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About CISE
Organizational Chart
Office of the Assistant Director
Advisory Committee
Assistant Director's Bio
Assistant Director's Presentations
Budget
Career Opportunities
Former Assistant Directors
View CISE Staff
CISE Organizations
Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (ACI)
Computing and Communication Foundations (CCF)
Computer and Network Systems (CNS)
Information & Intelligent Systems (IIS)
Proposals and Awards
Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures Guide
  Introduction
Proposal Preparation and Submission
bullet Grant Proposal Guide
  bullet Grants.gov Application Guide
Award and Administration
bullet Award and Administration Guide
Award Conditions
Other Types of Proposals
Merit Review
NSF Outreach
Policy Office
Additional CISE Resources
Contact CISE OAD
Subscribe to receive special CISE announcements
Serving and Working at NSF
Assistant Director's Presentations and Congressional Testimony
CISE Dear Colleague Letters
CISE Distinguished Lecture Series
Webcasts/Webinars
Designing Disruptive Learning Technologies Webinars
WATCH Series
Workshops
CS Bits & Bytes
Big Data Research Initiative
US Ignite at NSF
CISE Strategic Plan for Broadening Participation
Science, Engineering and Education for Sustainability NSF-Wide Investment (SEES)


CISE - Office of the Assistant Director

The Office of the Assistant Director is broadly responsible for the four CISE Divisions and their programs. This responsibility includes:

bullet Developing programs and providing justification for the CISE budget during each Fiscal Year's budget process
bullet Formulating program directions for the research community in the areas of computer, computational, and informational sciences and engineering with the participation of such organizations as the; National Academy of Sciences, Computing Research Association, IEEE, ACM and other federal agencies, including the President's Office of Science and Technology Policy
bullet Representing the CISE programs in broad agency management initiatives
bullet Evaluating the needs for the acquisition of broad information technologies infrastructure including networking and computing systems to support CISE research and education programs
bullet Reviewing the development of human resources to support national needs in computer and information technologies training, education and research, including improving participation of under-represented groups
bullet Providing statistical, budgetary, and other analysis and planning.

 

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