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    This position is located in the Office of Inspector General, Office of Investigations (INV).  INV has broad jurisdiction over criminal, civil, and administrative investigations of alleged violations of Federal laws, regulations, and policies relating to Department/U.S. Agency for Global Media (USAGM)/U.S. Section of the International Boundary and Water Commission (USIBWC) programs and operations.  The incumbent serves as an Investigative Analyst.

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    Conducts and coordinates complex research and analysis to assist criminal investigators in developing and executing investigations. Analyzes Department/USAGM/USIBWC programs for indications of waste, fraud, or abuse by government employees, contractors, or grantees. Uses varied sources of information from evidence; public or subpoenaed records; intelligence available from or produced by local, state, Federal, or foreign law enforcement agencies; open source databases (i.e., LexisNexis, CLEAR, Realquest, World Check); and law enforcement databases (i.e., TECS, NCIC, NADDIS, FinCEN) to carry out duties. Correlates large amounts of information using the intelligence cycle, and uses the information collected to support investigations and the prosecution of cases or pursuit of civil or administrative actions.

    Conducts complex and difficult investigative analysis and data analytics projects in conjunction with the initiation, development, and prosecution of major financial crimes, procurement frauds, and public corruption cases.

    Conducts and/or participates in broad-based investigative analysis projects of specific aspects of investigations involving subject profiling, link analysis, or intelligence data summarization and reports for other OIG components, utilizing resources either on-site or through the Department’s data systems.

    Serves as a member of the investigative team, which may require occasional travel; analyzes bank records, financial statements, various transactions, and a wide range of sources of data to identify trends and establish patterns of criminal activity (for example, analyzes bank statements to identify money laundering activities in violation of the Bank Secrecy Act, Section 314(a) of the Patriot Act, and other criminal statutes; analyzes Electronic Benefits transactions such as Worker’s Compensation, Social Security, Unemployment; analyzes dialed-number recorder and pen-register data; analyzes information obtained from internet sources and other information systems).

    Conducts complex investigative analysis and intelligence research in support of OIG investigations and provides findings and recommendations orally and in writing (for example, briefing memos or power point presentations to the supervisor, OIG management officials, criminal investigators, auditors, evaluators, and inspectors) to encourage understanding and acceptance of findings.     

    Manages external and internal libraries and commercial subscriptions; maintains 100 percent accountability of file records, constructs and organizes files. Maintains and updates activities in OIG Case Management System.

    Collects, organizes and analyzes information related to complex investigations, using state-of-the-art software programs.

    Develops and provides technical training to investigative personnel in support of investigations.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - The duties of this position may require the incumbent to travel outside the duty station to accomplish the assignment.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1805 Investigative Analysis

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