Office of the Inspector General (OIG) Consultant
- 131 M Street NE, Washington DC, DC, United States
EvereTech is systems integration organization that provides responsive, tailored and innovative solutions in support of mission critical missions for the Department of Defense, Intelligence and Civilian Community. Our ability to attract and retain a highly skilled workforce is noticed by EVERyone of our current and previous customers.
**Partime -averages approximately 15 hours per week. Some work is allowed to be worked remotely!**
- EvereTech is hiring a consultant to support the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of the Secretary, Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (CRCL) who requires the services of a Contractor to review Government Accountability Office (GAO) and Department of Homeland Security, Office of the Inspector General (OIG) reports on DHS for issues related to civil rights & civil liberties.
- The Contractor shall review all GAO & OIG reports directed towards CRCL and determine whether all recommendations directed towards CRCL have been implemented, or the extent to which reasons not to follow such recommendations were asserted. The Contractor shall review all GAO & OIG reports directed towards DHS Components that have civil rights and/or civil liberties (CR & CL) implications and determine whether all such CR & CL recommendations have been implemented by the Components, or the extent to which reasons not to follow such recommendations were asserted. The Contractor shall help devise the criteria for identifying what constitutes CR & CL implications and/or recommendations in GAO & OIG reports directed toward Components.
- Final deliverables will allow CRCL to determine the extent to which it has complied with, or determined appropriate reasons not to follow, any recommendations from the oversight entities, and to review Components’ compliance with CR & CL recommendations of the oversight entities. Final deliverables may also include any suggested changes in interaction and engagement between CRCL and DHS Components to improve and mature DHS Components’ compliance with CR & CL and to ensure that CR & CL issues are most efficiently and effectively addressed throughout the Department.
- Review all GAO, OIG reports and any similar oversight reports directed or related to DHS/CRCL and any responsive documents by CRCL, and determine from those documents and/or through further investigation or interviews with CRCL staff that CRCL has appropriately addressed all issues raised, or appropriately concluded that the recommendations should not be followed.
- Review all GAO, OIG reports and any similar oversight reports directed or related to DHS Components and any responsive documents by Components, and determine from those documents and/or through further investigation or interviews with appropriate staff that all CR & CL issues have been appropriately addressed by Components, or the Components appropriately concluded that the recommendations should not be followed.
- Subsequent to these projects, review the OIG report draft on DHS organizational maturity and make any recommendations that seem appropriate in light of the reviews of the oversight reports and responses by the Components of any steps CRCL should consider in order to take DHS operations regarding protection of CR & CL to the next level.
- Expert knowledge and experience in civil rights and civil liberties principles, laws, and policies in the context of government-operated programs and government-issued policies.
- Excellent strategic skills and creative vision of how to approach unique problems.
- Experience as an Office of the Inspector General (OIG) senior official in order to conduct compliance reviews.
- Experience with Federal employment and whistleblower laws.
- Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, in furtherance of the review.
- A Minimum of 5 years of experience in accomplishing aforementioned roles and responsibilities.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.