The IG reports to the Commission and is responsible for the implementation and management of the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) in the Commission. The IG conducts, supervises, and/or coordinates independent and objective audits, inspections, evaluations, and investigations of EAC programs and operations, contractor activities, and grants to states and nonprofit organizations.Learn more about this agency
- The Assistant Inspector General for Audit (AIGA) directs or conducts performance audits, evaluations, inspections and reviews of EAC programs, functions, and operations. The incumbent maintains personal contact with key senior officials within and outside of EAC, such as management and officials of CIGIE, OMB, GAO, other Federal and state agencies, contractors and educational or research groups.
- Participates with the IG in developing the annual audit plan; determining the scope of each audit; developing and adjusting audit guides when necessary to meet special or unusual circumstances; and participating in entrance and exit conferences with auditees (city, county, state, and/or EAC officials). The AIGA supervises the work of subordinates, if any, and monitors the work of contractors.
- Plans, conducts, and manages complex audits; develops strategies to facilitate the audit planning process; analyzes and assesses the impact of proposed changes to Federal programs; and participates in the development of long-range strategic plans, annual audit plans and audit policies and procedures. The AIGA assists the IG in managing the office budget; performs or assists the IG in performing annual self-assessments of the quality of the EAC OIG's audits and other related activities; develops recommendations for improvements; tracks recommendations until corrected; and assists the IG in implementing corrective actions to improve quality.
- Assists in the development of Independent Government Cost Estimates (IGCEs) and detailed, written statements of requirements to include technical requirements for use in soliciting contracts for audit, investigation, inspection, evaluation, or other services. Develops technical evaluation plans, and related rating criteria to evaluate contractor proposals and participates in Technical Evaluation Panels (TEPs). Prepares or assists in preparing award recommendations based on results of TEP evaluations. Assists in overseeing contractor performance by reviewing deliverables for acceptance or rejection, reviewing contractor invoices, maintaining appropriate oversight documentation, and preparing formal contractor evaluations. The AIGA will complete training and perform the steps necessary to obtain and maintain certification as a Contracting Officer's Representative (COR), Level II.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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