Positioning OCIO For The Future

In July 2019, OCIO realigned its organization into six major teams that focus on administrative, strategic, and core IT functions and capabilities.

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The new organizational structure supports OCIO in achieving the following:

Positioning Staff for Success | Filling Critical Positions | Modernizing Technology | Transitioning with Shared Services

HOW DOES THE NEW STRUCTURE IMPROVE DOL’S IT SOLUTIONS?

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Improving operational effectiveness through excellent organizational performance and capabilities
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Enabling functional integration for meaningful collaboration and holistic execution of core work and critical initiatives
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Creating an agile workforce ready to adapt to short-term and long-term changing priorities
 

WHAT ARE THE OUTCOMES FOR DOL?

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Offering enterprise-wide, flexible IT solutions through the DOL IT Platform, which offers multiple capabilities including modernizing case management systems. The Correspondence Tracking System in particular only took 12 weeks to complete using an agile approach.
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Modernizing legacy agency applications to deliver smarter IT solutions including the replacement of the foreign labor application certification program operated by the Employment and Training Administration.
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Securing and enhancing IT infrastructure including the closing of 63 of 74 planned data centers resulting in additional cost savings.
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Transforming the customer experience by deploying 22 applications to the Cloud for enhanced mobility, access and efficiency.
 

WHAT IS THE BENEFIT TO THE PUBLIC?

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Delivering best in federal IT service solutions to further DOL’s mission work