OMB Begins Search for Chief Statistician

OMB Begins Search for Chief Statistician

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is looking for a chief statistician who will lead the development of plans for improved performance of federal statistical initiatives and activities and evaluation of statistical program performance.

A USAJobs notice posted Monday says the selected candidate within OMB’s statistical policy and science branch will coordinate the federal government’s statistical functions with respect to the collection and dissemination of statistical information and develop government-wide policies and guidelines to ensure the integrity and quality of data.

Other responsibilities are advancing collaborative relationships with other officials within the executive office of the president, coordinating the development of responses to congressional mail and representing the office of information and regulatory affairs in public and interagency forums.

Interested candidates should submit written statements of their accomplishments, education and experience with respect to executive core qualifications and mandatory technical qualifications. OMB will accept applications through June 29.

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