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    DOE is the Nation's top sponsor of research and development (R&D) and has won more Nobel Prizes and R&D awards than any private sector organization and twice as many as all other Federal agencies combined. DOE has operating nuclear facilities, science laboratories, power marketing administrations, and environmental clean-up sites in 35 states, and is responsible for many accomplishments in fields including alternate fuels vehicles, biological and environmental research, energy efficiency, nuclear security and non-proliferation, clean power technologies, medical technologies, gene research, and computers and microelectronics.

    The OIG offers potential for advancement, excellent benefits, and numerous training opportunities. We are located in 13 states throughout the U.S. Please visit our website at http://www.ig.energy.gov.

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    As a Program Analyst with the DOE Office of Inspector General, you will be responsible for:

    1. Developing and conducting complex analytical studies of administrative functions and processes for the purpose of identifying efficient, economical, and equitable operations. Identifying potential vulnerabilities and inefficiencies and making recommendations to management regarding the establishment of new or enhanced procedures.

    2. Coordinating the organization's acquisition and procurement efforts. Serve as the primary purchase card holder for the organization. Prepare requisitions and purchase orders. Work with vendors and agency officials to identify and resolve issues. Track and ensure timely renewal of agreements and licenses.

    3. Coordinating and preparing all OI field and Headquarters personnel actions to include recruitment, awards, promotions, position descriptions, and performance appraisals matters. Oversight of the permanent change in station process to ensure compliance with Department and OIG policy and procedures.

    4. Coordinating Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, ensuring deadlines are met. Prepare FOIA status reports and provide briefings as required to management on issues relevant to FOIA cases. Tracks the status of FOIA cases to ensure the processing of requested information is adequate. Identify deficiencies or potential problems with FOIA cases.

    5. Tracking training and development of organization personnel, analyze distribution and utilization of available funds, and provides recommendations to senior management for the most efficient and effective use of training funds. Coordinates agency training events.

    6. Coordinating and developing the OI’s input to budget formulation and justification documents for submission to the Department, Office of Management and Budget, and Congress. Monitors the OI’s expenditures of funds.

    7. Establishing and coordinating the organization’s Records Management and Disclosure of Records program area initiatives. Establishes, maintains and ensures compliance with the organization’s Records Inventory and Disposition Schedule.

    8. Compiling statistics for use in the preparation of documentation relative to budget projections and justifications, travel reports, training needs and justifications, and other reports such as those requested by OIG management, the Secretary, or Congress.

    9. Performing special projects and studies as requested by senior OIG management.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - This position requires occasional travel (10%).

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


    Who May Apply

    This job is open to…

    • Current Federal employee with competitive status
    • Former Federal employees with reinstatement eligibility
    • CTAP/ICTAP eligibles
    • Veterans with VOW or VEOA eligibility
    • Those eligible under an OPM interchange agreement or special appointing authority

    Questions? This job is open to 3 groups.

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