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    The position serves as a Supervisory Information Technology Program Manager and Planner for the DMC Operations, and is the focal point for DMC business requirements, registrant data, and planning, meet periodically with the DMC Director to discuss work projects, priorities, objectives, and projections. Develops general division priorities and work schedules to achieve established objectives and prepares periodic work status reports.

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    As a Supervisory IT Program Manager at the GS-2210-14, some of your typical work assignments may include under supervision of the DMC Director:

    • Must possess or obtain a Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) within 1 year of employment
      Serves as the liaison for HQs IT projects and initiatives. Acts as the primary staff expert for the coordination and integration of new technology and/or implementation of automation/telecommunications needs or equipment.
    • Supervise a staff of skilled professionals who are knowledgeable in all areas of Application Support, System Analysis and Design, and Applications Software for IT Information Management, process improvements and Project Management.
    • Performs analysis to determine feasibility studies and to determine optimal approaches for the application of commercial off-the-shelf (CoTs) or Government off-the-shelf (GoTs) products for the purpose of technical data automation
    • Reviews and maintains acquisition planning life cycle, continuity documents, Project Plans, to ensure the needs of DMC functional community are met by the planned IT solution. Participates in pre and post implementation reviews and in capital planning and investment control activities.
    • Responsible for maintaining, modifying, and monitoring the Registration system, the Registration Maintenance system, the Compliance system, and various data links. Is the primary point of contact and agency authority for the database design and automation of the Registration and Maintenance processing for the Health Care Delivery System.
    • Receives and analyzes new information management requirements, develops new information system techniques, establishes criteria, and makes recommendations when procedures/guidelines do not exist for automation/telecommunication resources.

    Travel Required

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

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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