Duties include the following:
· Oversees and directs the performance of auditing activities relating to DoD programs and operations. Leads a large geographically dispersed global Audit organization with over 608 employees across 11 locations.
· Advises the Inspector General and Principal Deputy Inspector General on program matters relating to prevention and detection of fraud, waste, and abuse in DoD programs and operations. Informs the IG and PDIG of current, serious fraud problems, abuses, and other deficiencies reported by DoD audit organizations and recommends corrective actions.
· Oversees planning, scheduling, and the conduct of complex and comprehensive audits as well as special examinations of DoD programs, operations, and contract audits. Directs the development of formal reports of findings and makes recommendations to agency officials for corrective actions.
· Oversees and directs financial and performance audit processes to ensure the quality and timeliness of work products.
· Reviews and edits audit products to ensure clarity, thoroughness, and compliance with established standards.
· Consults with Congress and the Department to ensure that the annual audit plan meets current and emerging priorities.
· Promotes coordination with other Federal Offices of Inspectors General on audit issues, including reviews of inter-agency programs.
· Develops and implements performance based metrics for the Office of the Deputy Inspector General for Auditing that are effective measurements of mission.
· Promotes compliance with DoD Joint Ethics Regulation (DoD 5500.7 R) for the Office of the Deputy Inspector General for Auditing.
· Promotes a management culture for sharing knowledge and resources with other OIG components involved in investigations, inspections, policy setting, intelligence, and administration matters.
· Promotes the prevention, detection, and elimination of reprisals against OIG Auditing employees who make legally protected disclosures.
· Performs other duties as directed by the Principal Deputy Inspector General or Inspector General.
· Complies with requirements of The Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, 5 U.S.C. §4 (2000), wherein "each Inspector General comply with standards established by the Comptroller General United States for audits of Federal establishments, organizations, programs, activities, and functions; [and] establish guidelines for determining when it shall he appropriate to use non-Federal auditors; and ... take appropriate steps to assure that any work performed by non-Federal auditors complies with the standards established by the Comptroller [known as Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards, or GAGAS']."
Occasional travel - As required (e.g., site visits to field offices, conferences, etc.)
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