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FTC Seeks IT Specialist/CISO for CIO Office

The Federal Trade Commission has kicked off the search for an information technology specialist or chief information security officer who will work for the office of the chief information officer within the commission’s office of the executive director.

The IT specialist/CISO will oversee IT services and employees or vendors that work to drive customer experience and compliance under a major IT acquisition, according to a USAJobs notice posted Dec. 28.

FTC seeks candidates who would evaluate personnel performance, provide training and development opportunities and make decisions on employment, promotions and adverse actions, among other leadership duties.

The incumbent will also develop short- and long-term plans, set priorities and perform planning and resource management to help align OCIO’s activities with FTC’s objectives and goals.

The notice stated the IT specialist/CISO will also join industry standard analysis and discussions, provide thought leadership and drive standards toward implementation.

The chosen candidate will support research on recommended alternatives or solutions to challenges based on the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the Freedom of Information Act and other best practices.

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