This position is located in the Department of Labor, Office of the Inspector General (OIG), Office of Legal Services. The incumbent serves as the OIG' s Records Officer and is also responsible for the OIG's Office of Legal Services' records management program.Learn more about this agency
1. Formulates and implements program policy and procedures to successfully meet the goals and requirements of the Federal Records Act, Executive Order 13556 "Controlled Unclassified Information, “and related statutes, regulations, and policies.
2. Serves as OIG’s expert adviser with respect to records management and is the liaison and point of contact for activities with agency personnel, other federal agencies and stakeholders with respect to records management matters, including data calls.
3. Establishes OIG-wide and OLS specific procedures, long-range plans, and execution strategies. Develops recommendations and justifications for improving the OIG's implementation of the Records Management function. Identifies the scope of any problems, develops solutions to ensure that all OIG offices maintain the security of records, policies, and procedures in compliance with the Privacy Act and the Records Management program.
4. Monitors OIG records management activities through data provided by the Federal Records Center and the DOL Records Office. Establishes and manages OIG records liaisons accounts on the National Archives ARCIS and ERA systems.
5. Works with OIG’s Office of Information Technology on electronic recordkeeping requirements, records management applications, as well as the technology challenges of accessing and maintaining records over time.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel - May require occasional travel.
14 - Position is at the full performance level.
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