“As Deputy CIO, the incumbent shares responsibility and delegated authority for the oversight, administration and operations of the Office of Chief Information Officer (OCIO).
In close collaboration with the CIO, the incumbent is responsible for planning, reviewing, monitoring, and directing overall programmatic and operations consistent with the OCIO mission and goals.
The incumbent shares responsibility for the direction and management of large-scale operations to efficiently and effectively achieve specified goals and objectives.
The Deputy CIO and CIO are responsible for the Library’s information technology (IT), operations, strategy and alignment with the Library’s mission and objectives.
The incumbent, in support of the Library’s goals and operations, leads overall IT planning.
Using current knowledge and future vision of IT and management, the CIO evaluates and proposes enterprise-wide changes to existing IT delivery and services.
The incumbent shares responsibility for managing the following major organizational subcomponents: Digital Strategy, IT Governance, IT Financial Management, IT Quality and Performance Management, IT Security, Business Continuity/Disaster Recover, IT Communications, IT Administrative Services, IT Design and Development, IT Partner Engagement, Project Management Office, and IT Service Operations. “
G2X TAKE: Those who support the Legislative Branch may want to influence who applies for this senior level leadership role that shares delegated authority for the oversight, administration and operations of the Office of Chief Information Officer, responsible for planning, reviewing, monitoring, and directing overall programmatic and operations consistent with the mission and goals of the Library of Congress.