1 U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General Becoming an Auditor or Program Analyst AUDIT DIVISION OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL U.S. Department of Justice
2 The OIG plays an integral role in the Department of Justice and is recognized within and outside the Department for its objective oversight. A Message from the Inspector General Thank you for your interest in joining the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) for the Department of Justice. The OIG seeks to promote integrity, efficiency, and effectiveness in Department operations, and improve the operation of the Department in tangible ways. The OIG plays an integral role in the Department of Justice and is recognized within and outside the Department for its objective oversight. Our audits, inspections, investigations, and special reviews examine key Department programs and allegations of misconduct by Department employees. Importantly, OIG reviews offer not only an assessment of the program, but also recommendations for improvement. We are seeking motivated, dedicated, and talented professionals who can help further our mission. If you are ready for a rewarding career, then we encourage you to apply for a position with the OIG.
3 Who We re Looking For The Audit Division seeks motivated, committed, and competent individuals who have succeeded academically and/or accumulated relevant work experience. Many of our Auditors and Program Analysts have degrees in criminal justice, political science, public administration, social sciences, business administration, accounting, and finance. We are looking for Auditors who have earned one or more of the following: A bachelor s degree in accounting with high academic achievement; A bachelor s degree in a related field and 24 credit hours in accounting, or 18 hours in accounting and 6 hours in business law, together with high academic achievement; or A Certified Public Accountant accreditation. We also are looking for Program Analysts who have earned a bachelor s degree in various fields from an accredited college or university, and high academic achievement. In addition, the Audit Division recruits for Information Technology Specialists and Operations Research Analysts. Depending on your education and experience, you may qualify for an entry-, mid-, or senior-level position. At the mid-level and above, education and work experience in quantitative analysis, research methodology, statistics, policy analysis, planning and evaluation techniques, and technical report writing are valuable qualifying attributes. To apply for a position with the OIG, you must be a U.S. citizen. Because you may have access to classified or sensitive information, you must undergo a background investigation and drug testing.
4 Auditor or Program Analyst OIG employees promote the effectiveness and efficiency of Department of Justice policies and programs by identifying fraud, waste, and abuse. Our staff conducts sophisticated program reviews, examinations of grant programs, financial or finance-related audits, and assessments of information technology security of Department of Justice components and activities. The work conducted by the Audit Division is complex, broad-ranging, and results-based. Through their reviews, OIG Auditors and Program Analysts gain a thorough understanding of Department of Justice components such as the FBI, DEA, BOP, USMS, ATF, and USAO. Given the diversity of potential assignments, on any given day you may find yourself working on a complex fraud audit in the BOP, reviewing classified FBI documents, or auditing financial practices in the DEA.
5 Recent work performed by Auditors and Program Analysts in the Audit Division include: Assessing the FBI s development of the Sentinel Case Management System; Examining the Terrorist Screening Center; Reviewing the DEA s controls over confidential source payments; Reviewing network computer security of Department of Justice agencies; and Examining the accountability of weapons and laptops in the FBI, ATF, DEA, BOP, and USMS. The Audit Division has field offices in seven cities throughout the country (see map below).
6 The Audit Division The Audit Division s mission is to promote efficiency and effectiveness while identifying waste, fraud, and abuse by conducting sophisticated program and financial audits of Department of Justice operations. In addition to performing independent evaluations and financial reviews of programs, activities, and functions in the Department of Justice, the Division also audits state and local governments as well as other organizations receiving Department of Justice funding. Since 2001, the Division has issued more than 100 internal audit reports on Department of Justice programs and activities. Those reports have made more than 2,200 recommendations for management improvements, have questioned program and activity costs amounting to more than $130 million, and have identified more than $35 million in funds that could be put to better use.
7 Office of the Inspector General In 1989, the OIG was created in the Department of Justice to promote economy, efficiency, and effectiveness in the Department s programs and practices. The OIG is an independent unit in the Department of Justice, a characteristic that is crucial to our ability to objectively pursue criminal and administrative misconduct, fraud, waste, and abuse, and to promote efficiency and effectiveness throughout the Department of Justice. As one of the premier federal inspector general offices, the Department of Justice OIG conducts audits, evaluations, reviews, and investigations of some of the federal government s highest profile and most important agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), U.S. Marshals Service (USMS), Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), and U.S. Attorneys Offices (USAO). Each year, our office identifies millions of dollars in wasted funds; makes recommendations to save millions of dollars more; issues audit, inspection, and special reports that contain important findings; and conducts hundreds of investigations that lead to arrests, administrative actions, and criminal prosecutions.
8 The Federal Advantage As an OIG Auditor or Program Analyst, you are eligible for a generous benefits package that can include: A competitive compensation plan; An array of health, life, and long-term care insurance programs to choose from for yourself and your family; Flexible spending accounts and employer contributions to retirement savings plans; Career development programs; Generous leave allowances and paid holidays; and Travel reimbursement and public transportation incentives. For More Information U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General Office of Human Resources 1425 New York Ave., NW Suite 7000 Washington, DC, Phone: (202) Fax: (202) On the Web: The federal government is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Department of Justice prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital or family status.
Success Through Succession: Implementing Succession Planning at the Texas Department of Insurance By Melissa Whitmore An Applied Research Project (Political Science 5397) Submitted to the Department of
MASTER OF SCIENCE PROGRAM IN HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (M.S./H.S.A.) Evelio Velis, M.D., Ph.D., Program Director PROGRAM OVERVIEW The Master of Science in Health Services Administration program (M.S./H.S.A.)
CODE OF CONDUCT Living Our Values Around The World Colgate s Code of Conduct sets forth our principles for working with each other, outside businesses, consumers, governments, local communities, and shareholders.
About DCJS The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) is a multi-function criminal justice support agency. DCJS is among the nation s leaders in developing criminal justice technologies,
U.S. Department of Justice Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Human Resources Operations Division SPECIAL AGENT INFMATIONAL PACKET BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES SPECIAL
POSITION: HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATOR () This position is located in San Rafael, CA SALARY RANGE: $80,281.50 to $97,051.50 Annual Salary + Benefits (37.5 hour workweek) (Employee pays up to 8% of salary/wage
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL CAreer Forward Advance with a respected graduate degree from UMUC. www.umuc.edu/moveforward An advanced degree opens the door to CAreer advancement Professional credentials can help
TREASURY INSPECTOR GENERAL FOR TAX ADMINISTRATION The Impact of the Frontline Leader Readiness Program on Succession Planning Should Be Determined March 15, 2011 Reference Number: 2011-10-015 This report
GAO United States Government Accountability Office Report to Congressional Requesters July 2004 GENDER ISSUES Women s Participation in the Sciences Has Increased, but Agencies Need to Do More to Ensure
Master of Business Administration The Master of Business Administration program is specifically designed for experienced business professionals and managers seeking upward career mobility or professionals
2014-2015 Academic Catalog Criminal Justice and Public Safety Criminal Justice and Public Safety Graduate Arts and Sciences Kimberly Logio, Associate Professor and Chair, Sociology Sylvia DeSantis, M.A.,
United States Government Accountability Office Report to Congressional Requesters November 2014 SSA DISABILITY BENEFITS Enhanced Policies and Management Focus Needed to Address Potential Physician-Assisted
CLINICAL PLACEMENT & THEORY HANDBOOK Clinical Program Office University of Miami School of Law 1311 Miller Drive, Suite 380A Coral Gables, FL 33146 305 284-2314 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. THE CLINICAL PROGRAM
U.S. Department of Justice United States Attorney s Office Eastern District of California Headquarters Office 501 I Street, Suite 10-100 Sacramento, CA 95814 916-554-2700 Branch Office 2500 Tulare Street,
Federal Correctional Complex Butner, North Carolina Doctoral Psychology Internship 2016/2017 Member Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers Accredited American Psychological Association
School Catalog 2015 Brighton College School Catalog 2015 Page 2 Brighton College 8777 E. Via De Ventura, Suite 300, Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Phone: (602) 212-0501 Fax: (602) 212-0502 www.brightoncollege.edu
www.louisville.edu/online Your Future. It s Happening Here. 100% Online Master of Science in Administration of Justice What s Inside... > Letter from the Department Chair 1 > About UofL 2 > Program Overview
Center for Psychological Studies Master s Programs in Counseling Policies and Procedures Handbook 2014-2015 *Supplemental to Nova Southeastern University Policy and Procedure Handbook at http://www.nova.edu/studentaffairs/forms/studenthandbook_2014-15.pdf
Jones College 2015-2016 JONES COLLEGE CATALOG 2015-2016 JONES COLLEGE CATALOG September 8, 2015 Campus 1195 Edgewood Avenue South Jacksonville, FL 32205-5372 (904) 743-1122 Corporate Offices 5353 Arlington
Degree & Certificate Catalog 2014 2015 ACADEMIC CURRICULUM & STUDENT INFORMATION www.agu.edu Preparing professionals to be strong and effective leaders in: Federal Acquisition Management Federal Government
Stephen F. Austin State University The Department of Human Services A Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE) Accredited Program Rehabilitation Counselor Education Program Revised Spring 2014 The degree
Page 2 Ms. Janna Zumbrun HHS Action Official: Team Leader, Compliance Team, OFAM/DFI Rm 11A-55 Parklawn Building 5600 Fishers Lane Rockville, Maryland 20857 Department of Health and Human Services OFFICE