Execute a unified approach for ensuring appropriate levels of confidentiality, integrity, authentications, non-repudiation, and availability for the Installation Management Community (IMC). This is accomplished by:
Managing the Installation Management Information Assurance Program Plan and IA Workforce Training
Managing and coordinating the OACSIM Operations Security (OPSEC) program in support of the Command OPSEC Program
Conducting security risk assessments
Coordinating employment of cyber capabilities to include computer network operations exploitation and attack
Manage the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) and Risk Management Framework (RMF) responsibilities.
The IMC, through its Installations, Energy, and Environment (IE&E) domain governance structure, provides standardized and objective decision making processes for planning, prioritizing, funding, and executing cost-effective and strategically aligned IT investments. Through an integrated IT investment management process, the Information & Technology Directorate’s enterprise governance ensures IT investments are visible, selected, monitored and compliant with all applicable laws and authorities.
Ensure timely and efficient information technology and information management support for OACSIM in accordance with established IT service level agreements. Integrated information technology support is provided through coordination with the Headquarters Department of the Army (HQDA) IT service provider for baseline and above baseline desktop, network and enterprise managed requirements and services. Integrated project implementation of Army directed enterprise IT initiatives (e.g., enterprise email, data center consolidation, Mobile, Army Knowledge Online (AKO) Transition, etc.) within OACSIM to support enhanced and mission specific service and program delivery. Provides planning, deployment, and maintenance of OACSIM’s knowledge portal and website. Information management support provided includes Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) processing.