The Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of the Inspector General (OIG) is seeking a highly motivated individual to serve as a member of its senior staff as the Chief Enterprise Architect located in the Information Technology Division (ITD). The incumbent serves as a visionary leader for innovation and plays a key role in establishing the ITD's technical vision and leads all aspects of technology development.Learn more about this agency
The key responsibility of the Chief Enterprise Architect (CEA) is to plan, communicate, implement and manage the IT Enterprise Architecture program functions, including the day-to-day operations. The incumbent contributes substantially to the OIG's mission success by working closely with management and staff to ensure the OIG Chief Information Officer's (CIO) business needs drive IT strategy, resources and investments.
The CEA serves as an authoritative technical advisor to the IG/DIG and senior leadership on the full range of IT Enterprise Architecture operational issues; development of integrated technologies, architectures and solutions; and leverages technology to increase productivity OIG-wide.
Advises the OIG CIO on IT matters of management, policy and review; implements the appropriate recommendations to the Enterprise Architecture Strategic Plan; leads and directs policy-making efforts which will have an impact OIG-wide.
Provides a comprehensive oversight of all OIG IT investments and ensures IT initiatives within the organization are focused on the objectives while ensuring OIG investments fully align with the enterprise architectural frameworks established for the Department of Justice (DOJ).
Oversees the development of innovative IT solutions within the OIG, providing cross-cutting direction to IT professionals within ITD, the Cyber Investigations Office and the Office of Data Analytics in the delivery of new capabilities which advance the IT mission support capabilities within the OIG.
Champions IT transformation throughout OIG by supporting the enterprise architecture and investigating the viability of new and emerging technologies and technical approaches and how OIG will use and deploy those technologies.
Serves as the primary liaison for DOJ OIG with other OIGs and industry with regard to government technology direction.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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