Auditors use their broad-ranging expertise to conduct sophisticated program reviews, examinations of grant programs and contracts, financial or finance-related audits, and assessments of information technology security of Department of Justice components and activities.
Special Agents promote integrity within the Department, help detect and deter waste, fraud, or abuse, and investigate allegations of criminal and serious administrative misconduct against employees, contractors, and grantees of the FBI, DEA, BOP, ATF, USMS, USAO, and other Department of Justice components.
OIG Program Analysts’ work is complex and results-oriented, and contributes to Audit and Evaluation and Inspections reports.
Audit Division Program Analysts are responsible for thoroughly digesting and evaluating Department programs, processes, and practices and for developing persuasive reports that clearly state findings and include recommendations for corrective actions that improve government operations, value, and accountability.
Evaluation and Inspections Division Program Analysts work in teams to analyze the operations of Department programs and activities and identify best practices and needed improvements. They then prepare comprehensive reports that include recommendations for actions that Department managers can take to improve the program’s achievement of its intended purposes.
Analysts in the Office of Data Analytics conduct statistical analyses of large and complex data sets to support various projects at the Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General. Our analysts develop models to automatically identify indicators of fraud and other high risk transactions, and design, plan, and execute other broad-based analytical projects using tools such as SAS, R, SPSS, Tableau and Microsoft Excel.
Investigative Counsel lead multi-disciplinary teams that blend the skills of Attorneys, Special Agents, Program Analysts, and Paralegals. These teams produce reports and recommendations that promote individual accountability of Department employees and tangible improvement in Department operations.
Mission Support Specialist
Mission Support Specialists provide the critical infrastructure needed for the Special Agents, Program Analysts, Investigative Analysts, Auditors, Investigative Counsel and others to accomplish their daily work and foster high employee engagement and collaboration.
We are committed to being an employer of choice and we consider our employees to be our most valuable asset. We provide our employees with challenging work, robust training programs and opportunities, and employee recognition programs.
The Office of the Inspector General is committed to recruiting and hiring qualified veterans for each job series we employ. Utilizing veteran’s preference, the Veterans Recruitment Appointment, and other hiring flexibilities, we welcome veterans to our workforce. To learn more about veterans preference and appointments you may be eligible for, please visit www.fedshirevets.gov.
The OIG is committed to addressing the employment and professional development needs of the disability community. We strive to eliminate barriers and to make available new opportunities for people with disabilities to contribute to and thrive. We welcome and encourage qualified individuals with disabilities, including individuals with targeted disabilities, to apply for employment.
To detect and deter waste, fraud, abuse, and misconduct in DOJ programs and personnel, and to promote economy and efficiency in those programs.
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