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OMB Kicks Off Search for IT Category Mgmt Specialist

JobAdThe Office of Management and Budget is looking for an information technology professional to support OMB’s category management efforts for approximately $50 billion in annual IT investments across the government.

The chosen candidate will work with the General Services Administration as well as agency senior acquisition and IT officials to implement category management for IT products and services, according to a USAJobs notice posted Monday.

The ITCM specialist will also help to implement the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act with the goal to reduce duplicative purchases through a reform of software license acquisition and management processes.

The position has a term of two years, with potential extension of up to four years depending on management requirements.

The incumbent will report to the deputy administrator for federal procurement policy and will collaborate with the Office of the Federal Chief Information Officer and the designated IT category manager.

Other duties of the ITCM include developing analytic tools and techniques to support strategy for select IT categories as well as sourcing strategies for IT commodities and services.

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