This position serves as a Criminal Investigator (Desk Officer) within the Office of Investigations (OI), assigned to the Investigations Liaison and Special Operations Division (ILSOD), performing under the direction of the Assistant Special Agent in Charge (ASAC) and Special Agent in Charge (SAC) for the office.Learn more about this agency
**SALARY SHOWN INCLUDES GEOGRAPHICAL BASE SALARY RANGE FOR THE GS-1811-13 LEVEL, AMOUNT OF LOCALITY PAY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AVAILABILITY PAY (LEAP) OF 25% REFLECTED IN THESE FIGURES**
- Establishes and maintains liaison with USDA agency top management representatives
- Informs USDA agency managers of OIGs investigative and enforcement responsibilities and concerns for the integrity of the individual agency's programs and operations
- Maintains liaison with other Federal (non-USDA agencies) and State and local government organizations
- Maintains liaison with OIG Audit officials and Office of Investigations staff within the OIG. Advises agency managers of investigative trends, broad program weaknesses, significant case developments, and findings
- Provides expert technical direction and program guidance to the Investigations regional offices on all matters pertaining to agency program responsibilities
- Provides information on new or revised legislation, regulations, and other matters which affect assigned programs
- Counsel investigative regional offices and staff on unusual or difficult issues involved in investigations and resolving questions and problems encountered
- Personally handles exceptionally complex, technical investigative problems or controversial, novel, or exploratory questions and issues, and advises on potential investigations areas and new investigative approaches
- Collaborates to establish objectives of the OIG investigative program, determines the need for investigations, and prepares recommendations of priorities and justifications that have an impact on long-range planning and annual budget preparation
- Serves as Task Force member or outside agency liaison, working from an alternate duty location, relaying information and accessing outside agency resources to support OIG investigations, including performing criminal or administrative investigations
75% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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