The Office of Audits (OA) conducts independent and objective audits, performance evaluations, and other examinations of NASA and contractor programs and projects to improve NASA operations. The OA provides a broad range of professional audit and advisory services, performs focused reviews of specific management issues, comments on NASA policies, and is responsible for oversight of NASA audits performed under contract or by other Federal agencies.Learn more about this agency
- Directs audits and evaluations to ensure NASA meets stated goals; determines measures to improve operational services, personnel, and organization resources. Directs the capture, analysis, and reporting of agency performance.
- Consistently prepares and guides others in preparing written documents (including detailed oversight, policy analysis, and performance management reports) for complex subjects that are accurate, well organized, concise, and understandable.
- Performs complex analyses of highly unstructured problems related to policy options and issues; resource allocation and decision modeling; cost/benefit analysis; statistical methods; and various applications to specific public policy topics.
- Conducts planning and research on programs and activities within areas of responsibility. Resolves critical problems and provides expert analysis and advice on a wide variety of program issues and identifies relevant topics for review.
Occasional travel - Travel may be required for training or other work-related duties
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