IT Specialist, GS-2210-11/12

US Department of Interior (DOI), Interior Business Center (IBC)

About the organization

The Interior Business Center is a federal shared services provider that operates under a fee-for-service, full cost recovery business model, offering Acquisition, Financial Management and Human Resources systems and services to federal organizations.


-Serves on a team that acts as a subject matter expert and has technical authority in data processing capabilities, configuration management, and data administration.
-Performs work involved in planning, developing, implementing, maintaining, operating, enhancing, and evaluating hardware and other software programs.
-Work with senior staff and Office of the Chief Information Officer of the Department of Interior on networking, server administration, and database administration.


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$70,883 to $110,452 per year

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