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    WHAT IS THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION? Criminal Investigation is the investigative and law enforcement arm of the IRS.  When individuals or corporations deliberately don't comply with the tax laws, Criminal Investigation responds with financial investigations and potential criminal prosecutions to promote compliance and confidence in the fairness of the tax system.

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    WHAT DOES A MANAGEMENT AND PROGRAM ANALYST DO? As a Management & Program Analyst, you will be responsible for accomplishing various programs relating to substantive, mission-oriented goals of Criminal Investigation. The complex programs involve systems or issues and have impact on multiple CI locations and/or organizations. In this role, you will coordinate with employees and managers in all affected areas within the Service and with individuals and organizations outside the Service. Specifically, you will be responsible for Part 9 of the Internal Revenue Manual (IRM) to include but not limited to overseeing the development, authoring, maintenance, clearance, and printing of CI’s IRM. You will serve as liaison between the subject matter expert(s) (SMEs) and the Internal Management Documents (IMD) Coordinator; provide support to the IMD Coordinator on IRM issues and serve as the point of contact for the CI HQ-SMEs. You will assist the IMD Coordinator in maintaining the CI IMD Web page and will provide IRM Part 9 background files to the IRM library for posting to the IRS historical files web site.

    As a Management & Program Analyst you will:

    • Meet with employees, analysts, managers, and executives within Criminal Investigation and the Service to define the overall goals and objectives of the CI IRM program.
    • Direct, plan, and coordinate complex analyses of planned or proposed CI IRM programs, projects or processes which consider factors such as: impact on customers, other programs and policy and procedural changes, staffing, training, and support requirements, risk factors, costs and available alternatives.
    • Demonstrate an extensive knowledge of applicable programs, procedures, rules, IRS policies, regulations, and other research materials and tools.
    • Stay current with the business of the organization in order to identify activities likely to affect the program areas and provide specialized technical advice, guidance or training as appropriate.
    • Establish a system to review, control, and report on program status; Monitor program status and adjust work plans for program accomplishment.
    • Conduct in-depth analyses of program data, requirements, and impact; identify problem areas and determine how to resolve them; prepare agency directives, memoranda, service-wide policy statements, and other written guidelines and recommendations relating to the program.
    • Conduct briefings and prepare comprehensive reports to keep managers and executives advised of the program’s plans and progress and to communicate findings and recommendations.

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    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - 1 - 5 nights per month

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/560766900. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.