Position is located in the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General DoD OIG, Deputy IG for Administrative Investigations (DoD Hotline). The DoD Hotline receives allegations regarding suspected threats to homeland security, leaks of classified information, fraud, waste, and mismanagement affecting DOD programs and operations at the local, national and international levelsLearn more about this agency
- As a Supervisory Investigator (Hotline), GS-1810-14, your typical work assignments may include the following:
- Supervises a team or independently conducts sensitive, complex investigations into allegations involving DoD officials and special assignments, as directed.
- Processes classified hotline complaints relating to intelligence matters using systems that disseminate and store SCI information.
- Supervises a team conducting preliminary inquiries to determine whether issues have merit, have already been investigated by another organization, and if more formal inquiry is appropriate.
- Ensures complaint information is properly coded and entered into the hotline database.
- Reviews hotline reports and findings of investigations to ensure progress is being made in accordance with established guidelines. Recommends further action, if necessary.
- Conducts oversight reviews of inquiries conducted by Inspectors General of the Military Departments and Defense Agencies.
- Maintains contact with DoD OIG staff offices and designated officials.
- As necessary, briefs DoD OIG management, other senior DoD officials, Members of Congress and their staff on the status and results of investigations, oversight reviews, and special projects.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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