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    As a Program Analyst/Inspector in the Office of Special Reviews and Evaluations (SRE) at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)Office of Inspector General (OIG), you will conduct sensitive, impactful, and high-profile reviews of DHS programs and personnel, including in the areas of immigration, border and transportation security, disaster response, and civil liberties. SRE frequently conducts reviews at the request of Congress or senior DHS officials, and as a result of allegations of waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement received through our Office of Investigations. Examples of recent published SRE work include:

    Inspectors in SRE may work with attorneys, auditors, and/or special agents in small multi-disciplinary teams. The teams conduct thorough reviews on tight time frames, and produce reports and recommendations that drive important and tangible improvement within DHS and keep Congress informed of DHS activities. SRE program analyst responsibilities include:
    • PLANNING/RESEARCHING: Develop researchable questions and methodologies independently or with team members to assess DHS programs or operations.
    • COLLECTING INFORMATION: Collect data regarding DHS operations from a variety of sources, including interviews, observations, and file/data reviews and appropriately determine the data's relevance and reliability.
    • ANALYZING INFORMATION: Apply a wide range of qualitative or quantitative analysis methods to discern relevant information and to identify trends, patterns or relationships.
    • COMMUNICATING: Prepare reports, briefings, presentations and other written products that present complex information in a clear,balanced manner. Communicate in a concise and organized manner, to include the ability to successfully explain complex issues in away that allows a varied audience to understand the intended message and objectives.
    • WORKING IN TEAMS: Working collaboratively with others and dealing with everyone fairly, equitably, and professionally, valuing diversity.
    • REPRESENTING THE AGENCY: Present a professional image of the agency when interacting with others, fostering trust and credibility.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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