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    Summary

    The mission of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service is to support and protect the U.S. Postal Service and its employees, infrastructure, and customers; enforce the laws that defend the nation's mail system from illegal or dangerous use; and ensure public trust in the mail. The Analytics and Cybercrime Group supports all Inspection Service investigations to include narcotics, workplace violence, cybersecurity investigations and mail theft amongst others.

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    Responsibilities

    Performs oversight, coordination, training, and evaluation of headquarters intelligence development, investigative analyses, and audit activities; develops methods and practices governing the development and distribution of strategic and tactical analytic services and products.

    Major Duties

    1. Collaborates with headquarters and field personnel in the development of quantitative and qualitative standards for use in the collection, evaluation and reporting of intelligence data and investigative analyses.
    2. Provides direction to field analytic units for the development of data gathering methods, analytic product metrics, and procedures for the dissemination of information and intelligence.
    3. Monitors and evaluates investigative analyst initiatives, programs, and projects to ensure appropriate utilization and allocation of analytical resources at the field and headquarters level.
    4. Develops and implements analytic performance indicators, targets in support of strategic planning, forecasting, training, and operational performance.
    5. Participates in the planning, coordination, and implementation of comprehensive special studies, national criminal forecast and profiles, and inter-agency intelligence research to support decision making.
    6. Develops intelligence data and analysis through the use of software or data mining tools.
    7. Provides technical advice, program guidance, and testimonial services to federal, state, and local law enforcement communities on intelligence development and analytic initiatives; serves on inter-agency, national, and global task groups addressing current and emerging criminal trends and recommend solutions.
    8. Oversees the planning and coordination of analyst training and development initiatives and develops procedures to monitor and assesses the effectiveness of internal and external training and development programs.
    9. Oversees the development of headquarters and field information technology system requirements for data collection, research, and intelligence formulation and validation.
    10. Designs and develops formal communications related to national and global strategic trends, forecasts of investigative and audit activities, and emerging criminal patterns and networks.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Occasional domestic and international travel may be required.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    23 - EAS-23.

  • Job family (Series)

    0132 Intelligence

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