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    Established as a statutory office by the Government Accountability Office Act of 2008, GAO’s Office of the Inspector General independently conducts audits, evaluations, and other reviews of GAO programs and operations and makes recommendations to promote economy, efficiency, and effectiveness in GAO. The OIG also investigates allegations of fraud, waste, and abuse, including the possible violation of law or regulation within GAO.

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    Manages and performs all aspects of investigations to produce timely reports of investigation or memoranda to management. These investigations involve extremely complex and sensitive investigations of alleged or suspected violations of criminal and civil laws, and agency rules and regulations, with particular emphasis on white collar crime that involves fraud, waste, abuse, and government corruption.

    Independently presents cases to prosecutors and works with prosecutors to prosecute cases. This includes participating in grand jury and trial proceedings.

    Leads criminal investigative staff and teams by advising, consulting, and performing quality assurance for investigations and other work (e.g., non-investigative and administrative tasks)

    Assists the Assistant Inspector General for Investigations (AIGI) in creating a vision for the development and implementation of OIG investigative policies and procedures.

    Implements and monitors investigative planning.

    Contributes to the improvement of OIG operations through advanced use of technology and process improvements.

    Advises OIG management of progress or problems related to ongoing investigations.

    Represents the OIG in discussions with GAO officials and others, as appropriate

    Produces or assists others to produce clear and logical products that are targeted to the audience in terms of scope and reflect the value of the work done.

    Performs other duties as assigned

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - .

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1811 Criminal Investigation

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