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As a Information Technology Specialist, you will:
- Serves as a technical expert in the development of investigative methods, applying specialized forensic knowledge in developing processes to acquire, analyze and identify digital evidence in criminal, civil, or administrative investigations involving the use of computers, network technology, and digital information in the commitment of crimes.
- Provide computer expertise and technical support for FHFA-OIG fraud investigations by preserving, collecting, and the analysis of digital evidence.
- Conduct computer forensic examinations that are consistent with those standards established by FHFA-OIG, the Council of the Inspectors General for Integrity & Efficiency, and the Department of Justice, as well as reflective of current trends and techniques within the law enforcement and professional communities.
25% or less - 10-25% travel required
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