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    Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) has the powers and responsibilities generally granted to Inspectors General under the IG Act of 1978. The TIGTA is under the general supervision of the Secretary of the Treasury, with certain additional reporting requirements to the IRS Oversight Board and the Congress.

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    As a Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Investigations, you will:

    1. Assists in rendering day-to-day executive supervision to TIGTA Special Agents-In-Charge; advising subordinate managers on policy matters; ensuring proper coordination of the various projects and activities; and communicating the results of investigative activities.

    2. Ensures the day-to-day investigative operations are progressing toward planned goals, with particular attention to ensuring the effectiveness and efficiency of operations.

    3. Provides assistance and leadership in developing and executing new and independent programs designed to prevent criminal corruption and other serious irregularities which can lead to fraud and abuse in the programs and operations of IRS and Related Entities.

    4. The DAIGI works with the AIGI, other IG officials, and Treasury officials to ensure maximum utilization of diverse investigative disciplines in achieving TIGTA program goals and objectives; and renders technical advice and counsel to Treasury officials in response to program needs.

    5. Represents the TIGTA organization, specifically the Investigations function, describing its mission, goals and function at high level executive briefing sessions with other Government officials.

    Travel Required

    50% or less - Eleven or more days per month.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1811 Criminal Investigation

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