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    The Criminal Investigation Division (CID) Director develops policy on Department of the Army (DA) jurisdiction for the investigation of major criminal offenses. Directs the negotiation of and finalizes delimitation agreements with other federal, state, and local law enforcement organizations. Determines policy for the conduct of all criminal investigative matters between DA and federal, state, local, and foreign law enforcement and security agencies. The Director, CID determines guidelines and directs the development of investigative policy and operating procedures for all aspects of a global felony-level criminal investigation organization and criminal intelligence collection and analysis. Determines scope of, develops policy for, and evaluates the effectiveness of special programs such as the polygraph examinations, major cybercrime and procurement fraud investigation, protective services for designated United States (U.S.) high risk personnel, and surveys to determine the vulnerability of Army activities to criminal activity and/or terrorist threats. Directly manages a workforce of 3,100 Soldiers and civilians and an annual operating budget of approximately $350 million. Performance is reviewed in the broadest terms for technical perceptiveness, managerial competence and senior leadership effectiveness for contribution to the execution of the CID mission. Serves under the general direction of the Secretary of the Army and receives broad strategic guidance from the Chief of Staff of the Army. Directly supervises 3 personnel at the Brigadier General (O-7) and Colonel (O-6)/GS-15 levels.

    Travel Required

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

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1811 Criminal Investigation

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