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    It is anticipated that there will be significant interest in the announcement. As a result, the announcement will close at 11:59 p.m. ET on the date of receipt of the 200th application or at 11:59 p.m. ET on DATE OF CLOSURE; whichever occurs first. Any required documents should be submitted at the time that you apply as documents will not be accepted after the vacancy closes.

    OIG is organized into three line elements: the Offices of Investigations, Audits and Evaluations, and Healthcare Inspections; along with the Office of Contract Review and the Office of Management and Administration. In addition to the Washington, DC, headquarters, OIG has offices located in more than 30 cities throughout the country.

    The Supervisory Criminal Investigator (Resident Agent in Charge), located in the Office of Investigations, is responsible for providing direction, coordination and policy implementation in support of investigations into (1) alleged violations of Title 18, United States Code, involving fraud against the Government, false claims and statements, bribery, conversation, embezzlement, conflicts of interest, collusion, kickbacks, and other Federal statute covering corruption, fraudulent or other criminal activities affective Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) programs, contracts, and operations; (2) alleged fraud and civil violations of other Federal laws affective labor law provisions of VA contracts, contractors and contractor employees, criminal statues relating to the falsification of contractors’’ certified payrolls and fraudulent falsification, departure from or failure to comply with contract specifications; (3) alleged improprieties on the part of Department employees, stat and other city or local political subdivision personnel, or other in connection with VA programs; (4) violations of, or noncompliance with, legislative or administrative requirements relating to VA programs; (5) alleged violations of VA employees’ Standards of Ethical Conduct and Related Responsibilities.

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    As a Supervisory Criminal Investigator (Resident Agent in Charge), you will:

    • Review, coordinate, and monitor the work performed by field elements relative to the program area.
    • Analyze new or revised regulations, policies, Federal statutes, court decisions, and procedures affecting agency programs or operations to identify new initiatives and to determine if existing OIG policies and procedures conform or must be revised.
    • Provide advice and recommendations to the Assistant Inspector General for Investigations (AIGI) and the senior management staff on major program developments, significant problems, and resolutions.
    • Plan, organize, and conduct comprehensive surveys and/or analyses designed to assess the risk factors of VA programs and to detect illegal, improper, and/or abusive activities in the operation of those programs.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - Travel nationwide under tight deadlines. The incumbent should anticipate frequent walking and standing as a component of this travel.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


    Who May Apply

    This job is open to…

    All Candidates who are:
    Current or former federal employees qualifying as Status Candidates, VEOA eligibles, CTAP/ICTAP eligibles, eligible for special hiring authorities (e.g., the Schedule A appointment for persons with disabilities, or covered by an Interchange Agreement).

    Questions? This job is open to 4 groups.

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    1811 Criminal Investigation

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/480528400. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.