This Senior IT Program Manager is located in the Platform Management, Information and Technology Services Division.Learn more about this agency
As an Information Technology Program Manager, you will:
- Serve as the recognized expert and primary point-of-contact for guiding the planning, design and implementation of new and improved vendor acquisitions and management activities to meet the business requirements of customers/teams. Act as the key contact and subject-matter expert for all contract related activities (COR II certification preference) including assisting with negotiating contract terms, conditions, modifications, incentives, and remedies while working with key stakeholders to ensure that their requirements are met.
- Design, document, develop, modify, and support new or existing contract management processes for hardware, software, maintenance, and labor vendors. Develop regular reports on contact milestones, execution, and risk, and inform internal customers, vendors, and management of activities and progress through regular written and verbal communication.
- Advise ITS leadership on complex and sensitive procurement matters related to technology services. Exercise understanding of agency and governmental knowledge to advance mission goals and outcomes. Service on OCC and interagency committee and participate on special teams to provide advice and guidance on contacted services. Effectively communicate a clear and concise contract overview (summary of key contract terms, risks, opportunities, and service delivery guidelines) to key stakeholders, and provide clarity on contract elements when required.
- Perform a full range of project management activities. Manage multiple projects, some large or complex, through the project lifecycle from project initiation, through requirements, design and development, testing, implementation, maintenance, and retirement, using a standard methodology.
- Lead project staff responsible for managing, administering, developing, and/or maintaining vendor management tasks and activities. Coordinate project activities in order to ensure that efforts are initiated and completed on-schedule and within budget. Develop and maintain project plans and schedules. Plan short-, medium-, and long-range objectives and recommends ways to achieve them for an assigned segment of the enterprise.
Occasional travel - Locally and/or overnight.
06 - FPL 06
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