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As an Information Technology Specialist (PLCYPLN) in the Office of Audits, Information Assurance and Testing Division, within the Office of the Chief Data Officer (OCDO) organization, you are responsible for facilitating all aspects of hardware, software, application and contractor acquisitions and procurement; creation and maintenance of OCDO authority-to-operate logistics and documentation; and coordination and facilitation of Department information security requirements. Typical assignments include:
- Develop, coordinate, and implement security authorization packages for new and emerging OCDO mission needs, and maintain and update existing security authorization packages for mission critical systems. Ensure all security authorization packages comply with applicable OIG, Department, and Federal requirements, such as Federal Information Security Modernization Act (FISMA.)
- Coordinate and gather requirements from OCDO senior management for hardware, software, applications, and contractor acquisitions. Coordinate with OCDO senior management, data architects/data analyst, and IT Specialists to ensure technologies considered/procured meet user, customer, and mission requirements.
- Conduct oversight, coordination, and maintenance of all OCDO contracts for hardware, software, applications and contractor contracts. Coordinate with TAAS and OCDO senior management on funding and complete periodic contractual government obligations such as payment of contracts.
- Prepare and present annual expenditures and usage reports to TAAS and OCDO senior management.
- Compose investment review board presentations and reports for OIG Executive review for high-value OIG-wide acquisitions. Monitor investments and provide updates to the investment review board as necessary. Complete investment acquisitions process and coordination with numerous applicable OIG office.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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