The Office of Inspector General (OIG) has oversight of the full scope of Department of State, US Agency for Global Media, and the US Section of the International Boundary and Water Commission programs and operations. The Investigative Analyst performs work involving research, analysis, and/or evaluation of information to assist investigators in ongoing investigations in the Office of Investigations (INV).Learn more about this agency
- Independently plans, organizes, and conducts research, analysis, and/or evaluation of information to assist investigators in ongoing investigations.
- Develops complex investigative and analytic products and reports in furtherance of investigations into major financial crimes, procurement frauds, public corruption cases, and other crimes or misconduct impacting integrity.
- Brief findings and recommendations orally and in writing to the supervisor, OIG management officials, special agents, auditors, evaluators, and inspectors to encourage understanding and acceptance of findings.
- Evaluates information from evidence, public or subpoenaed records, intelligence available from or produced by foreign law enforcement agencies, and databases such as Lexis/Nexis and the National Crime Information Center (NCIC).
25% or less - Occasional domestic travel may be required.
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