Office of Chief Information Officer (OCIO)
Strategic Business Management
DOL's OCIO Strategic Business Management (SBM) Program focuses on improving and enhancing the alignment between business and technology across the Department to improve program performance and contributes to achieving the Secretary's outcome goals.
As with most major organizations today, information technology (IT) is a key enabler to drive business mission success. As such, DOL's OCIO continues to strategically and operationally shift towards enhancing business operations and performance outcomes through implementing IT modernization initiatives, pursuing common or shared business services, and ensuring DOL's IT investments and initiatives are aligned, managed, and focused on adding business value and achieving business mission success. In line with this objective, the SBM Program is responsible for the development, maintenance and submission of DOL's Department-wide IT strategic planning document, the DOL Information Resources Management (IRM) Strategic Plan. The IRM Strategic Plan is the Department's IT vision that joins its information resources with its business strategies and investment decisions. This vision parallels the Department's Strategic Plan, describing how information resources will help accomplish the Department's mission and to ensure IRM decisions are integrated with organizational planning, program decisions, budget, procurement, financial, and human resources management.
For questions regarding the Department of Labor's Strategic Business Management Program, please email the DOL SBM Program Office.