Supervisory Information Technology Specialist job with USAJobs



This position serves as the Director, Data Migration and Management (DMM) and is responsible for overseeing the full range of duties to accomplish major organizational IT strategies, initiatives, programs and projects and supervises staff of IT Specialists and various contractor personnel. Provides technical oversight and direction for DMM and implements and operates IT infrastructure in support of EHRM and VA mission, impacting and supporting the plans, goals, and effectiveness nationwide.

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This announcement is non-bargaining and may close early once an adequate pool of 50 eligible applicants is reached.

Major duties:

  • Manages and oversees the data migration and management functions and operations and is the principal advisor for strategic planning and oversight for Data Migration and Management.
  • Delivers highly technical analyses of information security policies, strategies, architecture, metrics, risk management, workforce development and business intelligence.
  • Develops and maintains strategic organizational plans, identifying current
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IT specialist Aveva bucks FTSE sell-off

Information technology provider Aveva was one of the few bright spots on the FTSE 100 on Tuesday, after maintaining its dividend and reporting increased revenues.

The company – which makes products including software for industry – posted sales of £833.8m for the 12 months to the end of March, up from £766.6m the year before. Its profit before tax almost doubled, jumping from £46.7m to £92m.

Its revenue rise was driven by growth across all regions, with “particular strength” in the Asia Pacific region, despite “challenges related to Covid-19”.

Aveva maintained its final dividend at 29p per share, which it said reflected “confidence in Aveva’s resilience, strong balance sheet position and ongoing cash generation, balanced with prudence regarding the global economic crisis”.

Action to cut around £50m to £60m in costs is being taken across the group, with savings being made on discretionary spend and travel costs. It is not

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