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    If you would like to be a part of a federal organization dedicated to serving our nation and those who defend it, consider a career with the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG). The agency promotes integrity, accountability, and improvement of critical DoD programs and operations to support mission accomplishment and to serve the public interest. The OIG offers the full range of federal benefits (see link below) and a flexible work schedule, depending on position requirements.

    This position is located in the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG), Deputy Inspector General for Administrative Investigations (AI) Front Office. AI is comprised of the Investigations of Senior Officials Directorate (ISO), the Whistleblower Reprisal Investigations Directorate (WRI), and the DoD Hotline. AI is responsible for conducting or performing oversight of all DoD investigations into allegations of misconduct involving senior officials; (2) implementing the DoD Whistleblower Protection Program which includes conducting or performing oversight of all DoD investigations into allegations of reprisal for whistleblowing made by DoD personnel, training reprisal investigating officers, and performing educational and outreach activities on whistleblower rights and protections; (3) operating the DoD Hotline which includes the receipt and referral of allegations of fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, and threats to public health and safety; and (4) formulating and issuing DoD policy; and formulating and issuing investigative policy and procedures manuals and guides. AI Develops and implements a DoD-wide program for educating employees on prohibitions, rights and remedies under whistleblower protection statutes. These statutes include the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended; the Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989; 10 U.S.C. 1034 (military members); 10 U.S.C. 1587 (nonappropriated fund employees); 10 U.S.C. 2409 (contractor employees); Presidential Policy Directive 19 (intelligence personnel); and 5 U.S.C. 2302 (civilian appropriated fund employees).

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    Responsibilities

    • Reviews written products including reports of investigation, policy documents, investigations policy and procedures manuals and guides, and ensures they are written in accordance with professional standards.
    • Recommends edits as required for readability, tone and style to be suitable for the intended audience.
    • Reviews and verifies information in consultation with investigators.
    • Recommends new presentation formats to ensure material is presented clearly and in accordance with established templates and correspondence guides.
    • Ensures clarity and correctness of spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
    • Ensures that statements are complete, clear, and logical; that technical terminology is uniform; that syntax and expression are consistent; and that report organization is logical and conveys the desired emphasis.
    • Reviews draft policy documents for adherence to the DoD Issuances guidelines.
    • Independently develops complex training material on report preparation, writing techniques, and technical writing matters (e.g., punctuation, grammar, capitalization).
    • Establishes and operates in a SharePoint environment for editorial collaboration and organization of written products.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Up to 10% of work time may require travel.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Who May Apply

    This job is open to…

    Status Candidates (Merit Promotion and VEOA Eligibles)

    Questions? This job is open to 2 groups.

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    1082 Writing And Editing

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