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    Incumbent is responsible for the day-to-day accomplishment of assigned audit tasks required in evaluating information system activities of the U.S. House of Representatives.

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    • Independently plans and performs audit objectives for information systems audits of general and application controls, data integrity, system development lifecycle, acquisitions, and information resources management.
    • Performs work in compliance with Government Accountability Office Government Accounting Standards and the OIG Policies and Procedures Manual.
    • Independently configures and runs audit tools, such as scanning software and operating system scripts to test systems for vulnerabilities; analyzes the data produced; and translates that data into validated audit issues.
    • Performs audit tasks including, collecting and analyzing relevant data and performing complex analysis of audit documents/data to identify potential audit issues, causes, and solutions.
    • Assesses the risk and significance to House systems and operations of issues identified from assigned audit objectives.
    • Conducts client meetings including interviews and briefings.
    • Produces work products to include audit work papers and briefing documents.
    • Briefs team lead and supervisors on work performed, audit issues identified, and any unexpected delays or problems.
    • Stays apprised of current audit techniques, issues, and trends in information systems and systems security. Is a subject matter expert for the IS Division in at least one technology area.
    • Proposes personal development and training plans.
    • Identifies and writes fact sheets for potential audit areas for the IS Division as part of the annual audit planning process.
    • Contributes to improving the IS Division and the OIG office through efforts such as identifying and implementing new or improved processes, techniques, and tools as well as sharing knowledge and providing assistance.
    • Provides assistance to contractors as assigned.
    • Participates in special projects and other tasks as assigned.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Overnight travel is rare, and generally only in conjunction with attending out-of-town training, seminars, or conferences.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0511 Auditing

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