DoIT provides and maintains mission-critical technologies for the City’s more than 18,000 employees and the hundreds of thousands of constituents they serve. With approximately 150 employees and an annual budget of approximately $50M, DoIT delivers an effective foundation of technology that serves more than 40 departments and millions of direct constituent interactions. To ensure the City’s technology procurement and deployment decisions effectively serve its residents and workforce, the governance and policy programs in DoIT seek to bridge the Mayor’s vision with departmental and agency needs in the context of an evolving regulatory environment and rapidly changing technology landscape
Working closely with the Chief Information Officer, the Director of Governance and Policy will manage the development and implementation of technology guidelines, standards, and policy across the entire City of Boston, including multiple innovation and technology organizations. The Director of Governance and Policy will coordinate departmental and city wide technology standards and policies pertaining to security, privacy, accessibility, data, and other relevant innovation areas. This role will also design and shepherd city-wide governance processes that identify shared technology priorities and needs across all agencies and departments, develop appropriate strategies for prioritizing budget investments, and support the development of a user-centric IT service management plan across the entire City. The role will interface with leadership within DoIT; technology leaders across the City; the Mayor’s Team; and local, state, and federal legislative bodies activities.
Education and Experience:
Boston Residency Required
Non Union/Union/Salary Plan/Grade: Union MM2-11
Hours per week: 35