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    WHAT IS THE PRIVACY GOVERNMENTAL LIAISON and DISCLOSURE (PGLD) DIVISION? PGLD is responsible for safeguarding and protecting sensitive taxpayer and employee information while promoting government transparency and accountability through better access to government information. 

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    Responsibilities

    WHAT DOES AN EMPLOYEE PROTECTION SPECIALIST DO? As an Employee Protection Specialist you will provide leadership, expertise, and direction in the development and implementation of the Employee Protection System (EPS) for the Internal Revenue Service. Work assignments include program reviews, studies and annual evaluations, assessments of training programs and working an inventory of Potentially Dangerous Taxpayer (PDT) and Caution (CAU) cases. This position involves broad analyses and studies affecting all aspects of Office of Employee Protection (OEP) operations and requires consideration of immediate, sequential and long-range effects of proposed actions. Your efforts may substantially improve the quality and efficiency of the program operations.

    As an Employee Protection Specialist you will:

    • Review the implementation of employee protection policies, program plans, and recommendations to improve the quality of the Employee Protection System (EPS).
    • Identify and prepare reports for those adverse and significant trends and patterns in employee protection programs.
    • Conduct re-evaluations of PDT and CAU statuses.
    • Evaluate incidents that do not meet Potentially Dangerous Taxpayer (PDT) criteria for inclusion in the Caution Indicator (CAU) program and determine whether additional information is required.
    • Assist in developing and implementing plans to communicate and educate employees in safety-related issues by preparing guidelines, instructions and other documents.
    • Ensure that OEP policies and procedures do not negatively impact other IRS and Government policies and programs, such as the Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 (RRA '98), the Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TBOR) and the Retention Standard for Fair and Equitable Treatment of Taxpayers.

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    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - 01 to 05 Nights Per Month

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    11

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