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    Summary

    The Assistant Inspector General/Chief Information Officer leads the Office of Information Technology, which provides cutting edge IT services to a national organization that stretches from Hawaii to Puerto Rico. You will plan, develop and deploy secure and sophisticated platforms and tools to drive positive change for law enforcement agents, auditors, evaluators, analysts and other OIG employees to enable the fight against fraud, waste and abuse in HHS programs and to protect HHS beneficiaries.

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    Responsibilities

    The Assistant Inspector General for Information Technology/Chief Information Officer (CIO) reports directly to the Deputy Inspector General for Management and Policy (DIG-MP) and shares responsibility for carrying out OIG's Information Resources Management program. The CIO provides executive direction and supervision to the Chief Technology Officer and the Directors of the following Office of Information Technology (OIT) Divisions:

    • Architecture and Transformation
    • Information Assurance
    • Operations Management
    The CIO has Information Resources Management (IRM) identified as their primary responsibility. As defined by Office of Management and Budget Circular A-130, IRM encompasses both information itself and the related resources, such as personnel, equipment, funds, and information technology.

    The CIO carries out IRM responsibilities by effective identification and deployment of IT through broad awareness of current and emerging IT capabilities, standards, policies and law.

    If selected, you will be responsible for the following core areas required for an effective and compliant IRM program and operation of the IT services required to efficiently and effectively support the OIG national workforce:
    1. Policy and Organization;
    2. Leadership and IT Human Capital Management;
    3. Process and Change Management;
    4. Information Resources Strategy and Planning;
    5. IT Performance Assessment;
    6. Models and Methods;
    7. IT Project and Program Management;
    8. Capital Planning and Investment Control;
    9. Acquisition;
    10. Information and Knowledge Management;
    11. Cybersecurity/Information Assurance;
    12. Enterprise Architecture; and
    13. Technology Management and Assessment.
    As CIO, you will also deal with:
    • Privacy issues for personally identifiable information (PII) and personal health information (PHI) processed at OIG;
    • Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act requirements;
    • Open Government mandates; and
    • Accessibility issues, as well as the preservation of records to comply with business, operating, regulatory and legal requirements.
    You will ensure IT provides value-adding capabilities for the organization and that IRM strategic planning aligns with the OIG strategic planning process and integrates with OIG's business functions and plan. You will be responsible for the OIG IRM plan to address shared services, HHS IT initiatives, OMP IT initiatives and external drivers from OIG stakeholders.

    You will represent OIG and the DIG-MP at policy-making conferences with other Departmental officials, other government agencies, and professional organizations in matters directly or indirectly impacting on assigned areas of responsibility. This includes representing OIG at HHS IT governance meetings and maintaining liaison with other Federal agencies and the IT industry.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Promotion Potential

    None

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/583615300. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.