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Salary Range: $37,537 - $54,600 per year

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The Health and Humans Services, Office of Inspector General has been at the forefront of the nation’s efforts to fight fraud, waste, and abuse, and to improving the efficiency of more than 100 U.S Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) programs. Our vision is to drive positive change in the HHS programs and I the lives of the people served by these programs. The Office of Inspector General (OIG) for HHS fights fraud, wase, and abuse in HHS programs including Medicare, Medicaid, Healthcare Marketplaces, NIH, FDA, CDC, and more. OIG HHS is the largest Federal inspector general’s office, employing a nationwide network of auditors, investigators, attorneys, and evaluators to provide program recommendations to decision-makers, distribute educations resources to the industry and public, and investigate cases to root out fraud.

HHS has a critical preparedness and response mission: HHS protects the American people from health threats, researches emerging diseases, and mobilizes public health programs with domestic and international partners. In support of this mission, HHS offers its employees the opportunity to volunteer to become Federal Civilian Detailees and contribute their unique skills through voluntary temporary assignments to humanitarian emergencies or Departmental priorities countering new and emerging health, safety, and security threats.

Duties include but not limited to:
  • Learning and applying knowledge of the concepts and principles of accounting and, as required, auditing or examinations sufficient to do entry-level work designed to meet developmental objectives.
  • Serving as a trainee and perform various developmental audit related duties and responsibilities as assigned.
  • Participating in an audit team approach, in assisting auditors, in the conduct of work, involving systematic examination and appraisal of financial records and practices, affecting or reflecting the financial condition and operating results, of an activity within the Department.
  • Conducting activities related to the detection of fraud, waste, and abuse.