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As the Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Audits and Inspections you will be responsible for managing the total Audit and Inspection program for the Western Region. Duties include providing direction, guidance, and staff supervision for all audits and inspections conducted by the Western Region; formulate long range audits and inspection objectives; prepare reports that conform to Comptroller General Standards and adheres to the requirements of the Inspector General (IG) Act; develop and prepare materials for use in responding to Freedom of Information requests and congressional inquires; serve as a member of the senior level staff sharing responsibility for accomplishment of the Office of Inspector General (OIG) mission; represent the OIG to the GAO, OMB, DCCA, and various Federal, state, and local agencies.
25% or less - This position requires 25% or greater travel.
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