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    The Office of Inspector General (OIG) is committed to detecting and preventing fraud, waste, and abuse within the U. S. Agency for International Development (USAID).  In addition to providing oversight of USAID, OIG provides oversight of the African Development Foundation (ADF), the Inter-American Foundation (IAF), and the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC).

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    As the Special Agent in Charge for the Operations Support Division (OSD), you will:

    • Direct several complex professional operational support programs.
    • Direct activities designed to prevent and detect fraud, waste and abuse.
    • Lead the Operations Support Division in the execution of its functions.
    • Oversee various administrative investigations.
    • Develop and coordinate policy.
    • Ensure the functionality and accuracy of the USAID hotline and case reporting systems.
    • Lead efforts for external reports to the CIGIE, Department of Justice, Office of Government Ethics, and Congress. 
    • Oversee program management of firearms, evidence, sources and funds, badge, vehicle, and property programs.  
    • Analyze results of investigations and direct preparation of report. 
    • Develop and manage investigative support activities which are designed to detect the presence of waste, fraud, abuse and misconduct in USAID, MCC, IAF, ADF and/or DFC programs and operations.
    • Identify program areas for special study and review where program officials, employees, foreign nationals and others have indicated special concerns regarding program abuses and vulnerabilities. 
    • Coordinate and track IG/I’s fraud awareness outreach efforts in concert with other IG offices and the investigative divisions.
    • Maintain liaison with high ranking officials of USAID Bureaus/Missions, MCC, IAF, ADF and/or others and advise such officials of measures to detect and prevent violations.
    • Conduct special studies and proactive analyses at the direction of IG/I senior managers or in coordination with IG/I investigative divisions.
    • Develop recommendations for systems, procedures, policies and programmatic improvements in investigative methods and techniques.
    • Represent the OIG in a variety of meetings which are designed to address investigative resources, IG/I awareness, or other areas as directed.
    • Present information to individuals or groups effectively, make clear and convincing oral presentations and briefings.
    • Perform various duties typical of a supervisor.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - Position requires travel to domestic and overseas locations.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1811 Criminal Investigation

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/583309000. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.