Serves as senior management analyst, heading individual and concurrent audits, surveys, and evaluations. Directs and administers performance and program audits that are broad in scope, of national significance, and that cover wide geographic areas for the Library of Congress. Audits cover all major performance management aspects of agency programs. Develops and presents findings that are critical for annual and long-range planning of agency functions and influence agency policies and legislative proposals.
Develops performance and program audit and evaluation programs and plans, including functional responsibilities; specific project assignments; and audit objectives and requirements. Assesses matters such as overall effectiveness and efficiency; compliance with established policies, procedures, and government standards; and accomplishment of intended goals and objectives. Benchmarks agency operations against those of other agencies. Performs comprehensive analyses of overall operations in situations where decisions are complicated by the diversity of functional programs and operations, and conflicting requirements.
Researches, writes and edits materials on a variety of established subjects. Written products should be creative, objective and persuasive, and have high ease of readability and user-friendliness, intended to engender changes in program operations. Follows OIG guidelines for content, presentation, and organization, or makes suggestions for change as appropriate.
Determines priorities, objectives, and staff requirements needed to perform evaluations and other studies. Recommends allocation of staff resources. Assists the Assistant Inspector General for Audits (AIGA) in articulating and communicating to auditors or teams the assignment, project, problem to be solved, actionable events, milestones, and/or program issues under review, and time frames for completion.
Identifies, distributes, and balances workload and tasks among employees in accordance with established workflow, skill levels, and/or occupational specializations. Makes any adjustments needed to re-balance the workload in accordance with established priorities to ensure timely accomplishment of assigned auditor or team tasks; and ensures each employee has a primary role in developing the final team product.