Inspector General Criminal Investigator (CIA)

Inspector General Criminal Investigator (CIA)

Job Category: Homeland Security / Law Enforcement

Job Location: CONUS

Job State: Washington, DC

Job Description:

conduct investigations into allegations of fraud, waste, abuse and wrongdoing involving CIA's personnel, programs and operations. These may include alleged violations of Federal criminal statutes, as well as regulatory or administrative issues.

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) is a statutorily independent component of CIA. OIG Criminal Investigators work independently or as members of teams conducting interviews, administering oaths, gathering evidence, analyzing records and data, preparing reports, and providing testimony in legal and administrative proceedings. You will frequently interact with all levels of CIA employees and contractors, as well as with other law enforcement agencies, Inspectors General, and the Department of Justice.

OIG Criminal Investigators carry a special position of trust and you will be expected to conduct yourself and your investigations in accordance with standards set forth in the Attorney General Guidelines and the Council of Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency. Position duties are similar to Washington, DCOPM's 1811 (Criminal Investigator) job series position; however, Federal law enforcement retirement and Law Enforcement Availability Pay (LEAP) is not currently provided.

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