Supervisory Information Technology Specialist (Open to both U.S. Citizens and Federal Employees) job with USAJobs



This position is a Supervisory Information Technology (IT) Specialist who serves as the Director of the Office of IT Services and ensures that NHTSA’s IT systems and investments adhere to all relevant federal laws, regulations and standards, and Department of Transportation (DOT) policies and guidance. This position falls under the Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and will report directly to the Chief Technology Officer

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The incumbent of this position is a Supervisory Information Technology Specialist who serves as the Director of the Office of IT Services.
As the Director of the Office of IT Compliance the incumbent will:

  • Develop, implement, and manage a strategy for transitioning legacy infrastructure to cloud-based environments.
  • Assist in the acquisition, development and use of all IT-related resources within NHTSA. Oversee the implementation of the agency’s IT strategic
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Under Covid’s Pall, CIOs Looked to Employees’ Emotional Health in 2020

This year, many chief information officers gave priority to the mental health and well-being of their employees more than ever before, offering access to psychological resources and sharing personal experiences to strengthen bonds.

Social distancing, enforced isolation and the stress of working from home while managing one’s personal life in the midst of a deadly pandemic has taken a toll on mental health. Psychologists say confinement can take a psychological toll, including depression and compulsive disorders, WSJ has previously reported.

“The new approach for CIOs must be technology plus empathy,” said

Carol Juel,

CIO of Synchrony Financial, one of 45 information technology executives who responded via email to CIO Journal’s annual end-of-year questionnaire. Employees at Synchrony have been offered virtual mental health counseling services and therapy, and self-care tools such as Talkspace and Sanvello.

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Information technology can combat coronavirus, get employees back to work: Salesforce CEO

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During an interview with FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo on Wednesday, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff said his company is prepared to enter into the “back to work phase” by using information technology to combat the coronavirus outbreak and get the economy back on track.

“We realized when we get back to work, it’s gonna be different than when we left 90 days ago, and that when we come back, we’re going to need ways to really mitigate our interactions with the virus,” Benioff said. “Information technology is one of the ways that we’re going to be mitigating how we interact every day with the virus.”

This week, Salesforce rolled out a set of tools for businesses that are looking to reopen, including contact tracing, worker health checks and shift management. Benioff said the

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