencies.
- Evaluates and recommends telecommunications system designs and electronic equipment technical standards that significantly influence the effectiveness and cost of equipment purchased by Interior agencies.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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