Some agencies spending 90-percent of IT budget on legacy systems — report
October 21, 2016
Some agencies are spending 90 percent or more of their IT budgets on operations and maintenance, the report released last week found.
David Stegon was a staff reporter for FedScoop and StateScoop from 2011-2014.
The General Services Administration Federal Acquisition Service is looking for an Assistant Commissioner for Assisted Acquisition Services.
A member of the Senior Executive Service, according to the agency, must fill the position. Applications can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and will be accepted until September 30.
From the posting, which you can view here.
Reviews and approves strategic and operating plans and monitors programmatic and financial activities of AAS service delivery entities across FAS. Provides policy guidance, direction, and oversight to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in standards of delivery of AAS services. Develops and builds a strong and effective relationship with the FAS portfolios/offices for successful program implementation. Plans, directs, and controls all financial resources of the FAS AAS program. Responsible for the preparation of AAS' annual program plans and budgets. Directs, controls, and coordinates the AAS activities located within FAS central office and regions.
Serves as the primary point of contact on all AAS activities within FAS and with the public and private sectors. Serves as the chief spokesperson for communicating and advocating the FAS AAS vision and mission to external officials and groups including but not limited to industry and government-sponsored conferences.
Serves as program advisor and consultant to the Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner, FAS, regarding all aspects of AAS' management and activities.
Provides leadership, mentoring, and supervision to subordinate directors. Fosters the development of a world-class workforce and facilitates cooperation and teamwork.