“The incumbent in this position serves as Associate Chief Information Officer for IT Strategy and Technology Management (ACIO ITSTM) and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) in the office of the Assistant Secretary for Management and Chief Financial Officer, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Information Systems and Chief Information Officer (CIO). In this capacity, the ACIO ITSTM and CTO reports to the CIO (through a Deputy CIO).”
The ACIO/CTO is responsible for leading and managing all functions and activities related to the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996 (2006) and FITARA (National Defense Authorization Act of 2014); Information Technology Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) processes; IT governance and performance assessment; Enterprise Architecture (EA); and IT strategic planning Treasury-wide including Bureaus and Departmental Offices (DO). The incumbent provides advice and direction for operational programs and the development of enterprise IT policies, and strategic planning for a variety of management activities.”
“The ITSTM organization is responsible for the following:
- IT Strategic Planning: Establish, lead, and manage comprehensive, multi-year strategic and long-range planning processes that promote the vision for IT and ensure consistent progress toward accomplishing the CIO’s vision;
- IT Performance Assessment: Ensure that a disciplined IT Performance Assessment framework (e.g., Metrics, Dashboards; Reporting) is established and working for the entire IT portfolio across the lifecycle.”
G2X TAKE: Those who support the Federal Financial agencies may want to influence who applies for this senior executive position responsible for IT Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) processes, enterprise architecture and IT strategic planning Treasury-wide including for Bureaus and Departmental Offices.