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    OIG is organized into seven operational units: the Immediate Office of the Inspector General, Office of the Counselor, Office of Audits and Evaluations, Office of Healthcare Inspections, Office of Investigations, Office of Management and Administration, and Office of Special Reviews. In addition to the Washington, DC, headquarters, OIG has offices located in more than 60 locations throughout the country.

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    The Supervisory Investigative Attorney position is located in the Office of Special Reviews in Washington, DC.  This office was created to increase the Office of Inspector General's (OIG) flexibility and capacity to conduct prompt reviews of significant events and emergent issues not squarely within the focus of a single OIG directorate or office. It is led by an Assistant Inspector General (AIG) and a Deputy Assistant Inspector General (DAIG), who have staffed the office with professionals possessing a broad array of expertise. The Office of Special Reviews undertakes projects assigned to it by the Inspector General (IG) and Deputy IG, and works collaboratively with the other directorates to review topics and issues of interest that span multiple offices.

    As a Supervisory Investigative Attorney, you will:

    - Assist the AIG and DAIG in planning, conducting, and supervising reviews and special projects.
    - Consult with the other Directorates and the Counselor’s Office to coordinate special projects and plan review strategies and tactics.
    - Lead and conduct investigations and address matters involving possible violations of laws and regulations of federal law, including assessing the extent of compliance with government and agency rules and regulations, assessing program support effectiveness and efficiencies, and identifying systemic weaknesses.
    - Develop detailed plans, goals, and objectives for short and long-range implementation and administration of a variety of investigative activities, including as directed by the IG, Deputy IG, AIGs, or DAIGs.
    - Collect, sort, and analyze information from a variety of sources in order to evaluate relevancy and adequacy of facts, and to develop and implement recommended courses of action relating to matters that are the subject of the investigations and reviews being conducted by the Office.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - The incumbent should anticipate frequent walking and standing as a component of this travel.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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    0905 Attorney

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