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    This position is assigned to the VHA Office of Health Informatics Office. The Executive Director, Strategic Investment Management provides executive level leadership to VHA and is responsible for assessing, organizing, and advocating for information technology investments that support Veteran centric, high quality, efficient healthcare delivery. The ED, SIM oversees three major national services: Business Architecture, Requirements Development and Management, and Investment Governance Services.

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    The Executive Director, Strategic Investment Management serves as a member of the OHI Executive Leadership Team and makes organizational recommendations and decisions related to staffing, alignment, organizational priorities, and needed actions. May serve as the Acting Chief Informatics Officer and represent the Office of Health Informatics (OHI) as needed.

    Sets the vision and strategy for the SIM Office to inform the transformation of VHA health care through the timely provision of structured information that enables leadership to make knowledgeable decisions on health and health IT investments.

    Develops functional requirements for IT supporting VHA business processes ensuring they represent the most advantageous mix of investments based on strategic value and business needs, transformational imperatives, business performance, risk, and cost.

    Develops the Business Architecture for VHA. Identifies, classifies, and models business strategies,
    functions, processes and information, to allow business executives and portfolio managers to make better and more informed decisions regarding IT requirements and acquisition.

    Provides oversight of budget planning activities relative to VHA IT needs, coordinates IT governance functions within VHA, conducts VHA IT prioritization process and presents results through VHA leadership to the Under Secretary for Health for final decision.

    Travel Required

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

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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    0340 Program Management

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