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    This position is located in the Department of Health And Human Services, Office of Inspector General, Office of Evaluations and Inspections (OEI). OEI is designed to improve HHS programs by conducting evaluations. The purpose of evaluations vary and include measuring the effectiveness of Departmental legislation, policies, and procedures; assessing efficiency of operations; and identifying vulnerabilities to fraud, waste, and abuse.

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    The purpose of this position is to design, develop, adapt, and execute statistical research programs and major statistical projects which involve nationwide data collection. The incumbent will serve as a Mathematical Statistician, GS-1529-14, within the Office of Evaluations and Inspections (OEI). Duties include but are not limited to:

    • Advising on and performing professional work requiring the design, development, and adaptation of mathematical methods and techniques to statistical processes for research programs and major statistical projects which involve nationwide data collection.
    • Determining data requirements for the project, which requires knowledge of the available data sources and the ability to translate the aims of the project into specific data-preparation tasks.
    • Serving as an expert witness and a recognized authority by testifying before formal boards of inquiry and in Courts of Law with respect to mathematical and statistical techniques applied in OEI reports.
    • Developing and coordinating a series of training experiences aimed at increasing the statistical and research skills of OEI evaluators.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


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    1529 Mathematical Statistics

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