Feb. 20, 2024

Press Release: Evaluation of Sustainment Strategies for the Patriot Air Defense Systems Transferred to the Ukrainian Armed Forces (DODIG-2024-056) and Evaluation of the DoD's Sustainment Plan for Bradley, Stryker, and Abrams Armored Weapon Systems (DODIG-2024-057)

The Department of Defense Office of Inspector General released two reports on the sustainment of equipment provided to Ukraine: the “Evaluation of the DoD’s Sustainment Plan for Bradley, Stryker, and Abrams Armored Weapon Systems Transferred to the Ukrainian Armed Forces” and the “Evaluation of Sustainment Strategies for the PATRIOT Air Defense Systems Transferred to the Ukrainian Armed Forces.”

Feb. 14, 2024

Press Release: Audit of the DoD’s Oversight of Cost-Plus-Award-Fee Contracts (DODIG-2024-055)

Inspector General Robert P. Storch announced today that the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General released the “Audit of the DoD’s Oversight of Cost-Plus-Award-Fee Contracts.”

Feb. 13, 2024

Press Release: Report of Investigation: Ms. Laura M. DeSimone Senior Executive Service (DODIG-2024-049)

Inspector General Robert P. Storch announced today that the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General released the “Report of Investigation: Ms. Laura M. DeSimone, Executive Director, Missile Defense Agency.”

Feb. 12, 2024

Press Release: Evaluation of DoD Efforts to Mitigate Foreign Influence When Foreign Investors Acquire Land or Property in Close Proximity to U.S. Military Facilities

Inspector General Robert P. Storch announced today that the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General released a classified report on the “Evaluation of DoD Efforts to Mitigate Foreign Influence When Foreign Investors Acquire Land or Property in Close Proximity to U.S. Military Facilities.”

Feb. 12, 2024

Press Release: Evaluation of the U.S. European Command’s Planning and Execution of Ground Transportation of Equipment to Support Ukraine from Port to Transfer Locations (DODIG-2024-053)

Inspector General Robert P. Storch announced today that the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General released the “Evaluation of the U.S. European Command’s Planning and Execution of Ground Transportation of Equipment to Support Ukraine from Port to Transfer Locations.”

Feb. 8, 2024

Defense, State, and USAID Inspectors General Return to Kyiv

Last week, the Inspectors General and other leaders from the Offices of Inspectors General for the Department of Defense, Department of State, and U.S. Agency for International Development conducted a three-day joint trip to Kyiv, Ukraine.

Feb. 7, 2024

Press Release: Evaluation of the DoD's Implementation of the NATO Policy on Preventing and Responding to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (DODIG-2024-052)

The Department of Defense Office of Inspector General released DoD OIG Report No. DODIG-2024-052, “Evaluation of the DoD’s Implementation of the NATO Policy on Preventing and Responding to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse”

Jan. 31, 2024

Press Release: Whistleblower Reprisal Investigation U.S. Army Cyber Command Fort Belvoir, Virginia (DODIG-2024-051)

Inspector General Robert P. Storch announced today that the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General released the report, “Whistleblower Reprisal Investigation: U.S. Army Cyber Command, Fort Belvoir, Virginia.”

Jan. 29, 2024

Press Release: Evaluation of the Assessment, Monitoring, and Evaluation of Global Health Engagement Activities in USEUCOM, USINDOPACOM, and USAFRICOM (DODIG-2024-037)

Inspector General Robert P. Storch announced that the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General released the “Evaluation of the Assessment, Monitoring, and Evaluation of Global Health Engagement Activities in USINDOPACOM, USEUCOM, and USAFRICOM.”

Jan. 25, 2024

Press Release: Evaluation of the DoD’s Actions Regarding Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (DODIG-2023-109)

The DoD OIG released an unclassified summary of the previously issued classified report, “Evaluation of the DoD’s Actions Regarding Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena.”

 

Become a DCIS Investigative Analyst

DCIS Investigative Analysts

DCI investigative analysts provide analytical support for criminal and civil/administrative investigations involving companies, persons, and property affiliated with the Department of Defense (DoD) pursuant to Federal Statues and applicable DoD Directives.  DCIS focuses on the following investigative priorities:

  • Computer Intrusions & Other Cyber Crimes
  • Corruption & Financial Crimes
  • Healthcare Fraud
  • Illegal Proliferation & Theft of Critical Technologies
  • Procurement & Acquisition Fraud

General Qualification requirements

• Be a U.S. citizen
• Pass the complete applicant screening process, which includes an interview battery, drug screening, and an extensive background investigation
• Applicants are required to obtain and maintain a Top Secret security clearance.

Education and Experience

  • Experience:  At least 52 weeks of specialized experience at the GS-07 level in the Federal service or at an equivalent level.
  • Specialized experience is defined as:  work experience which includes assisting with trend analyses and statistical studies for a law enforcement organization; summarizing reports and extracting essential intelligence information to create cohesive reports for superiors, and obtaining and manipulating data from a variety of investigative databases.

OR

  • Education:  Master's, equivalent graduate degree, or two full years of progressively higher-level graduate education leading to such a degree.  LL.B., or J.D. from an accredited college or university that would otherwise substitute for specialized experience.

Responsibilities

• Analyze complex and law enforcement sensitive data from criminal investigations and operations.
• Assist DCIS Special Agents in interviews, prosecution preparation, and meetings with investigative partners.
• Collaborate with personnel from other organizations to share information and investigative analysis strategies.
• Compile criminal investigative data to discern trends or pertinent investigative case characteristics.
• Prepare trend analysis reports for dissemination to organizational components, management, and field activities.
• Provide guidance to DCIS field agents and Field Office management on investigative data and trends.

How to Apply

Please send your resume to DCIS Recruitment at DCISRecruitment@dodig.mil.  Applicants are encouraged to monitor DCIS vacancy announcements on USA JOBS.

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