The Department of Transportation (DOT) Office of Inspector General (OIG) provides independent, objective reviews of the efficiency and effectiveness of Department of Transportation programs and operations, and detects and prevents fraud, waste, and abuse, and criminal violations of laws affecting DOT. OIG fulfills statutory responsibilities and supports members of Congress, the Secretary, Department officials, and the public in achieving a safe, efficient, and effective transportation system.Learn more about this agency
The Assistant Inspector General for Administration and Management (AIG-M) reports directly to the Deputy Inspector General and is a key figure in the top management team. The incumbent exercises executive direction over the administrative activities including procurement, administrative operations, human resources, facilities and asset management, information technology, and training and development. The AIG-M serves on the Senior Leaders Team and on the Executive Committee, functioning as part of the management team, in formulating and recommending policies and procedures and ensuring implementation. This includes assessing the needs of OIG by examining the organizational structure, the distribution of work load and functions, the operating procedures, and the Policy and Procedures Manual (PPM) chapters.
The AIG-M serves as liaison to the Department’s Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and attends meetings with Associate Administrators for Administration from the Operating Administrations. Information received is often used to formulate OIG policies while maintaining OIG independence. The AIG-M coordinates the OIG Awards Program including policy, award nominations and determinations, ceremony order and logistics, reception coordination, and liaison with Senior Leaders.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel up to 25%
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