Work Experience: 2+ years
- Enterprise Network Systems,
- Business Requests and
- Customer Engagement Management
assisting in performing project management, portfolio management, problem management, business case development, business analysis, data analysis, requirements development, performance management, risk management, contract management, gap analysis and financial analysis to improve installation accreditations, service delivery, enhance performance, reduce downtime, decrease potential risks, implement cost savings and achieve cost avoidances for Enterprise Network System Services and Sharing Safeguarding Technologies. Shall conduct Portfolio management, which is the centralized management of the processes, methods and technologies used by project management offices to collectively manage projects. DHS OCIO defines IT Portfolio Management as ensuring that risks, cost, and project schedules are managed consistently, while supporting the Department's vision, mission, and goals; ensuring efficient and effective delivery of capabilities to DHS employees; and maximizing return on investment to the Department. IT Portfolio Management facilitates the assessment and analysis of current and proposed IT portfolio investments to maximize the value of DHS annual fiscal resources applied to IT, provide input to the budget process including OCIO recommendations, improve transparency of investment scope, and recommend areas for further study to identify possible gaps, duplication, and complementary capabilities. The IT Portfolio Reviews are integrated with the DHS Planning, Programming, Budget, and
Execution (PPBE) Resource Allocation Planning (RAP) efforts to provide timely input to the budget process. The IT Portfolio Reviews are further integrated with the Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) processes to ensure that all investments submitted to OMB are evaluated and assessed. Portfolio Management consolidates and eliminates duplicative spending on Commodity IT, identifies opportunities for modernization and shared services, and drives mission and customer-focused IT
solutions. The supporting program management processes ensure that DHS can continuously select a balanced portfolio of IT investments, control the performance of development/modernization activities, and then regularly evaluate whether outcomes are realized. DHS OCIO Portfolio management, currently encompasses a host of services provided to the enterprise, including Email as a Service, Infrastructure as a Service, Service Now, and Enterprise Service Desk, etc.
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