The Office of the Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery (SIGPR) was established under the CARES Act which was enacted in response to the COVID-19 national emergency. SIGPR conducts, supervises and coordinates any audits and investigations of loans, loan guarantees and other investments made by the Secretary of the Treasury under any program established and managed under the Act. Through the CARES Act, SIGPR has been funded for 5 years. At which time the agency may be terminated.Learn more about this agency
As a Criminal Investigator, you will:
- Serve at the highest non-supervisory level within the Investigations Division, and will be called upon to spearhead the largest, most complex, and most sensitive criminal and occasionally non-criminal investigations which come under the jurisdiction of the Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery (SIGPR).
- Review incoming allegations for investigative merit of delicate and sensitive investigations, identifying the issues to be investigated and the policy and/or operating procedures that are applicable, and recommend appropriate disposition.
- Conduct financial investigations of the highest complexity involving corporate fraud.
- Question high level and publicly known or sensitive subjects and third party witnesses (formally and informally) and secure evidence from other outside sources to determine nature and extent of violation.
50% or less - Travel will be required for this position.
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