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Treasury looking for bureau CIO

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The Treasury Department is looking for help in the bureau that provides shared administrative and IT services across the federal government.

On Oct. 5, the agency posted a job opening for a CIO for the Bureau of the Fiscal Service. The bureau is home to the Administrative Resource Center, which offers agencies customer-focused, cost-effective administrative support services such as financial management, human resources, IT and accounting.

The salary range is $123,175 to $185,100.

The CIO also serves as assistant commissioner of information and security services, delivering and promoting information management solutions and supporting the bureau's mission.

The position also oversees 700 employees nationwide, manages two data centers that support multiple IT systems designated as critical infrastructure and provides shared services to more than 20 federal entities.

Posted by Mark Rockwell on Oct 10, 2016 at 2:27 PM


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