Notice ID: 15JPSS23RFI-4X0030
The DOJ OCIO seeks to serve, protect, and advance DOJ goals through information and technology services. Over 40 DOJ judicial system, law enforcement and litigating Component sub-agencies support mission work across five major areas: Law Enforcement and Investigation, Crime Prevention and Victim Assistance, Litigation, National Security, and Incarceration and Prisoner Management. The missions, organizations, and technology platforms of the DOJ Component community can be distinct and diverse.
In support of the DOJ’s mission of providing innovative, high quality, and secure information technology capabilities to enable the DOJ mission, key OCIO information technology (IT) strategic goals include:
Wise management of taxpayer funds
Minimizing unexpected outages
Maximizing customer service
Reducing security risks
Protecting the mission
Continuous service delivery improvement
Service Delivery Staff (SDS): Develops, brokers, engineers, delivers and supports enterprise IT services.
Cybersecurity Services Staff (CSS): Provides enterprise security compliance and real-time operations.
Policy and Planning Staff (PPS): Provides resource planning and portfolio management oversight.
The OCIO organizes DOJ’s IT programs into three key areas with a structure for focus and expertise:
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