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    This selectee will oversee the Management Services and Exempt Organizations unit, which reviews several IRS programs and offices, including financial management, the Tax Exempt and Government Entities Division, the Agency-Wide Shared Services function, the IRS Human Capital Office, and acquisition and procurement fraud.

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    As the Assistant Inspector General for Audit (AIGA) for Management Services and Exempt Organizations, you will have full responsibility of managing approximately 60 employees dispersed across the United States. You will oversee execution of  the unit’s audit program, as well as set the long term strategic direction for the unit.  Specifically, you will:

    - Render day-to-day executive supervision of a segment-of the Audit function; advising subordinate managers on policy matters; ensuring proper coordination of the various projects and activities; and control and review of preparation of audit reports.

    - Maintain liaison and working contact with the applicable IRS Executives and their staffs to keep abreast of operating problems.

    - Furnish audit services on areas of potential management improvement and integrity to appropriate management officials, the Inspector General and/or the Congress.

    - Make workload determinations, prepare justifications, and develop recommendations for long-range planning, the annual budget, and the annual audit programs to provide appropriate audit coverage of the programs and operations of the IRS and Related Entities.

    - Provide executive leadership, as delegated, to major special studies generally requiring the services of the multi-functional staffs.

    Travel Required

    50% or less - Up to six to ten days per month.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0511 Auditing

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