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The Deputy Chief Information Officer (DCIO) reports to the Administrator of E-Gov, Federal Chief Information Officer (CIO), within OMB's Office of E-Gov, Office of the Federal CIO.
As a FEDERAL DEPUTY CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, some of your typical work assignments may include:
- Advises the OMB Director, Deputy Director, Deputy Director for Management (DDM), and Federal Chief Information Officer (FCIO) on Information Technology (IT) policy and oversight matters
- Oversees the operational and administrative functions of IT policy development, agency engagement and governance, IT modernization and digital service delivery
- Advises on the formulation of federal IT policy and applications of such policy and on the clearance of legislative proposals and the development of executive orders, and provide input into the development of the annual President's Budget Request so that it reflects Federal CIO and Administration priorities across federal departments and agencies, and ensure coordination and integration with the overall federal IT budget process
- Works closely with the Federal Chief Information Officer (CIO), Federal Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), OFCIO Chief of Staff, and internal OMB stakeholders, to coordinate the smooth flow of work activities including legislative response and outreach, budget and policy development and implementation
- Assists with oversight of relevant agency IT practices, and implementation across federal information technology systems in accordance with the direction provided by the Federal Chief Information Officer (CIO) and in coordination with internal OMB stakeholders
- Manages relationships with internal and external OMB stakeholders, confirming that OMB OFCIO equities are represented to include Federal, State, Local, Tribal, Academia, Industry, Congress and other government-interest related entities
- Assists the Federal CIO as the Federal Government's lead IT policy strategist in the ongoing assessment of operational risks to the federal IT environment
- Ensures effective coordination and alignment among agency CIOs through the exercise of effective governance
- Design, implement and maintain effective IT performance measures for the Federal Government, and ensure that agency reviews are conducted in accordance with established policies, standards, and regulations.
- Serve as the acting Federal CIO when required due to a vacancy in the position; supervising resources to accomplish assigned duties
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