This position is located in the Department of Defense (DoD), Office of the Inspector General
(OIG), Deputy Inspector General. Investigative Policy and Oversight. The incumbent will work with a team of investigators and conducting complex general criminal investigations and developing DoD-wide general investigative policies. The position is located in Alexandria, VA.
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Stopper and Referral System (ASARS) for this positionEligible for NAF/AAFES Interchange Agreement Eligible for 30% Disabled Veterans Eligible for Persons with Disability Executive Order 12721 Current Permanent Department of Defense DODIGCurrent Permanent Department of Defense (DOD) - DOD Transfer (Excluding DODIG)Interchange AgreementOther Special Hiring Authority
- As a team member plans, schedules, and conducts inspections and oversight evaluations of the criminal investigative functions of the DCIOs and Department law enforcement organizations.
- Develops data collection methodologies and collects required data to identify strengths and weaknesses, assesses and analyzes problem areas and recommends actions for correction and prevention of future similar problems.
- Prepares investigative and evaluation reports to be issued by the OIG, DoD, to the Secretaries of the Military Departments and other DoD program managers.
- Ensures the investigative and evaluation reports contain a thorough analysis of data obtained during reviews of DCIOs relating to their operational procedures and the effectiveness and efficiency of said operations.
- Monitors, reviews, and analyzes criminal investigations for scope and timeliness; effective use of investigative techniques; adherence to established regulations; impact and significance on programs and personnel of the affected Service, Agency, and the DoD; and patterns recurring in more than one situation, service, or agency indicating a need for Department-level action to prevent, detect, or remedy fraud, waste, and abuse.
- Establishes and maintains liaison with DoD and Non-DoD organizations.
- Develops and coordinates DoD-wide criminal investigative policies and procedures.
- Provides oversight of technical aspects of complex DoD-wide general criminal investigations.
- Attends and conducts meetings and briefings of investigative policy matters to DoD and Non-DoD organizations.
- Provides advice to senior management, to include SES level, concerning the planning, development and execution of DoD and OIG policies and programs to prevent fraud and corruption in DoD operations. This includes expert advice on internal reviews, oversight programs, and other activities.
- Reports significant investigations and investigative results to the Program Manager, Director, Inspector General (IG) and the Secretary of Defense.
- Provides advice/guidance to management.
Occasional travel - May require up to 25% travel for temporary duty (TDY)
Who May Apply
This job is open to…Status Candidates (Merit Promotion and VEOA Eligibles)
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