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    Summary

    The Department of Housing and Urban Development is the nation's housing agency committed to strengthening the Nation's housing market to bolster the economy and protect consumers; meet the need for quality affordable rental homes; utilize housing as a platform for improving quality of life; and build inclusive and sustainable communities free from discrimination.

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    Responsibilities

    This position is located in the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO). The incumbent provides leadership in a visionary and collaborative manner to accomplish strategic Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Information Technology missions, goals and program objectives.  The Deputy Chief Information Officer, Office of Business and IT Resource Management will work collaboratively with the Chief Information Officer, the General Deputy and other Senior Leaders within and external to the OCIO.

    Major duties include overseeing the planning, facilitation and collaboration between sponsors and various stakeholders to clearly identify and prioritize needs and formulate plans necessary to address the stated needs.  Issues handled by the incumbent are broad, complex, at times controversial, and have an impact across HUD, other Federal agencies, and the general public.  Accomplishes or directs:

    • OCIO human and financial resource management (to include OCIO funds control, budget execution, internal controls, and acquisition management).
    • Financial and acquisition management to include the preparation, submission and execution of the OCIO Working Capital Fund budget, working in concert with the OCIO Investment Management Division, in compliance with OMB Circular A-11, and contract management, from the development of a solicitation through final contract close-out.
    • Budget formulation and execution for the OCIO IT infrastructure, payroll, training, travel, contracts, and other essential resource related needs.
    • Manage all aspects of OCIO WCF contracting, subcontracting and related acquisition challenges, from the development of solicitations through final contract closeout.
    • Facilitate information technology operations through human resources planning and staffing, facilities management, correspondence, paperwork reduction act management and audit management and compliance.
    • Provide administrative service support to the OCIO in the areas of personnel management, strategic training planning process, workspace planning and coordination, and other essential resource related needs of the OCIO workforce.
    • Serve as the OCIO liaison with internal and external oversight/audit entities and is responsible for coordinating, preparing and disseminating OCIO responses to audits.
    • Close out open audit recommendations/findings, manage Privacy Act and Departmental computer matching activities, support the Credit Alert Interactive Voice Response System, and provide oversight of the Department's Reports Management Program, and serve as the Department's A-130 and Clinger-Cohen Act POC’s for the CIO.
    • Manage Privacy Laws, Directives, OMB and NIST Guidance and GAO reporting, implement policy and procedures guidelines for program management, develop Customer Satisfaction Awareness strategies and solutions to improve mission strategies of the Department’s Privacy Program.
    • Design, develop, maintain and disseminate the HUD and OCIO information technology strategic process and plans, and serve as principal advisor to the CIO on the IT strategic planning process that establishes a collaborative strategic relationship between the CIO and HUD's senior political executives, core program offices, the Enterprise IT Workforce Center of Excellence and support offices.
    • Support the OCHCO for an Enterprise IT Workforce Center of Excellence that is responsible for skill assessments and inventories, identification of strategies to fill skills gaps, certification, training, and human capital development.
    • Manage the FOIA and Paperwork Reduction Act functions.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Work related travel may be required.

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Promotion Potential

    00

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