IT Governance and Portfolio Management SME

Key Role:
Develop, update, review, and facilitate the implementation of IT governance and portfolio management policies and procedures. Provide expertise and advice on DoD IT governance and portfolio management framework and enterprise architecture. Partner with the Chief Information Officer within the federal government to manage all responsibilities of the department. Employ and enforce DoD portfolio management tools, including DoD IT Portfolio Repository (DITPR) and Select and Native Programming Data Input System for Information Technology (SNaP-IT). Manage all aspects of IT portfolio to achieve the highest program functionality and efficiency.
Basic Qualifications:
6 years of experience in the information technology field
5 years of experience with IT portfolio management
Experience with the compliance associated with Cyber security, including FISMA, Risk Management Framework, privacy, and records management
Experience in the DoD environment
Experience with Microsoft Office and Microsoft Project
Secret clearance
BS degree
Additional Qualifications:
5 years of experience in the enterprise architecture field
5 years of experience with supporting the National Guard
Experience in a Joint Headquarters or Command
Experience in the program management field
Experience with the DoD IT initiative, Joint Information Environment (JIE)
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.
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