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Policy & Resources

Mission

The Policy and Resources Directorate exercises legal, fiscal, and statutory authorities to achieve near-term and strategic CIO/G-6 objectives; and delivers CIO-focused governance, policy, human capital development, financial planning, programming and execution, bulk buying strategies, and portfolio management to execute and sustain LandWarNet and Network 2028.

Functions

  • Accomplish the CIO Fiscal Integration Role in the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) Process
  • Execute the CIO/G-6 Annual Operating Budget, Army Focus Programs, and Outside Continental United States (OCONUS) Funding
  • Maintain IT Fiscal Discipline to ensure that budgets specifically link to IT investment strategies through visibility of all Army IT expenditures and other Army procurement for IT programs
  • Support the Army Enterprise Network Council (AENC) to achieve CIO/G-6 goals and objectives, and leverage this forum for collaboration, information sharing, and decision making
  • Lead the planning and management of enterprise IT services across the Army in coordination with Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology (ASA (ALT)), Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), and Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM)
  • Develop and manage Army IT policy ensuring traceability to statutory legal authority of the CIO, aligned with Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Joint/DoD policy, laws, regulations, and standards
  • Lead IT efficiency efforts such as IT Management Reform (ITMR), Army Request for Information Technology (ARFIT), Army Portfolio Management Solution (APMS), and Presidential Executive Orders on efficient spending on IT
  • Coordinate strategic sourcing for the Army’s IT enterprise license agreements, bulk buys, and joint enterprise licensing agreements
  • Support the Army's Internal Use Software (IUS) audit readiness effort. Develop and implement processes, procedures and governance structure for IUS accountability to accurately record IUS assets in order to produce an accurate, auditable and supportable balance on its financial statements
  • Build a first-class competency-based civilian IT/cyber workforce of 15,000 professional through training, education, and professional development
  • Promote CP-34 Certification Program and build Workforce 2028 skillsets