This position is located in the Office of Analytics, Review, and Oversight, Office of Program Integrity, Division of Analytics and Operations, Woodlawn, MD.Learn more about this agency
The incumbent serves as a senior analyst and technical advisor to management officials responsible for overseeing the agency's Anti-Fraud Program.
- The incumbent designs, develops, and presents analytical models and methods for implementation, performs qualitative and quantitative analysis, and conducts research to support and further SSA's anti-fraud initiatives.
- The incumbent performs advanced mathematical analyses, including building and evaluating predictive models to:
- 1) detect and prevent fraud in the agency's programs; 2) measure and/or enhance program performance; and 3) increase operational efficiencies.
- Designs research studies of SSA programs and develops models to improve the efficiency of SSA's anti-fraud program. Determines methods and approaches to gather and develop required data to complete studies.
- Designs models and methodologies well suited to the analysis of generally stated problems, ascertaining and defining the validity of problems and
- [CONT] and developing appropriate criteria for evaluation in order to achieve improved program operations and management systems.
- Analyzes study findings, develops recommendations, and prepares and presents confidential in-depth reports and position papers to management officials regarding analyses of problems.
- Develops, reviews, and evaluates anti-fraud program management information. Applies best practices to develop and maintain reports on anti-fraud program initiatives for executive-level audiences.
- Reviews and evaluates anti-fraud initiatives to improve targeting of resources and/or quality of operations, develops and applies statistical profiling techniques to ensure potential for, or achievement of desired results.
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