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The agency responsible for printing U.S. paper currency and sensitive security documents such as identification cards is looking for a CIO, according to a USAJobs post.

The Treasury Department's Bureau of Engraving and Printing wants to hire an associate director/CIO to be responsible for the overall direction, management and oversight of all agency IT systems, networks, authorizations, policies and procedures.

Duties include directing the bureau's overall IT policy and managing its Information Systems Security Program to ensure the safeguarding of all relevant assets and data. The CIO will also manage the bureau's office automation initiatives, which cover more than 2,200 desktop computers and intranet kiosks in the bureau's main production and satellite facilities.

Current CIO Will Levy III also serves as associate director for management. He will remain at the bureau as head of the management directorate, a spokesperson told FCW.

The job requires a top-secret security clearance and U.S. citizenship. The salary range is $123,175 to $185,100. Applications are due by Aug. 15.

Posted by Bianca Spinosa on Aug 03, 2016 at 9:55 AM


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