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“This position is located in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Office of the Secretary (OS), Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO). The OCIO provides leadership and stewardship over agency IT resources, governance, and strategic planning.” 

“Duties 

  • The purpose of this position is for the incumbent to serve as the Deputy Chief Information Officer (CIO), within OCIO. The incumbent provides leadership and executive direction to ensure the effective management of OCIO IT, information systems and resources (e.g., implementation and administration of a change management process). Responsibilities include capital planning and investment control, enterprise architecture, information security, systems acquisition, development and integration, and data integrity and availability. 
  • Leads IT operations and provides accountability and transparency to customers. Ensures a reliable, cost effective, scalable, and flexible enterprise computing platform that supports and enhances customer IT needs and capabilities through efficient and effective customer-driven, business-enabling technologies. Manages and directs the operation of OCIO hardware and software infrastructure, OCIO data centers, data communications networks, enterprise infrastructure, and local area networks supporting HHS and OCIO programs. 
  • Champions the development and maintenance of OCIO-wide architecture, including the business, data, and application technology components. Responsible for directing, developing and maintaining the Agency’s IT architecture, developing and establishing OCIO IT policies, and advocating rigorous methods for analyzing, selecting, developing, operating, and maintaining information systems. 
  • Supports the CIO in collaborating with the HHS Operating Divisions (OPDIVs) and Staff Divisions (STAFFDIVs) to evaluate and approve IT investments, monitor adherence to Departmental/OCIO policy and architectural standards, and share best practices. Promotes business process reengineering, investment analysis, and performance measurement throughout OCIO to capitalize on evolving IT. 
  • Collaborates with the OCIO executive leadership to the CIO Council. Evaluates and periodically reviews major investments over their life cycle. Provides review and guidance to the CIO Council and OCIO business components via analyses of alternative analyses strategies, standards compliance, and architectural conformance and technology solutions.”

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G2X TAKE: Those who support the Department of Health and Human Services may want to influence who applies for this SES role whose responsibilities include capital planning and investment control, enterprise architecture, information security, systems acquisition, development and integration, and data integrity and availability. 

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