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Office of the Inspector General officers are responsible for promoting effective, efficient, and economically sound intelligence activities, and detecting and deferring fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement for all DIA elements, programs, functions, and operations. This is accomplished through conducting financial and performance audits to include annual audit of financial statements, evaluating effectiveness and efficiency of programs and operations, and conducting administrative and criminal investigations including Intelligence Oversight and management of the OIG Hotline.
IG ROLES and AUTHORITIES
Understand and demonstrate independence and objectivity in conducting OIG work and take advantage of opportunities to educate DIA officers at all levels in IG roles and authorities.
Enhance impact of oversight activities, identify risks, and inform opportunities through awareness of strategic priorities in the operational environment.
ADVANCE CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
Drive improvement through forming and embracing strategic vision, initiatives, and a culture of inclusiveness by demonstrating solution-oriented behaviors, enlisting volunteers, removing barriers, and generating success.
Use awareness of Agency and organizational priorities to compel management action through continuous education on IG roles and authorities, as well as reports and recommendations that demonstrate understanding of resource implications and achievability.
BUILD and FOSTER RELATIONSHIPS
Encourage diversity of thought, manage creative tension, and reach mutual agreement constructively to achieve established goals and sustain a positive and inclusive working environment.
The Audits specialty is responsible for conducting independent and objective audits of DIA operations. Audits provide essential accountability and transparency over Government programs and enable decision makers to improve operations, reduce costs, comply with laws and regulations, and strengthen internal controls to reduce the potential for fraud and illegal acts. The OIG initiates audits based on legal requirements, risk assessments, and input from legislators, oversight bodies, DIA leadership and officers, and the public. DIA OIG auditors generally conduct two types of audits: performance and financial statement audits. Audits cover a wide range of topics, and require auditors to develop general auditing skills including data gathering, analysis, and critical thinking, as well as subject matter expertise in areas such as contracting, information technology, and financial statements audits.
The Office of the Inspector General positions are in the National Capital Region.
DIA operates in more than 140 facilities around the world. Our Analysis Officers are stationed at a wide array of locations, including: