Resume Templates: Chief Information Officer


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Professional Summary
Driven information technology professional with over 18 years of increasing responsibility in network administration, network engineering, and IT management seeking to leverage background to transition to a public sector position with a respected organization. Expertise in installing standardized infrastructures across multiple agencies and conveying complex concepts to specialists, contractors, and agency leadership.

Core Qualifications

Network Administration Policy Planning Project Management

Program Administration Network Security Leadership

Deputy Chief Information Officer / Information Technology Management Specialist, 04/2013 to Current US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) ­ Arlington, VA Develop IT strategic plans in alignment with mission priorities, and prepare and administer annual operating and capital budgets. Direct IT operations, including supervising and tasking specialists and contractors, IT status and security consulting, project management, contract administration, and Federal Small Agency CIO Council participation. Apply IT principles and best practices to identify, recommend, develop, implement, and maintain cost-effective technology solutions. Conduct agency assessment and accreditation, and enforce compliance with FISMA annual systems auditing requirements; ensure systems meet Privacy Act and Personally Identifiable Information regulations. Design and maintain agency-wide business contingency and recovery plans to effectively restore IT services after disasters. Negotiate and administer IT acquisition contracts and SLAs; maintain currency on technology, hardware, and software to control costs. Lead COOP testing and development, and partner with COOP manager to complete COOP reporting and annual exercise requirements. Monitor Information Technology and Communication (ITC) advancements, and research, analyze, and advise on investments, maintenance, and policies. Author IT policies on acquisition, implementation, and operation of IT and communications systems. Senior Analyst ­ Cyber Security, 05/2011 to 04/2013 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) ­ Washington, DC Collaborated with federal, state, local, and private sector critical infrastructure and key resources (CIKR) stakeholders to devise security enhancement and safeguard strategies, and to provide expertise to program and special project development. Authored policies, procedures, and training to maintain Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorist Security (CFATS) compliance and protect assets from unauthorized disclosure, misuse, theft, sabotage, or loss; counseled managers on developments in security processes, techniques, systems, and devices. Conducted risk analysis, and information, physical, and IT security assessments to develop vulnerability reduction measures. Participated in development and administration of training programs to protect and secure chemical sector. Advised higher-level management, security specialists, and subject ma er experts across multiple agencies on policy interpretation and application, conflict resolution, and new technique and systems implementation. Contributed to interagency study groups as technical expert and recommended solutions to resolve issues in existing systems and programs; prepared and delivered technical briefings to senior CIKR stakeholders. Prepared technical reports, communiqués, and related documentation to support agency directives.