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    These positions are located within the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General, Office of the Deputy Inspector General for Policy and Oversight (P&O), Investigative Policy and Oversight (IPO).

    As a Criminal Investigator, GS-1811-13, your typical work assignments may include the following:

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    • Plans and executes evaluations of criminal investigations within the Department of Defense related to suspected violations of laws, regulations, and policies.
    • Plans, schedules, and conducts evaluations of investigative and law enforcement programs
    • Plans and executes Congressional and special investigations of DoD matters as directed by the Inspector General.
    • Plans, schedules, and conducts highly complex oversight evaluations of violent and other crime to ensure compliance with investigative directives, standards, and guidelines
    • Prepares impartial, clear and concise investigative and evaluation reports to be issued by the Office of Inspector General.
    • Evaluates Department of Defense-wide policies regarding criminal matters of interest to the Department; identifies the need for revisions, changes or deletions of current policies, procedures or practices
    • Analyzes affidavits to support the issuance of subpoenas related to violations of criminal law and violations of the False Claims Act.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Approximately 25% of work time will require travel within and outside the U.S.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1811 Criminal Investigation

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