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    This position is located in the Office of Inspector General (OIG), Office of Information Technology (OIT), Virginia Square duty location in Arlington, VA of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The Director of Information Technology (IT) performs a key leadership role in IT by partnering with business stakeholders to deliver services, optimize processes, and ensure business alignment. 

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    • Supervises the Information Technology Team (ITT).  The ITT comprises all of the information technology functions for the OIG (information security, systems administration, OIG internal and external web pages, network services, and IT support for investigations and audits.  Provides administrative and technical supervision necessary for accomplishing the work of the Team – prioritizing and organizing work to be accomplished.
    • Communicates business drivers to the ITT.  Ensures that team members and self-keep abreast of changing and emerging technology.
    • Assists in providing leadership in activities designed to prevent and detect fraud and abuse in the programs and operations of the FDIC and related entities
    • Plans and manages OIG-wide IT projects involving innovative concepts or approaches where precedents may not exist.  Plans and carries out programs, resolves conflicts that arise, integrates and coordinates the work of others as necessary and interprets policies in terms of established objectives.

    • Develops and implements OIG-wide IT project management procedures, tools, templates, activities, and infrastructure to align internal business practices with FDIC and government-wide regulations and policies, such as those pertinent to agency-wide systems with IT enterprise-wide architecture.

    • Evaluates current organizational IT architectural models and capabilities, and provides authoritative advice and guidance on IT enterprise solutions for the OIG.  Oversees the planning, design, development, and implementation of an OIG-wide enterprise architecture that addresses mission-critical objectives. Defines FDIC documentation standards and produces an enterprise-wide set of policies and principles for integration of the OIG business, application, information, and technology architectures.

    • Develops enterprise-wide guidelines on how to best apply technology standards in creating business applications. Interprets and applies FDIC, government-wide and industry best practices when developing enterprise architecture processes and methodologies.  Develops graphic views of the systems and data that support processes used in the OIG. Manages software licenses and compliance for all enterprise software used by the OIG on its network.

    • Provides expert technical advice in the monitoring and evaluation of contractor activities on contracts covering OIG systems. Directs, coordinates, and approves detailed planning design, development, programming, testing, documentation, training and implementation of information technology (IT) systems through the use of outside vendors and/or contractors.

    • Acts as a Contracting Technical Monitor collaborating with vendors and end users on a daily basis to ensure that contract requirements are met, and that all activities are performed in compliance with the terms of the contract. Reviews work products of contract personnel, including accepting, amending or rejecting their work. Works with the Contract Oversight Manager in monitoring contract hours and monthly billings. Requests additional documentation from contractors, as necessary.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Occasional travel is required.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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