The Inspector General (IG) conducts, supervises, and coordinates inspections, audits, investigations, and reviews relating to the programs and operations over which the Director of National Intelligence has authority and responsibility.Learn more about this agency
- Support in the management and coordination of strategic and tactical projects, execute actions associated with assigned projects, and provide project status and reporting.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
- As directed coordinate, compile, and organize all essential information and materials to assist the Hotline Manager in the execution of daily mission objectives.
- As directed, coordinate operational and administrative matters, review and research issues, and develop initial solutions and options; maintain situational awareness of issues affecting organizational equities and the status of multiple projects.
- Receive in-depth telephonic and in-person complaints; review and catalog written correspondence regarding allegations received through the Hotline.
- Evaluate allegations and consider all relevant aspects of the matter such as the credibility of the source; the evidence that a violation of law, regulation, or standards of conduct has occurred; the cost effectiveness of a formal inquiry and potential benefit to the Government; and the potential for adverse effect to the ODNI and to the Government.
- Independently determine appropriate action to be taken, e.g., close without action, refer to other Federal agency, or refer for IC IG or ODNI component inquiry, audit, inspection, criminal investigation.
- Conduct preliminary inquiries when the information in the initial allegation appears to have merit but is neither sufficient nor clear enough to warrant additional action. Fully develop information by making the necessary in-person and telephonic contacts and/or by obtaining the necessary documents to determine the future course of action.
- Ensure protection of Hotline sources' confidentiality to the maximum extent possible by implementing strict internal controls.
- Independently manage workload, giving special attention to priorities and suspense's; bring to the Hotline Manager's attention significant cases, such as those which involve public safety or senior level officials.
- Prepare written correspondence to record in-person intakes, routine administrative forms, referral memoranda to ODNI Components and other Federal agencies, and complainant acknowledgment, when appropriate.
- Develop and present written documents that include reports of investigation and memoranda to management, and also develop and present oral briefings for senior leaders regarding findings and the status of complex or sensitive investigations, cases, and/or inquiries.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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