Chief Information Officer Bureau for Management


About the organization

USAID is an independent Federal government agency that leads international development and
humanitarian efforts to save lives, reduce poverty, strengthen democratic governance and help
people progress beyond assistance Headquartered in Washington, D.C.,, we operate in more than
100 countries and play a critical role in promoting U.S. foreign policy and national security interests.
USAID is committed to a diverse, equitable, inclusive workplace where everyone has an opportunity
to thrive. The Agency’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy commits USAID to improving and
enhancing diversity throughout the Agency, enhancing inclusion and equity for everyone in the
workplace, and strengthening accountability for promoting and sustaining a diverse workforce and
an inclusive Agency culture.


As the Chief Information Officer (CIO), you will be responsible for:
● Overseeing, planning, prioritizing, developing, contracting, operating, and maintaining the
Agency’s information and communications technology resources. The functions of the office
include the full range of CIO functions to include IT strategic planning; IT workforce planning;
IT capital planning and investment management; systems acquisition, development, and
integration; major e-government initiatives; and enterprise architecture.
● Providing strategic leadership, direction, support, and motivation for the office to ensure the
continued development and management of professional and efficient organization and the
establishment of effective decision-making processes for the office in meeting their shortand
long-term goals.
● Directing the formulation of agency-wide IT policies, procedures, and processes for all areas
of information management including the establishment of standard USAID technical
architectures; data architecture management and administration; the setting of information
standards; software design and development, software, and hardware configuration
management; IT acquisition management; testing and operational evaluation with USAID.
● Overseeing the development of long and short range financial plans, monitoring of the
budget, and the establishment of financial priorities to ensure the organization is operating in
an effective and efficient manner.


OPEN TO: Current or Former Career-SES


$135,468 to $203,700

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