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Defense Intelligence Agency Seeks New CTO

The Defense Intelligence Agency has kicked off its search for a new chief technology officer.

The selected candidate will explore technological capabilities in support of DIA’s mission requirements and create implementation roadmaps to facilitate the integration of new capabilities, the agency said in a USAJobs notice posted May 4.

The incumbent will be based in Washington, D.C., and will oversee the development of strategies for the agency’s information management and technology such as networks, applications, standards, technical architectures and systems.

The CTO role will provide technical guidance across the agency to support processes for technical investments and offer advice on technical issues and policies that may have an impact on the agency’s IT projects.

The chosen candidate will serve in the office of the chief information officer and will replace James Harris, who transitioned to the role of mission strategist at DIA in April.

DIA will accept applications for the position through June 3.

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