“The Office of the Deputy Commissioner, Systems (ODCS) directs the conduct of systems and operational integration and strategic planning processes, and the implementation of a comprehensive systems configuration management, database management and data administration program. A subcomponent, the Office of Disability Information Systems (ODIS) directs, develops, implements and maintains systems that support the agency’s Disability and health insurance programs.”
- The Deputy Associate Commissioner for Disability Information Systems shares responsibility with the AC, ODIS for the design, development, testing, implementing, and evaluation of programmatic data requirements, functional specifications, procedures, instructions and standards (including security and fraud detection) in conformance with SSA’s software engineering environment for the Disability Program, including service to the State Disability Determination Service (DDS) offices, and for hearings, appeals, and litigation.
- The incumbent participates in the development, maintenance and coordination of the overall approved Agency plans for fulfilling short-term and long-range programmatic systems development as they relate to the Disability Program and to hearings, appeals, and litigation. This includes determining, classifying and ranking systems needs of all Agency components and recommending final priorities for approval.
- S/he evaluates legislative proposals, regulations and policy changes affecting the Agency’s Disability Program software and hearings, appeals and litigation software.
- The DAC, ODIS also leads/collaborates on efforts with the business community to develop systems requirements and procedures as they relate to legislation and regulations specific to the Social Security Act and SSA policy directives.”
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