"The purpose of this position is to serve as a Supervisory Information Technology Specialist, internally referred to as the Deputy Chief Information Officer (CIO) with oversight responsibility for all IT systems policy, planning, and management, across all IT subordinate units in the US Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia (USAODC). In this capacity the incumbent is responsible for:
All IT systems policy, planning, and management, across all IT subordinate units in the USAODC.
As a senior official with delegated authority, the Deputy Chief Information Officer has the responsibility for operating an information system at an acceptable level of risk to the organizational operations (including missions, functions, image, or reputation), organizational assets, individuals, other organizations, and the Nation.
The Deputy CIO is responsible for conducting independent comprehensive assessments of the management, operational and technical security controls and control enhancements employed within or inherited by an information technology (IT) system to determine the overall effectiveness of the controls.
The District's Information Technology (IT) environment includes personal computers, laptops, local area network (LAN) and wide area network connections, operating systems, Oracle and web-based applications, handheld and wireless technology, and with case management and litigation support systems.
Maintenance of all mandatory systems developed and deployed by the Executive Office of the United States Attorney or other components of the Department of Justice.
Leads or participates in specialized projects of a complex inter-governmental nature, which are unique in comparison to similar management positions throughout the federal government.
Plans and manages work of the Software Development, Telecommunications, Litigation Technology, and Help Desk Sections."
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