As Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Software Applications and Services, you will serve as the Chief Software Officer and key member of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) executive leadership team. You will serve as a principal advisor to the Assistant Commissioner, Office of Information and Technology (OIT), in providing comprehensive technical support to CBP in the areas of software application development, operations, and maintenance for border enforcement, passenger and cargo processing, targeting and analysis, and management systems solutions.
You will promote and support a vision for IT services that is capability-based, mission-focused, mobile-capable, and data-driven, with consolidated service delivery that is modular, extendable, resilient, and secure. In partnership with internal and external customers, your will ensure that operational and business requirements are met through:
information technology applications, services, tools, and infrastructure that support CBP's mission-critical and mission support systems and capabilities operating at field locations worldwide and supporting over 60,000 end users, to ensure systems and capabilities are operational 24 hours a day, 365 days a year;
planning, definition, development, testing, implementation, training, and maintenance of an integrated and supportable set of systems and capabilities to enable CBP to achieve its strategic goals and objectives;
organizational design and capability delivery model that corresponds to advancing technology trends and best practices, evolving mission needs, and alignment to cultural priorities of CBP, including diversity, equity, and inclusion.
You will represent CBP with executive-level officials in the Departments of Homeland Security, Commerce, State, Agriculture, and others with mutual concerns in the areas of homeland security, border issues, and other enforcement and facilitation issues. In addition, you will coordinate with foreign governments and international organizations, as necessary, to coordinate the inter-operability of systems and the mutual exchangeability of data and statistics regarding international terrorism, international commerce, and the control of contraband into and out of the United States.
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