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This position is located in the Diversion Control Division (DC), Office of Diversion Control Policy (DP), Regulatory Drafting & Policy Support Section (DWP). The incumbent will perform such duties as:
- Developing policy statements, regulations, and legislation in anticipation of new trends in state legislation or industry and health professions.
- Supervising and evaluating studies of current and future developments in regulations, laws, and policies of other federal agencies, state, local and foreign governments and within the regulated industries and health professions.
- Collaborating with key officials from other federal agencies, private industry executives, and international organizations to develop policies for drug-related issues and problems.
- Establishing and maintaining liaison between agency and outside stakeholders to gain insight into the potential impact of proposed DEA regulatory changes on the scientific community, general public, law enforcement personnel, and medical community.
- Implementing Diversion Control procedures and policies for large-scale, national, and international investigations.
- Providing guidance on existing and pending legislation pertaining to increasing administrative oversight for the procurement, manufacturing, import, export, storage and distribution of controlled substance pharmaceuticals and listed chemicals.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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