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OPM Kicks Off Search for Deputy CIO

JobAdThe Office of Personnel Management is looking for a deputy chief information officer to coordinate OPM’s information technology plans and policies.

OPM said in a USAJobs notice posted Wednesday the deputy CIO will also manage relationships with agency senior executives, contractors and other external business partners as well as monitor progress on meeting IT objectives and strategies.

The Senior Executive Service position also entails oversight of IT human resource, budget and financial management activities at the agency.

OPM added the incumbent will craft and implement a framework for the agency to attract, develop and retain top IT, digital and cybersecurity professionals who can help the agency examine and adopt modern technology.

The chosen candidate will also serve as a principal adviser to the OPM CIO.

OPM appointed David DeVries, former principal deputy CIO of the Defense Department and a 35-year DoD veteran, to serve as the agency’s next CIO.

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