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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Safeguarding the HHS mission People

The following roles play an active role in information security at HHS:

Executives translate Federal policy into HHS policy and set the tone and direction of security initiatives.

Chief Information Officers (CIOs) are responsible for information security (IS) planning, budgeting, investment, performance, and acquisition.

Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) develop enterprise or OPDIV standards for information security.

Contracting Officer’s Technical Representatives (COTRs) are responsible for some contract administration, such as the technical direction and acceptance.

IT Investment Board manages capital planning and investment control process, as defined by the Clinger-Cohen Act.

Program Managers/System Owners represent programmatic and mission interests during acquisition process and are intimately familiar with function system requirements.

Privacy Officer ensures services or systems being procured meet privacy policy and requirements.

Legal Advisor/Contract Attorney advises on legal issues during the acquisition process.

IT Administrators manage the daily operations and maintenance of an information system.

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