Communication Services

OAMC directs and coordinates information management and communications for the DPCPSI Office of the Director, and Deputy Director, Office Directors, and division staff.  Each DPCPSI Office has a Communications Director, and we serve as a point of coordination, collaboration, and additional support as needed for each office. We provide communications services, consultation and guidance, as well as creating customized resources that target both public and internal division audiences. We manage the DPCPSI Website, the DPCPSI Intranet, and the DPCPSI Spotlight newsletter. 

OAMC Communication Services

  • Develop strategic communications plans, and create guidance documents customized to DPCPSI communication needs
  • Coordinate the DPCPSI Communications Community (DCC) group, consisting of representatives from each of the division’s 14 offices
  • Respond to press inquiries, interview requests or clearance questions, and FOIA requests, and coordinate with DPCPSI office contacts
  • Create a variety of communications products in support of the DPCPSI mission that include print and electronic materials, and Website and intranet contents
  • Design and update architecture of websites that incorporates industry standards of usability, and that meets Federal and other technical requirements
  • Website content management including writing, editing, database management, and ensuring content is 508 compliant
  • Collaborate with Division staff to develop content for the Division newsletter, and Intranet
  • Coordinate activities with the Division Communications Community (DCC), a DPCPSI-wide group of communications staff
  • Serve as a coordinating hub within the Division for NIH-wide communications information sharing or collecting, such as responding to HHS data calls
  • Advise the DPCPSI Director, Deputy Director, Office Directors, and staff on developments in communications and their implications for the division
  • Plan and secure contracts, budget, personnel, and other resources as needed to fulfill the Division’s communications and information management needs

This page last reviewed on February 14, 2022