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Announcement Number 12-HUDIG-026 Promotion Potential GS-14
Position Title Criminal Investigator, (Senior) Hiring Agency HUD - Office Of Inspector General
Open Period 03/29/2012 - 04/12/2012 Duty Locations 1 Vacancy in Washington, DC, US
Series/Grade GS - 1811 14 For More Info Applicant Call Center
Salary $105211.00 - $136771.00

Who May Apply
Applications will be accepted from U.S. Citizens who meet any of the categories shown under "Who May Apply."

Job Status
Full Time

Duration Appointment Permanant

Marketing Statement

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has as its primary mission the detection and deterrence of fraud, waste, and abuse in the administration of over $30 billion in Federal funds each year by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD).


Through its programs, largely carried out by thousands of approved lenders and public housing authorities throughout the United States, HUD expands housing opportunities for American families by extending such benefits as mortgage insurance and rental subsidies for qualified persons. Employees of the OIG help to ensure that HUD funds are used only for the purposes for which they are intended, thereby ensuring maximum benefit to the American public. HUD OIG is recruiting to build, sustain, and deploy a skilled, knowledgeable, diverse, and high-performing workforce to meet the current and emerging needs of government and its citizens.

Key Information Selectee is entitled to Law Enforcement Availability Pay at the rate of 25% of base pay. Click "Print Preview" to review the entire announcement before applying.

Who May Apply:

1. Current permanent HUD OIG employees with competitive status;

2. HUD OIG employees currently serving on a Veterans' Recruitment Appointment (VRA);

3. Individuals eligible for:

-the HUD OIG Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP) OR

-the HUD Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP) from the local commuting area;

This is a Federal job application system. Providing false information, creating fake IDs, or failing to answer all questions truthfully and completely may be grounds for not hiring, for disbarment from Federal employment, or for dismissal after the applicant begins work. Falsifying a Federal job application, attempting to violate the privacy of others, or attempting to compromise the operation of this system may be punishable by fine or imprisonment (US Code, Title 18, section 1001).