This position is located with the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG), Office of the Deputy Inspector General of Investigations (DIG INV), Defense Criminal Investigative Service (DCIS), Field Office.Learn more about this agency
As a Supervisory Criminal Investigator , GS-1811-15, your typical work assignments may include the following:
- Serves as a principal advisor to the Special Agent in Charge (SAC), with full supervisory responsibility for directing subordinate Resident Agents in Charge and others in accomplishing all investigative activities pursuant to federal statutes.
- DoD Directives, and general office instructions.
- Ensures the timely performance of satisfactory quantity and quality of work, by reviewing, accepting, amending, or rejecting work products.
- Ensures the efficient and effective administration of office resources.
- Develops budget and program planning documents for the Field Office Special Agent in Charge as required, and tracks expenditures for office contracts, small/miscellaneous purchases or Government Purchase Card, and local travel.
- Provides for the maintenance and proper use of office vehicles and equipment.
- Analyzes new or revised regulations, policies, Federal Statutes, and procedures affecting agency programs or operations to identify elements requiring possible investigations.
- Ensures the protection, storage, and destruction of all information concerning the subjects of investigations consistent with dissemination of policies of Office of Deputy Inspector General for Investigations,
- Freedom of Information Act, and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended.
- Analyzes all preliminary criminal or final investigative reports to ensure compliance with investigative directives, standards, and guidelines.
- Presents oral briefs to U.S. Attorneys and directs subordinates in their assembling and presenting criminal evidence for subsequent prosecution.
- Serves as court witness and frequently testifies before grand juries, courts, or administrative hearings regarding the crime and evidentiary proofs ascertained through investigative efforts.
- Plans, organizes, conducts, and/or oversees complex investigations into alleged frauds and violations of numerous Federal Acts affecting labor law provisions, DoD contracts, contractors, and contractor employees;
- criminal statutes relating to the falsification of contractor's certified payrolls; and fraudulent deviation from, or failure to comply with, DoD contract specifications.
- Analyzes criminal complaints and determines certain patterns and trends of these criminal activities and recommends appropriate action to be taken.
- Represents DCIS in dealing with senior officials of various federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, industry representatives, and professional societies.
25% or less - This position requires travel to other duty locations approximately 25% of the time
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