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Air Force Kicks Off Search for New CIO, Deputy Chief for Plans and Integration

JobAdThe U.S. Air Force has begun its search for a professional who will serve in dual roles as chief information officer and deputy director for plans and integration.

The service branch said in a USAJobs notice posted May 9 that the chosen candidate will oversee human resource activities across military, reserve and civilian components and promote readiness among servicemembers through business processes, policies and technology platforms.

The CIO/deputy chief for plans and integration, who will be based in Washington, is a full-time Senior Executive Service position that requires a Top Secret-level security clearance.

Other duties include oversight of at least 160 information systems, portfolio management, development of an HR-focused enterprise architecture, expert guidance on HR capabilities as well as support for the adoption of standard business practices.

Applications for the position will be accepted through May 31, according to the job notice.

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