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    Summary

    International Affairs Policy Analyst assists in examining & analyzing complex factors relative to the purchase of American companies by foreign owned entities to ensure that U.S. investment policy is served and Nation’s security is protected. The incumbent provides assistance evaluating effectiveness of DOE programmatic & policy goals relative to the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) are being met in the near and long term and for recommending appropriate action.

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    Responsibilities

    As an International Affairs Policy Analyst, you will:

    •Assist with the development, review and coordination of CFIUS policy documents.

    •Coordinate review of documents with intra- and interagency teams.

    •Maintain knowledge of the identification of new and important crosscutting issues, to facilitate timely, informed decisions by senior decision-making officials within and outside DOE.

    •Coordinate information to identify, define, and develop issues, and plan, conduct, and evaluate broad nationwide studies of factors related to energy production in the U.S. that DOE must consider in determining the effects of a foreign acquisition on national security.

    •Assist with the preparation of documents presenting findings, conclusions and recommendations to those required to make policy decisions.

    •Support the senior DOE representative to intra-agency, interagency and international committees and meetings, and in deliberations with responsibility for recommending to DOE appropriate courses of action.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - 10% or less overnight travel is required to attend site visits, conferences, meetings and/or training.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    11

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