The Deputy CIO supports and facilitates the duties, responsibilities, and authority of the OCIO throughout the Department and the implementation of all applicable federal laws, regulations, policy and guidance. The Deputy CIO actively participates in establishing Departmental standards for Information Technology (IT) activities and for evaluating the quality, effectiveness, and use of all the Department’s information systems.Learn more about this agency
The Deputy CIO is responsible for:
- Assisting in policy development and guidance, program direction, and the exercise of Departmental authority over IT spending and information systems throughout the Department. This includes the provisions of the Clinger Cohen Act, E-Government Act, Privacy Act, Paperwork Reduction Act, Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act, Federal Information Security Modernization Act and related OMB IMT circulars and policies.
- Developing and maintaining a performance management program that measures, evaluates, and reports on the quality of IT services delivered by the OCIO and its internal and external partners based on industry best practices, department/business unit requirements, service level agreements, and operating level agreements.
- Assisting the CIO in promoting effective IT programs by establishing clear and effective strategic direction, implementing budget-linked capital planning and performance based management; for establishing clear accountability; for providing greater coordination among, and ensuring greater visibility of activities; for facilitating the development, implementation, and maintenance of a sound and integrated IT architecture that builds in best practices for IT security, privacy and promotes the effective design and operation of all DOT IT processes.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel is required.
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