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The Director of the Office of Legislative and Public Affairs serves as the principal advisor to the Commissioner, Deputy Commissioners, and the various program offices on matters pertaining to internal communication strategies and programs within the Bureau as well as external communications with Congress, investors, the media, and general public.
As the Director of Legislative and Public Affairs, you will:
- Plan and direct the development and execution of activities of a professional staff composed of senior advisors and analysts specializing in internal, external, and legislative communication programs, as well as Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and other support functions.
- Review and analyze Fiscal Service-wide program efforts, identify potential problems in the communication arena, and recommend courses of action for addressing those issues.
- Provide strategic guidance to senior management concerning the use of Fiscal Service’s Internet and Intranet sites for effective communication and dissemination of information by employing social media, mobile applications, and other technologies.
- Serve as a participant on Fiscal Service’s senior management team.
- Consult with other Departmental Offices, particularly the Office of the Under Secretary for Domestic Finance, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Financial Markets, Office of the Fiscal Assistant Secretary, and the Office of Legislative Affairs and Office of Public Affairs on fiscal issues from government securities and public debt to government payment and collections, including debt owed to the federal government.
Occasional travel - Travel may be required 1 to 5 times per year.
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