The General Services Administration Office of the Chief Information Officer is looking for a Director of Enterprise Solutions. The position pays between $119,554 and $172,000 per year. Deadline for submissions is Dec. 2, 2011.
Supports the Chief Information Office in managing the development and implementation of GSA’s enterprise information technology solutions, including web-based and cloud applications. Responsible for overseeing all aspects of the life cycle management of these solutions and ensuring that they meet Federal requirements. Responsible for ensuring the technical integrity of the GSA’s enterprise solution operations, maintenance, and development. Responsible for an organization that develops and maintains enterprise-wide applications, such as GSA’s website (gsa.gov)cloud solutions and enterprise intranet/collaboration platforms.
Manages and supports the implementation of Section 508 Accessibility programs, Training User Productivity and Collaboration for the agency along with improving the overall systems design consistency across GSA through the development and operation of a human factors usability program. Manages enterprise programs that help to integrate GSA’s IT systems and solutions such as the Identity Credential and Access Management program. Leads major efforts in data management to ensure system/solution integration. Establishes and maintains collaborative relationships with GSA business lines to enable responsive and effective enterprise solutions.
Establishes and participates in GSA and interagency governance bodies to ensure appropriate representation and decision making regarding enterprise-wide application selection, development, modernization, enhancement, and operation. Influences systems development across GSA to ensure that best practices, cutting edge technology, and the most appropriate solutions are being implemented and considered. Serves as the milestone decision authority for GSA enterprise-wide systems or applications under purview. Responsible for coordinating and developing performance plans (goals, objectives, and performance measures) for the IT organization to support the agency’s Performance Management Program.