The Integrated Operations Division (IOD), coordinates, collaborates, and executes CISA's operational activities to ensure seamless support and expedited response to critical needs. IOD enhances mission effectiveness and situational awareness by unifying the conduct and reporting of CISA operations through a single channel to provide CISA leadership with a common operational picture and ensure cross-divisional coordination in the implementation of CISA programs.Learn more about this agency
The Assistant Director for Integrated Operations serves as a senior CISA official who coordinates operations between divisions and regions to ensure rapid and effective response and reporting; works with the Intelligence Community to tailor intelligence products that it receives that meet the information needs of CISA senior leadership and other CISA divisions; and provides CISA leadership with awareness of emerging threats and incidents, as well as ongoing operational activities associated with critical infrastructure security and resilience.
Specific responsibilities include:
Coordinates the operational activity of CISA that is focused upon improving the nation's capability and capacity to assess and understand risk, and help focus efforts to detect, prevent, respond and mitigate disruptions of and to critical communications, physical infrastructure and cyber infrastructure.
Along with Director and Deputy Director participates in the development, implementation and management of the CISA strategic and annual operating plans. Incumbent leads efforts in formulation of overall objectives for the IOD, to include all programs, priorities and policies to support the Director's objectives.
In cooperation with the Director and Deputy Director, builds and sustains effective and efficient CISA and IOD management organizations, with appropriate performance metrics, capable of supporting the cybersecurity, physical infrastructure security and communications preparedness mission. Supports the development and execution of the National Cyber Incident Response Plan (NCIRP).
Assists the national effort to improve homeland security information sharing between the public and private sectors to aid in preventing, detecting, mitigating, and/or recovering from the effects of an attack, interference, compromise or incapacitation related to cyber/IT, physical infrastructure and communications systems.
Provides guidance and direction to subordinates in the broad areas of EO/EEO, human resources programs, and employee development to ensure IOD's efforts in these areas achieve the goals of the designated programs. Assesses and guides efforts of supporting activities, including contractors and personnel detailed to the IOD from other DHS organizations and other government agencies. Serves as approving authority for costs, schedules, and performance criteria for contracts, agreements with other government agencies, and performance.
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