Serves as a Project Manager and Information Technology/Business Liaison for the Office of Airports (ARP), Management Staff. Collaborates with the Office of Information Technology (AIT) to provide in-depth analysis, technical expertise, recommendations and implementation support to ARP management and staff on critical information technology (IT) programs, information management systems and organizational business processes.Learn more about this agency
Applies experience and expert knowledge of project management principles, concepts, methods, standards, and practices to develop and interpret policies, procedures and strategies governing the planning and delivery of technical services throughout ARP.
Gathers budget and staffing requirements, acquires and allocates resources, and collects business performance statistics to report on ARP's IT initiatives. Analyzes trends, identifies problems and factors that may impact operating costs, profitability, and continued compliance with regulatory requirements.
Applies expert knowledge in the application of the business value of information; methods and approaches for sharing information through the use of IT assets; capital planning regulations and policies, as applied to the agency’s business requirements, performance measurement tools and methods for identifying and resolving IT workforce issues to develop knowledge management program plans, policies and standards; provide input to the IT capital planning process, and develop, implement, and interpret metrics for the evaluation of IT project effectiveness and efficiency; and leverage resources in the accomplishment of mission requirements.
Serves as a liaison to AIT to provide expert technical advice, guidance and recommendations to management and staff on critical IT issues. Applies knowledge of new IT developments and applications, IT security concepts, standards and methods to ensure integration of IT projects and services; makes recommendations for solutions, implements changes. Coordinates with AIT to address ARP’s information technology needs at the local, national and enterprise levels.
Develops and manages policies and processes for automated tools and templates to support IT, business, financial, and performance management projects and programs. Collaborates with AIT to review business processes, systems and applications. Identifies and resolves challenging issues that often cross organizational boundaries. Serves a liaison to AIT to provide ARP IT Enterprise Architecture (EA) guidance and support to ARP customers and IT project teams. Develops and recommends new technologies and methodologies to solve complex problems and address current and anticipated problems and issues.
Leads project work groups and/or teams to review and assess health, strength and performance of programs in ARP’s portfolio to ensure alignment with agency and organizational strategic initiatives. Manages contractor support for IT, business and financial management programs. Collaborates with Office of Information Technology (AIT), Office of Information Security and Privacy Service (AIS), Office of Airports (ARP) regions/offices, and the ARP Management Team on Information Technology (IT) related issues to ensure seamless/continuous connection for ARP employees.
Coordinates with AIT to develop and document the ARP EA, including the business units and key processes and evaluates the impact of EA products and services on ARP IT investments, business operations, stakeholder satisfaction, and other outcomes.
Serves as a liaison to AIT to provide guidance and recommendations to ARP business units regarding business process requirements. Assists in providing guidance and recommendations concerning software and hardware requirements, system engineering development processes, maintenance and IT security. Ensures newly planned systems can be integrated into legacy operational system environments while adopting new methods to improve the viability of existing systems.
Manages the Airports Document Management System (ADMS) initiative and provide periodic updates to the management team by required due dates. Serves as the ARP Cybersecurity liaison providing guidance, recommendations, and directions on FAA and government wide cybersecurity initiative working groups. Serves as representative on the ARP Technology Investment Management Committee (TIMC) providing expert advice on ARP IT initiatives.
Not required - The job does not require any travel.
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