Energy Department shopping for deputy CIO focused on enterprise IT, shared services

Currently, Bryan Long is serving in an acting capacity in the position, according to the department.
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The Energy Department wants to hire a new deputy CIO to focus on enterprisewide IT operations and shared services.

Energy’s deputy CIO for enterprise operations and shared services is responsible for “the operational management and oversight of essential, mission-critical cyber and enterprise information resources management services,” according to a USAJobs listing. That includes “migration of existing networks, implementation of cloud-first commercially provisioned services, continuity of operations, disaster recovery, and management of the DOE Headquarters site telecommunications network and cyber programs.”

Currently, Bryan Long is serving in an acting capacity in the position, according to the department.

This Senior Executive Service role also oversees infrastructure customer service of the Energy Department’s 10,000 IT personnel and contractors, addressing needs associated with desktop computers, data centers, networking and telecommunications.


The position plays a gatekeeper-like role for Energy’s enterprise IT architecture, evaluating and ensuring the effective integrations of new tools and applications deployed over the department’s infrastructure. It also works with others inside and outside government to implement best practices and new tools within Energy.

The position requires a Q level security clearance. It pays an annual salary of $163,519 to $187,000.

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