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    This position is with the Office of Inspector General, Special Investigations and Reviews, in Washington, District of Columbia. The OIG conducts investigations, audits, evaluations, and inspections to enhance program effectiveness and efficiency and to detect and prevent waste, fraud, and mismanagement in DOI programs and operations. Duty station will be negotiated upon selection.

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    As an Attorney Adviser, GS-0905-15, you will perform the following major duties:

    • Conducts investigations of potential violations of criminal, civil, or administrative statutes, regulations, rules, or policies, including developing investigative plans, preparing for and conducting interviews of witnesses and subjects, and reviewing emails and other documentary evidence;
    • Prepares legal documents and other materials in connection with ongoing investigations, including subpoenas and document requests, analytical memoranda, and reports of interview;
    • Conducts legal research and provides legal guidance on the scope and conduct of investigations; advises SIR management and OIG leadership on substantive legal matters encountered during investigations, including determining legal precedent applicable to investigations, applying criminal, civil, and administrative laws to specific fact patterns, and assessing sufficiency of evidence following investigative activities;
    • Drafts reports of investigations or other analytical written products that present complex fact patterns, explain governing laws, rules, and policies, and analyze evidence gathered in an investigation to support findings.

    Travel Required

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

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0905 Attorney

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