The Supervisory Statistician is responsible for developing, coordinating, conducting, and overseeing data analytics, statistical sampling, predictive and risk modeling, and data mining research efforts to support OIG's mission to promote economy, efficiency, and effectiveness and prevent fraud, waste, and abuse in USDA's programs and operations. The Office of Data Sciences is responsible for developing, coordinating and conducting data analytics to support data-driven administrative decisions.Learn more about this agency
- Develop, conduct and oversee data analytics to include statistical sampling, risk modeling, and data mining research to support OIG?s mission to promote economy, efficiency, and effectiveness and prevent fraud, waste, and abuse in USDAs programs.
- Directly supervise ODS staff, establish systems for monitoring and measuring program accomplishments, and hold them accountable for the management and administration of their respective functional areas.
- Review current and proposed laws, regulations, publications, USDA and OIG Directives, GAO and OMB guidance, in order to advise senior management of potential or actual changes that may affect OIG operations, policies or procedures.
- Responsible for managing the resources of the division in order to achieve established goals and objectives and assist ODS in meeting pertinent elements of the OIGs strategic plan.
- Monitor and coordinate administrative matters relating to data mining, data warehousing, and predictive analysis information, documentation, personnel security, and special projects.
- Represent the OIG in conferences and negotiations with officials from the Department, representatives from other Federal agencies, Inspectors General, OMB, and Congressional staff on critical matters relating to management and policy issues.
- Implement data mining strategies to identify key parameters and develop models of suspicious or anomalous behavior.
- Provide expertise on leading-edge methods of integrating advanced programming and visualization tools to better understand significant patterns in a wide variety of data.
25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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