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- Searches, collects, and preserves information using automated recordkeeping tools, systems, and technologies.
- Processes complex requests for sensitive information, including classified materials.
- Perform detailed research projects in a broad range of current and legacy sources in direct support of court orders, official investigations, Freedom of Information Act requests, litigation or other authorized requests for information.
- Identifies approaches to improve the quality of metadata. Develops and applies classification systems (e.g. lists. Trees, hierarchies, facets, system maps, folksonomy and database schemas) to improve organization, navigation and findability.
- Develops and maintains enterprise search capabilities by improving mechanisms such as keyword based searching and semantic techniques.
- Deploys and maintains the organization thesaurus to improve search and classification.
- Modify standard library practices, precedents, and techniques to solve a variety of information access, dissemination, and preservation problems.
- Manages and adapts precedents such as automating workflows and policies concerning the uploading of content and its cataloguing with descriptive and other metadata.
- Identifies sources and strategy for content capture, identifies issues associated with sharing content across and outside the agency, determine effective document collaboration (e.g. workflow, audit trail, and version control).
- Analyze and synthesize information to provide insights and advice to leaders to support business decisions.
- Review content of agency contributors for completeness and compliance with system policies, incorporating best practices and the OIG unique requirements.
- Collaborates with management, staff, end users, and other IT personnel to organize information. Work with internal teams to facilitate use and support adoption of automated systems.
- Provide instruction, instructional materials, and documentation for different user audiences to support efficiency in the use, findability, and ingestion of information.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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