The MAS Director is responsible to manage advisory engagements that evaluate, streamline, and otherwise improving the practices of the U.S. House of Representatives to help ensure that House activities achieve the desired objectives efficiently and effectively.Learn more about this agency
- Independently plans, directs, controls all aspects of management advisories designed to evaluate management practices and identify and recommend business process improvements. Develop plans, identify data sources, coordinate access to data, perform highly-complex analysis of data, identify issues, and assess risk and significance to House systems/operations.
- Oversees and produces work products, including work papers, briefings, reports, MAS standard operating procedures, testimony, evaluations, and OIG administrative documents. Identifies and approves tools. Reviews methodology for using tools to increase efficiency, effectiveness, and outcomes of advisories.
- Leads and conducts briefings, and entrance/exit conferences.
- Ensures MAS performs work in compliance with Government Accountability Office Government Accounting Standards and OIG Policies and Procedures.
- Advises management on meeting its objectives using a risk-based approach. Assesses risk and significance to House systems/operations of issues identified in advisories. Keeps OIG senior management, House senior-level management, and the Committee on House Administration informed of risks and observations, and necessity and urgency for corrective actions. Addresses and resolves conflicts with House senior management.
- Develops and proposes MAS risk-based annual advisory work plan.
- Stays apprised of current techniques, issues, and trends relevant to the work plan and general technologies. Serves as a subject matter expert for MAS in multiple technology and advisory areas.
- Contributes to improving MAS and the OIG by: identifying and implementing new/improved processes, techniques, and tools; proposing and approving process changes needed for implementation; facilitating sharing of knowledge; providing intra-office assistance.
- Manages MAS contractor budget and performance.
- Leads and manages special projects; other tasks as assigned.
- Manages staff and financial resources to meet OIG and MAS objectives. Provides clear guidance and direction to staff on assignments, advisory processes, execution, and development.
- Manages staff performance: recognizes/rewards staff contributions, addresses performance issues, and prepares staff evaluations.
- Supports staff development: collaborates with staff on training plans; reviews/approves training requests; proposes division-wide plans for staff development.
- Identifies qualified successors; leads recruitment of new staff.
Occasional travel - Overnight travel is rare, and generally only in conjunction with attending out-of-town training, seminars, or conferences.
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