Deputy Director for Systems Operations

  • U.S. Department of Energy
  • Washington, DC

Job Description

This position is excluded from the bargaining unit. More than one selection may be made from this announcement, and the office for that selection may vary. Please note - only your resume and cover letter will be forwarded to the selecting official. Learn more about this agency


This position is located in the Office of the Secretary (OSEC). OSEC serves the Commission by acting as the official focal point through which all filings are made for proceedings before the Commission, notice of proceedings is given, and from which all official actions are issued by the Commission. OSEC is responsible for processing all matters coming before the Commission and determining prior to submission that all factors concerning the matters are ready for Commission consideration. OSEC prepares the agenda for formal Commission meetings and distributes materials to the Staff and Commissioners concerning cases listed on the agenda. After approval is voted by the Commission members, OSEC prepares opinions, orders and regulations for formal issuance and provides service as required by law. OSEC is responsible for the official release of Commission actions including timely service of such actions on parties to the proceedings. OSEC records and preserves the minutes of all official actions taken by the Commission. Major duties of the position include:Works with OSEC and FERC staff, FERC Information Technology Support Contract (ITSS) staff, regulated entities, and the public to design, acquire, implement, or modify computerized public information and reference systems and contractually acquired services for information systems in support of Commission business. Identifies and analyzes information research and retrieval needs throughout the Commission and for the public. Defines automation strategy and develop acquisition or development plans. Ensures that systems are compatible with national and international information, records management, and library standards. Ensures that information technology (IT) infrastructure supports Commission-wide goals and objectives. Advises FERC and the public on issues related to providing information to the public in automated formats.

Travel Required

Not required

Supervisory status


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