The Office of the Director of National Intelligence is seeking an information technology policy director for the U.S. Intelligence Community. The job pays between $123,758 and $155,500 per year and will remain open until filled. Only current civilian federal employees may apply for the job.
Lead, oversee, and coordinate activities that enable promulgation of a broad range of IC CIO policies and standards (e.g., IC Directives, IC Policy Guidance, IC Standards regarding IT, information management (IM), and information assurance (IA).
Lead the review and analysis of IT, IM, and IA policies, processes, and guidelines that are contained in United States Government (USG) code and IC policies, standards, plans, and memoranda to ensure stakeholder equities are captured appropriately and relevant concerns are resolved.
Develop and provide expert intelligence briefings, presentations, reports, and other materials to inform senior leadership and other major stakeholders on IC CIO policy issues.
Lead the identification and communication of IC CIO policy trends and developments to IC IT leadership and other key stakeholders.
Cultivate and maintain productive working relationships with colleagues, experts, IC members, USG stakeholders, and relevant policy committees; use these relationships to share information of interest and increase overall understanding of IC CIO policies, processes, and guidance to promote mission effectiveness.