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    The Assistant Administrator for Energy Analysis interacts with the EIA Administrator and Deputy Administrator, other Departmental officers, the Congressional and Executive Branches, and agency stakeholders who require energy analysis and related services in order to determine priorities, anticipate future requests for energy analysis, and allocate and manage resources and program activities among the components of the offices overseen by the Assistant Administrator.

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    As the Assistant Administrator for Energy Analysis you will:

    • Provide executive leadership and direction to EIA's comprehensive energy analysis programs, including analyses of energy supply, demand, conversion, and prices covering a wide-range of information sources in order to support the dissemination of relevant, reliable, and timely information through a full range of publicly available reports;
    • Provide overall strategic planning, direction, and management for Energy Analysis programs;
    • Direct the formulation, defense, administration, and evaluation of resources (funding, staffing, information, contracts) necessary to conduct Energy Analysis programs; makes resource allocation decisions among competing needs of the Energy Analysis programs;
    • Oversee the establishment and maintenance of effective relationships with organizations engaged and/or interested in energy information analysis, including Congress, the Administration, other Federal Agencies, industry, international, and non-governmental organizations; and
    • Provide oversight and direction to the development, maintenance, and documentation of energy models that provide comprehensive projections of domestic and international energy markets, and to EIA analyses that assess the impact of energy policy on energy trends and inform the development of sound energy policy.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Occasional non-routine travel may be required for this position to attend conferences, meetings, and training.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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    0340 Program Management

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