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This position is located in the Alexandria, VA Office of the Deputy Inspector General for Overseas Contingency Operations (DIG-OCO) and reports to a director performing reviews and critical assessments of programs in support of the missions assigned to the ODIG-OIG.
The incumbent serves as a Program Analyst and performs research and analysis duties in support of quarterly reporting and oversight planning responsibilities of the Lead Inspector General mission.
Develops questions and requests for information directed to Federal agencies engaged in overseas contingency operation activities, programs, and activities funded by the United States Government.
Analyzes information related to strategic areas of Security, Stabilization, Support to Mission, Humanitarian Assistance, Governance as well as funding requests, appropriations, expenditures, disbursements, reprogramming activities, contracts, grants and agreements;
Reads and summarizes oversight projects and reports; tracks recommendations, conducts continuous gap and trend analyses and "lessons learned" research related to planned, ongoing, and completed projects and reports; maintains awareness of strategies, policies, regulations, legislation and Congressional interests related to overseas contingency operations.
Drafts well-formulated, accurate, and timely questions, summaries, briefings, reports, and official correspondence that reflect a thorough understanding of the identified topic.
25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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