The NASA OCIO Cybersecurity & Privacy Division (CSPD) manages the Agency-wide information and cybersecurity program to correct known vulnerabilities, reduce barriers to cross-Center collaboration, and provide cost-effective cybersecurity services in support of NASA’s information systems and e-Gov initiatives.What does the CIO do at NASA?
Office of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) Organization Applications Division: This division is responsible for management of the planning, design, integration, and delivery of NASA’s enterprise applications projects and services, with IT authority including investment review and architecture compliance for applications across the Agency.Who is the Inspector General of NASA?
NASA IG. NASA Inspector General Paul Martin testifies before the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics regarding NASA's Plans for the International Space Station and Future Activities in Low Earth Orbit.What is the OCIO doing for Information Technology?
The OCIO is proud to present the USDA Information Technology Strategic Plan for FY2019-2022. The plan outlines strategic goals and initiatives to move the Department forward with modernization and increased IT performance and greater efficiencies. Click the image to view.a list of OCIO's current vacancy announcements.