Are you interested in a rewarding and challenging career? Join the U.S. Small Business Administration, Office of Inspector General! SBA OIG provides auditing, investigative, and other high quality services to support and assist the SBA in achieving its mission. We promote open and honest communication and encourage a positive work environment. We are listed among the top ranked agencies in the Partnership for Public Service's 2019 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government!Learn more about this agency
As an Investigative Analyst is the Investigations Division, you will:
- Provide mastery level technical oversight and continued engineering support regarding implementation and maintenance of Office of Inspector General, Investigative Case Management System.
- Assess system capabilities, recommends, and makes system changes for improvements; coordinate system and data base changes with OCIO and the vendor as necessary; prepare investigative policy and procedures; train investigative personnel in the use of the system; and act as liaison on all matters related to the investigative case management processes of case management systems.
- Assess the types of investigative management information and data elements which must be maintained and compiled for regular reporting and assists managers and staff in determining their information needs.
- Serve as the project manager for security, technology, and capability upgrades in response to in house requests as well as changing investigative requirements.
- Evaluate and identify significant findings, trends and patterns disclosed in audit and investigation reports and SBA management reviews.
- Develop and update all policies and procedures concerning the investigative mission, integrity awareness, and internal security, as assigned.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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