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**Notice: More than one selection may be made within 90 days of the issuance of the certificate, if additional vacancies occur.
Promotion to the next highest grade level is neither guaranteed nor implied.
OIRA's review for agency draft proposal and final regulations include the evaluation of the economic, scientific, and legal aspects of regulatory actions related to public health, healthcare, occupational safety, transportation safety, homeland security, labor, energy, environment, housing, immigration, and civil rights, tax, financial, education, and small business policy submitted to OIRA under Executive Order 12866 and related authorities. In addition, OIRA approves Government collections of information from the public under the Paperwork Reduction Act, and oversees the implementation of Government-wide policies in the areas of information policy, privacy, and statistical policy.
As a POLICY ANALYST, GS-0301-9/11, your typical work assignments may include the following under supervision:
- Conducting analysis of regulations and/or regulatory policy to identify significant economic, scientific, and legal issues, with emphasis on regulatory costs and benefits, and alternative regulatory approaches.
- Reviewing Information Collection Requests pursuant to the Paperwork Reduction Act to ensure that agency collections of information meet all of the requirements of the Act.
- Developing recommendations for higher-level decision makers.
- Drafting and presenting succinct written products to describe and summarize analysis and recommendations.
- Reviewing and interpreting pertinent subject-related directives, proposed legislation, and policy documents to identify expected impacts and conducting analysis and studies of their implications and alternatives.
- Providing critical feedback and recommendations to OIRA and OMB leadership regarding policy positions on national-level regulatory and information collection strategic directives and policy statements.
- Being a key member of a team in developing government-wide standards in regulatory and information policy, including subject related directives, proposed legislation, and policy documents associated with the intersection between data, information, evidence, and decision making.
- These duties require the use of economic, scientific, statistical, privacy and other quantitative or analytical methods.
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