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Justice Dept’s Criminal Division Seeks New Supervisory IT Specialist

JobAdThe Justice Department’s criminal division has begun its search for a new supervisory information technology specialist.

DOJ said in a USAJobs notice posted Monday the selected candidate will serve as a chief information security officer at the department’s office of administration, IT management.

The division will accept applications for the position through Sept. 7.

The supervisory IT specialist will be responsible for the implementation of policies, standards and technological platforms that seek to ensure the security of IT infrastructure across the division and department and offer advice regarding the criminal division’s security initiatives for IT systems.

The chosen candidate will also serve as a key division adviser in the event of data loss and other cyber attacks, help craft policies and platforms that aim to secure IT applications across the division, and provide guidance to software development firms, data processing companies and consulting firms that offer products and services to the division through contracts.

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