Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO)
The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) provides unclassified technology services to all components of the Executive Office of the President (EOP):
- Oversight of the OA Service Desk and IT Asset Management functions;
- Protect and defend the EOP network against information security threats and risks;
- Ensure the development, maintenance, and oversight of a technology infrastructure that meets the needs of EOP components;
- Management, oversight, and standards for OCIO project management;
- Assist the component Records Officers with managing the transfer and retrieval of Federal component paper records from offsite storage;
- Responsible for the capture and storage of Presidential and Federal electronic records and their transfer to the National Archives and Records Administration;
- Maintain the telecommunications infrastructure;
- Manage the infrastructure supporting the EOP Internet and Intranet sites and technologies; and
- Provide EOP components with accurate, timely, confidential library and research services to support the information needs of EOP staff.
The OCIO is comprised of: the Office of the Deputy CIO which includes the Project Management Office, Quality Assurance, and Funds; Customer Support; Information Risk Management; Operations & Engineering; New Media Technologies; and Library and Research Services.