ICF is seeking an IT Investment Budget Specialist to support the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO). We are seeking someone with coordinating the collection of NIH IT budget information for the OMB Agency IT Portfolio Summary and the Major IT Investment Business Cases, as required by HHS and OMB.
The Contractor shall provide strategic and operational support for IT Investment Portfolio implementation and operations.
- Represents NIH interests and needs to the HHS Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) program.
- Prepares and distributes guidance on budget reporting requirements to the NIH ICs.
- Assists NIH ICs as they develop their IT budgets. • Works with ICs to develop and assess IT CPIC activities.
- Conducts quality assurance reviews and analysis of submitted materials.
- Coordinates related IT data calls from HHS, OMB, and other federal entities.
- Ensures timely reporting of NIH data per HHS requirements.
- Prepares reports, summaries and presentations of IT Portfolio related information.
- Represents the interests of NIH on HHS and federal working groups, identifying changes to policy, requirements, reporting and guidance; analyzes the potential impact to NIH and advises OCIO senior leadership on appropriate actions.
- Prepares the NIH IT budget for OCIO and Management review and subsequent presentation to HHS.
- Reviews NIH investment assessments and reports from the General Accounting Office (GAO), OMB, and HHS and collaborates with investment managers to provide responses as appropriate.
- Supports strategic planning and innovative approaches to address the evolving needs of the NIH IT Governance structure.
- Provides strategic and staff support to NIH-level IT management committees, governance groups, and work groups.
- Bachelor’s degree
- 5 years of experience with IT investment portfolio, Portfolio Management Tool (PMT) or eCPIC.
- Must have at least 1 year of experience with implementing TBM.
- Knowledge of OMB’s Folio implementation preferred.
- Excellent verbal, written, organizational skills, and ability to interface effectively with all executive level staff.
- Strong communications implementation skills, detail, and deadline-oriented.
- Ability to work on multiple tasks and able to monitor and support projects in a timely manner.
- Strong strategic thinking and analytical skills.
- Must be a team player, with the ability to work in a fast paced, client-oriented environment with efficient team members and a variety of stakeholders
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