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    This position is located in the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG), DIG Administrative Investigations, Hotline. The DIG Administrative Investigations, Hotline is responsible for providing a confidential means to report violations of law, rule, or regulation or other criminal or administrative misconduct that involve DoD personnel and operations, without fear of reprisal.

    As an Investigative Analyst, GS-1805-5/7/9, your typical work assignments may include the following:

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    • Responsible for entering, retrieving, analyzing, consolidating and reporting a broad range of investigative, programmatic and operational data and information.
    • Utilizes management information and automated systems to extract, analyze and report statistical data for investigators, senior analysts, and senior management.
    • Observes and advises on events, the status of the investigations, programs and operations, and trends. Conducts a wide variety of analysis to detect trends; and passes analyzed data to the responsible individual.
    • Prepares spreadsheets, charts, briefing, slides, dashboards, and other reports in support of the agency reporting requirements.
    • Monitors automated time and attendance system and payroll data. Analyzes and resolves errors in the automated systems, tracks payroll execution overtime and compensatory time, and maintains current and accurate reports.
    • Assists in the review of travel authorizations and vouchers. Analyzes and resolves errors in the automated system for travel, tracks the travel budget execution, and produced reports.
    • Glean and analyze data from automated systems to assist with answers to General Counsel FOIA requests, Litigation Hold Requests, and Discovery requests.
    • Assists in execution and monitoring of the full range of personnel actions. Enters, tracks, retrieves, and analyzes personnel data in automated systems. Tracks and analyzes cumulative personnel actions for status, trends and reports.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1805 Investigative Analysis

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