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    Summary

    The Office of Investigations - Labor Racketeering and Fraud (OI) conducts program fraud and labor racketeering/organized crime investigations. These investigations involve labor law violations related to various statutes under Title 18 of the U.S. Code, as well as other statutes which authorize DOL programs. This position serves as the Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Investigations - Labor Racketeering and Fraud (DAIGI) who assists in overseeing the operations of OI.

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    Responsibilities

    The Deputy Assistant Inspector General for the Office of Investigations – Labor Racketeering and Fraud is responsible for assisting the Assistant Inspector General for the Office of Investigations – Labor Racketeering and Fraud with managing and directing a nationwide investigations program that may result in criminal, civil, or administrative sanctions against individuals or entities.

    Based on intelligence gathering, program profiles and industry probes, devises investigative and enforcement strategies with the Department of Justice and United States Attorney’s offices, officials of federal investigative agencies, and representatives from State and local prosecutive and investigative offices.

    Designs and directs a program to train personnel in the legal and investigative procedures relevant to their assignments. Designs and coordinates joint training programs involving federal and state prosecutors and investigators.

    Represents the OIG in law enforcement matters related to program fraud, labor racketeering and related corruption. Testifies before congressional oversight, authorizing, and appropriation committees regarding investigative activities.

    Exercises leadership to ensure workforce diversity in such areas as recruitment and staffing, employee development, staff assignments and communications. Provides executive oversight for all administrative and policy requirements that are exclusive to the criminal investigations workforce.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required in support of OIG mission functions.

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Promotion Potential

    00

  • Job family (Series)

    1811 Criminal Investigation

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